Edinburgh’s August festivals announce the cancellation of all five major festivals set to take place in the Scottish capital
A comical, charming evening of Chekhov’s short stories
As the Scottish Government restricts gatherings of over 500 people, theatres begin to cancel and postpone events
A charming piece of puppetry brimming with childlike wonder
An eccentric and engrossing piece of theatre that gives a voice back to the trans community
Devilish comedy with great potential
Topical tapas are on the menu in this festive hour of comedy
groupwork excel in this thrilling and deeply unsettling debut performance
Witty Wookey has a promising musical comedy debut
Harrowing experiences of war and displacement are relived by Glasgow’s Syrian community
An evocative evening of dance that is unflinching in its force and passion
A surreal and underwhelming 90 minutes of interpretative dance
Half a String brings an inspiring, hopeful and masterful performance
Byrne is as self-deprecating and cynical as ever in this hilarious hour of comedy about raising his kids
Mesmerising vocals make for an enchanting hour of song and storytelling
A riveting piece of theatre featuring two phenomenal performances
A raw and heartfelt conversation about suicide and grief
Mara Menzies gifts us with her storyteller finesse once again
Excellent physical theatre on asylum and human resilience
A sublime and enrapturing adaptation of Arthur Miller’s drama
A sedate and underwhelming portrayal of the NHS’s mental health services
Hysteria and hilarity are in abundance in Nina Segal’s tragicomedy about conspiracy.
A class group project explores the dangerous repercussions of a collective identity.
Mollie Semple shines in this solo piece about loneliness and learning to love yourself.