August 2016

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Nina Conti: In Your Face

Nina Conti surprises no one by mastering a sell out show. Amy Gibbons reviews

Suicide Squad Review: Take Two

Coco Clements is disappointed in the handling of Harley Quinn and the unsatisfying Suicide Squad

Festival Diary 2016: Leeds Festival Review – Disclosure, Foals, Chvrches + more

Munisha Lall reviews Die Antwoord, Russell Howard, Chvrches, and most importantly, Foals

Why I, as a socialist, can no longer support Corbyn

Corbyn has a questionable press record, dodgy parliamentary standards, and his policies are not truly socialist

Suicide Squad Review: Take One

Julia Callahan offers her take on Suicide Squad and the audience response. She’s no fan of Amanda Waller

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Ears on a Beatle

The Lost Boys and Derby Live delve into the secrets of John Lennon’s FBI files to fascinating effect. Amy Gibbons reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: 4D Cinema

Mamoru Iriguchi blurs the line between theatre and film. Munisha Lall reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Showstopper!: The Improvised Musical

This year’s Showstopper! lives up to high expectations. Munisha Lall reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: F*cking Men

King’s Head Theatre impress with an honest, thought-provoking production. Amy Gibbons reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Police Cops

The Pretend Men create the perfect all-American cop movie spoof. Amy Gibbons reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Eurohouse

Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas prove perfecting simplicity can make for captivating theatre. Amy Gibbons reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Rose Matafeo is Finally Dead

Rose Matafeo is energetic, imaginative and very, very funny. Amy Gibbons reviews