After two years interviewing young carers in Salford, LUNG Theatre present Who Cares - a searing portrayal of teenagers lost in the system. Daniel Perks reviews:
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Before the Revolution, despite its simplicity, proves a poignant and reflective discussion of how miniscule causes lead up to a great event. Katherine Knight reviews:
Die! Die! Die! Old People Die! A moth-eaten clown show that, while amusing, has something rather cruel about it. Maggie Kelly reviews:
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:
Daniel Hellmann is Traumboy and Anne Welenc is Traumgirl. Each give a male and female perspective into the lives of sex workers. Daniel Perks reviews both shows, playing alternate ...
A charmingly clever lo-fi adventure about things that go buzz in the night, Tröll brings puppetry to Summerhall. Maggie Kelly reviews:
A show by Zoe Ní Riordáin about love and losing people with some shattering points among electric guitar chords. Maggie Kelly reviews Everything I Do:
Middle Child return to Edinburgh with their latest production - Eve Nicol's debut, One Life Stand. It's a complex painting of a typical cosmopolitan night out. Daniel Per...
The world's biggest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe 2018, is here! We catch up with performer Eva Steele, bringing The Political History of Smack and Crack to this year's...
Trojan Horse is one of the bravest pieces of theatre to grace the Edinburgh Fringe in 2018. Jonathan Penney explains why: