Emma Lawson

Emma grew up on Orkney and didn’t attend a proper gig until she was 18 - she’s been trying to make up for it since. A literature postgrad, she’s worked in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Berlin, but somehow always manages to be hanging around for Fringe.
31 articles

The Tiger Who Came to Tea

An entertaining choice for children, even if Kerr's magically surreal atmosphere doesn't translate to the stage.

26 August 2015

The Worry Monster

A creative and charming look at mental illness and the power of the imagination.

19 August 2015

Figments and Dust

Sheep Theatre present a well-executed hour of oral storytelling.

15 August 2015

Shit Girlfriend

Laura Kidd's show is an gentle blend of amusing anecdotes and beautifully crafted songs.

15 August 2015

Jessie Cave: I Loved Her

The first half of Cave's show is brilliantly chaotic - hopefully the second half will be the same.

13 August 2015

Dead Man's Cell Phone

A deeply strange play has a sense of unpredictability that makes it both disjointed and compelling.

11 August 2015