The Scotsman / August 24, 2017

Love +/ BlackCatfishMusketeer

Edinburgh Festival Fringe: Playing in rotation with one another, these new plays by Dublin-based theatre company Malaprop each explore the human impact of new technologies in a manner that is as entertaining as it is in tune with the way in which our understanding of love is changing in the 21st century.

The Scotsman / August 24, 2017

Give Me Your Love

How does Zack get out of his box? The treatment of mental illness is explored by Ridiculusmus.

The Scotsman / August 24, 2017

Fringe displays great ethnic diversity

At the Scotsman Fringe Awards tomorrow morning, the performer Apphia Campbell is set to perform the song Wannabe Free, from her award-winning show, Woke. It’s sung by her character Ambrosia, a naive US university student, a delightful dreamer whose story draws us along with her. Ambrosia is “lovely, she wants to be a singer, take

The Scotsman / August 24, 2017

Now is perfect time to launch Mental Health Fringe Awards

The Mental Health Fringe Award shortlist has been announced with two of the seven being Summerhall shows. Congratulations Give Me Your Love and Amy Conway's Super Awesome World and good luck tomorrow.

August 23, 2017


The Amnesty Freedom of Expression Award Shortlist has been announced and we are delighted to announce two Summerhall shows are on the list- congratulations salt. and What if I Told You.

August 23, 2017

Nominees for The Filipa Bragança Award announced

Summerhall performances include two of the four nominees for the brand new The Filipa Bragança Award, which recognises the best female solo performance by an emerging artist on the fringe.

The Stage / August 23, 2017

Six years after its launch Summerhall is my pick for venue of the fringe

What has happened at Summerhall? During my nine-day stint at Edinburgh this year more than half the shows I saw were somewhere in the venue (if you strip out the Edinburgh International Festival and the still mostly mandatory Traverse Theatre), and had I more time I would have seen many more productions there. This may

Edinburgh49 / August 22, 2017

A Girl and a Gun

A greatly rewarding hour of insight and grace for cinephiles, feminists, and iconoclasts everywhere.

The Times / August 22, 2017


If there were awards for best Fringe costume I’d expect the one that Mamoru Iriguchi designed for this charming and funny children’s show to be on the shortlist.

The Stage / August 21, 2017

Nilaja Sun win Stage award for Pike St performance

Congratulations to Nilaja Sun for winning a Stage award for her fantastic performance in Pike St.

Ed Fest Mag / August 21, 2017

Velvet Petal: Bedroom

Velvet Petal: Bedroom celebrates youth and beauty through a mesmerising ever changing contemporary dance performance with a thumping electro pop soundtrack.

Broadway Baby / August 21, 2017

5 Soldiers

Nestled in the artsy comfort of the Fringe bubble, it is all too easy to forget about the murmurings – or in some cases, bellowings – of war that have been thrown back and forth across our doorstep this past month.

The Reviews Hub / August 21, 2017


It’s been a while since Shakespeare asked us to ponder “what’s in a name?” but these and other questions take new shape in Heather.

The Stage / August 21, 2017

Stand by

"The job is fucked." The phrase rings through Adam McNamara's four-handed Scottish police drama Stand By like a refrain.

EdFestMag / August 21, 2017

Black Mountain

Trying to fix their relationship, Paul and Rebecca visit a mountain top lodge, escaping the reality of their own life after Paul has had an affair with a woman named Helen

The Scotsman / August 21, 2017

Locus Amoenus

Edinburgh Festival Fringe: Spread across rows of empty seats, two men and a woman sit on a train. Known simply as 1, 2 and 3, they’re on the kind of mundane journey many of us do all the time.

Musical Theatre Review / August 21, 2017

Shortlist revealed for Musical Theatre Review’s Best Musical Award at Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Old Stock shortlisted for Musical Theatre Review’s inaugural Best Musical Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

The Stage / August 21, 2017


Cass is a writer who has lost her voice and can't get out of the bathtub. Her mother has just died and she needs to deliver the eulogy, but she's warring with herself over what to say

Three Weeks / August 20, 2017

Pike St

Nilaja Sun hits the stage with all the force of the hurricane that’s about to hit the Pike Street residents.

The Scotsman / August 20, 2017

No Show

The snazzy costumes and smiling faces are all present and correct, but right from the start there’s something off-kilter about this circus show.