Reviews

22
Aug 2011
An empty stage, house lights on full, three false starts, then a blast from Carmina Burana (aka the Old Spice ad music), and a great moving lump appears in the back-wall curtain, which is...

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22
Aug 2011
Proving the unholy combination of cabaret laughs, top quality puppetry and a late-night vibe is a stylish offer for the Fringe, Blind Summit’s new show returns to their roots – as seen in 2005’s...

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22
Aug 2011
As we enter a very lively and packed Spiegeltent – one of a group of mobile venues that are in St George’s Square, the Assembly’s temporary home due to its usual HQ on George...

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21
Aug 2011
The stage is set simply: two long tables with white tops, a cup and saucer placed centrally on each, and behind one, prim and petite, sits Diana Payne-Myers. She is the eponymous Carmel, celebrating...

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20
Aug 2011
In Tomboy Blues – The Theory of Disappointment two performers explore the nature of disappointment and tomboyish behaviour by trailing through their childhood memories, quoting cheesy movies, listening to music, and reading unreliable science books. We...

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