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Fringe 2022: Rouge Review

Rouge promises to be a ‘circus for adults’, and it certainly delivers. Circus acrobatics are the focus, though they are appropriately sexed-up and accompanied by the occasional burlesque act. The…

Fringe 2022: Shenanigans Cabaret: Burlesque Edition Review

Shenanigans Cabaret promises to be a “saucy night of delectable debauchery, featuring stunning and scintillating burlesque acts from across the UK”. A neo-burlesque show which features performers of a wide…

Fringe 2022: Horrible Herstories Review

Horrible Herstories takes us on a swashbuckling journey through the past, exploring the roles of women in history through a playfully comedic lens. As someone who loves both history and…

Fringe 2022: An Eve and an Adam Review

The queue is long when I arrive. Judging by the excited chatter, there is a lot of buzz surrounding this show. As we take our seats, the two performers are…

Fringe 2022: Ryan Cullen- Caveat Emptor Review

Nervous excitement filled the room as Ryan marched onstage. With the audience packed into a small, stuffy room, it was a very intimate atmosphere. Ryan made it clear from the…

Fringe 2022: Joz Norris, Blink Review

A Fringe regular whose wacky antics snagged him the Comedians’ Choice Award in 2019, Joz Norris’s latest outing reminds us what there is to love about live comedy. In his…

Tchaikovsky in Love: The Battle over the Composer’s Romantic Life

Originally submitted 8th February 2022 “I should like by my marriage to shut the mouths of various contemptible creatures whose opinion I do not value in the least but who…

Making art for the digital age

Originally Submitted 8th February 2022 “Imagine walking into the National Gallery,” a digital artist recently told me, “with a bunch of people who’d never even seen a painting before. Auction…