Tag: Traverse


Edinburgh Fringe 2013 Awards round-up - who won what?
By Editorial Staff · 27 Aug 2013 · Scotland
Nirbhaya at Assembly Hall was a multiple award winner The Scotsman Fringe First AwardsWeek One: Feral (Summerhall) Grounded (Traverse) ...
Brand New Ancients (Edinburgh Fringe)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 24 Aug 2013 · Scotland
Kate Tempest is a rapper, poet, playwright and performer. Here she performs Brand New Ancients, which is one of the most astonishing pieces of work that I've ever encountered.Wearing ...
Latest Fringe Firsts include Waller-Bridge's Fleabag and Ridley's Dark Vanilla Jungle
By Editorial Staff · 16 Aug 2013 · Scotland
Six more winners of The Scotsman‘s prestigious Fringe First awards have been announced in Edinburgh.Now in their 40th year, the Fringe Firsts are the longest running theatre awards ...
Christopher Haydon: My first Edinburgh Fringe
By Guest Contributor · 9 Aug 2013 · Scotland
Christopher Haydon It's the last day of the festival. It must be the year 2000 – or maybe 2001? I am sat on top of Arthur's Seat and am looking down on the city. I'm f**ked. We - my ...
Traverse dominates first round of Edinburgh Fringe Firsts
By Editorial Staff · 9 Aug 2013 · Scotland
The Traverse has dominated the first round of Fringe Firsts in Edinburgh, picking up four of the eight awards. The Traverse Theatre The awards, given annually by The Scotsman ...
Michael Coveney: No laughing matters, with jokes, in Edinburgh
By Michael Coveney · 6 Aug 2013 · Scotland
There are five star reviews all round for Grounded at the Traverse, Nirbhaya at the Assembly Hall - and for my old friend Gyles Brandreth at the PLeasance Courtyard. Which ...
Quietly (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Michael Coveney · 5 Aug 2013 · Scotland
We are in a fully-stocked, under-populated bar with a couple of men, one regular, one visiting, both haunted by the past with stories to tell.No it's not Conor McPherson's The Wei
The Events (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Michael Coveney · 5 Aug 2013 · Scotland
Neve McIntosh and Magnus Gilljam in The Events This is a fiendishly brilliant new play by David Greig, fresh from writing the new libretto for Charlie and t
Cadre (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Michael Coveney · 5 Aug 2013 · Scotland
The short sharp shock of Omphile Molusi's new play from the Market Theatre of Johannesburg is that nothing is much better about living in South Africa if your skin's black.The legacy ...
Have I No Mouth (Edinburgh Fringe)
By Michael Coveney · 5 Aug 2013 · Scotland
This gruesomely raw and personal account of love, death, loss and therapy from Irish company Brokentalkers is a very good example of how not to convert real life tragedy into its ...

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