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Saturday, November 9, 2019

Review: As You Like It, Barbican by Joseph Winer

Review: As You Like It, Barbican 3.0stars There’s much to admire in Kimberley’s Sykes’s production of Shakespeare’s lively comedy, although something seems to be lurking behind the s…

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Thursday, October 3, 2019

Review: The Seven Ages of Patience, Kiln Theatre by Joseph Winer

Review: The Seven Ages of Patience, Kiln Theatre5.0starsOh wow! That seems like a good place to start when trying to write up about The Seven Ages of Patience at the Kiln, a community play p…

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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Review: Vulvarine: A New Musical, Gilded Balloon Patter Hoose, Edinburgh Fringe by Joseph Winer

Review: Vulvarine: A New Musical, Gilded Balloon Patter Hoose, Edinburgh Fringe4.0starsFollowing their smash hit musical Buzz about the history of the vibrator, Fat Rascal Theatre return to …

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Review: James Rowland’s Songs of Friendship, Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe by Joseph Winer

Review: James Rowland's Songs of Friendship, Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe4.0starsJames Rowland is performing his Songs of Friendships trilogy across the month, mostly on separate evenings, b…

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Monday, September 2, 2019

Review: Your Sexts are Shit: Older Better Letters, Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe by Joseph Winer

Review: Your Sexts are Shit: Older Better Letters, Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe 3.0stars Writer and performer Rachel Mars wants to show us that sex isn’t new, and queer desire has been aro…

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Saturday, August 31, 2019

Review: Sex Education, Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe by Joseph Winer

Review: Sex Education, Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe 4.0stars Growing up in a household in Blackpool with a god-fearing mother and a father who gave him his first porn DVDs aged fourteen, Har…

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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Review: Mustard Doesn’t Go With Girls, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Fringe by Joseph Winer

Review: Mustard Doesn't Go With Girls, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Fringe 4.0stars In the colourful world of Bow-On-Tie, boys must be boys and girls must be girls. There are hundreds of r…

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Friday, July 12, 2019

Review: seven methods of killing kylie jenner, Royal Court by Joseph Winer

Review: seven methods of killing kylie jenner, Royal Court4.0starsCleo has had enough of Kylie Jenner. Of the way she appropriates black bodies and culture, and of the way that her fanbase f…

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Friday, February 8, 2019

Review: Superhoe, Royal Court Theatre by Joseph Winer

Review: Superhoe, Royal Court Theatre 4.0Overall Score Written and performed by Nicôle Lecky, Superhoe sees aspiring singer-songwriter Sasha Clayton turn to sex work to make an income whils…

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Review: Untold Stories: New Writing Festival, Pleasance Theatre by Joseph Winer

Untold Stories has produced its latest festival of new writing work for the Pleasance Theatre and it’s an absolute treat. Eight short pieces explore politics, football, employment law, imm…

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Monday, September 3, 2018

Blog: Audience and performer: Where’s our safe space? by Joseph Winer

In the Globe’s 2016 production of The Taming of the Shrew, there’s a moment when Biondello (performed by the brilliant The post Blog: Audience and performer: Where’s our safe space…

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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Half Moon Shania, Zoo Southside by Joseph Winer

★★★★ It’s 1999. The millennium is on its way. And up and coming punk band The G-Stringz are playing at The post Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Half Moon Shania, Zoo Southsi…

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Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Meek, Traverse Theatre by Joseph Winer

★★★ Penelope Skinner’s Meek explores the negative impacts that the right to freedom of expression has on both individual and The post Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Meek, Travers…

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Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Sticks and Stones, Summerhall by Joseph Winer

★★★★ B is doing a great job at work. She’s supported other people throughout their careers and balances a fast-paced, The post Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Sticks and Stones,…

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Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, User Not Found, Jeelie Piece Café by Joseph Winer

★★★★ We meet at the Jeelie Piece Café on Leven Street. The barista comes around with a menu and we The post Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, User Not Found, Jeelie Piece Café app…

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Monday, August 13, 2018

Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, One Life Stand, Summerhall by Joseph Winer

★★★★ “It’s easier to speak to a stranger than define the parameters of your relationship with a partner.”  Middle Child theatre The post Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, On…

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Friday, August 10, 2018

Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Class, Traverse Theatre by Joseph Winer

★★ A play set in a school classroom in attempt to explore class struggles sums up what Iseult Golden and The post Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Class, Traverse Theatre appeared firs…

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Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Island Town, Summerhall by Joseph Winer

★★★ This is a place where the buses aren’t running anymore. There’s no fire station. And there’s no jobs. Three The post Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Island Town, Summerhal…

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Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Baby Face, Summerhall by Joseph Winer

★★★★★ Performed by Katy Dye, Baby Face probably genres as a sort of in-yer-face performance art where the spectators are blamed, The post Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Baby F…

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Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Eat Your Heart Out, Paradise in Augustine’s by Joseph Winer

★★★ Tightrope Theatre’s Eat Your Heart Out focuses on seventeen year old Bel Jones (played by Ella McCallum), a bright The post Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Eat Your Heart Out,…

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Thursday, August 9, 2018

Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Lights Over Tesco Car Park, Pleasance Dome by Joseph Winer

★★★★★ Sometimes a show does something a little bit special. Poltergeist Theatre’s Lights Over Tesco Car Park is a disco-infused, The post Review: Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Light…

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Review: The Basement Tapes, Edinburgh Fringe Festival by Joseph Winer

Four stars A girl is clearing out her grandmother’s basement following her death. The basement is a messy, unkept space, The post Review: The Basement Tapes, Edinburgh Fringe Festival appe…

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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Review: Siren, Pleasance Dome by Joseph Winer

A woman in a swimming costume sits on a platform built within the sandy rocks on an island. A man in a red safety-guard beach top wheels around her on rollerblades. After a little bit of con…

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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Review: The Soft Subject (A Love Story), Assembly Hall by Joseph Winer

Written and performed by Chris Woodley, this one man show tells Woodley’s own story about being a drama teacher, growing up gay and falling in love. He performs it with the structure o…

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Monday, August 14, 2017

Review: Jess and Joe Forever, Traverse Theatre by Joseph Winer

I have been trying to see this show for a while. This meant I was hyped. I had high expectations. And oh how well they were met with this absolute joy of a show. Jess and Joe (Nicola Coughla…

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Review: Space Rocket Oddity Man, Zoo Southside by Joseph Winer

A spaceman (Lewis Garvey) is in a spaceship on a mission. We later find out that he actually started off as the scullery cook, but became commander on the spaceship via a series of unfortuna…

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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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