Variety

Neither Here Nor There

Neither Here Nor There, created and hosted by artists Jo Fong and Sonia Hughes, is simple, beautiful, and wholly unexpected. In some ways, it is exactly what the Fringe should be, while simultaneously its antithesis.  Initially, the hosts take the...

‘A Jewel of the Fringe’: Mr Thing Review

Mr Thing is once again broadcasting to the Fringe for 2019 after its debut run in 2018, and it is transmitting in glorious technicolour. With an ingenious, expertly-executed concept, talented company and buckets of colour-saturated feel-good fun, Mr...

‘Gasp-worthy’: Backbone review

Circus performance and improvisation are not normally concepts that go hand-in-hand. Somehow, Backbone manages to pair them together in a show full of gasp-worthy moments, beautiful acrobatics and laughter.  From the start of the show, Gravity...

Late Bloomers’ Tales Review

Much like growing up in general, Anna Vanosi’s Late Bloomers’ Tales is at times awkward and over-dramatic but comes together in a beautiful melody of optimism and acceptance. Vanosi returns to the Fringe with a deeply personal show that...

Paris de Nuit review

Paris de Nuit sets high expectations based on its previous global success, venue choice and ticket price.  From Hungarian production company Recirquel, the show is an enthralling mixture of cabaret, dance and burlesque that creates audible...

Havana After Dark

Havana After Dark is an exhilarating musical journey through Havana’s history. The show, a celebration of Havana’s 500th birthday, directed by Toby Gough, demonstrates a political message- despite sanctions on the country, Cubans are strong and...

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