Hedda Gabler, National Theatre 2017. Photo Jan Versweyveld
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Hedda Gabler

The hype of National Theatre’s production of Ibsen’s famous play, Hedda Gabler, is very much deserved. Newly married Hedda is already bored. Her ac...
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Lorca: Amor En El Jardin

On a moonlit evening in a symbolic garden of shadows, rosebushes and chirping crickets, the audience is spellbound in a performance of Lorca: Amor en ...
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Dalloway

Whether familiar or not with Woolf’s 1928 Modernist novel Mrs Dalloway, this adaptation will not fail to delight. The Great War is over and the soc...
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Unprescribed

The Sun Apparatus Theatre Company presents Unprescribed, perhaps one of the weirdest performances at the Fringe but also one of the most inventive. ...
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The Curing Room

Based on true events, The Curing Room is a compelling portrayal of human desperation. Its Spring 1944 and seven Soviet soldiers have been captured ...
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The Improverts

Go and see The Improverts whose vitality is still blazing as they celebrate their 25th Fringe festival.The Improverts consists of lots of different ga...
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The Dispute

In an attempt to discover which gender was unfaithful first, The Dispute is an experiment re-creating the Garden of Eden. Four teenagers have been loc...
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The Duchess of Malfi

UCLU Runaground presents John Webster’s Jacobean tragedyThe Duchess of Malfi at the Edinburgh Fringe. Set in Italy in the early 17th century, the r...
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The Lift

The Edinburgh University Theatre Company brings The Lift to the Fringe this year, with the promise of an “adventure no psychologist can erase”. The...