From Africa to Scotland, and back again: Rosemary Waugh reviews Jaimini Jethwa’s new play about the expulsion of Ugandan-Asians by Idi Amin.
Starry-eyed: Rosemary Waugh reviews Manual Cinema’s intergalactic coming of age story.
BFFs: Rosemary Waugh reviews Elinor Cook’s new play about female friendship.
Another portrait of the artist: Rosemary Waugh reviews Alan Franks’ new play about Lucian Freud.
On the nose: Rosemary Waugh reviews Alan Harris’s Cardiff-based play featuring Billy the Seal.
‘Profound’ might be taking it too far… Rosemary Waugh reviews Seongbukdong Beedoolkee’s retelling of Medea featuring plastic weapons and pop culture.
The world had been sad since Tuesday: Rosemary Waugh reviews Lara Foot’s new play about bipolar disorder and love.
The UK debut of Poyo Rojo presents a different version of ‘locker room talk’.
Once upon a time, I bought an ice rink… Rosemary Waugh reviews Suzanne Grotenhuis’s new show about heartbreak and ice-skates.
Lighting up: Rosemary Waugh reviews a new adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s On the Harmful Effects of Tobacco.
Snap your shag bands and dance to Steps: Rosemary Waugh reviews the Wardrobe Ensemble’s new show about New Labour.
‘Excellent’, ‘astonishing’, ‘devastating’ and all the rest: Rosemary Waugh reviews the return of Yael Farber’s Mies Julie to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Have you tried…? Rosemary Waugh reviews Rachel Bagshaw and Chris Thorpe’s show about living with chronic pain.
A crash, or a stubbornness: Rosemary Waugh reviews Zinnie Harris’s new version of Eugène Ionesco’s Rhinoceros at the EIF.
Rachel Bagshaw talks to Rosemary Waugh about creating The Shape of Pain, an Edinburgh Fringe show based on her experiences, and made in collaboration with Chris Thorpe.