Girl From the North Country is a show that defies description. It sits somewhere between a play and a musical, a comedy and a tragedy, and a complete mess and quite enjoyable. The story focuses on the plight of the Laine family who run a guesthouse in Duluth, Minnesota during the Great Depression, as well […]
Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) is an absolute joy to watch. From beginning to end, the sensational retelling is clever, lively, and hilarious. My cheeks ached from constantly smiling and laughing. While still feeling fresh and modern, the musical celebrates Jane Austen in the best way possible. First of all, the multi-talented cast of five […]
A joy and a pleasure to watch.
With captivating acting and brilliantly paced directing, comedy musical Curtains exceeds all expectations from an amateur Fringe Show.
There is not a single moment in the musical that does not bring joy.
Jenny Bede is, so she claims, the first person in the world to have experienced the peculiar, life-changing ordeal that is having a baby. Luckily for us, this award-winning musical comedian is generous enough to share in the knowledge: from vaginas to piano practice, she’s got the ins and outs of motherhood covered in this […]
After a sell-out run at last year’s Fringe, Sunshine on Leith is back this year with what can only be described as an hour and a half of fun, joy, and an absolute banger of a soundtrack. The musical, written by Stephen Greenhorn and featuring the songs of The Proclaimers, is an exploration and celebration […]
Undeniably nerdy, this cabaret-cum-history lesson is an energetic and highly entertaining look into the human side of these proclaimed “great men” of history.