Why would someone not come see your show? Because they have that illness where your bones are like glass – like Samuel L. Jackson in ‘Unbreakable’. I mean, it’s an amazing show and I want you to see it, but I don’t want you to fracture a hip or something on the way to the theatre.
Tagged: La Bohème
An earnest and openhearted performance that leaves you tired from laughing yet full to the brim with the feeling you just experienced something rather special.
I love swing music and find 1940s culture fascinating. But this show was in equal parts under-rehearsed, uncomfortably sleazy, unengaging, and notably lacking in the panache that is needed to pull off such an act.
True Story is a completely original cabaret piece based on strange but true tales collected from all round the world. From a vengeful dentist to a kid that dreams of mythical creatures, Ruth Wilkin compiles these wacky and wonderful stories into delightful cabaret ditties.
Pasqualina and Maria Maria are two Roman Catholic Italian choir girls who develop a devotion to Bowie that soon overtakes their devotion to God. Something about this analogy of Bowie as a literal lord and saviour will hold a strong appeal for anyone who has at some point in their lives experienced a Bowie fixation.
The trio not only excel in their specific fields, but exhibit finely-tuned skills in complementary areas, making for one of the finest hours of entertainment you will see at the Fringe.
La Boheme is the perfect place for this intimate little burlesque show. The dark and sultry atmosphere of the venue creates the perfect atmosphere to indulge in some light-hearted entertainment and escape the trappings...
Poetry in Motion is the screening of three silent films by influential 1940s avant garde film maker Maya Deren, with an improvisational trio creating the soundtrack whilst nestled around the venue, peering up at the screen.
Girl Who Won’t Grow Up is surprisingly quirky and refreshingly unique; a top-notch show from an emerging local talent.
In our modern world of tabloid magazines, reality TV shows and inspirational memes, it is easy to fall for the notion that we all have the chance to be movie stars or royalty.