Charmingly playful book set on Mull amidst one of the worst snow storms in memory…
Well-curated collection captures the current mood of uncertainty
Mark Gattis shines in the National Theatre’s production of Alan Bennett’s lauded work
Focusing on ‘Britain’s barbarous empire’ and its various tentacles, this is a wide ranging dive into the world of historical fiction.
A fascinating exploration of emotion, and how it shapes our past and present.
The closing act to Edinburgh’s Magicfest proves a delight in six acts.
We caught up with Monstrous Regiment to chat books, bisexuality and brilliant puns.
Globe trotting on a wonderfully small scale – we catch up with Patrick Barkham to discuss his latest book, Islander.
A celebration of the huge variety of animation in music videos
Scottish Ballet return with their acclaimed retelling of a festive favourite.
A visually stunning performance, let down by an underdeveloped concept.
A stunning adaptation of a dark, meaty slice of Dickens.
The first Fringe outing of the all-new female Handlebards is a triumph.
A gorgeous setting and lovingly executed, this is a show slightly limited by its own premise.
The Iron Lady returns to rule Saturday night.
A one of a kind Shakespearian farce
A dashing tale of intrigue, adventure and secrets, effectively adapted.
A consistently funny performance, from a master of the craft
An entertaining mash-up of The Invisible Man meets 40s noir drama.
One of the best modern interpretations of Shakespeare returns to the Fringe with double the fun.
A fun and very physical adaptation from the renowned French writer.
A charming idea, let down by poor production choices and an indistinct narrative.
An improvised hour of hilarious suspicion, improbable weapons and raucous laughter.
A bold experiment from a dancer at the top of her game.