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Edinburgh Fringe 2021

A fascinatingly delivered riff on one woman’s journey for recognition and soul which includes a brush from a smear test.


East Belfast Boy by Fintan Brady

Gritty, provocative, creative!


Eight Hundred Dollar Value

A film development that struggles in a theatre


Fear of Roses

A crime caper with twists that ignites curiosity.


Femme Ta Bouche

A melodramatic revelation and epic journey of self-discovery that is prescient and worthy of a pedestal upon which to put itself.


For All the Love You Lost

A fascinating portrait of the anxiety of youth, the loss of somebody close and that endings are not always assured, even in a theatre.


Hear, Speak, See

A brilliantly dramatic examination of women’s power plays at a dinner party like no other.


I Love You, Mum – I Promise I Won’t Die

Moving and impactful, heartfelt and generous.


Madhouse

A fascinating drama around students stuck in one house that is, indeed, a bit mad.


Myra’s Story

One woman, many characters, several tragedies told with the earnestness of truth and the triumph of theatre.


Plasters

Two actors in a relationship, both on and offstage, struggle to find meaning for themselves.


Pool (No Water)

Macabre exploitation of a friend’s tragic accident.


Rosetti’s Women

A lovely, dramatic presentation that covers the racy relationships, from the perspectives of three of his women, of Dante Gabriel Rossetti.


Shook

An exceptional performance of an exceptional play


Slings and Arrows

The principal reason why a stage should always be a platform for the voices unheard.


Sweating the Small Stuff

An episodic call to concentrate on the big stuff rather than the wee things which hits more than it misses.


The Bank Job

A really good idea that has style but lacks the killer punch.


The Return of Sherlock Holmes

The standard story set up by a highly entertaining pair who deliver a very high standard of performance.


Wrong Number

An entertaining take on how lock down may have led to potential lawlessness.