Tenderness and humour emerge from a play that challenges a sobering subject
Tightrope Productions' devised piece proves particularly heartfelt at the Edinburgh Fringe.
In film characterisation today, art mimicking reality is not the desired outcome. Instead, art is used as a catalyst for wider representation, to inspire us to reflect on ourselves, to be better.
The audience is left wanting more from the writing at The Oxford Revue's two Fringe shows.
Susannah Goldsbrough reviews two Oxford productions at the Edinburgh Fringe that venture into the world of science fiction: 'Doom's Day' (the OUDS National Tour) and 'Lights Over Tesco Car Park.'
Ian Bonhôte's creation celebrates McQueen’s legacy as a skilled artist and visionary
Horseplay Productions' politically-charged sketch comedy hits comedic targets despite an ambiguous through-line.
An unusually long play for the Edinburgh Fringe sacrifices some clarity in plot to explore the dynamics between complicated women
Ela Portnoy finds the OUDS New Writing Festival winner a source of comic relief at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.
After the cosmic scale of Avengers: Infinity War, Paul Rudd brings Marvel's latest entry back down to size