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Review: A Very Crypto Christmas

Before entering Summerhall to see Adrenalism Theatre’s A Very Crypto Christmas, one may ask oneself: how can Christmas be crypto? The answer to this question is what Warren and Stew,…

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: Woodhill

It is hard to stress enough the gravitas of this performance. A dynamically choreographed dance show to a verbatim, spoken word backing that explores the first-hand experiences of three members…

Review: Circular Seas at Summerhall

Circular Seas is a collection of works by artist Jamie Johnson. Taking inspiration from urban green spaces and his residency at Cove Park, Johnson created these works in reflection of…

Review: I Hate It Here

“How are we doing guys?” an overly excited woman in a cheap grey business suit greets me at the door of the Red Lecture Theatre in Summerhall. I’m slightly confused…

Reconfiguring the Nude: A review of Summerhall’s Life Class

My flatmate and I have been intermittently attending the Reconfigure life drawing class at Summerhall since the start of this academic year. It was her suggestion, to try out something…

Out of Sight Out of Mind

CW: Mental health Interview with Pam, the Arts as Advocacy Manager, and Elspeth, one of the founders and original planning group members. Unfiltered. Community. Human. These are the words that…

EHFM’s Third Birthday — Review

Venue: Summerhall – Secret Courtyard Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ For several years now Summerhall has been the beating heart of Edinburgh’s arts scene. One of the top arts venues during the Fringe,…