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Tag Archives: edinburgh theatre fringe

Aireborne Theatre at the Fringe

If you’re up in Edinburgh this month (or planning a visit) there’s still chance to see work by LUU Theatre Group’s ‘Aireborne Theatre’. As in previous years, Airborne have taken two plays to the fringe and both spent most of July in production here at the Workshop Theatre. Utilising comedy and puppetry, The Worry Monster will […]

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New Dog-Eared Collective Video

Anarchic sketch troupe The Dog-Eared Collective want to change your life. One sketch at time. After gaining four stars from Chortle at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe for their show Joyride – The Dog-Eared Collective are back with riotous sketch fest ‘You’re Better Than This’ which previewed to critical acclaim at the Brighton Fringe: CRITICS CHOICE […]

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CLICK at the Edinburgh Fringe

Jan Perry’s award winning show CLICK tells the story of Nell, an elderly woman, who recalls the parental battles that characterised her childhood and upbringing. As her recollections of times past unfold the play swings between past and present, from childhood to old age, the memories and secrets clicking seamlessly into place, crowding in on […]

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Four Star Review for The Track of the Cat

The Track of the Cat reviewed by ThreeWeeks www.edinburgh.threeweeks.co.uk bearplate in association with C theatre An eerie stillness consumes the dimly lit space from start to finish in this spookily compelling adaptation of Walter van Tilburg Clark’s novel, set in Sierra Nevada in 1900. The employment of an all female cast (aside from haunting music […]

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Alcatraz Preview – 6/8/2010

It seems the name Aireborne Theatre carries some weight on the streets of Edinburgh. Today, for the second day in a row, audiences were queuing around the block to get in to an Aireborne production. Today saw the preview of Alcatraz, a slick, stylish and atmospheric piece of theatre, the result of a collaboration between Lucy […]

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Clint’s Reality Preview – 5/8/10

I’ve just this second come from the preview performance of Clint’s Reality, and I’m delighted to say it was a huge success.  An eager audience queued all the way up the cobbled entrance to the Underbelly (no doubt as a result of a concentrated campaign on the Royal Mile by the cast and crew) and […]

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Dog Eared Collective

On Saturday 17th July the D.E.C. will be at The Carriageworks, Leeds to stage a Dog-Eared party performance ‘smack down’ to raise money for their comedy endeavours with… Barnaby Brown – The Romp-a-Long 2010 – An interactive comedy experience! First up they’ll perform their critically acclaimed Dickensian spoof Barnaby Brown, featuring an A-list orphan, a […]

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Poets’ Corner travelling to Austria

Very exciting news from the whole PoCo team can now be confirmed. The play shall be going on a mini-tour to Austria in November. During the Fringe the show was nominated amongst six others to get an all expenses paid trip to Innsbruck in Austria to be performed in a professional theatre in the centre […]

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Two 4-star reviews for Poets’ Corner

Better late than never – two 4 star reviews!

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a wave goodbye to the fringe

I just thought I would do a quick message from the end of the festival… the last of our leeds based shows closed up yesterday (after wonderful runs), and all of the venues are starting to come down and be returned to what they function as in real life; the amount of heavy lifting is quite unreal […]

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splinters of light

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D/E/C on video.

Former Students, the Dog-Eared Collective send greetings (and video) from Edinburgh. They tell me during the month of June The Apocalypse Roadshow (their current Edinburgh production) underwent secret filming in a London bunker. Here is the proof, and part one of The Dog-Eared Collective’s video library directed by Dan Peters and Joe Kerrigan. Share on […]

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Back home, straight to the bar

Amy Powell Yeates chats with Grid Iron director Ben Harrison about the homecoming without the domestication Even the more organised of ticket-bookers may have been disappointed to find that Grid Iron’s run at this year’s Fringe is already entirely sold out. Clearly, their three year absence has created a profound hunger amongst Edinburgh audiences for […]

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4 Star Review for Splinters of Light

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The reviews are coming in…

I’m still scouting around for reviews  (please point me in the direction of any you find) but they are certainly starting to pile up. In particular, The Play about Charlotte has been very well received (I told you it was good) Fringe Review called it “a triumph” and Broadway Baby called it “a superb piece […]

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