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 Listen to Episode 12 of The Fringe in Review


Brighton Fringe makes its nearer proper return with a blend of online and in-person performance across all the genres. FringeReview’s Paul Levy talks to Living Record Festivals‘s Ross Drury who  brings a digital platform to the Fringe.And Fringe “CEO” Julian Caddy reflects on a year to remmeber, forget and move on from. Listen to the latest episode of The Fringe in review.

 Our Online Fringe Coverage


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

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: November 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.”


We were live at Online@theSpaceUK Season 2



Read our  reviews of online theatre and other genres here.


Listen to our audio interviews from around the Fringe world.


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 muses on the online comedy world in Covid-19 Lockdown

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