It was an interesting prospect to
write about Dame Diana Rigg’s Edinburgh Fringe debut (at the age of
seventy-six), in which she muses on the role of the theatre critic.
Canadian comic Mae Martin is workshopping a new show at this year’s Fringe, using the audience as guinea pigs to try out some new material.
Jen Brister is cynical, apathetic and demotivated.
Hysterically funny, slightly weird and yet highly enjoyable, Hold for
Three Seconds is a new comedy about three strangers trapped in a lift on
the thirty-second floor of a buildi…
Death always makes us think about life.
Sabrina Mahfouz’s talent as a poet shines through in her latest play, Chef, and Jade Anouka gives a stunning performance in the titular role of this one-woman piece.
Coming out is a life-changing experience.
A recent move into a posher area of town provided the
inspiration for Zoe Lyons’ brilliant new show, which is based on snobbery,
class and Lyons’ own worry that she doesn’t…
An epic march through Paris searching for the grave of someone called Jean-Paul Satre just to please an ex-girlfriend is one of the many very funny and brilliantly recounted tales …
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