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EDINBURGH FRINGE REVIEW – Missing

Underbelly, Cowgate

19th August 2013

Published on the British Theatre Guide

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MISSINH

Having a loved one go unexpectedly missing is a heart wrenching and horrible time for anyone. In their new verbatim production, Engineer Theatre gives the audience a glimpse behind the news articles and press interviews, giving first hand dialogue from those who have lost, searched for and loved a missing person.

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EDINBURGH FRINGE REVIEW – Way Back

Underbelly, Cowgate

14th August 2013,

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A beautifully written script that is only let down by poor tech and a lack of powerful performances. Way Back is an engaging piece of theatre that takes the dark and hard-hitting subject of suicide and without being distasteful is able to create comic elements and thought provoking dialogue.
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EDINBURGH FRINGE REVIEW – High Plains (A Western Myth)

Underbelly, Cowgate

6th August 2013

Published on What’s Peen Seen

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High Plains (A Western Myth)

What starts out as a drunken ramble turns into an eerie yet hard-hitting  ghost story. High Plains (A Western Myth) at the Underbelly, Cowgate is storytelling at its most engaging, keeping you on the edge of your seat until the very last word.

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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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We Are Goose

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.

EDINBURGH FRINGE REVIEW – Next Door

Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh

5th August

Published on What’s Peen Seen

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Silja Lehtinen

A heart warming tale of connection, childhood and the bonds that bind us. Next Door at the Underbelly is a feel good show that leaves you smiling from ear to ear…be it from the strong alcoholic shot at the end of the show or the pure joy gained from knowing you’ve introduced yourself to at least half of the people in the auditorium.

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