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Review: Small War

The excitment, despair and futility of war are laid bare in Valentijin Dhaenens Small War.

Karen Bussell | WhatsOnStage

Up For Something Entirely Different? Try Shunt

Describing The Boy Who Climbed Out Of His Face is quite a challenge. Have you ever fallen asleep in front of the TV only to wake up, disorientated, at 4am to find some bizarre programme flashing confusingly before your eyes, and after you finally drag...

Londonist | Ruth Hargreaves

'People are quick to shut down conversations about masculinity'

Chris Goode's controversial one-man play Men in the Cities explores the anxieties facing men in modern Britain. Yiannis Baboulias speaks to him at the Edinburgh Festival.

The Telegraph | Yiannis Baboulias

The Boy Who Climbed Out of His Face, Greenwich Jetty, London

This typically unnerving experience from experimental theatre company Shunt takes place in a claustrophobic labyrinth of shipping containers

Financial Times | Harriet Fitch Little

Phill Jupitus, Sara Pascoe, Jonathan Glazer on Lauren Bacall, Chef

John Wilson reports from the Edinburgh Fringe as he talks to comedian Phill Jupitus about about his love of art and drawing, which has inspired his new Edinburgh Fringe event Sketch Comic.

BBC Front Row | John Wilson

Simon Callow in Juvenalia: a major misjudgment Edinburgh festival 2014 review

Callow's dinner-jacketed jog through the writings of the classical poet and grump can't compete with the more vibrant satire on show all over the festival.

Lyn Gardner | The Guardian

Review: Brazouka (Edinburgh Fringe)

This dance, physical theatre and circus story is "as interesting as a flick through a home carpentry manual".

Michael Coveney | WhatsOnStage

Edinburgh 2014 review: KlangHaus weirdly wonderful performance art

Staged in a former animal hospital, animation and illusion combine in a captivating gig-cum-theatrical show.

Lyn Gardner | The Guardian

Review: Product (Edinburgh Fringe)

Mark Ravenhill's punchy Hollywood satire is revived starring Olivia Poulet.

Theo Bosanquet | WhatsOnStage