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Edinburgh Review: Flight at Summerhall

Flight is a 'perfectly programmed high-art theme park ride.'

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Exeunt Recommends: Edinburgh fringe, week one

The fringe has begun, and Exeunt's writers have a few thoughts on what you should go and see.

9 August


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Edinburgh Review: What Girls Are Made Of at Traverse

What Girls Are Made Of looks back on a teenage brush with stardom with adult wisdom and a 90s soundtrack.

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Review: Backbone at Southbank Centre

Gravity and Other Myths' new physical theatre piece Backbone showcases the beauty of working together.

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Edinburgh review: Finding Fassbender at Pleasance

Hannah Greenstreet writes on Lydia Larson's hilarious monologue about "the fantasy lives we build to survive".

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Review: Emilia at Shakespeare’s Globe

Reclaiming a poet: Rosemary Waugh reviews Morgan Lloyd Malcolm's new play about Emilia Bassano.

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Eve Allin

Power Play: Addressing Gender Inequality at the Fringe

Taking over an Edinburgh flat, Power Play are making space for female-led theatre at the fringe. Here's Eve Allin on her visit.

Fergus Morgan

A Dead-Eyed Cynic’s View of the Edinburgh Fringe

Another festival of failure is upon us: Fergus Morgan is here to get you in the mood for the Edinburgh Fringe with a healthy dose of misery.

Amber Massie-Blomfield

The power of theatre buildings

The impressive architecture of the UK's theatres is often a legacy of stark class divides. Here, Amber Massie-Blomfield writes on the buildings that really are for everyone.

Andy Field

The Festival That Never Sleeps

Andy Field writes on sleep-deprivation at the Edinburgh fringe, and the challenges of making new spaces in a world where time is commodified.

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Edinburgh review: It’s True, It’s True, It’s True at Underbelly

Visual richness: Hannah Greenstreet writes on the images of Breach Theatre's show, which dramatises the story of baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi.

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Edinburgh Review: Pickle Jar at Underbelly Cowgate

Pickle Jar is a one-woman show about rape culture, grief, and misplaced guilt.

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Edinburgh Review: The Half Moon Shania at ZOO

Half Moon Shania is a punk show about young women trying to contort themselves into a shape besides sexiness.

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Edinburgh Review: Island Town at Roundabout at Summerhall

Simon Longman's new play highlights the cyclical bleakness of village life.

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The Nanette Feelings Thread

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The Posh Club

"Swanky senior citizens, elegant elders & glamorous golden girls" are all invited to daytime cabaret The Posh Club. Here's Freddie Machin on why it's so vital.


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