A measured performance which is well worth getting soaked for!
Rouge redefines what circus is and should be
Stunning, all-enveloping and unmissable
One of the most stunning productions ever put on a stage
Tatwood Puppets present marionettery like no other, with a Bohemian score and Czech-style wooden puppets
Early stage burlesque performers are not ready to showcase their work in this way
Talented performer offers muddled message
A good and entertaining Lloyd-Webber adaptation from Captivate Theatre
Tablespoon Theatre’s excellent ensemble teen drama offers beautifully crafted dialogue
Strobe lights, smoke machines, bad language, bare bums
A pleasant hour of, albeit nerdy, fun
A theatrical tour de force which redefines the possibilities for one-man-shows for all Fringes to come
Sloppy production values make a disappointing dance show
Stunning and explosive mixture of spoken word storytelling and circus skills, physical theatre, illusion and magic
A fun night like no other
Despite some startling images and set pieces there is no discernible narrative, either actual or abstract
Scottish Magician of the Year proves why he deserves the title
Pure theatre, pure Carroll and pure dead brilliant.
Set in a fictional eighties’ London, McEwan’s often torturous tale winds its tedious way around the moral dilemmas surrounding artificial intelligence.
Despite the home crowd’s generous applause, far from impressive.
Promising youngsters let down by some uninspired choreography
Exhibition part of Collective Gallery’s Satellites Programme
Laura Wilde is beyond breathtaking in new Scottish Opera production of 1921 Czech melodrama
Norwegian evokes the surrealism of Hieronymus Bosch in this subtle, avant-garde album