Theatre

Theatre at the <a href="/events/edinburghfringe">Edinburgh Fringe</a> and <a href="/events/eif">Edinburgh International Festival</a>.

Why is it we always remember where we were when something bad happens?
Pip Utton strips back Hugo’s classic plot to leave us with a meditation on beauty and unrequited love
Linda Marlowe plays a washed-up actress-turned cleaner who preferred treading the boards to scrubbing them.
This triangular love affair is a sophisticated soap opera smudged naturally by scandal. Susie loves Link and…
A marigold, “flower of the dead”, grows from a pot only to be picked and put into a girl’s hair. Birth, life…
Twenty miles off the Pembrokeshire cliffs lie the Smalls, a tiny cluster of twenty jagged rocks that were…
Arth and Buck are two men stuck in a rut. Their lives are going nowhere and are controlled by making money…
Theatre is something that benefits from being given a different view every now and again. Jo Clifford’s…
There aren’t many shows when the performer comes out to the queue as a kind of personal warm up act, but that…
In the tiny Warren theatre in the basement at Zoo Roxy, the stage is bare except for a pair of sparkling high…
It’s rare for one of the BBC’s "Plays for Today", a sadly defunct manifestation of public service…
2010 is the centenary year of the founding of the Margaret Morris Movement, the training method of Modern…
Bigotry might be an accepted part of life in Scotland: one of our most (in)famous exports, up there with Irn-…
While You Lie brings together the fresh writing talent of Sam Holcroft, with award-winning director Zinnie…
On 26 March 1858 Charles Dickens gave a reading of his Christmas Carol in the Music Hall, George Street. Now…
It is a daunting task to review a show that has already been lauded, awarded, and been a previous Fringe…
This play was billed as suitable for ages 7-77, so this review is a little different.
Welcome to Reykjavik, or as the sign at the airport reads “Velkomin Heim” (Welcome Home). It’s a city which…
It was a day of epic rain. I had actually ‘phoned the box office to check whether this outdoor production of…
A dramatisation of the life of  Welsh vagabond poet W. H. Davies and his association with artist Walter …