City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Physical Theatre

Closer By Circa, Udderbelly's Pasture, Review


Despite huge expectations due to Circa’s formidable reputation, their latest show, Closer, still manages to surprise and excite.

Bucket List, Pleasance Dome, Review

Bucket List - Photo credit Alex Brenner

In the latest production from physical theatre specialists Theatre Ad Infinitum, sometimes it is hard to tell what is real, and what is not.

Attrape Moi, Assembly Hall, Review

Attrape Moi trapeze

Meet Flip Fabrique, a group of graduates from the Quebec Circus School. What an introduction!

Le Bossu, Bedlam Theatre, Review

Le Bossu - withWings Theatre Company

High above the streets of Paris there is a place of angels and gargoyles.

The Haberdasher, Theatre Arts Exchange (Gayfield Creative Spaces), Review

The Haberdasher - courtesy of Theatre Arts Exchange

Clothes may make the man, but naked people have little influence and when everyone can see you in your underwear curtains are called for.

To Kill a Machine, Zoo Pleasance, Review

To Kill a Machine - photo credit Keith Morris.

It has been said that Alan Turing died while conducting a dangerous experiment - it was called, life.

Project HaHa, Summerhall, Review

Project Haha

We are told to smile simply because it’s free. We are told that if life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade. Society’s obsession with happiness may have gone too far.

Artificial Things, Zoo Southside, Review

Artificial Things

Stopgap Dance Company is renowned for their inclusive productions, integrating both disabled and non-disabled performers in an exploration of trust and interdependent dance that challenges the percept

Bluebeard, Spotlites, Review

Headlock Theatre's Bluebeard

I saw this show on the penultimate day of its Fringe run and whilst this review may not help their attendance numbers hopefully it will pay forward into any future work this company presents.

Poker Night Blues, Summerhall, Review

Beijing Tinhouse Productions in Poker Night Blues

Theatre Movement Bazaar has enjoyed critical success at the Edinburgh Fringe over recent years with inventive adaptations of classic works by Tennessee Williams (Hot Cat) and Chekhov (Track 3).