Digestive biscuits and acid house: David Ralf reviews In Bed With My Brother at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Raw and honest: Chris White reviews Theatre Temoin’s production about young homeless people.
“All I want is a hug,”: Nicole Serratore reviews Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s play about two lonely teenagers.
‘Imagine a coked-up, sexed-up staging of Police Academy…’ Chris White reviews The Pretend Men’s cop show comedy in Edinburgh.
The world according to an introvert: Chris White reviews Scratchworks Theatre Company’s show about being shy.
Brothers and sisters: Rosemary Waugh reviews a production of Brad Birch’s new version of Henrik Ibsen’s Enemy of the People.
Less a play and more a narrative gig: Nicole Serratore reviews Luke Barnes’ adaptation of Richard Milward’s novel.
All welcome, but only one accepts the invite: Nicole Serratore reviews Fledgling Theatre Co.’s story of two men who started a commune.
Human-dolphin communication: Lauren Mooney reviews an ambitious and incisive Fringe show from Breach Theatre.
Brilliant, energetic, ridiculous fun: Lauren Mooney reviews another Fringe success from Kill The Beast.
An incandescent anger.
Shock and awe.
Painting the town red.