Writer: Christopher York Director: Paul Robinson The Stephen Joseph theatre has bought a brand new play by a new playwright to the Edinburgh Fringe. Like what the theatre produces locally, it remains a story for the community it serves. Serena Manteghi plays Yasmin, a young teenager who becomes pregnant, unplanned after sleeping with a man... Continue Reading →
Day Two: It’s Raining, It’s Pouring, But All This Theatre Is Certainly Not Boring
It didn't take long for the Edinburgh weather to return by force. It was expected to clear in the early morning but that certainly wasn't the case. There were shows booked in the morning and so a visit to Camera Obscurer was in order. There were plenty of chances to look at different things, a... Continue Reading →
Review: Bottom at Summerhall, Edinburgh
Director & Writer : Willy Hudson Should a role define you? Willy Hudson's new one-man show ties together a mixture of experience and life lessons to create an uplifting hour of compelling queer theatre. Willy is a die-hard Beyonce fan. You can tell by the t-shirt he parades about in not to mention the smart... Continue Reading →
Edinburgh Fringe : All the fun of my first day
check out my first day of the fringe.
The Road To Edinburgh: My First Edinburgh Fringe
It seemed so long ago in late 2017 when I first thought of making 2018 the first year I make it to the Fringe. Looking at accommodation prices around then scared me off a bit. £1000 for a week? I could fly abroad for that!