As we reach the final weekend of the Edinburgh Fringe 2018 we've assembled our highlights from the festival and tips for those lucky enough to be in Edinburgh this weekend.
Six the Musical, the Times have described it as ‘Hamilton with injection of girl power’ it’s coming to the West End next week and it’s a glorious retelling of history from Henry VIII’s wives.
Electrolyte at Pleasance Dome, gig theatre that is genre busting and heartbreaking on the subject of mental health. This show is sure to have further life, book tickets, bring your friends and witness something very special.
Extinguished Things by Molly Taylor at Summerhall - beautiful monologue on the traces we leave behind when we die, quietly powerful and a fantastic performance.
Trojan Horse by Lung Theatre, brilliant piece inspired by verbatim accounts of the Birmingham Trojan Horse Affair. Winner of a Stage Award and the Amnesty Freedom if Expression Award.
Nigel Slater’s Toast is a gorgeous celebration of food in a very moving and nostalgic production which is stylish and heartwarming.
Underground Railroad Game - theatre that demands to be seen, shocking and challenging, this is transferring to the Soho Theatre in September.
Our final tip is Wrecked a stunningly acted immersive performance that invites audience members into a car moments after it is crashed. It's a 45 minute show playing at Gilded Balloon at the Museum.