Theatre

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

Welcome to RAF Waddington, home of the “Chairforce”, where pilots operate drone aircraft to stalk the skies…
‘Bubble Revolution’ claims to be ‘a fairytale about growing up during and after the fall of communism in…
Mark Thomas’ ‘The Red Shed’ is subtitled ‘a topical tale of the miners’ strike’. It does, however, feature a…
Kat Woods, acclaimed Irish writer of Belfast Boy and Wasted, returns to this year’s Fringe with her new play…
Katy is going to tell us a story. Stories are important to Katy, as are rules.
Mikey and Addie first appeared in 2012 and was part of that year’s imaginate Festival (Read my review
Now tonight is one for the cultural socionomical history books, tonight of all nights, tonight and only…
There is something deeply ancestral about the effect of unaccompanied Scottish psalms on even the most…
The sound is deafening as an Edinburgh-bound train rolls loudly across the Forth Rail Bridge.
Despite huge expectations due to Circa’s formidable reputation, their latest show, Closer, still manages to…
As the swimwear clad cast back crawl across the stage to the beach we find ourselves on strange new shores.
There was a time when a troll was something associated with the Norwegian folk tale The Three Billy Goats…
What country, friends, is this? Why, this is Illyria, a slightly shabby sea-side resort where end-of-the-…
An invitation to experience your ‘inner cinema’ is thrown to the audience at the start of the joint Danish -…
‘Why are we given so much life?’ asks Willy Russell’s Shirley Valentine. ‘The Lounge’ poses the same question…
‘Adler and Gibb’ seems a departure from Tim Crouch’s previous work.
As titles go this takes the cake. (It’s a mathematics mnemonic.) We are in American high school territory.
Imagine waking up one morning and discovering you’re a puppet! Well, that’s what happens in this brilliant…
‘Erik Satie’s Faction’ slightly misleads, since Alasdair McGowan is never less (nor more) than the man…
Standing centre stage, Clair Whitefield, wearing a simple red T shirt and loose blue trousers, begins to tell…