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Theatre Review: Six ****

Scott Purvis reviews an impressive history lesson made for the age of Hamilton.

Review: Motown the Musical ***

Michael Cox reviews a production that should be a winner but is 'a lost opportunity'.

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: 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: Summerhall Round-up 1

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

Festival Review: Jan Tait and the Bear ***

Michael Cox reviews a production that's 'a constant delight'.

Theatre Review: What Girls Are Made Of ***

Michael Cox reviews 'a celebration of the artistic spark.'

Festival Review: Joshua Bell Plays Bruch *****

Jo Turbitt reviews 'an absolutely delightful evening'.

Festival Review: Mitsuko Uchida--2017 *****

Jo Turbitt reviews a brilliant performance, part of this year's Edinburgh International Festival.

Festival Review: Late Night Lip Service ****

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

Festival Review: Paris de Nuit *****

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

Festival Review: Meow Meow's Little Mermaid *****

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a production headlined with a phenomenal performer 'who has poise, charisma and stamina by the bucket load'.

Festival Review: Greek ***

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews 'a punk opera' version of a classic tale.

Festival Review: Nina--A Story About Me and Nina Simone ****

Michael Cox reviews a searing production with a phenomenal central performance.

Theatre Review: The 306--Day

Joy Watters reviews the second part in a trilogy of work looking at the lives of people affected by the 306 men shot for cowardice in WWI.

Review: The Commitments ****

Michael Cox reviews a production that might be thin on plot and character but is rich in 'spine-tingling energy and passion'.

Review: Five Guys Named Moe ***

Michael Cox reviews a production that is 'saved by the excellent music and talented cast'.

Review: Million Dollar Quartet *****

Jo Turbitt reviews a production that 'hits every delicious note' in its depiction of some of rock music's greatest.

Review: The Enchanted Forest--Shimmer ****

Michael Cox reviews a 'poetically beautiful and wonderfully engaging' experience.

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