“Meta, self-referential bullshit” – the play’s words, not mine.
Tom Allen is a sharp, incisive comedian whose talent exceeds his fame.
George Orwell’s classic allegory about the Russian Revolution is a serious political satire in children’s wrapping paper.
I’m not sure what I saw on Sunday.
It’s risky for a comedian to structure her set around things she doesn’t like.
All Change is a short, minimalistic play about old age, dementia and father-daughter relationships.
Although it took some time for the praise to surface, Fawlty Towers is now recognized as one of the most acclaimed British sitcoms of all time.
As somebody who, for better or worse, spent more than three months studying Alfred Hitchcock – probably, I mention for introductory flair, history’s most famous director – I …
A review of EastEnd Cabaret seems almost redundant nowadays, given the number of years that these two girls have prevailed in the Fringe circuit.
Anthropoetry was, in a line, a spoken word event with a live musical backdrop that used the body as its modus operandi.
I’m gonna put it out there - in spite of the attention-grabbing title, I don’t think Elf Lyons is a pervert.
Now making its third appearance on Hove Lawns, the Foodies Festival is steadily becoming an established name on the Fringe circuit.
To be read in a key that bridges the major and minor temperaments Hello there, good day to you,Good day from Broadway Baby too.
As both a successful actor and biographer, Ian Kelly possesses the charm and expertise required to be a good lecturer.
Published in 1899, ‘The Interpretation of Dreams’ was perhaps Sigmund Freud’s first major work, preceding the likes of ‘The Psychopathology of Everyday Life’ and ‘Three…
Vive Le Cabaret is a variety performance with a variety of class.
Well I never.
My evening had not got off to a good start.
The Importance of Being Earnest is one of the most widely performed plays of all time; a likely candidate for any fringe catalogue.
Pique is a multiform exhibition about the modern obsession with beauty and its potentially devastating impact upon self-esteem.
If I Ruled the World is a 20-minute, interactive audio performance set in Brighton Station.
First, allow me to vent my admiration for this show with mindless superlatives: Fantastic.
‘Pretentious’ - the word that haunts all corners of conceptual art, the offensive fallback of the Philistines and the impatient.
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