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Aug 2018
Composed somewhat in the postmodern tradition of the Wooster Group et al, this piece doesn’t follow a clear linear narrative but presents a collage of related fragments in a mixture of styles. It is...

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12
Aug 2018
Circus Hub is in its fourth year at the Fringe, and in my umpteenth year here in Edinburgh in August, I spend my first afternoon of reviewing duties ensconced here on the Meadows, seeing...

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12
Aug 2018
As a 90s teenage grunger who legitimately held a memorial party for Kurt Cobain’s death in suburban Kent, inexplicably tie-dyed all of her clothes orange, and lost both her shoes and her dignity at...

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12
Aug 2018
Kids? No kids? Kids? No kids? How to decide? Some of us don’t exactly decide – while we are chopping and changing our minds daily, we suddenly find ourselves pregnant, as if God or...

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12
Aug 2018
The stage space is surrounded by a small wall of tiny cardboard boxes, each with a painted letter in a strange alphabet. The likeable and friendly presence of performer Katherina Radeva gently greets the...

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