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‘Wasted potential’: To Move In Time review

To Move In Time, a monologue written by Tim Etchells and performed by Tyrone Huggins, explores an age-old question: “What if I could move in time?” Although the premise seems…

‘Overlong and underpowered’: Mojo Review

Mojo is the first play written by Jez Butterworth and, for all its strengths, now seems sophomoric compared to his more recent, nuanced work. However, it remains a gift for…

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…

‘Unfulfilled potential’: Apollo: Take 111 review

With 2019 marking the 50-year anniversary since the first man stepped foot on the Moon, this year’s Fringe is peppered with space-themed shows commemorating the “giant leap for mankind”. Apollo:…

Berlin Girl review

Berlin Girl is described as a story of love and rebellion which follows 16-year-old Berlin school girl Miranda as she gets caught up in the totalitarian regime of East Berlin…

Niall McCarthy: The Duality of Man Review

The Duality of Man, written, directed and produced by Niall McCarthy seems very promising from the flyer. . Indeed, some of the jokes are simply hilarious and show the potential…

The Way of All Flesh

The Way of All Flesh is the first publication in a new series of crime-novel meets historical fiction, written by a husband-and-wife duo, Chris Brookmyre and Maisa Haetzman, under the…

Ghost

Ghost The Musical Edinburgh Playhouse Run-Ended A re-imagining of the 1990 film, Ghost The Musical revolves around young lovers Sam and Molly who are tragically separated when Sam is murdered.…