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The walls that keep us in and the walls that keep us out: Rafaella Marcus reviews Clean Break's double bill in Edinburgh.
Not telling stories: Rosemary Waugh reviews an update of Bizet's Carmen set in a refugee camp.
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Two-and-a-half year old J and six-month old K offer pint-sized perspectives on their Edinburgh Fringe theatre adventure.
Duška Radosavljević reflects on Putting The Band Back Together, a community-building piece from Unfolding Theatre that's full of loss, and hope.
Rosemary Waugh tells the stories of Celebration, Florida, the town that Disney built and Celebration, Florida, the show that Greg Wohead created.
Following Tempting Failure 2016, Jonathan Boddam-Whetham discusses Sebastian Hau-Walker's performance installation and the concept of memory theatres.
Not getting the party started: Chris White reviews a too tame offering from Not Too Tame in Edinburgh.
Whilst all eyes in Britain are on Edinburgh, Amy Brady takes us across the Atlantic to provide advice on navigating its American sister, FringeNYC.
How can nations connect through stories? Bertrand Lesca discusses Brexit and the inspiration behind EUROHOUSE, a dark comedy about the EU's founding ideals.
Amelia Forsbrook interviews Yaron Lifschitz, artistic director at Circa, on the company's stripped back approach - and on the power of the body to create something "honest, simple and intimate".
As the rain pours down on Edinburgh, here's a look at some of the fringe shows that are exploring climate change.