“It didn’t really need to be a play”, and other thoughts: Kate Wyver’s list review of fanSHEN’s performance.
Just open your mind and say yes: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ on an anarchic Calvin and Hobbes inspired performance for toddlers.
It’s getting hot in here: Lauren Gauge’s monologue is a female-centred look at clubbing, coupling up and settling down.
32 years coming: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews Forced Entertainment’s Edinburgh Festival debut.
New and unique and fascinating: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ on Rachel Mars’s exploration of envy and desire.
Assured, accomplished and frighteningly fierce: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews the return of Seiriol Davies’s delightful musical extravaganza.
Defying Gravity: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews Kneehigh’s adaption of the life and love of Marc Chagall and Bella Rosenfeld.
Like a nice cup of cocoa: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews Theatre Fideri Fidera’s heart-warming family tale.
The many faces of Lady Macbeth: Rosemary Waugh reviews an artful exploration of Shakespeare’s shadowy matriarch.
Translation and transcultural communication: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews the world premiere of a new work by Nassim Soleimanpour.
Sweet dreams: Rosemary Waugh reviews the European premiere of Gecko’s collaboration with the Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre.
Multi-faceted (quite literally): Lilith Wozniak reviews The Wax House’s experiment with storytelling.
A Rowling riff: Thomas Eccleshare’s play is a problematic story of an author who’s not all she seems.
When you don’t love it anymore, it’s time to stop: Rosemary Waugh reviews Margaret McAuliffe’s one-woman show about Irish dancing.
DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews Louis Pearl’s bubble-blowing family spectacle.