Finnish playwright Kaisa Lundan explores how illness can take its toll on loved ones.
Starcatchers’ children’s show is touching and tender
A neat premise for a show that’s imaginatively executed.
A daring take on the infantilisation of women.
Topical theatre from young Californian company visiting the Fringe for the first time
A thoughtful, compellingly magnetic piece from Volcano Theatre.
Part poetry, part rap, part song from the multi-talented Belle Jones.
Feeling peckish round the Fringe? Claire Wood offers some ideas for places to take a pit stop.
Koleka Putuma’s play is a piece of joyously vibrant South African theatre
New International Encounter bring inventive, harrowing, and heartbreaking theatre to the Edinburgh International Children’s Festival.
Playwright, poet and magician, the Scots-Italian boggles the mind at MagicFest.
Art, artistry and captivating magic from Magic Circle award-winner
Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group are now casting for two shows about gender roles.
Bohemians Lyric Opera’s 80s revival will leave your feet tapping
Comedy with teeth, balls and heart from Mark Thomas
Edinburgh Footlights’ wannabe starlets’ first night lacks polish
Cast reshuffle may take time to gel, but what a feeling!
Lyrical, sensual, spectacular dance.
Beautiful and brilliantly timely exploration of the end of life
Hiphop with smarts.
Britain’s longest established contemporary dance company excels itself.
Revived 1948 play errs to melodrama, but offers stunning staging
Heart-warming soul-searching from the brilliantly, captivatingly, bonkers Jamie Wood
A fast-paced bitingly sharp satire of modern day America