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Hocus Pocus, The Studio, Review


Hocus Pocus tends to bring witches, cauldrons and rhyming incantations to the forefront of the mind, but in Phillippe Saire’s captivating new piece dance, physical theatre, visual art and lig

Let’s Inherit the Earth, Pleasance Courtyard, Review


As we trudge through our muggy, too-hot-for-the-Scots-but-can’t-complain summer Morna Pearson’s new comedy with songs, Let’s Inherit the Earth could not be more timely.

No Kids, Pleasance Courtyard, Review


Partnering up in the rehearsal room for the first time, Ad Infinitum’s co-artistic directors and real-life couple, George Mann and Nir Paldi discuss the pros and cons of the partnership of a lifetime:

WEIRD, Pleasance Courtyard, Review


Yasmin lives in a world where “odds feels odd, but evens feel better” and in this existence, she counts to stay in control.

EIF 2018: Ronald Brautigam, Queen's Hall, Review

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This morning’s concert at the Queen’s Hall was a piano recital given by the accomplished Dutch pianist Ronald Brautigam.

A Song of Lunch, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

Robert Bathurst and Rebecca Johnson in A Song for Lunch (Photo credit, Karla Gowlett)

After seeing this exquisitely crafted, polished diamond of a play, you will surely wish to rush out to buy a copy of the original Verse Comedy by Christopher Reid (2009).

The Promise, Venue 13, Review

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The Promise opens in 1942 Russia, where three teenagers band together to survive the World War 2 siege in Leningrad.

A Sockful of Custard, Pleasance Dome, Review


A Sockful of Custard is an affectionate tribute to troubled comic genius Spike Milligan which has a lot more laughter than tears.

One Woman Sex and the City, Underbelly Bristo Square, Review

Kerry Ipema  (photo credit Idil Sukan)

“Daring in its conception of character, ‘Sex and the City’ was a brilliant and, in certain ways, radical show” The New Yorker

Taiwan Season: Bon 4 Bon, Dancebase, Review


This performance is about family and memories. About what we recall and remember from our childhood and what it means to us.

Infinita, Pleasance Grand, Review


Internationally renowned Berlin based physical theatre company Familie Flöz is back, not in full voice, (they’re wordless!) but in full vigour at the Fringe.