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Anarchy, beauty, celebrity – Little Death Club

Bernie Dieter brings together a fierce family of cabaret and circus artists, under the Little Death Club, celebrating underground cabaret in the mainstream. Daniel Perks reviews:

The Shift of energy for Barely Methodical Troupe

Barely Methodical Troupe returns to Underbelly Circus Hub with Shift, a piece of theatrical circus that bursts with curiousity and energy. It harks back to the days of Bromance. Da...

Edinburgh 2018 Spotlight – Little Death Club

The world's biggest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe 2018, is here! Theatre editor Daniel Perks catches up with compere Bernie Dieter, bringing Little Death Club to Underbelly ...

Edinburgh 2018 Spotlight – UniverSoul Circus

The world's biggest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe 2018, is right around the corner. Theatre editor Daniel Perks catches up with the team bringing UniverSoul Circus to the Un...

Edinburgh 2018 Spotlight – Splash Test Dummies

The world's biggest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe 2018, is right around the corner. Theatre editor Daniel Perks catches up with the trio of performers bringing Splash Test D...

Edinburgh 2018 Spotlight – Tabarnak

The world's biggest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe 2018, is right around the corner. Theatre editor Daniel Perks catches up with performer Antoine Carabinier, who with Cirque...

The circus concert of Circolombia

One of the headliners of the Underbelly Festival Southbank's 10th anniversary, Circolombia promises to be a propelling force. Daniel Perks reviews this fusion of Colombian cir...

Edinburgh Review: Kin

It starts as a competition, a way for the lads to impress the girl (Nikki Rummer). Except here, she’s an authority figure – they’re trying to gain approval. Kin does not begin as t...

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...