Theatre

24 July 2017

A Day In The Life Of Me By Rosie Ede

It's Monday and I'm having breakfast with the lovely Richard who plays my husband in the new series of Doc Martin.  We've got the giggles.  The waitress keeps passing our ...

13 July 2017

Ellyn Daniels Discusses Her New Show 'Emotional Terrorism'

I always hated the idea of a “one-woman show”. Just the term, “one-woman show” made me cringe and feel embarrassed for any woman who would dare to get on a ...

12 July 2017

Eleanor Conway Discusses Her New Show 'Walk Of Shame'

Walk of Shame is a show I wrote when I first got sober back in 2014, it’s a show about the extremes I go to in life and where it ...

11 July 2017

Kim Si-Won Discusses The New Tago Show

TAGO master drummer Kim Si-Won is a member of the mighty TAGO – KOREAN DRUM ensemble.  TAGO return to The Fringe 2017 with a new show which follows their enormously ...

11 July 2017

Young-Min Kim Discusses His New Show 'Snap!'

Young-Min Kim, an award-winning magician and illusionist from South Korea, performs for the second time at this year’s Fringe in the show SNAP!  Here he talks about coming to Edinburgh ...

11 July 2017

Nilaja Sun Discusses Her New Show 'Pike St.'

Writer/performer Nilaja Sun discusses her acclaimed new one-woman show Pike ST. in which she gets into the mind, body and idiosyncrasies of various characters involved in the story of a ...

7 July 2017

Max Dickins Discusses His New Play 'The Man On The Moor'

Max Dickins discusses his play The Man On The Moor - inspired by the discovery of the body of an elderly man on Saddleworth Moor in 2015 which prompted a ...

5 July 2017

Review: La Cage Aux Folles, Liverpool Empire Theatre

I love the film adaptation of the original 1978 Franco-Italian version- The Birdcage, so I was really excited to see La Cage Aux Folles last night at the Liverpool Empire ...
5 July 2017

Sarah Roy Discusses Her New Play 'Catherine and Anita'

Actress Sarah Roy talks about her new play Catherine & Anita and the mix of challenges and cathartic relief that comes from playing such emotionally-charged characters every night. I remember seeing Cush ...

5 July 2017

Laura Jane Foley Discusses Her New Show 'Colours'

‘Colours’ is an exclusive performance featuring the words of Laura-Jane Foley so we caught up with her to find out what audiences can expect.  I first met the composer and ...

28 June 2017

Ben Fogg Discusses His New Show 'How I Won Best Newcomer 2017'

Ben Fogg’s debut stand up show ‘How I Won Best Newcomer 2017’ will be at the Pleasance Courtyard – Below for the month of August for tickets go to www.edfringe.com. ...

27 June 2017

Andy Daly Discusses His New Show 'Monsters Take Your Questions'

Andy Daly’s debut Edinburgh Fringe Comedy show - Monsters Take Your Questions will be at the Gilded Balloon Wine Bar for the month of August for tickets go to www.edfringe.com. We ...

26 June 2017

Samantha Pressdee Discusses The Inspiration For Her New Show 'Back 2 Basics'

My psychologist Vivienne once said to me “Sometimes compassion is grabbing someone by the scruff of the neck and pulling them out of the fire.” I literally had to do ...

23 June 2017

Review: Seriously Dead, Parr Hall Warrington

Seriously Dead is set in the sleepy little town of Olwinskirk. As extraordinary things start to take place Betty, Albert, Billy and the local undertaker- Tristan de Winter all find ...
22 June 2017

Lauren Gauge Discusses The Inspiration For Her New Show 'The Unmarried'

The Unmarried is a truly original production that’s boldly cross-genre. Sharp comedic and poetic writing laced with explosive musical beats. This is theatre you can rave to. Rhythmically underscored by a ...

13 June 2017

Review: Wonderland, Liverpool Empire Theatre

Wonderland is a contemporary take on Lewis Carrol’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. The story begins in New York City- Alice finds out her ex-husband is re-marrying ...
7 June 2017

Sarah Emmott Talks About Her New Show 'Declaration'

Declaration is a curious, comic and candid autobiographical exploration of ADHD and mental health. It is also joyful, punchy, and packed full of humour and hope. It doesn’t shy away from difficulties ...

2 June 2017

Georgie Morrell Discusses The Inspiration Behind Her New Show 'The Morrell High Ground'

The Morrell High Ground is comedy inspired by fear and frustration. I know that doesn’t sound like massive lolz but bear with me. I write what I know and consider ...

30 May 2017

Rosalind Blessed Discusses Her New Show 'The Delights Of Dogs And The Problems Of People'

I’m definitely a write what you know kind of girl. Well I know dogs, having grown up in a pack of seven and having three of my own now. I ...

22 May 2017

Liz Richardson Discusses Her New One Woman Show 'Gutted'

I had been struggling to move the material I had written for stand-up on to the next stage, which I felt was a one-woman show. It seemed audiences were ready ...

22 May 2017

Sara Juli Discusses Her New Show 'Tense Vagina: An Actual Diagnosis'

Tense Vagina: an actual diagnosis is about motherhood - its beauty, challenges, horror, isolation, humor - and its identification as one of the largest influences on the human experience.  I ...

22 May 2017

Sarah Thom On Beak Speaks

I can't quite believe I'm finally making the show Beak Speaks. Gillian Beak first came into my world about 15 years ago; I invented her in the back of a ...

22 May 2017

Tamar Broadbent Reveals Her Inspiration for 'Get Ugly'

This will be my fifth year performing at the Edinburgh festival. It is like a home away from home - I’ve loved putting on shows there, getting wet socks and ...

22 May 2017

Milly Thomas Discusses Her New Shows 'Dust' and 'Brutal Cessation'

Having two shows at the Fringe sounds a little nuts, I know, but they feel like the right shows at the right time. Both Dust and Brutal Cessation deal with ...

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