Sea Sick is a beautifully simple and affecting piece of storytelling about climate breakdown and the oceans - and about one woman's mission to understand the damage that's …
Have you ever been on a Tinder date? Picture that in front of a live audience, where only one of the participants knows what’s going on.
Kanata: the Haudenosaunee word for Canada.
Pathetic Fallacy, at heart, has a Unique Selling Point—the show’s creator, Anita Rochon, isn’t actually in Edinburgh.
Her name is Lila, and she’s a proud Blackfoot woman, she tells us.
Born in a snow bank on the Manitoba/Nunavut border to a family of nomadic caribou hunters, Cree playwright, pianist and musician Tomson Highway has been called one of the most impo…
Those familiar with the work of the National Theatre of Scotland won’t be surprised by the style or the content of First Snow / Première Neige.
I hated Daughter.
Chase Scenes is exactly what it says it is: 60 scenes in which performers create a variety of famous and original chase scenes, filmed lived onstage and projected onto screens at t…
An enigmatic title is the hallmark of many Fringe shows – I’m sure no one knows quite what to expect from Duckpond: An Element of Mystery in Umpteen Samples or Lights Over Tesc…
Two one-off evenings, two all-star Canadian line-ups.
It’s hard to tell you to go see Huff at Summerhall’s CanadaHub, but I absolutely must.
A charismatic charmer and a smasher of pianos.
Mouthpiece is one of the shows at CanadaHub at King’s Hall, a venue in association with Summerhall.
Theatre Conspiracy’s interactive show, Foreign Radical, is more than likely to mess with your moral compass.
A two-woman show starring only one woman – not a typo but the conceit at the centre of the latest show by Canadian actress and interactive artist Laurence Dauphinais.
Kings Hall has been taken over by Summer Hall and transformed into the Canada Hub over the festival, showcasing a series of Canadian acts exploring the issues surrounding Canada’…
An interdisciplinary work from Turtle Island that takes shape around peoples and the land.
Thus Spoke… is an electrifying piece of existential pop from two of Montreal’s most celebrated artists.
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