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At The Fringe 2018

All the latest from this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival

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RADA Festival 2018

Over 70 events which celebrate theatre & its relationship with the arts
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RADA Festival 2018 Spotlight – HAMM

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RADA Festival 2018 Spotlight – Freight

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RADA Festival 2018 Spotlight – Salt

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RADA Festival 2018 Spotlight – Thrown

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RADA Festival 2018 Spotlight – Anna-Liisa

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RADA Festival 2018 Spotlight – JOY – a post coitus concert

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RADA Festival 2018 Spotlight – Portrait

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RADA Festival 2018 Spotlight – From Deadpan To Bedpan

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RADA Festival 2018 Spotlight – Nor Woman Neither

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RADA Festival 2018 Spotlight – Hear My Soul Speak

Latest Reviews

Design | Film & TV | Music | Theatre

Pigspurt’s Daughter – A warm tribute fascinated with the nature of storytelling

Having grown up repeatedly watching her father Ken Campbell’s one-man shows, Daisy Campbell is now marking the 10 year anniversary of her dad’s death with a Campbellian monologue o...

Alkaline – A tense exchange of opposing values and difficult truths

Tom Preston heads to the Park Theatre for the ​world premiere of Alkaline by Stephanie Martin and directed by Sarah Meadows.

Review – Hotel Artemis

Hotel Artemis is a confused comedy-thriller that lacks a coherent story but still delivers a blood-lust quenching gut-punch of dystopian violence porn.

Miss Littlewood Review – RSC

‘Marrying pathos with panache’, ‘Miss Littlewood’ is a sparkling, joyful production with moments of real poignancy. Sam Kenyon’s creation is a must-see moving tribute to the immens...

A new gay musical – GUY searching for a soulmate

A new musical by leoe&hyde about searching for a soulmate in the modern gay world. Nicole Acquah reviews GUY: A New Musical

Lovecraft (Not the sex shop in Cardiff)

A real, frank look at love, with a cwtch in the middle, Carys Eleri's Lovecraft is not (directly) about the sex shop in Cardiff. Emily Garside reviews:

A fiery, near-reality dystopia – quarantined Beirut

An AIDS-like disease has plagued the nation in a near-reality future. Alan Bowne's consequential commentary Beirut looks at the fallout of such quarantine:

Sundance Film Festival: London

Miro's latest reviews from this year's Sundance in London
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Review – Eighth Grade

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Review – Hereditary

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Review – Generation Wealth

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Review – Never Goin’ Back

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Review – Yardie

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