Correcting the historical record: Chris White reviews Seiriol Davies’ riotous retelling of the life of Henry Cyril Paget.
Chris White reviews “probably the most offensive play at this year’s Fringe”.
Golden eggs and gingerbread houses: Chris White reviews Fiercely Spun’s recognition of the women behind the Brothers Grimm.
‘Imagine a coked-up, sexed-up staging of Police Academy…’ Chris White reviews The Pretend Men’s cop show comedy in Edinburgh.
The world according to an introvert: Chris White reviews Scratchworks Theatre Company’s show about being shy.
Sharing out the M&Ms: Chris White reviews Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas’s show about Greece and the EU.
Make-do-and-mend: Chris White reviews Stone Crabs Theatre Company’s staging of a forgotten play by Donald Margulies.
Chris White reviews The Outbound Project’s first foray into the Fringe with a show exploring ambition, identity and space travel.
When even the angels need comforting: Chris White reviews Brokentalkers and Junk Ensemble’s exploration of grief.
Just chill out: Chris White reviews Peter Darney’s verbatim play about the chemsex scene.
Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons returns to the Fringe for another conversation in 140 words a day.
The other side of the mirror: Chris White reviews Adura Onashile’s new play about corruption and freedom.
Land of the Immortals: Chris White reviews The Sun Apparatus’ dark comedy about death and the chance to live forever.
Making new fans: Chris White reviews Alan Cumming’s performance as part of the Edinburgh International Festival.
Don’t look now: Chris White reviews Vanishing Point at the Edinburgh International Festival.