At the Fringe 2015, I was tickled pink by Buckle Up, a brilliantly devised, farcical play about the crazy crew on Budge-It, a seriously no frills, airline, with the audience as unwitting pas
‘Adler and Gibb’ seems a departure from Tim Crouch’s previous work.
Well the show starts with the power levels set to max and pretty much stays there for the rest of the 55 minutes.
As titles go this takes the cake. (It’s a mathematics mnemonic.) We are in American high school territory.
Imagine waking up one morning and discovering you’re a puppet! Well, that’s what happens in this brilliant and hilariously devised piece of adult puppet theatre called Meet Fred.
The stately Sir John Eliot Gardiner led the four French horn players on stage.
Red hot Carmen raises the temperature in George Street. The high school setting for Carmen plus just sizzles from beginning to end.
‘Erik Satie’s Faction’ slightly misleads, since Alasdair McGowan is never less (nor more) than the man himself.
Dark Heart by name, but the quality of new writing shines through a young American cast.
It may seem like a strange photograph above.