A never-ending cycle of addiction, recovery and relapse, Charlotte Josephine's Pops is a cleverly grounded piece of familial theatre. Daniel Perks reviews:
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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:
Another of the HighTide Disruption season, with fond memories of friends gone by in Teddy Lamb's Since U Been Gone. They dance to noughties pop and sadly remenisce. Daniel Per...
Part of HighTide's Disruption programme, Margaret Perry's Collapsible sees a young woman slowly disconnecting from those around her. Daniel Perks reviews:
If an affair becomes a comfortable fantasy, how do you react when reality sets in? Rust skims the surface and hints and deeper complexity. Daniel Perks reviews:
The world's biggest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe 2018, is here! We catch up with writer & performer Kate Kennedy, bringing Hunch to this year's festival:
New musical Thor & Loki puts warring siblings together in order to save the world. Does it have that superhero magic? Jonathan Penney reviews:
The world's biggest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe 2018, is right around the corner. Theatre editor Daniel Perks catches up with writer & performer Lolly Jones, who is bringi...