Although an aesthetically excellent production, LIT is a play that unfortunately does not manage to establish an emotional engagement and connection with its characters. read more
Our summary of this year's Fringe offerings, the best, most exciting and brightest shining shows and stars that we had the pleasure of reviewing. Though not exhaustive, see which shows our reviewers can't stop thinking about. read more
An overly reverent but fun-filled precisely performed production. The Ruff Guide to Shakespeare steers us through the Bard's life at a rate of knots. read more
Wizard transfers Morpurgo's magical and touching tale from the page to the stage with truly awe-inspiring detail, depth and softness of touch. read more
This miniature black comedy puppet musical is a warm, cosy and intimate show with skilled puppeteering and a wry and farcical script. read more
Utterly gorgeous. The cast of Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs have the perfect mixture of energy and gentleness for a children’s show.