If impersonations are your thing, then the Only Way is Downton is a must-see at this year’s Fringe.
Taking inspiration from Gustave Flaubert’s La Tentation de Saint Antoine, Teatro Cassone’s
production successfully teams Flaubert’s narrative with a Teatro performance
Entering into a world of 1950s dating, Last Chance Romance is a fun hour for any adult.
If you’re after an easy-to-watch family show, then Circus Incognitus may just be what you’re looking for.
Butterfly in Shades of Blue follows two characters through 17
years of their lives; the audience is privy to the life-changing conversations
which occur between the couple.
The opening theme to I Need a Doctor: The Whosical not only
starts the narrative but also identifies the witty, farcical nature of the
Off Track Theatre - UCAS - *** (3
follows five students and
their teacher as they attempt to write personal statements for university.
There are some very charming elements to this show, but for me I felt there was not enough actual dancing for the children.
Children’s dance shows are always difficult to assess, especially if they are only designed for the young.
Tiger Tale is an effective culmination for all the senses; an exquisitely
beautiful story for all ages.
Tamar Broadbent’s All by my Selfie seamlessly combines quick wit
with a beautiful voice.
The Jammy Dodgers Go Underground follows three brothers as they attempt to earn money through
busking, but instead end up in a workhouse.
Bob Martin and Don McKellar’s The Drowsy Chaperone is a musical comedy set in the 1920’s and was initially written as a comic stag gift before being altered into a full length…
The students from Music Theatre Warwick join a hoard of performers hoping to entertain at the Fringe with an improvised musical.
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