John Robins has the look of a man on a mission.Â Prowling the stage of a gothic venue at The Caves, all arms and legs, Robins puts in an energised, impassioned hour that hints his aims may not be too long in being realised....Read More
Author: Paul Daniel
If you have not yet heard about Elis James, fear not – you soon will. Not to be confused with a One Direction groupie nor the bestselling author of erotic fiction for women, James is quietly and unmistakably on the rise....Read More
'Mellower' is a word commonly ascribed to Andrew Lawrence's performances over the past year, but this is not to be taken as an indication that he has gone soft.Â Firmly on curmudgeonly form, Lawrence's latest Fringe outing is...Read More
In Jac Husebo’s play, Newton Bassett is the titular coastal town that they forgot to close down, as Morrissey put it. Neglected by government and ignored by tourists, the town’s residents trudge on in mundane jobs,...Read More
There are few things more difficult to pull off at the Fringe than the one man sketch show. A few ill-judged, samey characters or some interminable costume transitions and an hour can begin to feel like a week in prison....Read More
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