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Counting Sheep

Lemon Bucket Orkestra's Counting Sheep is an immersive show that takes us through the events of the 2014 Maidan Square protests in the Ukraine. ...
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Us/Them is about the Beslan massacre in 2004: a three-day terrorist siege carried out by Chechen rebels at a school in Beslan (in the North Caucu...
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In 1979, just before Thatcher came into power, almost half of Britain's population lived in homes provided by the state. Now it’s just 8%. With the ...
3.0★ ★ ★

Revolt. She said. Revolt again

Alice's Birch's 2014 play is a transfer from the Making Mischief season at the RSC: a collection of four new plays about language, race and gender...
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Diary of a Madman

Al Smith's Diary of a Madman is an adaptation of Gogol's short story, reimagined as a play about Scottish nationalism and mental illness. Pop Sheer...
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World Without Us

Ontroerend Goed's World Without Us, as the title suggests, imagines a world in which humans have vanished. Planes continue to circulate on autopilot u...
Life According to Saki production by Atticist
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Life According to Saki

Hector H. Munro - otherwise known as Saki - was a late nineteenth century short story writer famous during his lifetime for his whimsical but often mo...
Scottish Ballet at Edinburgh International Festival
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Scottish Ballet

Scottish Ballet’s double bill of UK premieres at the Edinburgh International Festival offers two brooding, uncompromising contemporary pieces. First...
Alan Cumming Sappy songs
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Sappy Songs

Alan Cumming’s ‘Sappy Songs’ at The Hub is a treat from start to finish. A consummate entertainer, Cumming regales with tall and no so tall tale...
Every Brilliant Thing at Summerhall
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Every Brilliant Thing

Every Brilliant Thing is Duncan Macmillan’s poignant script about coping with suicide: a young boy makes lists for his mother as to the reasons why ...