Every year since 2014 we have been travelling up to the Scottish capital every August to review the largest arts festival in the world.
This is where all the content we've created over the years gets filed. This Voicebox contains reviews, interviews, opinion pieces and blogs. Enjoy!
A dynamic duo try to deconstruct gender roles in this wild show.
A great hour of music; whether or not you’re a Bond fan.
Georges Méliès work is brought to a new generation.
An inventive journey explored with traditional Shakespearean lines, lots of movement and a modern twist to how the scenes are portrayed.
Passengers is a beautifully directed dark comedy about mental health and the battles within the mind. The educational values and relevance of this performance in today’s society is incredibly high.
Ali and Alpo is a collaboration between Finnish dancer and choreographer Alpo Aaltokoski and Iraqi oud lute musician Ali Alawad.
A production in which the performers are incredibly insync and perfectly in time with the music throughout, there is no room for error in The Desk.
Holt stands in solidarity with the anxious, over thinkers of the world as he tackles confusion and communication. Phrases is fun, eccentric and clever.
This is physical theatre at its best. Fantastic atmosphere, and well executed slapstick comedy.
Nick Helm resurrects his love letter to horror B-movies.
Did anyone actually watch Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls?
Sexy, clever, and exceptionally good fun
It turns out that even big companies struggle with maths
In a special press viewing at theSpace’s Grand Theatre, they showcased some of their best new and upcoming shows.
I for one had never heard of Cora Bissett, but after that performance, I am unlikely to forget her.
Laugh through the pain; that will work, right?
Appropriate is a witty tale of an Irish woman living in the countryside that has you gripped to find out what else could possibly happen in her tales of her dramatic love life.
Beep Boop takes our obsession with screens to the stage.
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