EDINBURGH FRINGE 2017:  FEATURES

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Producer Jamie Eastlake, “TheatreN16 is the Rafa Benitez of the Theatre World”

Jamie Eastlake, Executive Director of TheatreN16, has six shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 with Eastlake Productions. Daniel Perks talks…
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Edinburgh Fringe 2017 Spotlight: Staging Wittgenstein

This month it all kicks off, the 70th anniversary of Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Daniel Perks catches up with writer and director…
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Lauren Gauge and The Unmarried, “Raucous new writing with old school garage”

Lauren Gauge is bringing a world premiere to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017. A writer and performer with ambition and…
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Georgie Morrell and The Morrell High Ground, “Just let go, shut the fuck up and enjoy it”

Georgie Morrell is back for a second year at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 - last year she turned going…
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EDINBURGH FRINGE 2017:  REVIEWS

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Edinburgh Review: Testosterone

Kit Redstone’s Testosterone throws the concept of masculinity back at us with a challenging retort – when do we identify…
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Edinburgh Review: The Man On The Moor

Max Dickins tells his story of an absent father, one that left the family home and never returned. Except Dickins…
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Edinburgh Review: Hidden

Sam Finch (Adam Donaldson) can’t control his anger at first – meditation, yoga, even breathing exercises don’t help. It transpires…
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Edinburgh Review: Education Education Education

Tobias (James Newton) opens Education Education Education with a deadpan, emotionless, stereotypically German delivery. An exchange teacher on his first…
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Edinburgh Review: Two Sides Of The Curtain

Erich (Andrew Crouch) and Ada (Racheal Naylor) exist on separate sides of the most destructive structure in the 20th century…
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Edinburgh Review: Gein’s Family Gift Shop Volume 3

Kath and Ed are carefree and rebellious – they may give us badges at the start of the show, but…
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CAMDEN FRINGE 2017:  REVIEWS & FEATURES

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Camden Fringe Review: Ophelia: Madness (in blue)

In a flurry of blues, jazz, and classical music, Ophelia (Sandra Kassman and Emily McDouall on separate nights) explores her…
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Camden Fringe Review: Serotonin

Set in the smoking area of a psychiatric hospital, Serotonin sees Jack (Millin Thomas), Alfie (Teddy Robson) and Sarah (Billy…
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Camden Fringe Review: Between A Man And A Woman

Tom (Millin Thomas) and Polly (Jasmin Gleeson) look like they’re leading the perfect married life. However, her sister Tammy (Charlotte…
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Camden Fringe Review: Nothing To Perform

Ambitious caretaker Davey (Scott Howland), his best friend Andrew (Jace Moody), and their older colleague Tom (Mark Niel) write and…
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Camden Fringe Review: City Love

9.31 Theatre make their Camden Fringe debut with Simon Vinnicombe’s City Love, a modern love story depicting the tale of…
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The Delta Collective, Miro Magazine

Cultivating Creative Communities, Introducing: The Delta Collective

The Delta Collective are not your ordinary theatre company. In addition to creating their own work, their mission is to…
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