The War
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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The War

Epic. Captivating. Spellbinding. It is very easy to run out of superlatives to describe Vladimir Pankov’s The War, which forms part of the 2014 Edinbu...
The James Plays
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The James Plays

A gigantic sword pierces the stage in each of the three instalments that form The James Plays series. However, thesword’s appearance varies in each of...
Ganesh Versus The Third Reich
4.5★ ★ ★ ★ (★)
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Ganesh Versus The Third Reich

“Some of us identify with being outsiders. Some of us don’t. We wonder: what would we be outside of?” This extract is taken from the mission sta...
The Sonneteer
3.0★ ★ ★
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The Sonneteer

Shakespeare’s sonnets have often been severely neglected in comparison to his plays, despite the fact that it is possible to view them as dramatic mon...
One Man Breaking Bad
3.0★ ★ ★
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One Man Breaking Bad

In this one-man marathon, One Man Breaking Bad, Miles Allen extracts the powerfully original characters that form the hit television series and weaves...
The Edinburgh Literary Pub
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The Edinburgh Literary Pub

If you wish to escape the often stationary spectatorship role that comes with attending the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the Edinburgh Literary Pub Tour...
Paradise Lost
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Paradise Lost

In the 17th century, John Milton published his ten-book epic, which recounts the fall of Satan, the creation of the world, and the fall of Adam and Ev...
In the Vale of Health
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In the Vale of Health

Four separate plays. Four interlocking plays. The same play performed four ways. To assign In the Vale of Health a succinct description is a challe...
Martine
5.0★ ★ ★ ★ ★
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Martine

There isn’t one moment of your life you recall with special tenderness? Martine is Jean-Jacques Bernard’s most famous play. Set between 1920 and 19...