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EIF Review: Life is a Dream ****

Michael Cox reviews a production that 'impresses and entertains'.

EIF Reviews: Round-up

Michael Cox reviews As Far As Possible, Dimanche and The Threepenny Opera.

Fringe Review: OommoO ***

Michael Cox reviews a compelling one-woman show.

Fringe Reviews: Round-Up #1

Michael Cox reviews After the Act, Bloody Elle, Havana Street Party, Lightening Ridge, Concerned Others and Stuntman.

EIF Review: Trojan Women ****

Michael Cox reviews 'an excellent production'.

EIF Review: FOOD ***

Michael Cox reviews 'a fun night out'.

Fringe Review: Adults ***

Michael Cox reviews a production that has potential but 'is a let down'.

Fringe Review: The Grand Old Opera House Hotel ****

Michael Cox reviews a production that 'just might end up being the funniest, heartfelt winner of this festival season'.

Fringe Review: Sean and Daro Flake It 'Til They Make It ***

Michael Cox reviews a production that is 'consistently funny with a touch of pathos'.

EIF Review: Dusk ***

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

Fringe Review: No Love Songs ****

Michael Cox reviews a 'highly entertaining' production.

Fringe Review: Heaven ****

Michael Cox reviews a production filled 'with wit, humour and heart'.

Fringe Review: Lie Low ***

Michael Cox reviews a production 'perfectly good production' that has 'an excellent performance'.

Dance Review: We Are Monchichi ***

Jo Turbitt reviews a piece that has 'lots of interesting ideas' that 'are not fully explored or utilised'.

Dance Review: Samsara *****

Jo Turbitt reviews a piece that's 'expertly simple and yet crafted with complexity'.

Dance Review: Coppelia *****

Jo Turbitt reviews 'an intriguing and compelling piece' by Scottish Ballet.

I'm F*cking My Agent ****

Yvonne Paterson reviews 'a production that is highly recommended and not to be missed'.

Wayne Marshall Plays Gershwin *****

Jo Turbitt reviews 'an evening of phenomenal music, musicianship and melodies' that proved to be 'a monumental evening'.

Festival Review: HEAR WORD! ****

Joy Watters reviews a production that 'makes its points honestly and engagingly'.

Festival Review: Red Dust Road ***

Joy Watters reviews a theatrical staging 'that stumbles in making the journey from original memoir to play'.

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