Panic attacks and disco tracks: Dave Fargnoli writes on a subversive dose of 80s nostalgia.
Authenticity and artifice: Tom Moyser writes on YESYESNONO’s reenactment of a plane crash.
Intimacy and honesty: Tom Moyser writes on LUNG’s investigation into the lives of young carers.
“A chocolate box of bite-sized folk tales”: Emily Davis writes on sampling 1927’s work for the first time.
Wide-eyed wonder: Lilith Wozniak writes on a nature-inspired gig theatre show.
“Love and tinsel town sleaze”: Francesca Peschier writes a country and western song in response to this solo show about music and fatherhood.
“exposure, noun”: Tom Moyser considers the embarrassing, painful revelations in Richard Gadd’s solo show.
“This hyper-awareness of impending death”: Rosemary Waugh writes on Kally Lloyd-Jones’ dance piece about mortality.
“Birdwatching is cool”: Tom Moyser writes on the wild world of a musical fable about saving parakeets.
Awkward notes: Rosemary Waugh writes on Pat Kinevane’s musical meander through the life of a man who’s lost custody of his daughter.
Adventures in attempted synchronicity: Ava Wong Davies writes on a devised performance about a friendship in flux.
Glitching GIFs: Ben Kulvichit writes on Ultimate Dancer’s dazzling multimedia dance performance.
Rosemary Waugh writes on a cliché-resistant narrative of an Indigenous woman’s revenge.
Rosemary Waugh reviews Tim Cowbury’s performance in the form of an awkward convo in Summerhall courtyard.
Fact before feeling: Ava Wong Davies writes on Rob Icke’s streamlined Oedipus.