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REVIEW | Éowyn Emerald & Dancers | Edinburgh Fringe

Straight from the USA, Éowen Emerald dancers bring a simplistically stunning contemporary dance performance. Choreographer Eowyn Emerald Barrett has created a selection of dances that reflect the themes of connectivity, discovery and love. The beauty of contemporary dance is its ability to be left to interpretation, the dancers move so eloquently and emanate passion. The combination of…

REVIEW | Exactly Like You | Edinburgh Fringe

Lotte Rice, an actress and spoken word artist performs a one woman show about a young lady named Abbie’s life, love and loss. It is beautifully poetic and told with touching expression, and heart-aching emotion. Singer, songwriter and activist Nina Simone has always played a huge part in Abbie’s life, Nina Simone was her grandmother’s idol and…

REVIEW | Like Clockwork | Edinburgh Fringe

Like Clockwork is a contemporary musical, set in an intimate space, that tells the story of university student Grace who is entirely in love with her oblivious roommate Joe. Written and performed by students from the University of Nottingham, it is a slick and inventive production that stars just four actors. This works exceptionally as it allows you…

REVIEW | Once… | Edinburgh Fringe

A physical theatre performance centred around the idea of love and longing, Derevo use a unique style of European storytelling to portray the idea that it is better to be heartbroken than heartless. Derevo’s vintage piece is revived at the Fringe 20 years later, its combination of slapstick comedy and physical theatre brings the tragic…

REVIEW | Sci-Fi? | Edinburgh Fringe

The award-winning comedy trio combine their outstanding use of characterisation with live music to create an utterly outrageous show about science fiction. Telling the story of strangely unlikely hero, Charlie Sprog, the plain young boy is taken from his home planet and instructed to save the universe from total destruction. The three men starring in…