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A Feminist’s Guide to the Festivals: A dozen more Fringe shows worth investigating (in time order)
In our final “pick of the Fringe” blog, here are the rest of the shows that caught our eye but didn’t fit them theme of any of the other hit lists.
A Feminist’s Guide to the Festivals: Fringe shows about blood, sex and bodies (in time order)
From femininity to fertility, menstruation to infantilisation, no topic is off-limits in this eclectic selection of shows about bodies.
A Feminist’s Guide to the Festivals: Fringe shows about masculinity (in time order)
Masculinity is a hot topic at this year’s Fringe, so here’s our round-up of shows exploring it from all different angles.
A Feminist’s Guide to the Festivals: Pick of the Free Fringe (in time order)
Fancy a fix of feminist-friendly theatre and comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe, but on a tight budget? No problem!
The idea of jury duty has lost its appeal
I’VE always wanted to be on a jury. As I popped my ticket in the hat at Jury Play – an immersive theatre production being staged in Edinburgh – I crossed my fingers. By the end, just two hours and 20 minutes later, I had come to realise I should be more careful what I wish for.
Edinburgh Fringe: Reflections on the outstanding Mr Incredible
Camilla Whitehill’s superb monologue about a doomed relationship, impeccably performed by Alistair Donegan, deserves a wide audience beyond the Fringe.