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Furug Karagoz

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The Last of the Pelican Daughters review

‘Confusing yet predictable’ is the perfect way to describe Wardrobe Ensemble’s latest play, The Last of the Pelican Daughters. At the end of the show, everyone in the audience has…

‘One of the greatest adaptations’: Dalloway review

On stage, Mrs Dalloway says she will buy the flowers herself and so the play begins. There is only one woman on stage, and she gives voice to every character…

Cruel Intentions: The 90s Musical review

After debuting off-Broadway two years ago, Cruel Intentions the ‘90s Musical premiers in the UK at Edinburgh Festival Fringe with an all-new cast. As the lights go out in the…

Matt Price: Broken Hooters and Geezers with Shooters review

Bland and boring – what else can be said about Matt Price’s new Fringe show, Broken Hooters and Geezers with Shooters? This show is simply Price demonstrating to the audience…

All the King’s Men review

All the King’s Men is an a cappella group which consists of about eight objectively charming men from the heart of London, who have unarguably been one of the must-see…

‘Delightfully serene’ ‒ Iolanthe review

Delightfully serene, incredibly funny and as fruity as it should be, Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic work Iolanthe meets Edinburgh University Savoy Opera Group’s fantastic production team and talented cast to…

‘Lacks freshness’ ‒ Stained review

Confused, tormented and disappointed are the feelings that one is left with after watching Stained. Stained is an original piece written and directed by student Taliah Horner. It contains themes…

‘Worth seeing several times’ ‒ The Taming of the Shrew review

The Taming of the Shrew, written by William Shakespeare is the story of a girl known as ‘the shrew’ merely because she stands up for herself and has a voice.…