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  • The Claim

    The Claim – Review

    The Claim is fast paced, the need to get through a day's work palpable. Set alongside the loss of what is sought. To understand why refuge is sought. …

  • Musik

    Musik – Review

    In Musik, Frances Barber as Billie Trix owns the stage. She's rough and raw. Breathtakingly hysterical. The soundtrack runs alongside her life, ultimately leading to life under a glitter ball. …

  • Tokyo Rose

    Tokyo Rose – Review

    The joy of the Edinburgh Fringe is finding a musical which not only ticks all the toe-tapping boxes but also inspires and brings something new. In Tokyo Rose, Burnt Lemon Theatre…

  • Superstar

    Superstar – Review

    Superstar is a beautifully honest and completely funny take on what it's like to grow up the youngest (much younger) sibling.…

  • The Wrong Ffion Jones

    The Wrong Ffion Jones – Review

    Thrown in, full force to the Welsh experience. The Wrong Ffion Jones takes us on the surreal journey of what happens when Ffion lives out her version of the Truman Show.…

  • Art Heist

    Art Heist – Review

    On initial reflection, Art Heist is fun. Mad-capped comedy is offered, underpinning potentially deeper questions of what is art and what is its value.…

  • M.E.H.

    M.E.H. – review

    In M.E.H. The Outbound Project bring something much needed to the Edinburgh Fringe. Something almost pure in its chaos. This is about an exploration, a different perspective. …