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
An exhibition by American photographer and artist
This production has yet to find its feet and grasp MacRae and Welsh’s creation and give it wings.
Multi-layered musical production let down by dull visuals and duller stage presence
The classic (and at times clunky) Verdi standby is given a new lease of life.
An exuberant cast ooze body positivity in this entertaining production.
Dance and movement is fantastic, but is dragged down by dialogue
Rocher and Liermann must be some of the most talented physical comedians at this year’s Fringe but editing is needed
This is a ‘notebook’ piece that should perhaps have been kept for Ima Iduozee’s own personal workshop.
A melange of beautifully designed soundscapes and songs.
There is talent here – lots of it – but the show lacks direction.
The Chang brothers herald a bright new future for dance at the Fringe with their innovative and highly entertaining performance.
Exuberant cabaret theatre that makes bubbles do things they’ve never done before.
Multi-faceted performer talks about what makes her tick ahead of a range of Fringe dates.