Review: Loud Poets

Bold, loud, passionate and engaging – poetry for the masses with a wonderful energy

Article: The Power of Live Poetry: Paul Levy talks to Lloyd Robinson about Loud Poets

Paul Levy talks to Lloyd Robinson about Loud Poets as Lloyd invites those who ditched poetry at school to rediscover it again in this Brighton Fringe show at The Warren. Why does her love poetry? Where does his inspiration come from? “This is slam-style, make some noise, fist-thumping, pint-drinking,  side-tickling, heart-wrenching poetry. This is poetry […]

Article: It’s A-comin’ up fast…

(Back to our main Blogs page) We are delighted to welcome back Gavin Robertson, whose new show, Slooshy Wordshow comes to the Fringe. You can follow me on Twitter – where I’ll be posting throughout – Or (this year) in my Poet persona of ‘Greg Byron‘ on web:   OR/AND Greetings All, Just a […]

Prague Fringe

26th MAY – 3rd JUNE 2017 NOVINKY Z FRINGE The Fringe is now over for 2017. Check back for 2018 dates. Our 2017 coverage is below. Welcome to FringeReview’s Prague Fringe page. We are delighted to be covering this unique Fringe Festival with news, previews, interviews and reviews. There seem to be more shows than […]

FringeReview at The Scottish Storytelling Centre

Welcome to our coverage of the Scottish Storytelling Centre (venue 30) at the Fringe. “A vibrant arts venue located on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile showcasing Scotland’s Culture. We have live storytelling, theatre, music, exhibitions, family events and workshops happening all year round. Visit us to discover Scotland’s rich story heritage, find our dragon’s nest, enjoy our […]

Heroes of Fringe

  Welcome to our coverage of Heroes of Fringe at Edinburgh Fringe 2017. “As reigning ‘Spirit of the Fringe’, we at Heroes have decided that its time for us to take over the Fringe… Up the Revolution! Our guerilla tactics, innovative model and word of mouth success has seen us add a venue every year […]

Article: Tasty Monster’s Tempting Tidbits

Home » FringeReview Edinburgh » Edinburgh Fringe Blogs ____________________ Welcome to the guest blog of Heather Bagnall and Luke Tudball, Co-Founding Artistic Directors of Tasty Monster Productions, who bring their latest show, Ferdinand, penned by Heather and featuring Luke, to the Fringe this year. Producers, Directors, and Mentors, they have a combined experience of Edinburgh […]