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26th May 2016

A SECRET LIFE – Theatre503, London.

There’s been a growing trend for weaving technology into performance, and A Secret Life is no exception. Blending promenade Theatre with smartphone audio (via a pre-downloaded app), Baseless Fabric take...

25th Apr 2016

REMOTE – Camden People’s Theatre, London.

Interactive Theatre is fast becoming a very busy genre on the London fringe scene, with audiences drawn by the gimmick of having some bearing on how a show will play...

07th Feb 2016

LIGHT – Battersea Arts Centre, London.

Technology may have enhanced our lives no end, but as the old adage goes, “you cannot put the genie back in the bottle”. Set somewhere near the end of the...

02nd Dec 2015
Cinderella and the Beanstalk


Theatre? Check. Set? Check. Props and costumes? Double check. Lights, sound and music? Triple check. Actors?…. Ah. Josh, John and James have been so busy writing their very silly mash-up...

03rd Oct 2015

AMERICAN IDIOT – Arts Theatre, London.

Green Day’s 2004 Grammy Award winning album American Idiot is brought to the stage with explosive panache, and is targeted squarely at fans of the band. In the uncertainty of a post-9/11...

28th Sep 2015

MARTYR – Unicorn Theatre, London.

Teenage rebellion manifests itself in many ways: parents are primed for dealing with issues surrounding drink and drugs… but not religion. In Martyr, When Benjamin Sinclair develops an unhealthy obsession for a...

22nd Aug 2015

DOWN AND OUT IN PARIS AND LONDON – Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh.

One of the most important things to consider when adapting an old novel for the stage is how to make it relevant to a modern audience. In this latest version,...

17th Aug 2015
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

WHISKEY TANGO FOXTROT – Underbelly, Edinburgh.

Some of the most profoundly affecting shows at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe have been autobiographical. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot is a spellbinding account of one woman’s life in the RAF, told with...

14th Aug 2015

THE EULOGY OF TOBY PEACH – Underbelly, Edinburgh.

Toby wants us to laugh at cancer. Seriously. In The Eulogy of Toby Peach he demystifies the reality of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma with wit and humour – yet occasionally wrongfoots the...

10th Aug 2015

WE CAN MAKE YOU HAPPY – Assembly George Square, Edinburgh.

In one of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe pop-up venues, on a set reminiscent of a children’s television show with Astroturf, gnomes and hot pink flamingos, Harry and Alice want to...

10th Aug 2015

BROMANCE – Underbelly’s Circus Hub, Edinburgh.

“Bromance – noun (informal). 1. A close but non-sexual relationship between two men. Early 21st-century: blend of brother and romance.” The work of Barely Methodical Troupe, Bromance is a beguiling show...

09th Aug 2015

CLOSE UP – Underbelly, Edinburgh.

“Have you ever felt an acrobat’s hands?” Fast becoming an essential part of Edinburgh Fringe, is the modern circus scene. A far cry from painted clowns and abused animals of...