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Festival Review: The Prisoner ***

Michael Cox reviews a production that's 'far easier to admire than to like'.

Festival Review: Summerhall Round-up 3

Michael Cox reviews The Ballad of the Apathetic Son and his Narcissistic Mother, Extinguished Things, Egg, The Myth of the Singular Moment and Lovecraft (Not the Sex Shop in Cardiff).

Festival Review: Home ***

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a production that starts slow but contains many great moment and an impressive set.

Festival Review: The End of Eddy ****

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a production that engages with its teenage audience.

Festival Review: Ad Libido ****

Michael Cox reviews a production that's very funny but also has a lot of emotional truth.

Festival Review: The Beggar's Opera ***

Michael Cox reviews a production that's 'fun, but isn't the blast of creativity it seems to think it is'.

Festival Review: Square Go ****

Michael Cox reviews a 'terrific' production of a hysterical comedy with dramatic undercurrents.

Festival Review: Angry Alan ****

Michael Cox reviews a production that's 'not an easy watch, but certainly an essential one'.

Festival Review: Bothy Culture *****

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a 'bold and unique' performance.

Festival Review: Summerhall Round-up 2

Michael Cox reviews The Flop, Status, First Snow/Premiere Neige, Famous Puppet Death Scenes and Drive-By Shooting.

Festival Review: The Hidden

Michael Cox looks at the Edinburgh International Book Festival production with Visible Fictions.

Theatre Review: La Maladie de la Mort ***

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a 'problematic' production.

Theatre Review: Tetra-Decathlon ****

Michael Cox reviews a 'great tribute to determination and the human spirit'.

Theatre Review: Everything Not Saved ****

Michael Cox reviews a clever production about memory.

Theatre Review: Trojan Horse ****

Michael Cox reviews an essential production with standout performances.

Theatre Review: You Only Live Forever ****

Michael Cox reviews a production that 'proves irresistible'.

Theatre Review: Chase Scenes ***

Michael Cox reviews a production that has a thought-provoking argument but feels overlong.

Theatre Review: The Aspirations of Daise Marrow ***

Michael Cox reviews a 'nice' production.

Festival Review: Summerhall Round-up 1

Michael Cox reviews Katie and Pip, War With the Newts, Flight, Happy Hour, Erehwon and Closed Doors.

Theatre Review: Briefs--Close Encounters ****

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a production that's 'full of joy from start to finish'.

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