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Fringe 2023: Antonio!

Antonio! is an extremely high energy, surprisingly brilliant romp around several Shakespeare plays including Twelfth Night and Much Ado About Nothing. Why ‘brilliant romp’? Why these plays? Well, Antonio! is…

Fringe 2023: Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

To describe Showtopper! as unbelievable is to do so in the most literal sense – I cannot believe how this show is possible. Improvised comedy in itself is a challenging…

Fringe 2023: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is a fun and upbeat musical which follows a group of children who are competing to win, you guessed it, a regional spelling…

Fringe 2023: Tony! The Tony Blair Rock Opera

Think of the New Labour campaign, and then imagine Tony Blair as Jack Black in ‘School of Rock’, add in the strobe lighting of a day of the dead carnival,…

In Conversation with Sophie Zucker: “I’m a narcissist (undiagnosed). What brought me to the Fringe is my personality disorder”

Sophie Sucks Face is a one woman musical-comedy written, directed and performed by Sophie Zucker. At her grandfather’s shiva, Sophie meets and is unexpectedly attracted to her hot Israeli cousin.…

Review: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Looking around the auditorium before this show began, I was able to discern two demographics: the under 10s, giddy and excited, sat between somewhat reluctant looking mums and dads, and…

Review: The Stamping Ground

The Stamping Ground is a new musical featuring the songs of Runrig and described by writer Morna Young as “a story of love, life and the land.” Annie and Euan…

Celebrating Roald Dahl: Matilda from Page to Screen

Now is a more crucial time than ever to celebrate Roald Dahl. Not only is his literature written with a wonderfully wicked turn-of-phrase, but his themes effortlessly stand the test…