In category: Edinburgh Fringe: Review
Ireland’s award-winning CoisCéim Dance Theatre embrace spontaneity with a multi-layered exploration of non-verbal communication. Josephine Balfour-Oatts reviews Body Language:
Reimagining the classic Greek tragedy for a common audience, Robert Icke brings Oedipus to the Edinburgh stage. Maggie Kelly reviews this modern piece of political commentary:
You and I is an ambitious undertaking and promises something greater – a sci-fi musical that keeps human relationship at its core. Katherine Knight reviews:
A new musical at the Fringe which handles its difficult material and constraints well – a pleasant morning performance. Katherine Knight reviews The Art Of Skipping:
Although it strays from the intended realism, it's all the better for it - Daphne, or Hellfire ends as an effective parable likely to haunt its audience for some time after. K...
Sh!t Theatre’s new show reeks of rum, hangovers and corruption, mainly because they Drink Rum With Expats. Maggie Kelly reviews, over a drink:
Jayzus. Talk about a dysfunctional family play with humor and heart. Maggie Kelly reviews The Last Of The Pelican Daughters at Pleasance Courtyard:
A decision between career and kids, Raven grabs you where it hurts, twists until you bleed and then showers you with love afterwards. Stupendous work according to Maggie Kelly:
Internationally acclaimed circus duo Nikki & JD take Edinburgh by storm with Knot, an exploration of LGBTQIA+ identity and the roots of their companionship. Josephine Balfour-Oatts...
Mika Johnson's Pink Lemonade is a powerful fusion of spoken word and narrative, navigating queer life and falling for the cis-het stereotype. Daniel Perks can empathise: