News and Reviews by Edfringe17

18th Aug 17 :: Review: This Is Not Culturally Significant
One man show, in the nude
2
18th Aug 17 :: Review: Doglife
Part 2 following on from Doubting Thomas
5
18th Aug 17 :: Review: Cannonball
A look at growing up and responsibility
3
18th Aug 17 :: Review: Wild Bore
A play about reviews and reviewers .. or is it?
5
18th Aug 17 :: Review: Bright Colours Only
"Ain't it grand, to be bloomin' well dead ..."
3
18th Aug 17 :: Review: Adam
Being born transgender in Egypt is not a great start in life
5
18th Aug 17 :: Review: Glitter Punch
Quite a little find
4
17th Aug 17 :: Review: The Unmarried
Lauren Gauge's play looking at life's chances and choices
4
17th Aug 17 :: Review: Henning Wehn
Westphalia is not an option - seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
17th Aug 17 :: Review: Dust
A story of young suicide.
5
17th Aug 17 :: Review: Snap
Korean circus
1
17th Aug 17 :: Review: TuTu
Chicos Mambo - Dance in all its glory
4
17th Aug 17 :: Review: Camille O'Sullivan
Where Are We Now?
5
17th Aug 17 :: Review: Lord Dismiss Us
Adaptation of Michael Campbell's book.
3
17th Aug 17 :: Review: Last Resort
Come on a trip to the world's most expensive all inclusive resort
3
17th Aug 17 :: Review: B!rth
Breakfast plays
3
16th Aug 17 :: Review: The Toxic Avenger
Late night musical
4
15th Aug 17 :: Review: You've Changed
Kate O'Donnell's MTF transgender story
4
15th Aug 17 :: Review: Stand By
Police story at the Territorial Barracks
3
15th Aug 17 :: Review: instructions for Border Crossing
Daniel Bye's audience interactive piece
2
15th Aug 17 :: Review: salt.
One woman's search for her history
5
15th Aug 17 :: Review: The Drive
Two person show about a road trip
5
14th Aug 17 :: Review: The Best of Burlesque
Late night burlesque show.
4
14th Aug 17 :: Review: The Thinking Drinkers
Ben and Tom's Hisory of Alcohol, seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
4
14th Aug 17 :: Review: Jelly Beans
One man show at the Pleasance
2
14th Aug 17 :: Review: The Delights of Dogs and the Problems of People
A look at possessive relationships
3
14th Aug 17 :: Review: Big Bite-Sized Breakfast Show
EdFringe show to start your day.
4
13th Aug 17 :: Review: Meow Meow's Little Mermaid
Seen at the Edinburgh International Fringe.
2
13th Aug 17 :: Review: Meet Me At Dawn
Seen at the Edinburgh International Festival (Traverse)
4

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Cabaret (New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London)
4 Catherine Aylward
21st Sep 17: A powerful rendition of a popular musical. Louise Redknapp can certainly sing, she has an amazing voice did the songs justice. However, it was a shame she didn't dance, I would have expected that in her big numbers. I also felt she didn't quite capture the tragic vulnerability of Sally Bowles. Will Young really made up for everything in the show. He was truly amazing in the role, his facial expressions, voice, acting and dancing were all captivating. All in all a fantastic show, a must see.
The Caretaker (Bristol Old Vic, Bristol)
5 jim
15th Sep 17: A brilliant production of a beautiful play .. loved it
Singin' in the Rain (Melton Theatre, Melton Mowbray)
5 Carol Faver
15th Sep 17: Saw this show 14th Sept. Absolutely enthralled with the energy and vitality of the cast...the dancing was terrific and a must see for anyone who enjoys the 'old musicals' I believe there are some future stars in the making watch this space!
Rules for Living
4 Patsy
13th Sep 17: Excellent! Thought provoking, hilarious and clever.
Golem
5 Rebecca
13th Sep 17: excellent
The Sword and the Dope (Waterloo East Theatre, Inner London)
4 Paul Edwards
8th Sep 17: very funny show, a flood of jokes, silly, camp, very good songs. Great fun and recommend as entertaining night out
The Castle Builder
5 Fan number one
2nd Sep 17: It makes you think what are you on this earth for. Go see it and wonder. Great music and active art!
The Revlon Girl
5 Fiona Thirsk
17th Aug 17: I have just seen The Revlon Girl at Edinburgh festival. I cannot recommend it highly enough. The play was performed by 5 perfectly cast women, with minimal scenery and was very moving, very funny, and ultimately uplifting. Don't forget your tissues!
Blue Stockings (The Yard, Outer London)
5 Steve Johanssen
16th Aug 17: Enjoyed watching this historical play with some great performances by some of Britain's up and coming talent !
Boondocks (Underbelly at Cowgate, Edinburgh)
5 Todd Baxter
6th Aug 17: Makes you laugh, and think.
The Hunting of the Snark (Vaudeville Theatre, West End)
5 Sally Hedges
31st Jul 17: The best children's show I've ever seen!
Ken Dodd - The Happiness Show
5 Will. Lefebve
31st Jul 17: Sir Ken....why are you not coming to Worthing this year. The first Saturday of August traditionally offer the wonderful double bill of the Stewards' Cup at Goodwood and Kenneth Aloysius Dodd at the Pavillion Theatre in Worthing ?
The Revlon Girl (Park Theatre, Inner London)
5 Sian Van Den Bogerd
29th Jul 17: An absolutely amazing performance! We cried uncontrollable tears and then effortlessly laughed out loud! Such a fantastic, genius portrayal of a vitally essential part of Welsh history, or rather, everyone's history, as told by the actors who perfectly represented the voices of the brave, devastated and broken mums, voices that haven't been heard or represented - Bravo guys, a fantastic show! I didn't want it to end! A must-see performance!
Bicycles and Fish (The King's Head Theatre, Inner London)
5 Fatima Saraiva
13th Jul 17: I just saw the show Bicycles and Fish.... AMAZING truly BRILLIANT. Thank you especially Katie Arnstein for your message and your outstanding performance. BRAVO
The Drowsy Chaperone (Hull Truck Theatre, Hull)
5 .Ann Dixon
6th Jul 17: Great show thoroughly enjoyed well done to all
The F Word (Theatre503, Inner London)
5 Sam R
4th Jul 17: Saw a reading of this earlier this year at Old Red Lion. 100% one to watch!
Wife (Theatre503, Inner London)
5 Jane Koop
3rd Jul 17: Really moving as well as very funny, performance really strong as she played lots of different characters with ease. A great evening out
Wife
5 Susan Jones
3rd Jul 17: Really fantastic production, diverse, energetic, funny. Strong performance from the leading lady. Would definitely recommend!
Gypsy (New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich)
2 John
24th Jun 17: Clunky production. Very amateurish. Yes I know it's an amateur production but slick it ain't. Far too ambitious and far too long. It had it's moments but not enough to save it from being toe curling awful at times. Rose just couldn't belt out the hits although her acting was good.

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