Edinburgh Fringe 2023
Quietly Devastating, Brilliantly Acted Drama
Tomcaintheatre A very worthy piece of theatre on the effects of a tragedy that still resonates today.
An entertaining farce set in a brothel with quality performances by its three-strong cast
Edinburgh Fringe stalwarts spellbindingly rework the Iliad
Death Does Not Become Her
A Staggering Achievement
It is a beautiful, delicate sapling that, with some gardening, will no doubt grow into a strong Oak under the capable hands of the Torch Ensemble.
The combined talents of Kim and Yejin are a force to be reckoned with, and it is hard not to feel while watching that we are seeing the beginnings of a potentially legendary partnership.
A decent family drama in the shadow of momentous national decision making.
World premiere from Rena Brannan
A middle-aged couple go to a wedding, but there’s so much more going on
Beautifully adapted, directed, performed and designed - masterful puppetry, poignant and meaningful.
Two angry men with explosive plans - a gripping drama.
A worthy attempt at showing the conflict within young people around gender, the future and all the stuff your parents warned you about.
Intense and human story - very well acted.
Fighting for your homeland - what makes you stay or leave.
A charming ghostly tale
An absolute blast with gags galore, soaring operatic arias and great performances
A chilling exploration of the career of a serial killer
A Creepy, Thoughtful Thriller
Nothing Standard Whatsoever About This Superb New Play
A scintillating play of ideas about the internet and its impact on what we know and how we know it
An exceptional piece of theatre about two exceptional artists.