Ah, Greek tragedy. You’ve got to love it. Picture the scene; after ten years at war and some nasty weather [Read More]
Gags, Bombs and Songs!
I first saw this show up at Edinburgh this year. They were good then. Now they’re great. Obviously, material-wise, it’s [Read More]
Austentatious: An Improvised Novel
It is a truth universally acknowledged that comedy improvisation is bloody difficult to do well. However, in a well-appointed room [Read More]
Last week I was in Belfast making arrangements for my part in the Belfast Fringe next month. The Belfast I [Read More]
I Love You You’re Perfect, Now Change!
There is nothing quite so satisfying to a reviewer as sitting through a performance in which every member of the [Read More]
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
The original actor’s church, St Leonard’s in Shoreditch, provided an excellent backdrop to a performance of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s [Read More]