Category: Performing Art

Performing Art

I, SNIPER – Space / North Bridge – 3K

The method of story telling results in the main character becoming somewhat of a cardboard cut out, lifted in and taken out every 20 seconds. 3K

NARCISSIST IN THE MIRROR – Pleasance – 4.5K

Brilliant theatre? This show should a mandatory school class, a part of every high school and undergrad curricula! 4.5K

WHEN THE FRIENDSHIP HAS SAILED – C-21 – 2.5K

Natalie Ann Jamieson’s performance is of such sustained humour and quality that one can only ponder what much meatier roles she may also shine in; she is a delight to watch and see perform. 2.5K

FOR THE RECORD – Pleasance – 4K

A delightful escape from the bustle of a busy Ed fringe afternoon. Toby Thompson is the new prophet for the spoken word.

KIDS PLAY – The Space – Niddry St – 4K

Kids Play is thoughtful, well written and extremely well executed theatre. 4K

THE SHIFT – Underbelly – 3K

Engaging and captivating physical theatre – 3K

THE MARILYN CONSPIRACY – Assembly – 4.5K

Gripping yarn about a fabled event, brilliantly written and performed. 4.5K

COMIC’S PORTRAIT OF A SERIOUS ARTIST – Ed Book Fest Spiegeltent – 4.5K

A night to remember; a risky collaboration between so many diverse elements that came off brilliantly. 4.5K

JEREMY NICHOLAS – After Dinner Stories – Gilded Balloon – 4K

When stand up often resorts to crudity and the crass, even the BBC’s 11th most famous Jeremy can deliver a rousing hour of humour. 4K

THE HOUSE – Assembly – 5K

The House is the most terrific fun – 5K