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Becca Inglis


Becca is a books, theatre, and festivals enthusiast who currently freelances as an arts marketer and writer in Edinburgh. From 2017-2018, she was The Wee Review's Books Editor.

Reviews: 47
Other Articles: 4
Traverse Theatre

Make A HOO

Physical theatre works with pre-recorded sounds from the Sri Lankan forest to explore our complex relationship with nature.

Traverse Theatre

The Island

Platform Young Company Ensemble tap into contemporary fears with post-apocalyptic drama.

Traverse Theatre


Tron Young Company takes a cynical look at efforts to end all war and how people are drawn into conflict.

10 Years of Akala

Akala marks ten years of shining a light on rap music, social inequality, and neo-colonialism.

Traverse Theatre

Breaking the Ice

A farcical satire of bureaucrats and diplomats against the backdrop of a political struggle over the Arctic.

The Stand, Edinburgh

Poetry Can F*ck Off

A galvanizing spoken word performance that celebrates poetry’s power to move, delight, and challenge.


Sacré Blue

A gentle and uplifting take on anxiety that reassures sufferers they are not alone.

Underbelly Cowgate

Exactly Like You

The ghost of Nina Simone helps a girl grieve for her grandmother in this deeply moving one-woman show.

Assembly George Square Theatre


An anarchic and comic look at Britain’s hybrid identity with a punk rock edge.

Pleasance Dome


An innovative example of cross-disciplinary arts that will appeal as much to fans of electronic music as of live theatre.

Dan SImpson

Digital at the Fringe

With a second digital revolution on the horizon, artists at the Fringe will explore humanity’s relationship with technology.


Frankenstein at the Fringe

200 years after the book was first imagined, we walk you through some of the adaptations of Frankenstein coming to the Fringe.


Interview: Marta Mari

Asylon Theatre’s artistic director Marta Mari talks about 24 Hour Plays Edinburgh and how it might relate to the wider theatre industry.


Heroes Theatre combines punk rock drumming with narrative poetry to tell a powerful story about young girls in the music industry.


Magnetic North’s meditative play about living “deliberately” enjoys a revival eight years after its debut.