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Courtney Pauroso: Gutterplum Review

Courtney Pauroso’s clown-play Gutterplum is a lifetime squeezed into an hour. It is about womanhood, sexuality and love throughout a person’s life, delivered in clown-style, sometimes burlesque-like form, that adds…

Kai Samra – Underclass Review

Let’s state the obvious. In the 21st century, almost everybody is desperately trying to be politically correct and socially conscious, bringing to the surface and trying to mend everything that…

Ciarán Dowd: Padre Rodolfo Review

After winning last year’s best newcomer prize in Edinburgh comedy awards, Ciarán Dowd is back, and yes, Don Rodolfo is back with him. But there are radical changes in his…

‘Uncomfortable spooky chill’: Tarot review

Imagine this: it is nearing midnight. Amidst the dark of the Pleasance Attic suddenly three figures burst in, wearing Victorian-style white nightgowns, dance and chant in a ritual of some…

Abishek Majumdar: The Djinns of Eidgah review

Kashmir has been torn between the claims of two nuclear giants, India and Pakistan. Consequently, Kashmir, whose legal status is still undisputed, is the single most militarized region in the…

Bryony Kimmings – I’m a Phoenix, Bitch

Before you consider seeing I’m a Phoenix, Bitch, you must brace yourself: this show is truly beautiful, but not easy to watch. The one-woman musical is a blade-cut into the…

The Silliad: Improvised Myths and Legends review

The Silliad: Improvised Myths and Legends, performed by James Haikney, Alex Hiscock and Zack Sizer is a remarkably ingenious show. The idea is simple. First, at the beginning of each…

#YouthChange4Climate in Edinburgh, a demonstration attended by thousands

After the climate change demonstrations organised by the UK Student Climate Network (UKSCN) on February 15, another strike was scheduled for the March 15. Joined by millions across the world,…