At the end of Chesney Snow’s show tonight I headed on foot across Lower Manhattan to hear some jazz in one of the village cafés.
In this one-man show, Christopher Peacock plays a man of the cloth struggling daily to overcome the temptations of the flesh.
Chet Baker is remembered through his wonderful music.
“I never went to school,” Richard Fordham tells us.
Mike Maran is at his very best here.
George Galloway is best known as the fiercely pro-Palestinian Respect Party MP for West Bradford.
Mike Maran in a consummate storyteller; in this show he’s accompanied by the wonderful Rona Wilkie or Morag Brown on Scottish fiddle.
If this is what you get in Free Fringe, it makes you wonder how the paid gigs will ever pull the punters in! At the top end, financially, Fringe shows are squeezed by the big boys …
This is the best I’ve seen and heard of the great Irish jazz and blues singer.
Birdwatchers’ Wives is effectively a one-woman show, with the climax being seven-foot Rita (the Great Crested) Grebe competing in a ‘bird-off’ – an avian version of X Facto…
It’s satisfying when a show delivers what it promises, but it’s a delight when a show gives more than it seems to offer.
If you go to see a show called Alasdair Lists Everything for an hour, you can probably expect to spend an hour watching and listening to a guy called Alasdair listing things.
“What I want you to take away from this is that, whoever you are, you can follow your dreams.
This is right royal performance from a talented young troupe hailing
mainly from Central School of Speech and Drama.
This intimate solo show is written, produced and performed by acclaimed Edinburgh-based writer, director, performer and filmmaker Annie George.
If you think a play about the suicide attempt of a woman of a certain age appeals only to a very particular demographic familiar with a very particular mental state, think again.
The queue for this show was in itself an experience.
Take one man’s story telling of events from his past about which he still feels guilt, remorse, shame and weave through a good helping of physical theatre-cum-breakdancing par ex…
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