Review: Dreamland Aug24

Review: Dreamland

Hyperdrive Theatre Zoo Southside – until August 27th (4 / 5) Dreamland is a frantic and frenetic statement on cut-throat consciousness set against the backdrop of the financial crisis of 2008. The script, the brainchild of Ella Donaldson, who also takes on, with finesse, the role of the...

Review: A Hero of Our Time Aug23

Review: A Hero of Ou...

HUNCHtheatre C Royale – until August 27th (5 / 5) The performance itself is heroic. A Hero of Our Time is a Russian tale of an old-school player who screws over his old bestie in the game of love just because he can… and all for a girl he isn’t even that interested in. In...

Review: Don Juan Aug21

Review: Don Juan

A Slightly Isolated Dog Assembly George Square – until August 27th (4 / 5) Famously french, interactive and entertaining rendering of the famous tale of an old-school player who took it too far. Don Juan travels the land and sea seducing women and leaving them to pine for him. He has no...

Review: Lets Face the Music and Franz Aug17

Review: Lets Face th...

Earnest & Wilde C Royale – until August 27th (3 / 5) A musical romp through the origins of the First World War is not your first thought for a Best Cabaret Award Winner, but that’s exactly what Erik Igelström and Ciadhra McGuire managed to achieve in Adelaide earlier on this...

Review: How to Be a Bad Girl Aug17

Review: How to Be a ...

ERT Records in association with Igarus Theatre Collective Laughing Horse @ The Place (Room) – Venue 532 – until August 26th (4 / 5) A magician of a musician in a most fabulous hat, Brooklyn-based Sabrina Chap makes her Edinburgh debut. How to be a Bad Girl, a captivating cabaret...