If you're heading up, I would like to whole-heartedly recommend Orphans by Dennis Kelly at the Traverse (though you'll have to fight for a ticket) and My Name is Sue by Dafydd James and Ben Lewis, at the Pleasance Courtyard. My Name is Sue was so good we saw it twice - Orphans was so good that I don't think I could bear seeing it again.

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Comment by Kevin Lewis on August 17, 2009 at 11:23
Have to agree with you - Orphans was brilliant - particularly considering we saw it at 10.15 in the morning - the worst for wear from the night before - it cleared the hangover and exhilarated us - three fantastic actors - a thrilling script that captured the spirit of the times and raised all sorts of awkward uncomfortable questions - unobtrusive yet tight direction - steal or murder someone to get a ticket!!!
Comment by Tom Cullen on August 16, 2009 at 19:09
Love Dennis Kelly, LOVE him.
Comment by Alexander Vlahos on August 13, 2009 at 22:39
I saw My name is Sue at Latitude. Brilliant stuff!
Comment by Catherine Paskell on August 13, 2009 at 15:34
Great! My Name is Sue was already on my Edinburgh Hit List! Going up last week of August, so hopefully will have lots of things to report back on too x

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