One-man show: Men in the Cities

Men in the Cities – reviews of 'powerful but despairing' show

Hot Ticket Thu 21 Aug, AT 07:38

Story-teller Chris Goode explores the dark side of modern masculinity in his 'mesmerising' show

James Acaster in tricksy comedy Recognise

Hot ticket: James Acaster's tricksy comedy Recognise

Hot Ticket Tue 19 Aug, AT 07:50

Critics tip Acaster's 'superbly controlled' new show for the Edinburgh Comedy Award

Every Brilliant Thing

Every Brilliant Thing wows Edinburgh Fringe

Hot Ticket Mon 18 Aug, AT 08:10

One-man play about child with depressed mother steers clear of mawkishness and delights critics

Jez Butterworth's The Winterling

The Winterling – reviews of Butterworth's 'twisted thriller'

Hot Ticket Thu 14 Aug, AT 07:40

An 'exhilarating' revivial of Jez Butterworth's 2006 gangster tale with a hint of Pinter

The stars of Rona Munro's trilogy of plays

The James Plays reviews – 'an astonishing achievement'

Hot Ticket Wed 13 Aug, AT 07:32

An enchanting trilogy illuminates the reigns of three little-known Scottish monarchs

Bridget Christie's An Ungrateful Woman

Bridget Christie reviews – a 'pretty much flawless' show

Hot Ticket Tue 12 Aug, AT 07:32

'Edgily funny' stand-up show An Ungrateful Woman heralds comic's return to Edinburgh

My Night with Reg

My Night with Reg - reviews of 'wickedly funny' gay comedy

Hot Ticket Mon 11 Aug, AT 07:55

A 'superb' revival of Elyot's sharp-witted modern classic about love and death

One-man multimedia stage show SmallWar

SmallWar - reviews of 'poetic' multimedia show about war

Hot Ticket Wed 6 Aug, AT 07:38

Belgian theatre-maker's stark, gripping solo show explores the fall-out of war

'Thrilling' slavery musical Dessa Rose

Dessa Rose - reviews of 'thrilling' slavery musical

Hot Ticket Tue 5 Aug, AT 07:38

Cynthia Erivo 'sensational' in moving musical about a friendship between a slave and a plantation owner

The Nightmares of Carlos Fuentes

The Nightmares of Carlos Fuentes – reviews of Iraqi play

Hot Ticket Mon 4 Aug, AT 07:38

Black comedy about an Iraqi refugee trying to escape his past is 'witty, topical and devastating'

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