Ending in the present: Chris White reviews Michael Laurence’s take on Beckett at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Everything spoken word should be: Chris White reviews a performance by Emmet Kirwan and Ian Lloyd Anderson.
A thoroughly uplifting apocalyptic show: David Ralf reviews DugOut’s latest play.
Porcelain statues and shady antique dealers: Fergus Morgan reviews Shôn Dale-Jones’s one-man show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Life in the aquarium: Chris White reviews a show about friendship and fishes.
Chris White reviews The Outbound Project’s first foray into the Fringe with a show exploring ambition, identity and space travel.
A loving portrait.
To be cruel or kind.
Because theatre exists in Bulgaria too.
Like a tender bruise.
More than meets the eye.
After happily ever after.
You are what you click.