When even the angels need comforting: Chris White reviews Brokentalkers and Junk Ensemble’s exploration of grief.
On being rubbed out: Rosemary Waugh reviews BRONKS’ children’s show about the Beslan siege.
Bath time: Rosemary Waugh reviews Nick Cassenbaum’s excellent show about Jewish life in London.
Dave Fargnoli reviews a show with a nice message, but a bit of a jumbled format.
This is a true story (maybe): Rosemary Waugh reviews Alice Mary Cooper’s deceptively simple show at Summerhall.
Why do we push ourselves? Dave Fargnoli reviews triathlete Hannah Nicklin’s journey into the answer.
A “delicately personal ghost story”: Lauren Mooney reviews Jack Britton’s I Used to Hear Footsteps at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Furious and loud and aggressive: Lauren Mooney reviews Rachael Clerke’s “politically vital” show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Mothers and daughters.
Building a better world.
The coming storm.
Acts of creation.
Things can only get better.