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Edinburgh Review: Offside

“When that whistle blows, I’m alive”. It’s the rush of adrenaline that comes with such ferocious competition. Keeley (Jessica Butcher) and Mickey (Tanya-Loretta Dee) are playing to...

Edinburgh Review: Harry

Freshers Caitlin McEwan and Sophie McQuillan share a room (and then a house) at university. Both are immature, giggly and irritating – stereotypical 18-year-olds. We were all those...

Edinburgh Review: Humans

Before the show even starts, the members of Circa are on stage, undressing and chatting and swapping clothes. It’s instantly natural and familiar, a relationship that pervades thro...

Cultivating Creative Communities, Introducing: The Delta Collective

The Delta Collective are not your ordinary theatre company. In addition to creating their own work, their mission is to cultivate new creative communities. Josh Brown, caught up wi...

Edinburgh Review: Moonlight After Midnight

It starts as a stereotypical, uninspirational story of a prostitute meeting a married man late at night in a hotel room. But don’t judge a book by its cover – Moonlight After Midni...