Intelligent, thought-provoking dance at Summerhall reflects on what we have made of our world
A musical translation of the sentiments of the conscientious objectors of World War I
A hop, skip and a jump at Edinburgh’s City Chambers as part of the Made in Scotland Showcase
Joseph Lee Wai-Nang questions the very nature of dance performance.
Based on the choreographer’s own DNA, but lacks a sense of humanity
Poetry of remarkable Scots women delights at Edinburgh International Book Festival
One of many joyful Muriel Spark events at Book Festival
BHP Comics and 404 Ink launch an important comic book anthology.
Site-specific performance at the Anatomical Museum needs tighter direction
Disappointingly undeveloped new work at Dance Base
Inventive, obsessive modern dance from Israel’s L-E-V Dance at the King’s
A joyous musical show at the Just Festival at St Johns.
Marcus and Wilhelm bring fun and farce to the Fringe.
Skilful contemporary dance with a serious theme.
ClartyBurd Theatre Company gie it laldy in a celebration of Leith and the people at its heart.
Varying contemporary dance solos about trauma at Dance Base
Angry and amusing rants about everyday bigotry tip towards therapy.
Pure choreography – Australia meets Scotland in stimulating and thought-provoking Dance Base show.
A dance of friendships made and broken for children.
Whimsical children’s performer delights at Dance Base.
Museums, revolutionaries, and curating the Revolting Women series at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
A century of pioneering women depicted in a vivid graphic anthology.
New English translation recreates dreamlike imagery in German poetry collection.
Comsummate direction by Granik and self-possessed, affecting performances by the leading pair.