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We have just finished our coverage of  Edinburgh Fringe and Camden Fringe 2021.  
 Listen to Episode 6 of Season 2 The Fringe in Review

You can read all of our  bloggers and columnists here.

In Season 2 Episode 5, our guest reviewer shares thoughts on a revival or Scaramouche Jones and we remember actor David Mounfield.

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 Our Online Fringe Coverage

Highlights

REVIEW (Theatre Royal, Brighton, UK): Simon Jenner rates Heathers as “very good” with “an exceptional cast.” Read the review.

REVIEW (Battersea Arts Centre, London): Lisa Wolfe also rates Little Wimmin as a “very” good show. Read the review.

REVIEW (Wannamaker Globe, London): Metamorphoses is “ground-breaking work” according to Simon Jenner. “This 90-minute production will work its way into any memory, and the overriding sense, not surprisingly with these actors, is joy.” Read the review.

REVIEW: In the realm of online theatre, Donald Stewart highly recommends A Call to Care from Archipelago. “A creatively choreographed homage to the essential work of an essential crew from an essentially creative part of our crafts.” Read the review.

AUDIO INTERVIEW: Cinematic Shadow Puppetry: Jo Tomalin talks with Sarah Fornace about Manual Cinema’s Frankenstein

You can find all of Jo’s articles and interviews here.

BLOG: Joe Angella gives his top comedy picks for Brighton Fringe

REVIEW: Donald Stewart rates Strange Rocks from An Tobar and Mull Theatre as excellent. “It is a practised and beautifully noted combination performance as we get the tenderness, the frustration and the connections played out with such finesse and skill.”

BLOG: Find out the latest from the new Living Record Festival.

BLOG: musings from our blogger from Italy Tom Corradini. So much to do… and so little time.

BLOG: FringeReview’s editor for Scotland asks: We can’t can we? Or should we?

REVIEW: Simon Jenner highly recommends The Young Vic’s The New Tomorrow. “…a heart-warming original, funny provoking work that deserves a long life.”

Reviews

Read our  reviews of online theatre and other genres here.



Interviews

Listen to our audio interviews from around the Fringe world.



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Tom Corradini

Tom Corradini contunues his journey during the Covid-19 lockdown.

Tom is a theatre maker, a clown, a writer, producer and director.

 

Living Record Festival

We are delighted to welcome the Living Record Festival team who will be sharing their news,

experience and reflections on this unique event and digital platform. Find out the latest from the Living Record Festival.

 

Joe Angella

 Joe Angella shares his random thoughts on comedy and all things Fringe

Joe is our comedy reviewer and a judge for the Amused Moose Comedy Award.