edinburgh fringe 2022

The Week on Stage at Edinburgh Fringe: From Blanket Ban to She/Her

A guide to the week’s theatre at the world’s biggest arts festival

Sunday 14 August 2022 06:30 BST
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<p>Clockwise from top left: ‘Blanket Ban’, ‘Half Empty Glasses’, ‘She/Her’, ‘Feeling Afraid As If Something Terrible Is Going To Happen'</p>

Clockwise from top left: ‘Blanket Ban’, ‘Half Empty Glasses’, ‘She/Her’, ‘Feeling Afraid As If Something Terrible Is Going To Happen'

It’s that time of year when critics rarely get to see daylight: the Edinburgh Fringe is back.

The world’s biggest arts festival is now in full swing, celebrating its 75th year as well as a return to normality after the pandemic.

This week, Fergus Morgan gives his verdict on four of the Fringe’s biggest theatre shows, from a Fleabag-esque one-man show to a docu-play about abortion law.

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