Becoming un-eggnog-ed: Chris White reviews Mamoru Iriguchi’s experiment with Marlene Dietrich in 4D.
The story machine: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews Nassim Soleimanpour’s Blank at Summerhall.
The post-apocalyptic planet: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews Ontroerend Goed’s new work.
Exile in Zone 5: Lauren Mooney reviews Annie Siddons’s show about motherhood and loneliness.
This show should be prescribed on the NHS. Review by DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡.
Intergalatic space goddesses and toddlers in pink princess dresses: Alice Saville reviews RashDash.
Dolphins and swimmers: Nicole Serratore reviews David Ralfe’s show about supporting someone with an eating disorder.
Our mental furniture: Alice Saville reviews Yinka Kuitenbrouwer site-specific show about home.
Physical and emotional turmoil: Nicole Serratore reviews Stacey Gregg’s dramatising of a real-life legal case.
The end of the world: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews Kieran Hurley’s new storytelling piece at Summerhall.
Social housing, not social cleansing: Dave Fargnoli reviews LUNG’s piece of documentary theatre on the fight against gentrification in Newham.
Explaining anxiety: Jafar Iqbal reviews ZÃ¶e Murtagh’s one-woman show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Sharing out the M&Ms: Chris White reviews Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas’s show about Greece and the EU.
Here to stay: Jafar Iqbal reviews Sh!t Theatre’s return to the Edinburgh Fringe.
You are not alone: Rosemary Waugh reviews Sam Rowe’s one-man show based on The Journals of Denton Welch.