Fringe folk, I’ve been where you are.
He promises that next year he’ll bring his comedy show to the Fringe, but right now Ricky Tomlinson has serious matters to discuss.
Sometimes the best moments in live theatre are those that happen unexpectedly.
There is no shortage of solo shows about valiant teachers.
Killing most of an hour, and murder to sit through, The Ted Bundy Project does bait-and-switch on its audience.
The events reflected in Dawn State Theatre Company’s The Wonderful Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster happened in 1612, roughly 80 years before the Salem witch trial…
Out she comes, toes pointed, slim legs scissoring the air, arms pressed stiffly to her sides.
Wealth and fame haven’t yet been bestowed on young Irish comedian Cormac Friel.
If you’re living right, this could happen to you.
‘This will be as true as I can make it.
As a career move, dying was the savviest option for Jimmy Savile.
Do you like weird and impenetrable absurdist drama? The kind of play that seems to bend time with its slowness? Do you find pleasure in watching characters say meaningless things t…
There’s niche and then there’s the niche of the niche.
For some of us among ‘the olds,’ the Beatles provided the lush soundtrack of our lives.
Go ahead and sip the gunpowder green tea poured into dainty cups by Tom Barnes and Matt Wilks, the handsome, engaging young performers of The Litvinenko Project.
The sweet and earnestly acted production of Tom Wells’ The Kitchen Sink at The Space @Surgeons’ Hall depicts a young Hull family whose emotions run hot and cold.
In her khaki jumpsuit and ponytail, writer-actor Rebecca Crookshank looks like a cute suburban 30-something.
In his softly accented English, German photographer Volker Gerling introduces you to unforgettable faces in his quiet but compelling Portraits in Motion.
As roommates, young London singletons Zoe and Ruth are as mismatched as Peep Show’s Mark and Jeremy.
In posh Manhattan restaurant-ese, the phrase “fully committed” means “really, really full for the next two months, so don’t even try for a table.
Best word to describe Bruce, a show built entirely around a block of yellow sponge: Absorbing.
Written and performed by Noni Townshend, The Effects of Solitude unfolds with a disarming serenity.
Why go to the trouble of raising the funds and making the trip to the International Collegiate Theatre Festival, only to present plays nobody back home would want to see, much less…
Every serious actor wants to do his Hamlet.
The four filthy tramps in The Titanic Orchestra are waiting in vain for a train, not Godot, in a play by Bulgarian playwright Hristo Boytchev, who tries and fails to emulate Samuel…
A deep familiarity with the beloved UK television star portrayed in the warm and witty solo comedy Victoria Wood + ME isn’t necessary to enjoy the vibrant impersonation of her by…
Winner of Best Cabaret at the 2014 Adelaide Fringe, Sweet Dreams: Songs by Annie Lennox now makes its Edinburgh debut.
“It’s amazing how therapeutic knitting can be,” says one of the three characters in An Illuminating Yarn, a one-act play by Jane Pickthall, produced by Newcastle’s Button Box…
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