In category: Edinburgh Fringe: Review
A green screen provides some interesting opportunities. But while packed with information, a lack of interactivity results in Pathetic Fallacy falling flat. Katherine Knight review...
An interesting exploration of a future that could easily strike fear into its audience, but Swallows makes for difficult viewing in more ways than one. Katherine Knight reviews:
Before the Revolution, despite its simplicity, proves a poignant and reflective discussion of how miniscule causes lead up to a great event. Katherine Knight reviews:
A disappointingly thin analysis of female victimhood by the Charlie Hartill Theatre Reserve Award winners for 2019. Maggie Kelly reviews Bible John:
A fantastic show for those who love seeing tunes on the melodica, inventive crab masks and conspiracy theories abound. Katherine Knight reviews Woman! Pilot! Pirate?
Moving from a show very much for adults, Reuben Kaye descends further into late night cabaret. Regulars and guests join the foray, as Daniel Perks tries out The Kaye Hole:
Die! Die! Die! Old People Die! A moth-eaten clown show that, while amusing, has something rather cruel about it. Maggie Kelly reviews:
Cut The Cord Theatre's I Run charts a father, who pounds the pavement to escape his grief. Can he outrun the pain? Maggie Kelly reviews:
The Untapped Award winners for 2019 all perform at the Underbelly Cowgate this year. Are they as impactful as their predecessors? Daniel Perks finds out:
It's a cabaret royal flush, a winning hand, a quartet of delight. Alfie Ordinary; Ginger Johnson; Len Blanco; Reuben Kaye. What a family tree. Daniel Perks reviews these four ...