An eighteenth century romantic parlor comedy in an eighteenth century parlor.
That simple word opens up many possibilities throughout your solo journey through You Once Said Yes.
From the second you are given a clean suit and goggles to don, you know this will not be your average Fringe show.
The moments when you grow up, some may be small, others massive.
One of the most fascinating aspects of Greek drama is the ability for modern theatre artists to freely interpret it.
An exploration of the concept of lucid dreams, this new play has a lot of meat on the bone.
Last year on my final weekend at the Fringe, a friend of mine met a local man at the Silent Disco, started snogging him, and then eventually started to date him.
The history of Edinburgh opens up so many opportunities for brilliant site specific work, which is rarely properly realised.
What starts out with Shoko Ito charmingly asking the audience if they love someone with Japanese pop songs gently wafting into their ears quickly devolves into a series of dreamsca…
Less a piece of theatre, and more a very interesting tandem lecture about football, politics, and family all cornering around the 1976 Olympic Football match between Poland and Ira…
A soundscape of a woman’s voice layered over itself plays while a woman sits in a red light.
Upon entering the space, a performer is forcefully reciting poetry while two men in black hoods silently watch on.
‘What is the nature of Prosperos power?’ That was a question posed to a bright faced class of theatrical designers during a discussion of The Tempest.
Andreas Grassl is the piano man who washed up in Kent.
What starts off promisingly as a suspenseful yarn about a man trapped by some odd psychiatric cult (which seems to resemble Scientology in more ways than comfortable), devolves to …
Belt Ups interactive oeuvre is kind of perfect for childrens theatre.
Our history, and what wed wish our history to be.
A nightmare that no one can wake up from, delving deeper and deeper into surreality.
A hypnotic, atmospheric, environmental sculpture.
Every year theres about three or five Fringe shows that feel like they could open up on the West End tomorrow and do fine.
A neighborhood boy getting killed at an intersection.
From the time you enter Vittoria, an Italian restaurant in New Town, you are greeted and accosted by a group of actors attempting to sound Italian.
Mad Mary is a tough nosed, hard living, uncompromising girl trapped in a small town in Ireland who needs a date for a friends wedding.
A young, game troupe telling a simple tale with some inventive staging makes for an enchanting bed time story.
A fort, a spaceship, a submarine, a bus; four things a large box can be in the mind of a child.
Assisted suicide, euthanasia, murder.
In the Fringe guide, there is a lot of theatre which claims interactivity.
A boy tossed through the revolving door of foster homes and department of family services.
The loneliness of being a lighthouse keeper, even if you have a partner, would drive a person mad.
A play about an allotment, in an allotment, drowning in metaphor with Beckettian transitions.
Less a play, and more a very well curated group installation exhibition, Power Plant should mesmerize even the most callous of cynics.
You enter a gym, before long, a man with fists of fury enters, training, punching, sprinting, bearing his soul.
The first time encountering civilisation.
As audience members, we are trained to see and hear, but what if you take away one of those senses.
Oh! Youre too old! Dont let Peter see you! That was gently whispered in my ear as I entered the space for this choppy adaptation of Peter Pan.
Cardinal sin number one of site specific theatre: Picking the wrong site! Despite the fact that Hotel Nowhere actually takes place in a hotel, and the fact that B.
Upon entering their den just off the Cowgate, the cast of Wolf are howling, sniffing, and prowling about with wild abandon.
A young African girl on a bus is jabbering away about her recent arrival.
Snow White, Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretel.
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