Based on the 1920’s Alberto Cassella play La Morte in Vacanza,
Death Takes A Holiday is a chamber musical with a book by Thomas Meehan and
Peter Stone, music and lyrics by Maur…
Once in a lifetime, in the world of theatre,
you’d hope you could say you bore witness to a theatrical event that would be
engraved into the history books for eternity.
With a flourish, a whirl
and the ring of the reception bell, the Grand Hotel has duly opened for
business at the Southwark Playhouse, taking a well earned place in the Tarento
Gods and Monsters by Russell Labey at the Southwark Playhouse is
the latest nugget in credible maestro Danielle Tarento’s forever blooming
Danielle Tarento has
done it again – this time in the guise of a European première of the 2012 award
winning American musical Dogfight.
Once in a while at the Edinburgh Fringe you stumble across an interesting and adventurous piece of theatre, a so-called diamond in the rough, proving the point of the festival and …
Lucie Pohl is an enigma and a clever one to boot.
One of the most enjoyable things about the festival is watching a good staple comic; someone who has honed their craft, knows how to play it and gives what everyone is looking for,…
The St Andrews Revue is a sparky and clever collection of original great British comedy that restores your faith in the wonderful talent this country has to offer in both writing a…
The three hander that is The Pin is a pristine, progressive pulsation of comedy heaven that I urge everyone to experience.
Hailing from Switzerland, Tom Lauri (and his fingers) is attending to all our magic needs at the Sweet Grassmarket with his deadpan offering of comedy/cabaret magic.
Once in awhile the gods in comedy heaven will align the stars and deliver us a sublime female duo to embrace.
The classic tale of Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, which this production is based on, is a wonderful children’s adventure that has stood the test of time and had m…
Michael Twist is an 87 year old charmer living all alone at Anne Diamond House.
Tom Stade is a formidable comic.
Becoming an established part of the Edinburgh fringe festival is no easy feat, but Tim FitzHigham secures himself immensely with his latest offering, Stop The Pigeon.
Thea Skot is an outright clever and funny young lady.
For their debut, Libertine Productions presents Diana Son’s simple yet touching story of friendship, unexpected love and a memorable first kiss, with vitality and fresh, minty br…
Like so many fringe productions this year, the Super Serious Show looks to be one of those stand-up variety, mash-up shows that is used as a platform for many of the acts out there…
Nearly ten years on since its fabulous and successful debut in London’s West End, Boy George’s musical Taboo returns in spectacular form, re-imagined and reworked for the Brixt…
Packed to the rafters without a single seat left The Three Englishman, of which there are four, are off to a blazing start.
This new musical, by award winning composer Laurence Mark Wythe and writer Roberto Trippini, is about an illegal immigrant who fled his country of political turmoil.
In the cold hard light of day we all know stand-up is a tough gig - the Fringe is a buyers’ market and we’re all on the look out for the next best thing.
It’s 2012, we are in a field, I’ve forgotten my tent, Hunters and pac-a-mac, but who cares; it’s Music In a Field with Jonni Music, the Great(ish) and most bizarre music fest…
Hailing from radio one and an award winning stand-up, I had high hopes for the Deaconator.
Embracing the wonderful world of Wilfredo feels like it’s going to be quite an arduous task once this misfortunate creature greets you, but how wrong you can be.
Three of the happiest, and I have to say, most talented musicians at the fringe, jam a cool funky jazz in the Wine bar at the Gilded Balloon as the audience take their seats.
The Pauly Show – Episode One, is a brilliant idea on paper: a stand up comedian with a ramshackle sitcom pilot live on stage.
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