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Growing up in Kat Woods’ Killymuck estate

Kat Woods' Killymuck paints a futile, bleak picture of life on the Killymuck estate in the 1970s, as the class system becomes ever wider. Sound familiar? Maybe nothing much ha...

Anarchy, beauty, celebrity – Little Death Club

Bernie Dieter brings together a fierce family of cabaret and circus artists, under the Little Death Club, celebrating underground cabaret in the mainstream. Daniel Perks reviews:

One night out, One Life Stand for Middle Child

Middle Child return to Edinburgh with their latest production - Eve Nicol's debut, One Life Stand. It's a complex painting of a typical cosmopolitan night out. Daniel Per...

Not stripped down, but dressed. by Higginson

This real-life quartet of friends perform Lydia Higginson's personal account of being stripped at gun point in dressed. - a complex collaboration. Daniel Perks reviews:

The Shift of energy for Barely Methodical Troupe

Barely Methodical Troupe returns to Underbelly Circus Hub with Shift, a piece of theatrical circus that bursts with curiousity and energy. It harks back to the days of Bromance. Da...

The Trojan Horse inquiry, radicalisation in Birmingham

Trojan Horse is one of the bravest pieces of theatre to grace the Edinburgh Fringe in 2018. Jonathan Penney explains why:

The anger, being stuck in a small Island Town

In a small Island Town, there is no escape. Simon Longman's play capitalises on the neverending cycle of rage and angst. Until one teenager tries to break the cycle. Daniel Pe...