Hotter is a stellar exploration of the body, intimacy and what makes all of us feel hot.
Looking past the sweltering hot and humid room that the Laugh Train Comedy Showcase takes place in, this show is enjoyable enough for a night out.
Arm is the spooky exploration of junkyard puppetry you never thought you wanted.
A decidedly younger and ‘hipper’ crowd gathered around a small table at the centre of The C Royale stage.
Joanne Ryan’s ode to motherhood, Eggsistentialism, is emotionally poignant and amusingly informative.
Tucked away in a decently sized room at the beautiful venue of Summerhall, Eaten stars Mamoru Iriguchi as both Mamoru, Lionel the Lion, and, believe it or not, Dr.
Shoko Seki: Deadline is a part-choreographed, part-improvised solo dance piece that explores the Japanese phenomenon of Karuoshi; Seki stressfully dances through the various stages…
No Show is perhaps the perfect show: one that claims to be nothing at all.
A Gym Thing is narrated by Will, a person obsessed with his body, for whom staying in shape becomes a kind of unpaid profession.
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