Florence Foster Jenkins was an American amateur opera singer under the impression that she was amazingly talented when actually she was really very bad.
Having never been to a Drag King pageant before I was not entirely sure what to expect from King of the Fringe.
Twenty to Something is a funny, moving and truthful show about student life, university culture and the deeper issues affecting today’s young people.
This colourful, vibrant performance of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was well received by children and adults alike.
Taking place in the dark and historic Old Police Cells Museum, These Precious Hidden Things is a cleverly written and produced piece by The Barefoot Players.
Anna Emerson gives an entertaining performance in her latest show, An Evening with Patti DuPont.
So, Foil, Arms and Hog are my new favourite people.
The Ladyboys of Bangkok is all hyped up.
If you’re looking for some light hearted comedy to pass the time, don’t go to see Sean McLoughlin.
Anna Morris’s new show might be a work in progress but it’s already pretty brilliant.
I can’t stop grinning as I leave the church.
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