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Edinburgh Review: All We Ever Wanted Was Everything

The concert kicks off, Marc Graham as lead vocalist and narrator of All We Ever Wanted Was Everything. It begins to follow the format for Blood Brothers – a working class backgroun...

Edinburgh Review: Dust

It starts with the end; it ends realising that nothing is final, but simply a reminder of everything you’ve missed. Milly Thomas writes and performs Dust from the perspective of th...

Edinburgh Review: The Unmarried

Luna (Lauren Gauge) is visceral and raw and ready to party. Dance a lot, drink a lot, shag a lot – who cares when you’re young. She has that stereotypically manly attitude, “You’re...

Edinburgh Review: Denim The World Tour

This is not Wembley – there are not tens of thousands of people in the audience. But don’t tell the Denim crew, they are convinced this is just another stop on the world tour. Head...

Edinburgh Review: Secret Life of Humans

The concept of performance is an inherently man-made construct. So are the pretences of certain realities that we as humans have chosen to adopt and mandated ourselves to live by –...

Edinburgh Review: The Delights of Dogs and the Problems of People

From the start, it is apparent that James (Duncan Wilkins) is in some kind of trouble with wife Ros (Rosalind Blessed) – he’s guiltily cooking her an anniversary meal to celebrate ...

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...

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...