You remember The Canterbury Tales dont you? A group of pilgrims meet in a Southwark tavern, all on pilgrimage to Canterbury, and agree to pass the time by telling each other stor…
Improvisational comedy shows are always a tricky thing to review.
Congratulations to the Exeter University Theatre Company for this production which allows the emotion to bubble just under the surface without allowing it to erupt into cliché.
Heres the pitch and dont run away: a Victorian-themed Shooting Stars with two insane Victorian aristocrats in the roles of Vic and Bob.
Tucked away in the bowels of the Underbelly in an unfairly small room is the rarest of finds: an actual Fringe comedian.
The sights, smells and sounds of eighteenth century London live on in the Gilded Balloons Debating Hall.
This is an incredibly difficult review to write because to give away anything about the show will ruin it for you.
Heres a trade secret for you, readers at home: reviewing comedy is the hardest part of this job.
Jason Robert Browns American song-cycle is a Fringe favourite with student companies.
According to Anna and Katy there are two things a comedy double act need: chemistry and jokes.
Even in Edinburgh, the M25 is at a standstill.
Fringe favourite Andrew Maxwell returns to Edinburgh with a show that touches on everything from Barack Obama to the difficulties of sexual self-gratification as a young father.
ArtC Venues5/5Jaw-droppingly, edge of your seat incredible.
Say what you will about ventriloquists, theres no denying their talent.
Oleanna is David Mamets unflinching and controversial portrayal of power relations as viewed through the prism of a potentially fraudulent allegation of sexual harassment.
The most controversial musical of all time returns to its spiritual home in a production that is so vastly superior to the professional one that it is staggering.
Lucy Porter is a darling of the Fringe.
When Martin’s best friend is murdered by a shadowy assassin, he discovers he’s at the heart of a 400-year-old conspiracy involving the RSC, Shakespeare’s most nefarious villain and…
Another year, another series of words that shouldnt be followed by the musical: The Musical.
Spotlights swirl as Bond tunes blast from the speakers, a gun-toting silhouette hung from the ceiling as a backdrop.
Where do you begin with A Clockwork Orange? Is it with Burgess 1962 novella? Or Kubricks 1971 film, whose style and invention is forever omnipresent? Or Burgess resulting sta…
Zoe Lyons is an excellent comedienne.
So, another year another thousand student companies bringing I Love You, Youre Perfect, Now Change to the Fringe.
Shakespeares classic tale of two warring households in fair Verona comes to the Finchley artsdepot on its national tour.
Tom (Howard Thompson) and Lucy (Amy Newman) live a Desperate Housewives kind of life.
A man lies passed out in his bed, surrounded by discarded cigarette packets and empty bottles.
In a little Russian town, cut off from the rest of the world, a rumour is brewing.
Im pretty sure that if you decoded the earliest cave paintings they would be about the differences between men and women.
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