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January 11, 2020

My kids gave me a few years ago one of those fridge magnets with the inscription “I may be old but I got to see all the cool bands”. Well for the most part that is absolutely true but I never got to see Steve Hackett / Peter Gabriel era Genesis. Tonight Steve, alongsid...

January 11, 2020

If 42nd Street was a complete Brexit and election diverting fun evening out by contrast Sir Matthew Bourne’s production of Romeo and Juliet, set in a dystopian near future Verona, was not. That is not to say that this show was not good, in fact I would rate it extremel...

January 11, 2020

You may well be wondering why I am writing a review for a show in Plymouth and the answer is simple. You can take this as a preview as this particular production, by Sir Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures Company, will be winging its way into Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre...

January 11, 2020

Two very different West End productions hove into Scotland this week in terms of cinema viewings and how different were the experiences. 42nd Street closed its run back in January of this year and this was a chance to get up a close and personal view and what a delight...

October 8, 2019

The story of Emilio & Gloria Estefan has come to the stage with an electric performance in On Your Feet all this week.  What a journey it was too from Cuba to Miami to the world as the struggles with family and record companies got in the way before worldwide crossover...

August 30, 2019

I have often pondered that question and I’m sure the capacity audience at the Daisy in Underbelly have said the same.  How do I know? Well every inner quip and phrase from Musical theatre were met with knowingly approval. 

That helps but even the most obsessed thea...

August 25, 2019

The first sign of the category of ‘interactive theatre’ can put off the most confident of Festival fans but this is not Al Murray Pub Landlord, Frankie Boyle or even Jason Bryne taking the mince out of the front row. 

This immersive theatre is more dimensional as we are...

August 25, 2019

Written and performed by Tony Delicata of Italian descent we would expect he would know about the Mafia, the Mob and even the Sinatra connections.  It turns out he does, and this unique show is both informative and entertaining.  Tony has been associated with a few Sin...

August 25, 2019

A well- known story can always bring audiences to the Fringe. This was no exception. Our first character known simply as “Man in Chair”, he addresses the audience, eager to share one of his favourites. In this case it is the fictional 1928 Broadway hit, The Drowsy Chap...

August 25, 2019

I was assuming when going to this event, that I would be seeing and listening to 4 or 5 guys performing classic hits from the Eagles. Instead I am disappointed with a married couple murdering hits I have always liked.

Although Mrs Boyd had a very strong voice, her husba...

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