Angus Munro and band offer you a medley of ‘Hipster’ songs reimagined as 20th Century Jazz classics.
This is a pleasant little show which deserves a bigger audience.
Watching beatboxing is fun for most of us in the same way that watching acrobatics is – it’s the enjoyment that comes from thinking ‘I could never do this in a million years�…
Nick Harper is a great guitarist and a good singer, but a middling lyricist.
A brief introduction to Ryan Adams for the uninitiated - he’s a rock/country singer from Carolina who’s released a new album every year or two since the turn of the century; so…
Douglas Kay and Martin Philip of The Sorries are likeable, witty, and talented performers, and they put on a great show here.
We walk down into the stone basement of the Royal Oak; a tiny room, space for a couple of performers and a crowd of about thirty, all crammed in.
The Jazz Bar is packed for this one, and no wonder: this is music you can’t help but tap your feet to.
Ross Leadbeater is an alumnus of the all-male Welsh choir Only Men Aloud!, who won the 2008 television show Last Choir Standing.
Gone Native is made up of two Scottish musicians, Kevin Gore and Bobby Nicholson, who decided that there wasn’t enough of a local presence at the Fringe.
The Red Guitar is, essentially, the story of John Sheldon’s life.
Out of the Blue are something of a Fringe staple by now.
My Leonard Cohen is, above all, very, very fun.
Yinka Kuitenbrouwer welcomes you into her shed, pours you a cup of tea, gives you a house-shaped biscuit, and the words come out in a torrent.
It’s a strange and unsettling thing being stood stock-still for a few minutes, gazing into a stranger’s eyes.
Strange Face is Michael Burdett’s story; Drake himself is something of a side character.
This is a pretty great show.
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