Nighy never disappoints in a vehicle that’s thought-provoking if not hugely exciting.
A lone sailor encounters a sinking trawler, making her accept she’s more alone than she thought.
Coogan and Reilly’s relationship lacks chemistry till the final half hour, in an otherwise amusing and well acted piece.
A well-rounded piece on sexuality and repression in the confines of an orthodox community.
Stott and Stewart smash it yet again in this year’s panto offering from the King’s Theatre.
Adrian Edmondson brings some laughs to what is otherwise a dull piece.
Nebli Basani shines in this funny and enlightening piece exploring the realities of asylum and EU migration.
Hilarious modern Scottish farce makes for perfect lunchtime theatre
We have a look at the terrific improv shows taking place throughout the Fringe.
Kevin Quantum’s superb act is the highlight of Magic Fest 2018’s launch weekend
James Graham’s critically acclaimed drama-comedy comes to the Festival Theatre filled with political satire and contemporary parallels.
A warming story of teenage angst and discovery, beautifully told.
Spielberg, Hanks and Streep unite in this important story of poisonous presidential lies.
A doomed, depressing and often two-dimensional tale saved by Firth and the sea.
A musical tale with rousing group numbers and a notably strong portrayal of Burns’ wife.
The gripping story of days that would irrevocably change history.
A musical story of adventure and redemption, calibrated for little ones.
Our resident improv Queen takes a look at Edinburgh’s burgeoning scene.
A hilarious, touching celebration of femininity and ageing with an important message.
A pensive exploration of the effect of disagreement on key relational bonds.
Funny and emotive two-hander, exploring a woman’s struggle with a phobia and its consequent effect on her marriage.
A high-end comedy night with a well-balanced line-up.
Well-written and amusing, but basic in staging and performance.
An unusual musical with original Scottish tunes.