4 Top Shows Reviewed For Edinburgh Fringe

The 75th Edinburgh Fringe Festival takes place over three weeks in August and features no less than 4 shows reviewed by our EntsSouthWales team. While Grav and Iniquity (Camwedd) focus on real-life drama, Grandmother’s Closet and An Audience With Milly-Liu combine topical issues with comedy and colour!

Check out our review recommendations and be sure to book your tickets for these great shows!

Gareth J Bale plays Ray Gravell in Grav, written by Owen Thomas and directed by Peter Doran.
Grav by Owen Thomas

Gilded Balloon Patter Hoose – Other Yin
Aug 4-14, 16-21, 23-28 (14:30, 1 Hour)

“Meticulously researched and beautifully portrayed, Grav is a truly special presentation bringing you into the heart of one of Wales all-time greats”

Stuart Broad as Lewis Lewis in Iniquity (Camwedd) which will be performed at the 75th Edinburgh Fringe.
Iniquity (Camwedd)

Greenside @Riddles Court – Thistle Theatre
Aug, 6, 8, 10 & 12 (13:15, 2 Hours)

“The ultimate tribute and a living legacy in the next chapter of the Dic Penderyn story.”

A scene from Grandmother’s Closet starring Luke Hereford.
Grandmother’s Closet

Summerhall – Cairns Lecture Theatre
Aug 4-14, 16-21, 23-28 (12:30, 1 Hour)

“One of the best performances I’ve ever seen for its intimacy, honesty and realism.”

An Audience with Milly-Liu has a Edinburgh Fringe run at the Pleasance (3 – 29 August).
An Audience With Milly-Liu

Pleasance Courtyard – The Attic
Aug 3-9, 11-14, 16-21, 23-29 (23:00, 1 Hour)

“A seriously enjoyable purr-formance.”

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