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Fringe 2023: Pitch

If you’d told me a month ago that I would be going to watch a play entirely about football, I wouldn’t have believed it. But like so many people, I…

Fringe 2023: When We Died

Plays exploring themes of sexual violence against women are becoming increasingly common, especially on the one woman show circuit over Edinburgh Fringe. This fact is both a blessing a curse:…

Fringe 2023: Slash

As a retired One Direction Wattpad fan fiction writer, Slash was one of the first plays on my list this Edinburgh Fringe. New York duo Leah Hennessey and Emily Allan…

Fringe 2023: The Death and Life of All of Us

“Have you ever met an Italian Jew?… Have you ever felt lost, lonely, or unsupported?… Have you ever felt like somebody’s secret?” Upon entering the Demonstration Room at Summerhall, you…

Fringe 2023: Top of the World

Every year theSpace champions brand new talent to the fringe, and this year is no exception. Top of the World is a two-hander written by Fabien O’Farrell (Bye Bye Baby)…

Fringe 2023: JM Coetzee’s Life and Times of Michael K

Tony award-winning Handspring Puppet Company, who reached new heights last year with giant puppet, Little Amali, walking from the Turkish-Syrian border to Manchester, is at this year’s Fringe, in a…

Interview: with Muireann Kelly for Scotties

“Identifying the things we have in common rather than the things that are different about us,” is the phrase which resonates most with me after an open and insightful exchange…

EUSOG’s ‘Oliver!’

Compared with the claustrophobia of Bedlam, Pleasance Theatre offers a certain luxury of space, heating and opportunity for orchestra which most student spectators are likely unaccustomed to. Yet, the promise…