Alison Jackson has made a name
for herself creating fake behind-the-scenes photographs and videos of
celebrities with look-alike models.
Case Number, from young London-based theatre company Tea and Toast productions,
seeks to raise awareness about the shockingly low number of rapists that are
convicted through the…
Nightpiece Film Festival is attempting to do something quite lovely.
I gave up studying all forms of
science at the age of 15, so on the surface, I would not be the natural choice
for Jim Al-Khalili’s Quantum –
Still Crazy After All These Yea…
The Age We Are is a young company bringing their first production, Inevitable, to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Latymer Theatre Company’s Flight of the Lawnchair Man is the sweet tale of an average man who dreams of
Tales is a series of 21st century morality plays commenting on
and critiquing the contemporary world.
The ordinary, daily drama of being in a relationship is the subject of short Canadian production, Post-its (Notes on a Marriage).
Good Timin’ is Ian Mclaughlin’s personal story about his search to find a connection with his long-lost father.
Feral is a
beautifully imagined production which uses puppetry, film, cartoons and
projection to tell the sad story of a lovely seaside town descending into
“I wasn’t cut out to be cursed,”
Jill tells us at the start of The
“Happy families are all alike,
but every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way,” wrote Tolstoy.
The lights go down and, from out of the dark, a sound comes.
You’ll have to excuse me for saying this, but Every Brilliant Thing is, quite simply, brilliant.
A beautifully ragged caravan hung with various bits and bobs sits in a corner of the stage.
Susie Sillett has always disliked women, she explains.
There are some great moments in Gary from Leeds’ surreal one-man spoken word show, Yeti.
It’s called, ‘The Wizard of Oz’ but this isn’t the production you remember from your childhood.
“This is a difficult story to tell,” performer Katherina Radeva warns us in Bulgarian through her translator and fellow performer, Alister Lownie, at the start of Near Gone.
The Eradication of Schizophrenia in Western Lapland, by theatre company Ridiculusmus, is about the creation of an experience.
What would life be like if you
could plan every detail ahead of time and guarantee your happiness? Such
certainty of outcome is surely something that everyone has wished for at s…
Most of us don’t think too hard about what we post online.
Adapted from the popular children’s book of the same name, Big Red Bath is Full House’s offering for younger children at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe (The Snow Dog is their show f…
To tell the truth, I’m a little bit scared of Dr.
There Has Possibly Been
an Incident by Chris Thorpe was a critically acclaimed success at the
Fringe in 2013.
‘I see life as basically tragic and futile and the only thing that matters in life is making little jokes,’ wrote Edward Lear, a Victorian best known for his nonsense poetry an…
In this era of electronic messaging devices, where nothing
texted or emailed seems personal, permanent or important, there is something
romantic about a tangible, hand-written le…
In a world where ‘fat’ is a dirty word, Chewing the Fat, created by performance artist Selina Thompson,
sets out to have an open and honest conversation about it.
The unsolved mystery of Jack the Ripper has provided constant fascination for people around the world ever since the grisly murders were committed.
In 1940, the British strategically invaded neutral Iceland in a
preemptive move to prevent a German invasion.
You don’t expect adults to be as excited as the children when waiting to see a kids show at the fringe.
There may be questions surrounding his
historical accuracy, but there can be no denying that Shakespeare’s Richard III
is one of the most fascinating and entertaining of Englis…
The early nineties is a period that doesn’t
often get a lot of attention.
Rainbow tells the story of Irish immigrant, Finian
McLonergin, and his daughter, Sharon and their adventures in the fictional American
town of Rainbow Valley, Missitu…
What keeps a couple together and what breaks them apart are
two questions endlessly revisited by artists.
As a relative ‘newbie’ to London, I often find myself lost, confused and wandering the city’s streets hopelessly.
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