A life contained within four walls: Francesca Peschier writes on Wardrobe Ensemble’s poignant devised narrative of homecoming.
A bumpy ride: Francesca Peschier writes on Katie Greenall’s tense show about her journey to body acceptance.
Francesca Peschier writes on the shows bringing ecstatic moments and authentic queer people of colour’s experiences to the Edinburgh fringe.
Woozy half-consciousness: Ben Kulvichit writes on Darkfield’s latest shipping container show.
A fragmentary picture: Tom Moyser writes on Sean Mahoney’s lyrical monologue.
Crystal Bennes’ is unmoved by Forced Entertainment’s time-travelling monologue.
A peppery start: Tom Moyser writes on an intriguing but unready set of plays by four emerging female writers.
Heartbeats: Louise Jones writes on an intimate physical theatre dissection of a break up.
What word best describes you? Here’s Francesca Peschier’s interactive response to a one woman show about identity and loneliness.
Playing ball: Tom Moyser writes on the tense emotional back and forth of Sam Steiner’s superb new play.
Flawed heroics: Crystal Bennes writes on a conventional staging of Tchaikovsky’s Pushkin-inspired opera.
Securely knotted: Ava Wong Davies writes on Ming Ho’s intricate, site-specific exploration of British-Chinese identity.
Floating away: Ava Wong Davies writes on a lukewarm devised piece about grief and wild swimming.
Tom Moyser writes on an “exceptionally, disarmingly gentle” musical set on a tiny Scottish island.
“A strange and difficult sting”: Nicole Serratore writes on Daniel Ward’s gig-theatre story of racism and dislocation at a private school.