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Dance Review: Rambert 2017 tour

Jo Turbitt reviews the latest tour by the renowned company.

Review: COAL *****

Jo Turbitt reviews a production that has 'sensitivity, brutality and gumption'.

Festival Review: Rain ****

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a production 'performed with outstanding technical virtuosity'.

Festival Review: Netherlands Dans Theatre--2017 *****

Jo Turbitt reviews 'a fantastic programme of delicious dance'.

Festival Review: Late Night Lip Service ****

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a 'raunchy' cabaret that hits all the right buttons.

Festival Review: Blak, Whyte, Gray ***

Jo Turbitt reviews a production that has a lot to say but feels a little underwhelming.

Festival Review: Paris de Nuit *****

Jo Turbitt reviews 'a cocktail of seduction, sensitivity, laughter and sorrow'.

Festival Review: Dance Base 2017

Jo Turbitt reviews a collection of pieces performing at Dance Base at this year's Festival Fringe.

Dance Review: Danza Contemporanea de Cuba ****

Jo Turbitt reviews a production that 'starts with oomph, goes a bit experimental in the middle and then goes out with a bang'.

Dance Review: Rambert 2016 tour

Jo Turbitt reviews the latest tour from the famed company.

Review: Billy Elliot--the Musical ****

Michael Cox reviews 'a wonderfully staged musical that works a treat'.

Festival Review: Raw ***

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a piece with 'emotive moments'.

Festival Review: The Toad Knew ****

Ashling Findlay-Carroll is 'blown away' by this latest production for the Edinburgh International Festival.

Festival Reviews

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews Dancer and Tessa Waters: Overpromises.

Festival Reviews

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews Scary Shit, Beards Beards Beards and Stories to Tell in the Middle of the Night.

Festival Reviews: Summerhall Reviews

Michael Cox reviews Us/Them, Denton & Me, One Hundred Homes, Hillary Clinton, Blank and (I Could Go On Singing) Over the Rainbow.

Festival Reviews

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews Whiteout, A Plague of Idiots, Faslane and Only Bones.

Festival Reviews: Immersive Theatre

Michael Cox reviews Counting Sheep, World Without Us and Cut.

Festival Review: Natalia Osipova & Guests

Jo Turbitt reviews a production full of stunning talents.

Festival Reviews: Briefs and The Road to Huntsville

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews 'a great night out' and a production that's 'equal parts shocking and straightforward'.

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