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Edinburgh Review: Part of the Picture

The Piper Alpha was the biggest oil platform in the North Sea on the day it exploded. It is still the worst oil disaster in history in terms of lives lost. Jim (Ross McKinnon) and ...

Edinburgh Review: Whore: A Kid’s Play

A play about growing up with shocking adult language, Whore: A Kid’s Play throws into perspective the increasing desire for children to become adults before their time. To be prett...

Edinburgh Review: A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad)

In case anyone is in doubt, this is a happy show about depression. Sally (Madeleine MacMahon) and the cast go to great pains to remind us that it may be an illness, but it can stil...

Edinburgh Review: Bare Skin On Briny Waters

Isobel Rogers gently plays acoustic guitar, a serene and flowing background for Maureen Lennon and Tabitha Mortiboy’s story. It starts with a feeling in your stomach, a gut-churnin...

Edinburgh Review: On This Side of Time

The exploration of time is an expansive theme – like the core material itself, an interpretation of time can be open to many possibilities. PosleSlov Theatre Company add their vers...

Edinburgh Review: Fix

If you do something you like, your body rewards you. Dopamine and serotonin flood your neurological pathways and impart a feeling of pleasure. It’s a good feeling that can have neg...

Edinburgh Review: Notflix

Improvised theatre is a staple of the Edinburgh Fringe, so what makes Notflix different? Well, they’re a group of female, musical comedians (with the exception of their talented pi...

Edinburgh Review: Hot Brown Honey

The hive bursts forth and out pour the Hot Brown Honey bees. They’re fierce and aggressive and they mean business. Don’t anyone try and steal their sweet nectar, it is not for you ...

Edinburgh Review: Brutal Cessation

Lydia Larson is instantly dismissive of boyfriend Alan Mahon. This is going to sound like a somewhat misogynistic statement, but it’s as though she is behaving in a traditionally m...

Edinburgh Review: Your Ever Loving

The Guildford 4, Irish terrorists that set off bombs in the 1970s at the height of the IRA war on terror with England. Paul Hill (Stefan McCusker) is convicted, found guilty and se...