Playing at Edinburgh Fringe, The famous Spiegeltent until the 25th August.
On its tenth anniversary, La clique is still one of the best variety shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, combining burlesque, circus, dance, comedy and magic into one incredible performance. It can’t fail to show you a good time. Continue reading “La Clique at Edinburgh Fringe”
Playing at Edinburgh Fringe Pleasance Courtyard from 31st July to 26th August.
Masterful acting from Gemma Whelan (Game of Thrones, One Man, Two Guvnors) in Dark Vanilla Jungle, a captivating and moving drama about a young, broken girl in a situation far away from anything we can imagine in our own lives. Whelan holds the audience single-handed for over an hour with a gripping monologue to tell this story.
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8pm 37 Kingsway (Holborn)
20 – 24 August
The words ‘Moscow, Moscow, Moscow,’ are delivered in an enthusiastic tone to audiences on Kingsway this week. Internationally formed, London based theatre company, [Foreign Affairs], present their tenth production; the first since their Scandinavian series (2012 – 2013). To Moscow With Love extricates passages from Anton Chekhov’s famous late Nineteenth and early Twentieth Century plays, cross-examining themes of love and longing on Russian terrain. Continue reading “To Moscow With Love at Pop-up Theatre”
Hunstanton has never been referred to as the Nashville of the East Midlands, but it’s responsible for breeding one of the most exciting bands around. Having met at College in King’s Lynn, Deaf Havana’s early work owed more to the post-punk and hardcore movements than their recent tracks suggest. Continue reading “Deaf Havana: An Interview”
Having recently signed to Xtra Mile Recordings, things are looking up for To Kill a King. After 4 years of hard graft, the Leeds folk-rock quintet now regularly draws comparisons with the likes of Mumford & Sons, The National and Frightened Rabbit. They venture into the realms arena rock but they retain their folk sensibilities throughout. Continue reading “To Kill A King: An Interview”