Mad Dogs: The Full Cocker – a glorious and memorable celebration of the power of classic rock music. 5 stars!
A casual and improvised affair with the multi-talented Gretel Killeen and friends
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.
Ben Knight’s comedy show, The Parent Teacher Interview, will certainly make you laugh, but will also offer you a lot of common sense insight into how the education experience should be approached by all of its major stakeholders.
The Doctor might be a modern-day Florence Nightingale but I wasn’t expecting him to deliver Florence and The Machine. The man sings like an angel!
Towards the end of his set at the Trinity Sessions, Steve Poltz commented that no two of his gigs are ever the same, and you can see why. His performance a delightful journey that takes unexpected turns – even surprising the performer. But Poltz is such a natural on the stage that it all just seems right.
Somnium presents A Night Of Cream was a performance of raw and adulterated blues rock, that was not always pretty, but was never played in anything less than the true spirit of the original recordings.
If you haven’t seen The Choir Of Man’s show yet, make the effort to grab a ticket whilst you can. It is a show that you will find hard to beat for value, energy, and the sheer joy of that is encapsulated in the performance.
With such an impressive catalogue of well-loved songs, it’s probably time we had a Nick Cave tribute show. Doing justice to this legendary material, however, is no easy task. Thankfully, local group, the Dark Seeds are up to the task.
Fowler & Finn: A Tribute to Crowded House – The obviously talented Fowler Sisters have one more show to play during this year’s Fringe, and now, given an extra, distraction-free week to get the songs into better shape, there is every chance their next show will be much more successful than this one.