• Orlando
    Theatre

    Orlando – Review

    Orlando draws the audience in on the basis of a novel and leaves us with a challenge. To embrace love and passion, and negate the need for the labels we so…

  • Best Girl
    Theatre

    Best Girl – Review

    The loss of a father, the damage of war, the inability to support those who deserve to be supported. Best Girl is a beautiful one-hour monologue. @BestGirlProductions @ThePleasance #edfringe #review…

  • Working on my Night Moves
    Theatre

    Working On My Night Moves – Review

    If immersing yourself in the Edinburgh Fringe involves seeking out new experiences, Working On My Night Moves is a must-have ticket. @zanettiprod @Summerhallery #edfringe #review…

  • Hold On Let Go
    Theatre

    Hold On Let Go – Review

    Hold On Let Go concludes with the sharing of a moment. And maybe this is what you're meant to remember. This is what stays with you. #Holdonletgo @Summerhallery #edfringe #review…

  • Oh Yes Oh No
    Theatre

    Oh Yes Oh No – Review

    Oh Yes Oh No opens up a chasm of questions. None of which can be answered within the theatre space. All of which are there for society to own. #OhYesOhNo @Summerhallery…

  • All of Me
    Theatre

    All of Me – Review

    All of Me enables a conversation to be opened, for her perspective of mental illness to be presented, unpacked, and left open. #AllOfMePlay @Summerhallery #Edfringe #Review…

  • Shit
    Theatre

    Shit – Review

    Shit is pulsating, all-consuming and graphic in what is created for the audience. How class and misogyny impact lives to beyond breaking point @TheMilkeWay @Summerhallery #Edfringe #Review…

  • E8
    Theatre

    E8 – Review

    In E8 it is Marika Mckennel's unpicking of the situations and motivations which shine through. Successfully bringing a hidden part of our education system to light #E8Play @ThePleasance #Edfringe #Review…

  • Mustard
    Theatre

    Mustard – Review

    O'Connor creates a music behind her words, holding a room which absorbs E's relationship with mustard unblinkingly. There is a beauty in the language and rhythm of the words chosen. The…

  • Pops
    Theatre

    Pops – Review

    Pops is a challenging production. It leaves so much to be unpicked, to explore. How do we get into places where a relationship which should mean so much are so full…