Edinburgh Fringe 2011
"a beautifully crafted and executed piece of theatre"
A well written portrait of a family feud
A heartfelt examination that has lessons for us all
A good performance of this tale of passion and betrayal
This harrowing battle of the sexes throws up some uncomfortable ideas about human nature.
The kids are more than alright
A strangely haunting performance for one with iPad
Informative and engaging, this bittersweet, strangely uplifting tale is told with much eloquence and truth.
Growing with confidence as the plot unfolds
Outstanding physical theatre - you won't see anything better in Edinburgh this year
Love means different things to different people
Experimental, well acted and confusing, At Sans Hotel is not for everyone
Conceptually intriguing but scarred by a scene that's morally repugnant
A slick, sophisticated set of stories.
Gorgeous adaptation of a near-silent animated classic
An intimate and intensely playful entry in the world beyond the looking glass
An Alternative Fairytale...Their timing is spot on
Black humour from men in black slap
An Enjoyable Piece of Theatre
An impressively staged moment in history that speaks to today
If you see nothing else this Fringe...
Myllyaho’s dark comedy superbly brought to life by three accomplished Scottish actors.
A play that creatively deals with a mental health issue
a slick and highly satisfying hour of sketch-comedy from three highly-engaging performers
American schoolgirls attempt revolution.
This is perfect Edinburgh Fringe Fare.
A peek behind behind the clipped hedgerows and the manicured front lawns.
Performer Sachi Kimura shows us what it can be like to arrive in the UK.
Bare Naked Comedy
Excellent performances of a dark comedy
A provocative and powerful play
Biting satire and surreal lyrics from this hot to trot Irish comedy rock band
A well-crafted and inventively staged work from a talented ensemble
A one-man tour of a less-than conventional American adolescence
A visually intriguing adaptation of two F Scott Fitzgerald short stories, let down by the paucity of its source material.
"a quite brilliant piece of theatre"
A good performance of Moira Buffini’s sparkling dark comedy
They’ve got a great future behind them
Tremendous physical comedy
A powerful drama about child trafficking told through the eyes of children
Delightful, beautiful and heart warming two person play
" a beautifully written and powerful play with an excellent ensemble cast"
The Devil made him do it, and boy he did it well
A tragi-comic portrait of a marriage in silent meltdown.
Powerful drama from award-winning Scots playwright Murray Watts.
Topping tales of daring-do from three gallant gentlemen and two elegant ladies
A classically-inspired take on a modern personal tragedy
An original piece of theatre that shines amongst revivals
A show about the end of the travelling freak-show, solid acting and excellent set design
Hugely ambitious adaptation
Celestial meeting in a celestial setting
Like Hollyoaks with A’levels
"an astonishing not-to-be-missed performance"
A show full of good things
Children’s theatre performance that enchants and entertains in equal measure.
An explosion of energy and heart
"cleverly written, topical, gently amusing "
They’re not really invisible, you know…
An Absurdly Comic Tale about Religion and Baking
Clive Mantle fills some big shoes…and a fez
Strong performance from Jonathan Watson as the delusional Tommy McMillan, King of Scotland.
Heretically funny and yet strangely disturbing
Possibly the most subversive show on the Fringe today.
A smart performance of a less than smart play
Two individuals on the road to self-destruction, seeking absolution from the bottom of a glass
A gorgeously tender evocation of the spirit of young love.
Bleak and depressing Verbatim with a strong message.
A new play that hits a raw nerve.
A reflective Journey
Posthumous postcard prompts polished performance
A simple yet affecting tale of a not so distant tragedy.
A murder mystery that will confound your expectations, performed by a single talented actor
An Intiguing Piece of Work
4 Stories portrayed by 4 scantily clad actors. In-yer-face theatre at is best.
Comedy that doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel.
An exceptional piece of theatre
It's a Goal
A Masterpiece of a One Man Show
One Crane Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest ..
Tour de force performance from this whirlwind of humanity
A virtuouso solo performance with a lot to recommend it
A romp of a production which zips through history full of surprises and fun
Theatrical look at an important topic
An innovative and hilarious portrait of love – or mild obsession – in the age of Facebook.
A Fringe heavyweight
A poetic anthem for Doomed Youth in a vibrant and alive poetic performance
Sliding through a relationship to see which memories stick
A brilliant piece of acting which deserves your support
A nostalgic look back at a comedy great using material from the 70s
"a credible and accurate portrayal of a period that many will want to erase from their memory banks"
Haunting and intense social and religious drama
Seduction by a comedy and improv master …
Sex, Lies and Eurovision gives you just what it says on the tin
A fulfilling attempt to make that Shakespearean play understandable
Macbeth: The High School Years
Fast-paced drama about a prostitute in a lust triangle with a teacher and his student.
Theatre that is designed to shock that falls short of making that impact
Perfect and illuminating, entertaining and thought-provoking - must see theatre.
An entertaining piece of children’s theatre that enchants and delights
"a challenging piece"
A very fine piece of character acting, combined with a good story
Young at heart, if not in mind.
For a deeply moving piece of theatre this Fringe look no further.
Smart, sexy and fast paced comedy. With added froth.
"endearing and lightly funny"
"a performer of grace and clarity"
Masters of Comic Theatre
A thoughtful, funny, well-acted two-hander
Classic Theatre with a 1920's Twist
Thought-provoking exploration of two young people’s search for normality
If you have a penchant for Pinter – well worth a visit!
Orca, a goldfish, stars in this tale of fact and fantasy
Quality internet play is more than chat.
"an intelligent and witty parody"
An energetically performed show by a talented ensemble cast
Halifax. Once part of our industrial heartland. Now a place for a good night out.
An engaging absurdist comedy with a serious point to make
A comic, thought-provoking collection of interwoven stories compellingly performed by a talented ensemble.
A masterly deconstruction of self (un)conscious theatregoing
Gogol updated for the 21st century....with laughs!
A comic whirl-wind of fairytale narrative telling of love and loss
Theatre is not necessarily the best medium for this ghost story.
A young theatre company that oozes enthusiasm and talent.
A sublimely entertaining show: David Greig and National Theatre of Scotland on top of their game
" full of entertaining and witty episodes and intriguing characters"
"a production which combines the best elements of biopic and melodrama."
Solid Chekov, but with little light and shade.
A decent production of a new script that could do with a new ensemble
Play within a Play
" leaves a lingering impression"
Lashings of innuendo, double entendre and hoary old jokes at a rare summer outing for panto.
Well executed emotional drama about loss & reconciliation.
Being in love has never felt so lonely
Beautifully enchanting production by a very talented cast...
An Authentic Recreation of A Bygone Era
Twisted story of broken Britian
A thoughtful play about the limits of human life.