Tag Archives: Musical

EDINBURGH FRINGE REVIEW – Little Shop Of Horrors

Sweet Grass Market

20th August 2013

Published on the British Theatre Guide

**

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Stage by Stage’s unfortunate attempt at a Fringe musical is brought down by too many bad directorial choices and not enough charisma.

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EDINBURGH FRINGE REVIEW – Merrily We Roll Along

Greenside

19th August 2013

Published on the British Theatre Guide

**

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A monotonous retelling of a Sondheim classic, Red Oak Tree Theatre Company have created a disjointed performance that seems to last an last an eternity.

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EDINBURGH FRINGE REVIEW – [Title of Show]

Assembly Checkpoint

18th August 2013

Published on the British Theatre Guide

*****

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A clever musical with some of the best vocal harmonies to be found at the Fringe, [Title of Show] is a stunning musical journey having opened on Broadway in 2008, it is making it’s UK premiere here in Edinburgh.

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EDINBURGH FRINGE REVIEW – Avenue Q

Assembly Hall

16th August 2013

Published on the British Theatre Guide

****

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A fun-filled two hours of hilarious acting, catchy songs and randy puppets as the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland shows the Fringe what it does best.

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EDINBURGH FRINGE REVIEW – Will You Hold My Hand?

Underbelly, Cowgate

6th August 2013

Published on What’s Peen Seen

*

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To call this show a musical comedy is like calling improv “method acting”. Will You Hold My Hand? at the Underbelly Cowgate is a biographical performance detailing the life story of John Hunter, a man with, albeit, an intriguing life but certainly not one worthy of an Edinburgh Fringe Production.

REVIEW: Kiss Me Kate

The Old Vic, London

20th February 2013

If Shakespeare had ever bumped into Cole Porter on the street I’m pretty sure he would have had a few choice words to say to him after seeing the newest revival of Kiss Me Kate at the Old Vic.

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