Edinburgh Fringe 2023
Six seemingly unconnected lives are brought together during lockdown
"the composer uses cultural references very well"
A Sweet and Hilarious Portrait of a Father in Transition
The flapping of a butterfly’s wing can have a great effect
It is easy to see why Raven is also known as a storyteller midwife.
A Young Man Looks for Love, and Finds it from His Audience
The combined talents of Kim and Yejin are a force to be reckoned with, and it is hard not to feel while watching that we are seeing the beginnings of a potentially legendary partnership.
Daly is the Pied Piper of Edinburgh – Enchanting, witty, interactive and relatable. A one woman show that pokes fun at satirical characters from her past!
An entertaining musical biography
Each character is played with a charming sincerity that pulled the audience in and made us hang on his every word.
Well worth seeing now as they are, especially so you can say you caught them before they took the Fringe by storm.
A professional queuer tells her tale
Cohen plays an impressive array of characters, from his own parents to the Mexican model of the Oscar statuette Emilio Fernandez.
Mace Cowart is a talent to watch as both an actor and a writer, and you would do well to see him while you can.
Never does it feel overstuffed, and never does it feel underexplained. The Goldilocks “just right” centre of historical adaptation has been achieved.
It is one of those rare things that makes the Fringe special: a real connection with another person, another artist.
A short operatic excursion into a wronged woman’s psyche.
Macri’s performance is warm and inviting, and although her arguments are made intelligently and with plenty of back-up, it never feels like a lecture as much as a chat with a pal who occasionally dances around as the Spectre of Sex, here to ruin every conversation with its ubiquity.
Fresh, inventive riches to rags story with a twist.
A Wickedly Funny and Deeply Moving Tour de Force