Mary Beard is an unlikely rockstar.
As one of many circus shows visiting Edinburgh this month, Sonics in
Duum has some pretty stiff competition.
It takes a hell of a lot of stage presence to pull of a one-man cabaret musical inspired by Euripides’ The Bacchae, but Hawksley Workman is certainly up to the task.
Michelangelo Drawing Blood explores the artist’s fascination with
the male form, partly inspired by his sketches for the unfinished fresco The
Battle of Cascina.
Lenka Vagnerová and Company have two shows on at this year’s Fringe, Riders and La Loba.
Marcel Vol I explores the topic of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s sex scandals, portrayed in the form of an absurdist nightmare.
Playwright and screenwriter Jeffrey Hatcher has a long career writing
historical dramas, including Stage Beauty and The Duchess.
Cirque Tsuki: Feast
plays with the old tales of 1001 Arabian
Nights, exploring multiple interlocking stories-within-stories.
Eden Gate is very
much like stepping into a post-apocalyptic sci-fi movie.
Darling Ghost is a collaboration between singer and pianist
Sheena Bernett, four woodwind musicians and two spoken word performers,
bringing what they describe as “theatrical a…
Japanese dance company LaN-T003 have been to the Fringe several times before, bringing with them an eccentric blend of video art, physical theatre and quirky slapstick.
Most of us have only ever been exposed to ice skating through the Winter
Olympics, which is kind of like living in a world where the only
readily-available form of dance is balle…
Familia de la Noche take the story of Pinocchio and turn it on its head, with the former puppet boy as
the titular “greatest liar in the world.
How to review a Fringe show whose cast kidnaps and threatens a theatre critic at gunpoint? Will any positive comments be interpreted as surrendering to the demands of terrorists? W…
You know that scene in every crime show ever, when the police finally
show up at the serial killer’s lair to find a treasure trove of strange, coded
messages pinned to the wall…
With over 3000 shows descending on Edinburgh this month, the city is attempting to squeeze a Fringe venue out of every possible space available.
Too Much Light Makes The
Baby Go Blind has been running in various iterations since 1988, with an
ever-changing roster of extremely short “plays.
One of the perils of confessional theatre is that you may end up paying to witness someone airing their dirty laundry.
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