Review: Kin – Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh

First published in The Times, Saturday August 18 2018

Two Stars

Over the past couple of Fringes, Max Dickins has built a reputation as a master of storytelling theatre and a shape-shifting performer. His new play is something of a departure from his previous acclaimed works, The Trunk and The Man on the Moor, not least because the writer-performer does not appear, instead bequeathing the stage to a couple of his fellow actors.

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