EDINBURGH FRINGE 2017:  FEATURES

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Chris Hislop and Adventurers Wanted, “I want people to walk away feeling empowered”

A 250-hour long Role Playing Game (RPG) came to Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017. Daniel Perks caught up with co-producer Chris…
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Edinburgh Fringe 2017 Round-Up

Another year, another Edinburgh Festival Fringe successfully completed. Our Theatre Editor, Daniel Perks, picks out the best shows as ones…
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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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EDINBURGH FRINGE 2017:  REVIEWS

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Edinburgh Review: Douze

Xnthony (Anthony Keigher) explodes onto stage in a shiny leotard; two backing dancers (Hannah Fisher and Tiffany Murphy) plaster on…
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Edinburgh Review: A Girl And A Gun

A male performer sits vulnerable on a stool – he is about to play a part in a show that…
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Edinburgh Review: Lolympics

It’s the most international comedy show on the Fringe, a friendly competition of comedians from countries all around the world.…
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Edinburgh Review: Seven Crazy Bitches

Holly Morgan is a high maintenance, but likeable, diva. She’s definitely one of the Seven Crazy Bitches that form her…
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Edinburgh Review: Ordinary Days

This is a story about some ordinary people trying to make it in an extraordinary city – the hustle and…
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Edinburgh Review: Suspicious Minds

Two main characters, two foley artists, a table and a lot of props (as expected). This is a story about…
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CAMDEN FRINGE 2017:  REVIEWS & FEATURES

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Camden Fringe Review: Am I If?

Written and performed by Bramble Wallace, Am I If? explores the perils of trying to keep afloat amidst the expectations…
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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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