A quiet and heartbreaking tale about childhood friendship against a backdrop of fear and uncertainty. Maggie Kelly reviews Bobby & Amy:
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A disappointingly thin analysis of female victimhood by the Charlie Hartill Theatre Reserve Award winners for 2019. Maggie Kelly reviews Bible John:
Cut The Cord Theatre's I Run charts a father, who pounds the pavement to escape his grief. Can he outrun the pain? Maggie Kelly reviews:
A return to classic slapstick fun, Fishbowl is driven by its impressive set design and strong comedic timing, even if the narrative gets lost among it all. Katherine Knight reviews...
This isn’t The War of the Worlds that many will know and love. But with slick execution and an eerily relevant script, the aliens prove to be the least unnerving enemy within this ...
Katherine Knight attempts to grapple with the latest offering from YESYESNONO, an experimental multimedia piece that seemingly defies explanation. The Accident Did Not Take Place:
The infamous Yorkshire Ripper, eventually caught after a manhunt lasting years. Maggie Kelly reviews The Incident Room, the control room for the bumbling police investigation:
Jayzus. Talk about a dysfunctional family play with humor and heart. Maggie Kelly reviews The Last Of The Pelican Daughters at Pleasance Courtyard:
Liz Richardson's Swim highlights the refreshing and ever-growing discipline of wild swimming. She takes two theatremakers on their first dip into the icy waters. Daniel Perks ...
The world's biggest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe 2018, is here! We catch up with performer Pip Barclay, bringing Freeman to this year's festival: