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Monday, August 14, 2017

Review: You’ve Changed, Northern Stage at Summerhall by Joseph Winer

You’ve Changed, an auto-biographical story produced by Trans Creative and Contact, written and performed by Kate O’Donnell, is a personal account of one woman’s journey from ha…

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Review: Thünderbards: 4nd, Gilded Balloon Teviot by Joseph Winer

This is a comedy sketch show, performed by double act Matt Stevens and Glenn Moore. The duo are asked in front of us what exactly their sketch show is about. Perhaps, it is about nothing. Or…

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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Review: Buried: A New Musical, C Too by Joseph Winer

Tom Williams (Writer/Director) and Cordelia O’Driscoll (Composer) collaborate to create this new musical, a sort of cross between The Last Five Years and Sweeney Todd. The tale tells t…

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Review: Mr Danger’s Really Safe Show, Laughing Horse at The Free Sisters by Joseph Winer

Mr Danger’s Really Safe Show, a one man comedy family show for all ages performed by Sam Quinn, is a clowning dare devil performance show, using puppetry, wacky tricks and plenty of so…

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Review: Secret Life of Humans, Pleasance Courtyard by Joseph Winer

David Byrne’s Secret Life of Humans combines the overlapping histories of the present, the past and the beginning of time to ask the essential human questions of what is real and what …

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Review: Jane Doe, Assembly George Square Studios by Joseph Winer

Jane Doe goes to a party and gets raped. She could be anyone, anywhere at anytime. This is an interactive show which uses verbatim court scripts and text messages, in addition to audience pa…

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Review: Trumpus Interruptus: The Impeachment of Donald J Trump, Greenside at Infirmary Street by Joseph Winer

Donald Trump (Zach Tomasovic) sits in the Oval Office. His desk is smaller than usual. But it’s also better, because this desk has two big buttons: the first brings diet coke, the second n…

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Friday, August 19, 2016

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons, Roundabout @ Summerhall by Joseph Winer

The government imposes a new law: Brits can only speak 140 words per day. Oliver (Euan Kitson) and Bernadette (Beth Holmes) meet before the law is passed – at a funeral for a cat. Lemons L…

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Electric Eden, Pleasance Pop-Up: The Club by Joseph Winer

The term immersive is often found on marketing for shows that don’t warrant the description. It is so loosely applied nowadays, that it is a joy to be able to genuinely sit within a piece …

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Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Milk, Traverse Theatre by Joseph Winer

Milk is universal. From our first breastfeed to our last cup of tea, we’re completely surrounded by it. Milk explores the need for three of our most basic needs: Food, love and survival. S…

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Travesty, Assembly George Square Studios by Joseph Winer

Anna and Ben are like any normal couple, with Travesty showing us snippets of their relationship by letting us peer into the intimacy of Anna’s bedroom. Nothing particularly interesting ha…

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Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Mine, The Space at Jury’s Inn by Joseph Winer

“You’re not good. You’re stained. But you’re mine”. One night, the police show up at a mother’s door. She knows it. He’s dead…. Until the police tell her he’s not. Her …

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: A Boy Named Sue, C Nova by Joseph Winer

“Soldiers die. Women give birth.” A Boy Named Sue is a story about gender perceptions, sexuality and understanding the risks that come from not fitting in with the norm. Through a series…

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: CUT, Underbelly Med Quad by Joseph Winer

As we enter the installation, we are warned to keep our feet behind the lines which act as runway down the centre of the space and are told that, in a moment, we will be plunged into complet…

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Spring Awakening, Paradise in Augustines by Joseph Winer

In an oppressed nineteenth century Germany, a group of children become teenagers, but with no real knowledge of the adult world or where babies come from, how can they possible protect thems…

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Monday, August 8, 2016

Edinburgh Fringe Review: ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore, Paradise in Augustines by Joseph Winer

‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore: Essentially Romeo and Juliet… with incest. John Ford’s reflection of the sins of seventeenth century British society is cleverly transferred to Padua to …

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: [Title of Show], C Cubed Main Space by Joseph Winer

There’s shows about shows, theatre about theatre and then there’s [Title of Show], a musical about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical. It’s essentially Incepti…

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