Review: The Girl Who Loved Stalin Aug22

Review: The Girl Who...

Campfire Stories Theatre Company Until 26th August 2007 theSpace @ Jury’s Inn (Venue 260) ​ (3 / 5) A dating agency for dictators may sound far fetched, but even Boris Yeltsin the first president of The Russian Federation is signing up in hope of securing a date. Unfortunately he...

Review: The Marriage of Kim K Aug18

Review: The Marriage...

Arcola Theatre C, Chambers Street, Edinburgh until ​ August 28th (3 / 5) It begins very promisingly with electro-infused pop which segues into the famous overture from Mozart’s le nozze di figaro… people crawl forward to the edge of their seats. However, this ambitious fusion of...

Review: Deadline Aug26

Review: Deadline

The Let Go Theatre Co Greenside @ Infirmary Street until August 27th (3 / 5) Deadline is a microcosm of this millennium’s university graduates, who place importance on their social network and seem to move towards inevitable self-destruction amidst a devastated economy and saturated globe. A...

Review: The Necessity of Atheism Aug06

Review: The Necessit...

theSpace @ Surgeons Hall until August 20th (3 / 5)   The Necessity of Atheism is impressive and witty new writing from historian, author and playwright Sean Lang which follows the story of Percy Shelley’s expulsion from Oxford University for the publication of his inflammatory...

Review: Lifted Aug06

Review: Lifted

theSpace @ Surgeons Hall until August 27th (3 / 5)   Written by Sara Shaarawi and Henry Bell, Lifted is a well-observed dark comedy seen through the eyes of a Muslim Fifer who is picked up and detained without trial for questioning regarding a potential or actual terror attack. Trouble...