A steampunk, dreamlike fantasia: David Ralf reviews James Thiérrée and company at the Edinburgh International Festival.
This is a memory play: Rosemary Waugh reviews the Edinburgh International Festival revival of the American Repertory Theater’s The Glass Menagerie.
“As empty as George W Bush’s glassy stare”: Christine Irvine reviews the musical adaptation of Green Day’s early-noughties album.
Christine Irvine completes a marathon session of Rona Munro’s regal Scottish trilogy.
Strange waters flow slow.
A Scottish reworking of Chekhov.
Wu Hsing-kuo’s one-man voyage through Kafka.
Silviu Purcărete’s response to Swift.
Ena Lamont Stewart’s play of deprivation.
Haruki Murikami’s novel on stage.