Confetti (Pretty but a bit of a mess) delivered a message of self-love, showered in all things that sparkle!
There can no doubt that all in attendance had an absolute blast, and with Honky Tonk Heaven only back for one more night of the Fringe, Saturday 2nd March, what are y’all waiting for?
Amity Dry’s Fortified is an ode to the performer’s recent struggles after her marriage breakdown, particularly as she navigates the tricky world of co-parenting, online dating and the reformation of identity within singledom.
There can be no doubt, Tash York is a powerhouse. Her 2018 Fringe show, Adulting, was fabulous and she has continued to deliver the goods in 2019 with Badass.
Elixir has it all – physical theatre, eye candy and a bit of good ol’ fashioned slapstick. It’s no surprise that Elixir is a hit with Fringe-goers time and time again.
If you get a chance to see Around the World in 80 Dates before this Fringe season winds down, you certainly won’t be disappointed.
Hart’s rapport with the audience, and his ability to incorporate them into his show, made it all the more enjoyable. Sceptics made have difficulty embracing Belief?, however those with the ability to suspend ‘belief’ at the door, will be thoroughly entertained.