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Edinburgh Review: The Believers Are But Brothers

We keep our phones on loud throughout this performance and they ping constantly – messages on Whatsapp, on emails; notifications from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Pinter...

Edinburgh Review: The Toxic Avenger

Originally created by Tony Award-winning Joe DiPietro and David Bryan, a founding member of Bon Jovi, The Toxic Avenger is the slickest and most put-together show so far seen at th...

Edinburgh Review: This Is Not Culturally Significant

The shock factor bubbles down to nervous laughter when Adam Scott-Rowley takes to the stage, completely naked as a masturbating webcam porn star – This Is Not Culturally Significan...

Edinburgh Review: Box Clever

We start with a clown suit and the song Tears of a Clown – not the strongest opening. But as Box Clever develops, the juxtaposition of the childlike innocence that a clown (Avi Sim...

Edinburgh Review: Fag/ Stag

Chris Issacs and Jeffrey Jay Fowler, of Perth theatre company The Last Great Hunt, present Fag/Stag, a story following the everyday lives of two best friends, Jimmy and Corgan. Bot...

Edinburgh Review: How To Win Against History

Henry Cyril Paget, the 5th Marquess of Anglesey, lives a lavish and fabulous life… until the age of twenty-nine where he retires to Monte Carlo, dies from “some sort of lung thing”...

Edinburgh Review: Rose Matafeo: Sassy Best Friend

Twenty-five-year-old New Zealander, Rose Matafeo, loves a good rom-com but doesn’t see herself in the leading lady role. Instead she relates to the sidekick, the Sassy Best Friend....

Edinburgh Review: Losing Days

This is acoustic gig theatre – two guys, a bunch of instruments and humility & respect for the story they are telling. Lead singer Sam Underwood gives an emotional, autobiograp...

Edinburgh Review: Paris De Nuit

Parisienne vintage meets German underground cabaret in Paris De Nuit. Company Recirquel's performers are sultry and sexy – high-end, stylised characters that add sophistication to ...

Edinburgh Review: Kin

It starts as a competition, a way for the lads to impress the girl (Nikki Rummer). Except here, she’s an authority figure – they’re trying to gain approval. Kin does not begin as t...