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Reflections and viewpoints from our writing team


Paul Levy

 Paul is FringeReview’s founder and editor. This is his year-round column


Guest Blog: Honey’s Happening

Fiona Coffey is one of our guest bloggers at Brighton Fringe.

She shares her experiences of bringing her solo theatre piece to this year’s Fringe. We are leaving the blog live as her journey as a theatre maker continues…


Guest Blog: Unmasked Theatre

Luke Olfield and Pip O’Neil from locally based Unmasked Theatre share their creative fringe theatre making jottings. 




Guest Blog: Tom Corradini offers a clown’s eye view of the Fringe and theatre making at large




 Donald Stewart

Our reviewer and commentator in Scotland, Donald, a writer and community theatre practitioner of many years, Donald reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe as well as in Scotland year round.


Jo Tomalin

Jo is a teacher of dance and physical theatre.

She is our editor in San Francisco and Singapore, as well as a regular reviewer and interviewer at the Edinburgh Fringe.


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Guest Blog: Lisa Douglas, immersive theatre maker covering the Brighton Fringe and Festival



Jake Levy – Our Fringe food and drink critic

Jake is a food writer and critic, author at Diner’s Digest.

Jake is reviewing cafes and restaurants for us that are within easy reach of fringe theatre venues.


Guest blog: Imagination Workshop

Take the rollercoaster ride with Imagination Workshop as they organise an Edinburgh Fringe Festival hub for the first time!