A ghost story: Kate Wyver reviews Barrel Organ’s new show about emotional and financial debt.
Katharine Kavanagh on BoonDog Theatre’s show about communication and the relationship between humans and animals.
Lost in translation: Chris McCormack finds muddled meanings in Romantika’s adaption of Tomas Tranströmer’s poetry.
‘Profound’ might be taking it too far… Rosemary Waugh reviews Seongbukdong Beedoolkee’s retelling of Medea featuring plastic weapons and pop culture.
Hannah Greenstreet reviews What if the plane falls out of the sky?, The Soft Subject, and A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017.
Dream big, my son: Chris McCormack sees Trygve Wakenshaw take to the stage with a co-star toddler.
Simon Gwynn reviews Abigail Hood’s new play about childhood abuse and running away from home.
“The most fun hour at the fringe”: Lilith Wozniak on why there’s nothing dicey about this epic Dungeons & Dragons game.
The world had been sad since Tuesday: Rosemary Waugh reviews Lara Foot’s new play about bipolar disorder and love.
Lovely in the purest sense of the word: Lauren Mooney reviews Zoe Cooper’s fresh and exciting love story.
Illusions and worship: Chris McCormack reviews an acrobatic take on Fritz Lang’s Metropolis.
Wonderfully offbeat and political: Hannah Greenstreet on Sisters Grimm’s queer-feminist satire of nationalism and colonialism.
Lost amongst the swarm: Ka Bradley reviews an ‘enigmatic and complex’ new work by Wayne McGregor.
Joy Martin reviews a beautifully constructed homage to Dorothy Parker.
Like bottling a hurricane: a confused staging of the proto-absurdist classic.