ED2016 THEATRE

Theatre at Edinburgh Festival 2016

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Check out all our theatre coverage from Edinburgh Festival 2016.


ED2016 THEATRE FEATURES

Three To See on 28 Aug: The Ruby In The Smoke, Bethany Black, We Are Ian
Three To See on 27 Aug: Adler & Gibb, E15, Doug Segal
Three To See on 26 Aug: Brush Theatre, I Who Have Hands More Innocent, Jayde Adams
Three To See on 25 Aug: Hamlet In Bed, Annie Siddons, Guitar Multiverse
Casting Call Woe: Audition nightmares relived
Gideon Irving: From the living rooms of the world to the Edinburgh Fringe
Three To See on 24 Aug: The Marked, Lucy McCormick, Aunty Donna
Shôn Dale-Jones: Hoipolloi and The Duke
Three To See on 23 Aug: Jerry Finnegan’s Sister, Revolt, A Good Clean Heart
Speedy News #04: Chilcot readings, Fringe feuds, more awards
Delia Olam: Finding Tahiri
Three To See on 22 Aug: Grimm An Untold Tale, The Lounge, Knightmare Live
Photo Shoot: Gideon Irving
Three To See on 21 Aug: Superwomen Of Science, Angel by Henry Naylor, The Blind Date Project
Three To See on 20 Aug: Mark Watson, Sh!t Theatre, Margaret Thatcher Queen Of Game Shows
Three To See on 19 Aug: Lucy Porter, The Unknown Soldier, Lolly 2
Three To See on 18 Aug: Susan Calman, Mercury Fur, John Robertson
Recipe Corner: Chopping up some chillies with Clair Whitefield
Guy Masterson: The dos and the don’ts of going solo
Three To See on 16 Aug: Mark Thomas, Glasgow Girls, Royal Vauxhall
Speedy News #03: Awards, controversies and strikes
Three To See on 15 Aug: Rose Matafeo, zazU, Alix In Wundergarten
Three To See on 14 Aug: Gideon Irving, The Glass Menagerie, Two Man Show
Sean Kempton: The horror of audience participation
Three To See on 13 Aug: Baby Wants Candy, All Quiet On The Western Front, Mark Thomas
Afsaneh Gray: What is Britishness?
Three To See on 12 Aug: Mairi Campbell, This Is Not Culturally Significant, Trainspotting
Three To See on 11 Aug: Poggle, Finding Joy, Tomorrow Maybe
Three To See on 10 Aug: Sofie Hagen, Pierre Novellie, Ghost Quartet
Robert Shaw: Inside intelligence on the Fringe’s new play thriller
Holly&Ted: Girl power pond style
Henry Maynard: Darkness and puppets
Sarah Hehir: Zeroing in on zero hours contracts
Lucy Garland: Making a path through the forest
Tim Carlsen: Creating Moko
Three To See 2016: Shows that are something unusual
Three To See 2016: Shows with twins
Three To See 2016: Shows with parental involvement
Three To See 2016: Musicians gone theatrical
Stephen Greer: Your guide to Glasgow at the Fringe
Kid Carpet: Building castles on the Fringe


ED2016 THEATRE REVIEWS