Truth’s A Dog Must Kennel – Lyceum Theatre

Written by Tim Crouch Directed by Karl James and Andy Smith ★★★★★ It’s an odd feeling, writing your career obituary. But elements of writer and performer Tim Crouch’s Truth's A Dog Must Kennel undoubtedly conjures a more morose feeling of the Fringe’s (and Theatres) return and future – one of apprehension and squandered opportunity. One … Continue reading Truth’s A Dog Must Kennel – Lyceum Theatre

Two Fingers Up – Summerhall

Written & Directed by Seón Simpson and Gina Donnelly ★★★★ Previously a part of Summerhall’s online Fringe in 2021, SeónSimpson and Gina Donnelly’s production makes an in-person appearance – and by Jesus, was this worth the wait. Uncompromising, unapologetic, and unfiltered, Two Fingers Up grabs audiences by the unmentionables and shakes their understanding (or lack) of sex, pleasure, … Continue reading Two Fingers Up – Summerhall

Ghost Therapy – ZOO Playground

Written & Directed by Jaz Skingle ★★★ Do you suffer from low self-esteem? Addiction troubles? Perhaps you have a complex relationship with your family who treat you as something opaque, not quite there. Or maybe, just maybe, you have an irrational fear of feathery fowl. It might please you to know that in death, these … Continue reading Ghost Therapy – ZOO Playground

This Is Paradise – Traverse Theatre

Written by Michael John O’Neill Directed by Katherine Nesbitt ★★★★★ The determination to maintain an intimate monologue to the level This Is Paradise offers is a rare feat of theatre. Even the most prolific monologue pieces suffer their ebb and flow of quality. But not this. Michael John O’Neill’s scipt is something remarkable. Upon the request of … Continue reading This Is Paradise – Traverse Theatre

Dreams of the Small Gods – Summerhall

Performed & Created by Zinnia Oberski ★★★ This is the story of awakening: the awakening of something raw, unaware, and unfiltered, that of a Wild Woman. The soil beneath her feet is not the foundation of her journey, however, instead progressing through this new world, and her body through movement to explore her aerial surroundings, … Continue reading Dreams of the Small Gods – Summerhall