Edfringe

The Thomas Clifford Show, Edfringe Preview

Every so often, there are cries that television, music and, indeed, culture in general is being dumbed down to the lowest common denominator, with corresponding social attitudes. Selah Theatre's The Thomas Clifford Show grabs this issue by the lapels and through satire encourages us to ask questions about 'entertainment'.

Edfringe preview at Theatre 503

Author's review: 
4

'Mrs Shakespeare' by Wild Productions - Edfringe Preview

Mrs Shakespeare tells the story of William Shakespeare, reincarnated into a woman's body. Bristol Shakespeare Festival 2015

Author's review: 
5

‘Flossy & Boo’s Curiosity Shop’ - Edfringe Preview

Circus runaways Flossy and Boo bring a touch of fun and magic to the stage as they present their cart of curiosities, whimsical stories and tall tales of adventure to their audience.

Author's review: 
0

A City of Foxes - Spoken Word, Edfringe Preview

Becci Fearnley is an engaging performer and her story about a young girl who befriends an old woman has a lot of merit as well as good poetry, rhyme and delivery. Reading Fringe Festival 2015

Author's review: 
3

Hair Peace - Edfringe Preview

'Hair Peace' should be a documentary on Channel 4. Where do hair extensions come from? When it come to beauty, do we care?

Author's review: 
5

The Rules: Sex, Lies and Serial Killers, Edfringe Preview

First appearing two years ago, Sprocket Theatre's The Rules: Sex, Lies and Serial Killers received acclaim as an inventive black comedy that focused on the hithero unexplored territory of a self-help group 'for professionals'. Theatre 503.

Author's review: 
5

POLE, Etcetera Theatre - Edfringe Preview

POLE – Bent Theatre Company’s verbatim piece – features real life accounts of various women for whom pole dancing is a means of expression, fitness or forced entertainment. Playing a number of women with differing points of view, POLE invites comparisons to The Vagina Monologues with its frank personal testimonies.

Edfringe preview at the Etcetera Theatre, Camden.

Author's review: 
4

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