They said I didn’t know what I was getting myself into: Rosemary Waugh reviews Natalia Osipova & Guests at the Edinburgh International Festival.
Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons returns to the Fringe for another conversation in 140 words a day.
The other side of the mirror: Chris White reviews Adura Onashile’s new play about corruption and freedom.
All welcome, but only one accepts the invite: Nicole Serratore reviews Fledgling Theatre Co.’s story of two men who started a commune.
Land of the Immortals: Chris White reviews The Sun Apparatus’ dark comedy about death and the chance to live forever.
A very British octopus: Dave Fargnoli reviews Afsaneh Gray’s multi-limbed look at our multicultural nation(s).
Bath time: Rosemary Waugh reviews Nick Cassenbaum’s excellent show about Jewish life in London.
Change and confusion: Nicole Serratore reviews Dan Jemmett’s update of Twelfth Night at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Making new fans: Chris White reviews Alan Cumming’s performance as part of the Edinburgh International Festival.
Lucian Waugh reviews Vesna Tominac Matačić’s beguiling performance of the works of the great Croatian poet, Vesna Parun.
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.
Clawing at the skin: Rosemary Waugh reviews Holy Body Tattoo and Godspeed You! Black Emperor at the Edinburgh International Festival.
Growing lumps and growing up: Lauren Mooney reviews Luke Norris’ latest at the Fringe.