Wonder Fools have revived their intriguing two-hander The Coolidge Effect about the insidious effect of pornography, for an audio, lockdown production that actively enhances the intimacy of the original.
Gripping: Adam McNamara’s outstanding Stand By profoundly examines the relationship between four officers amidst the unpredictable rhythms of life on the job.
It’s hot. Real hot. And you’re dancing, just lost in music. You’re at the legendary Shrine nightclub in Lagos, where Afrobeat star Fela Kuti is king. It’s 1994. And it’s hot. Sweat is just pouring off you, no longer in little trickles but soaking through your clothes.
The world premiere of a new play by David Crook, a one-time market hedge fund manager, is opening at Edinburgh’s Traverse this week for a strictly limited three-night run. Thom Dibdin speaks to its creator to understand how “periodically abandon our reason”.
Multi-layered: Ambitious, lively and unsettling, Expensive Shit by Adura Onashile at the Traverse has important things to say.