3.0★ ★ ★

How to be Fat

What a touching piece Mathilda Gregory’s reflections on being a fat woman is. Being fat or other people’s fatness is a sensitive subject for some,...
3.0★ ★ ★

The Society of Strange

Having seen The School Of Night, the Extempore Theatre’s improvised Shakespearean extravaganza, I’m afraid to say I was a little disappointed with...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Jamie Wood – O No!

Just when you think you haven't been treated to enough silliness at the festival, you find yourself in the basement of Roxy Assembly watching Jamie Wo...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Man to Man

Told with a nightmare’s logic Siobhán Daly and Bruce Guthrie’s production of Manfred Karge’s modern fairytale, is a compelling exploration of s...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Going Viral

Winner of the coveted Fringe First award (2015) Daniel Bye’s Going Viral explores the human responses to the weird and predictable behaviours of vir...
3.0★ ★ ★

Dead Man’s Cell Phone

It’s a good thing if an Edinburgh Fringe show immediately invites an audience in to the atmosphere of its opening scene. Even before the action star...
5.0★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Institute

Gecko have truly outdone themselves with this production. This mind-blowing piece of theatre wouldn’t be out of place at the Barbican or the Nationa...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Blind Man’s Song

This sublime silent piece by Theatre Re is truly moving. Effortlessly performed and yet incredibly layered. The main attraction, for me, is the open n...
3.0★ ★ ★

Down and Out in Paris and London

PIT/New Diorama Theatre combines Orwell’s magical travel journal, Down and Out in Paris and London, with Polly Toynbee’s 2003 book, Hard Work. Th...