‘Come in girls, sit anywhere you like.
A black studio space devoid of furniture, with the exception of a table and two chairs, is a space that does little to inform an audience of a play’s context, plot or characters.
With such an unusual name it may be hard for a show such as ‘Bubblewrap and Boxes’ to stand out.
On a grey yet promising day in the middle of the Fringe I found myself queuing outside the Pleasance Courtyard, being greeted by a young man in overalls displaying an almost indece…
Lysistrata, originally by Aristophanes, is preceded by its reputation.
With a flyer covered in swastikas and a name guaranteed to raise eyebrows, audiences may feel they know what to expect when sitting down for this one woman show.
Knowing little of what to expect from Tokyo Trilogy other than a collection of old Japanese stories, one could be forgiven for struggling to keep up with the modern, fast moving, a…
Subverting the stereotype of Punch and Judy puppetry, the English seaside, light-hearted entertainment, fun for all the family, Tea Break Theatre’s production of the classic duo is…
‘Woof woof here we go, it’s the Hairy Maclary show!’ This was the enthusiastic and warm musical welcome I received as I stumbled into the theatre faced by the sight of the entire t…
Having been ushered onto the top deck of a bus, itself a surreal beginning to a show experience, I was unsure what to expect from ‘Stand Up, Woman.
The reputation of Steve Jobs, Apple and all its associates precedes this show.
Giddy by name and giddy by nature.
A historic and unimaginably terrible disaster, ethereally beautiful puppetry and a fable of childhood innocence in a world of war.
Crammed into one of the tiniest Fringe venues I have ever seen are three girls, in three separate scenarios.
A black box space, one woman, a percussionist and a backing track.
If anyone knows little about Martin Dockery and this performance beforehand, a Fringe-goer can be forgiven for being a little unprepared for the chaos and tumult that is Martin Doc…
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