‘As You Like It’ is one of those Shakespeare plays that has eluded me and Sedos Theatre’s production was perhaps the best way to be introduced to this play.
The Tempest is a play about magic and mystery - the soul and the nature of performance - believed by many to be Shakespeare’s last ever play, thus signalling his farewell to the …
Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray is the ultimate novel about art and performance, the struggle between fantasy and pleasure, closeted homosexuality and the price of beaut…
Tricity Vogue gets her kicks from having somebody strum her ukulele that sits on top of her head.
The six players that make up the Milk Monitors attempt to bring to life those Jane Austen novels which history has forgotten.
A wave of all-male a cappella groups has come to the forefront, appearing in all manner of reality shows including Britain’s Got Talent, which last year featured the Oxford group…
The classic myth of Orpheus and Eurydice is given a modern twist in Sarah Ruhl’s adaptation, here performed by UCLU Runaground.
Everything about this production of The Talented Mr Ripley saw Oxford High School, as part of the American High School Theatre Festival, excels.
Louise Ford and Yasmine Akram have a sense of warmth about them that means you can’t help but like them.
Billy Fisher is young and idealistic, constantly searching for something better for himself and dreaming of a job beyond his undertaker’s office.
DeadBadger comprises of Jimbo Dryden and Mathew Lloyd who aim to entertain with a series of sketches, with mixed success.
On walking in to the theatre to see The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, I was handed a programme.
Fun Bags are four very funny women.
Double Edge’s Almost Nothing to Do with Frogs is a witty modern interpretation, and sometimes parody, of the Ancient Greek play The Frogs by Aristophanes.
Courage Performers, a youth performing arts club from Wiltshire, presents a very strong rendition of the Shakespeare classic ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ with a Second World W…
It’s Grimm Up North presents a Fringe first through the medium of animated comedy: simply playing just under an hour’s worth of television, what would amount to the first two e…
Jonathan Prager’s performance is a mixture of spoken anecdotes and original songs with both lyrics and score written by himself and performed with accompaniment from Ben, his ver…
Cancer Time is a special piece of theatre.
General Silliness Productions transports their audience to Venice using the sixteenth-century Italian style of Commedia dell’arte.
The Hen and Chickens theatre is located above a pub on a bustling roundabout in North London; an apt setting for a play set in one room detailing an eventful evening spent by three…
Brunton Theatre is far away.
Chris Corcoran and Elis James aka Mr Chairman and Rex Jones, the Caretaker, invite you to join them (and the third mystery comedian who remains un-credited) at the committee meetin…
Michael and Finn are two young boys who, through the mediums of prose and physical theatre, take the audience into the world of a young man named Jack.
Dave Levinsohn and Loyiso Gola are billed as South Africa’s premier comedians, and Barely Legal does not disappoint as a platform to bring both these talented men together.
Andy Day, of Cbeebies fame, and Mike James deserve a standing ovation for their efforts to save parents from having to entertain their children on a rainy Sunday morning in Edinbur…
Me Before Marilyn is the untold story of Norma Jean Baker.
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