Wednesday, 30 August 2017

#EdFringe 2017 Round Up | Week 4


So the Edinburgh fringe has come to an end for yet another year. While I am completely exhausted, it's been a brilliant (almost) six weeks here in Edinburgh and I've seen some truly wonderful shows. The last week was fairly busy (despite the tiredness suddenly catching up with me!) and I managed to see some shows that I've had on my list since the beginning of August.
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Tuesday, 22 August 2017

#EdFringe 2017 Round Up | Week 3


I honestly can't believe how quickly the past week has flown by! I had a slightly quieter week for week three but sometimes it's about quality not quantity and I think this was certainly the case for me.
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Tuesday, 15 August 2017

#EdFringe 2017 Round Up | Week 2


This week has been particularly busy in Edinburgh and I've seen a wide variety of shows. Here are my hits and misses for week 2!
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Sunday, 6 August 2017

#EdFringe 2017 Round Up | Week 1



For those of you that don't follow me on social media, you may not know that I am spending 6 weeks working in Edinburgh at the Fringe. I've been here for two weeks and, although shows didn't start performances until the 2nd August (or thereabouts), I've managed to squeeze a lot of shows into the past few days. Rather than write a full review of every show I've seen (sorry but I just don't have time for that this Fringe!) I thought I'd do a weekly-ish round-up of everything I've seen and let you know what's worth it and what isn't!
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Friday, 14 July 2017

Twelfth Night | Grand Theatre



Twelfth Night is definitely one of my favourite Shakespeare plays (up there with As You Like It and A Comedy of Errors but that's a story for another post!) so when I saw that the Watermill Theatre were bringing a contemporary musical take of the play to my local theatre I couldn't resist picking myself up a ticket. Entering the auditorium, even before the performance has fully begun, I felt transported to a dusky jazz club with actors milling around the audience and serenading us with bluesy music. It created an intimate and relaxed atmosphere that set the scene for the rest of the performance.
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