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5 Edinburgh shows featuring family members
There is a lot of family action at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Here's five shows with casts chock-full of loved ones
Harry Lloyd leads the cast of John Malkovich's Good Canary
Michael Simkins will also star in the play which transfers to the UK in September
Edinburgh review: Tell Me Anything (Summerhall)
Following their 2014 debut So It Goes, On The Run return with a show about love, hopeless devotion and growing up
Gina Beck to star in musical adaptation of The Railway Children
The new adaptation will received its premiere with a concert reading in Guildford
Edinburgh review: Heads Up (Summerhall)
Kieran Hurley's play Heads Up is a look at the world on the brink of catastrophe
Richard Madden will not return to Kenneth Branagh's Romeo and Juliet
Madden has not been able to recover from an ankle injury as quickly as hoped
Meet the cast of Crazy for You
Tom Chambers, Caroline Sheen and director Paul Hart tell us more about the production
5 minutes with: Olivia Vinall - 'The Young Chekhov trilogy is the hardest I've ever worked'
Vinall features in all three of the plays at the National, playing Sofya in Platonov, Sasha in Ivanov and Nina in The Seagull. She spoke to us about getting through the three show days at the National.
Review: Treasure Island (St Paul's Church)
Robert Louis Stevenson's novel is brought to life in the grounds of The Actors' Church
Royal Court hosts four performances of The Duke for charity
Shon Dale-Jones and Hoipolloi's new show will run in November after dates at the Unicorn Theatre