The Dolly Parton Story is a lot of fun and a real crowd pleaser. If you’re a country music fan, it would definitely be worth finding an hour in your busy Fringe schedule to check this show out.
Auntie Boo’s Variety Diner had it all…with a meat tray raffle to boot.
Tash York indeed has the guts to say everything out loud in this must-be-seen show about life, love, and a tonne of chicken nuggets.
Melody and Lucinda Beck are a very talented duo, who bring Rita Hayworth and Mae West to life in Sinsational, an entertaining cabaret performed at the wonderful Masonic Lodge Gluttony space.
Like the best night out at the pub you could imagine, “The Choir of Man” is a must-see.
A Bowie circus is the Fringe show we didn’t know we needed, mixing one of music’s great catalogues with some terrific circus acts.
Popular Fringe show paying tribute to Michael and Janet Jackson is a soulful one-hour extravaganza.
As far as career retrospectives go, you would be hard pressed to find one as ‘glorious’ as the one that Charles Jenkins has put together for this year’s Fringe. Get along to it if you can.
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.
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.