City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland


Lula Del Ray, Underbelly Med Quad, Review

Lula Del Ray by Manual Cinema - courtesy of Jerry Shulman

A young girl lives a lonely life in a caravan with her pre-occupied mother, whose job is to monitor the signals from a vast array of satellite dishes.

When We Ran, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

When We Ran - Patch of Blue Theatre

Twenty-one summers ago, their dad fell completely in love with their mum.

Changelings, Space on North Bridge, Review


When two characters from different times, genres and authors come together, they have no choice but to rewrite themselves.

Mary and Me, Paradise in the Vault, Review

Mary and Me

Hannah repeats Pythagorean theorem to the secular sounds of Belinda Carlisle’s “Heaven is a Place on Earth” as she enters the grotto.

The Nature of Forgetting, Pleasance, Review

The Nature of Forgetting production image

Dad sits alone next to a long line of hanging garments. His daughter enters and reminds him that they will soon have visitors; he needs to put on a jacket and tie.

Fish Food, Paradise in The Vault, Review

Fish Food - Avenue Stage

The common goldfish is the descendant of the Russian Carp.

The Black Cat, Underbelly Cowgate, Review

The Black Cat.jpg

Two actors grapple with a modern adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe’s classic horror story which they perform reluctantly with frequent interruptions and a playful disrespect for the writing.

Death City, Greenside Nicolson Square, Review

Park Gol

There is a city where death is king, it stands on every street corner, it lives in every home and it is always, always hungry.

What if the Plane Falls Out of the Sky, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

What if the Plane Falls Out of the Sky - credit Jack Offord

We are welcomed to this taster of Fear Camp by the three blazered and badged staff.

POV, The Space@Surgeon's Hall, Review

‘P.O.V.’ was at one time simple shorthand in the film industry, indicating a scene or image shot from the ‘point of view’ of a character.