We caught up with improv comedian, Russell Hicks, at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
An incredible and immersive play about six women imprisoned for supposed crimes against society, read: victim blaming.
Utterly brilliant - if we have to leave the EU, at least it has given us Brexit the Musical.
A fun and clever play about Scrabble, words and memory
An impressive performance from the poet laureate
A larger than life show that will make you fall in love with performance poetry
A truly poignant story of one man's experience at the forefront of revolution
An abstract kaleidescope of the worries, issues and horrors that affect the world today.
A physical and beautiful contemporary dance piece which explores gender identity.
An innovative and interesting concept that didn't fully translate to an hour and a half performance.
A vivid and visceral satire about the horrors of Guantanamo Bay
An interesting concept but more awkward than really funny
A one woman play about the experience of abortion, Mission Abort is a courageous and deeply moving show
A touching show about the dangers of an obsession with wellness.
Forbes delights with hilariously simple comedy.
A hilarious and incredibly take on the classic murder mystery
A show about mental health with potential but lacking cohesion.
A touching and beautiful play about grief and isolation.