The Edinburgh Fringe Hangover

Leaving Edinburgh Fringe is like suffering from a massive hangover. You’ll try and piece it together, ask yourself why you went, and promise yourself never again. Edinburgh Fringe is the calendar event of the year for the Arts. Despite the phenomenal cost attached to the yearly Fringe, Arts enthusiast and hopefuls flock in their thousands. […]

Interview with Stacy Makishi

Stacy Makishi’s talks about her new performance ‘The Falsettos’  (24th and 25th of May as part of the SACRED season at  http://www.chelseatheatre.co) and the act of turning fifty. You turned 50 this year! Congratulations. First of all how did you celebrate? We celebrated with a bunch of lesbians, trannies, gays, misfits and outlaws all together […]

Rumours @ Progress Theatre

Rumours spread like wildfire, but laughter at Progress Theatre last night was a little faster at catching on. Infectious shrieks started at the back and ebbed like a wave through the intimate auditorium and was given little relief throughout this fast paced, witty and charming show. Director Amy Leversidge takes this American play, written by Neil […]

In the Beginning was the End @ Somerset House

Despite the lack of formal scripting, the new play by Dreamthinkspeak has a clear and definite voice. It says without any hesitation: ‘I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.’ Book of Revelation: Chapter 22; verse 13 So we are tossed between moments of regeneration and destruction as […]