Sunday, February 25, 2018

Review: Boris & Sergey

Described as a cabaret featuring tabletop puppetry the show stars the puppets Sergey and Boris who are brothers from Eastern Europe and are brought...

Review: Le Aerial

Le Aerial is an all-female circus that uses different aerial apparatuses to create stunning and beautiful routines. The only male in the show is the...

Review: Iconic – A Brief History of Drag

Velma Celli (Ian Stroughair) stars in Iconic – A Brief History of Drag and takes the audience on an inspiring journey from West End...

Review: Karma Karma Karma Karma Karma Chamedian

I really enjoyed Josh Glanc’s first Fringe show 99 Schnitzels so I was excited to see his follow up Karma Karma Karma Karma Karma...

Review: Elixir

Elixir has stolen my heart as my favourite show of Fringe so far! This was an incredible circus performance like no other as we follow...

Review: By A Thread

Circus is always popular at Fringe and By a Thread is unique in the way the seven acrobats use 30 metres of rope in...

Review: Triage! A Nursing Cabaret: DISCHARGED!

I have a lot of respect for nurses they work hard and have a lot to deal with on a daily basis. This show stars...

Review: Notorious Strumpet & Dangerous Girl

Framed as an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting we are welcomed into the tent and offered tea, coffee and biscuits by our wonderful hospitable host and...

Review: Grit and Glitter: A Sideshow Comedy Western

Ever wanted to be an outlaw and join a cowboy gang? Then Grit and Glitter is the show to see during Fringe Festival. There are some...

Review: BODYMAP

Social and political commentary is always a big part of the Fringe line-up.  40 something Glitta Supernova’s BodyMap show details her life experiences and...

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