Jonny Pelham: Fool’s Paradise

August 23, 2016

As the son of two psychotherapists, it’s not surprising Jonny Pelham is prone to introspection and self-examination. Pelham’s second Edinburgh hour is a journey into his anxiety-ridden mind. Jumping from his early days as one […]

Mr Swallow: Houdini

August 23, 2016

After the success of 2014’s Dracula – The Musical, Mr Swallow is back for another stab at musical theatre. The conceit of Houdini is that Mr Swallow has somehow been allowed to headline a biographical […]

Sleeping Trees: Sci Fi?

August 18, 2016

After the success of last years Mafia? and Western? comes Sci Fi?, another knowing and adroit parody from comedy trio Sleeping Trees. Sci Fi? is an hour long comedic play set in a faraway galaxy, […]

Knightmare Live: The Game Has Changed

August 10, 2016

  Knightmare was a UK kids TV gameshow broadcast in the late 80’s and early 90’s. The show involved a team of 4 kids, one of whom wearing the “Helmet of Justice” rendering them blind and […]

James Veitch – Game Face

August 10, 2016

  James Veitch is a comedian, musician, director and author who had his first solo show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2014 with The Fundamental Interconnectedness of Everyone with an Internet Connection. He returned in […]

Edinburgh Fringe Review – BEASTS: Solo

August 9, 2014

Here’s a thing about BEAST’s 2014 Fringe show that tells you a lot about what to expect: by the end of the hour, the stage floor is so slick with water, sweat, and various other […]

Edinburgh Fringe Review – Joseph Morpurgo: Odessa

August 1, 2014

Welcome to Odessa, Texas. Or, more accurately, welcome to the Odessa, Texas that exists only in Joseph Morpurgo’s mind, a world built around found footage of 1980’s American advertisements and a twisted imagination. A loose […]