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Richard Stamp

Richard Stamp is a freelance writer, theatre reviewer, and co-founder of reviewing website Fringe Guru. When he moved to Edinburgh in the summer of 1996, Richard discovered a latent passion for small-scale theatre - with a particular interest in site-specific and interactive work. Over the years, he's seen more than a thousand Fringe productions in Edinburgh, Brighton and elsewhere. He's the kind of person who keeps all his ticket stubs.

Reviews: 29
Other Articles: 0
ZOO Playground


Parallel storylines show depressing truths about the difference between real life and a fairytale

Sweet Novotel


A chilling true story that needs to be told

Sweet Grassmarket

Like Me

Part talk, part play, a thought-provoking primer on the pressures of social media

PQA Venues @ Riddle's Court

Suicide Pact

Heart-melting humour sweetens a challenging, life-saving tale

Pleasance Dome


Millennial allegory uses circus-like physicality to tell a familiar tale

PQA Venues @ Riddle's Court

Hitman and Her

Darkly comic two-hander offers tantalising glimpses into a shadowy world

theSpace on North Bridge


Challenging but rewarding study of one man’s withdrawal from the world

PQA Venues @ Riddle's Court


A short but promising dark comedy leaves us wanting more

Greenside @ Infirmary Street

The Castle

A promising Fringe debut with a stylish telling of Kafka’s unfinished tale