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Flo and Joan – The Kindness of Strangers 4****

August 16, 2017 |

Flo and Joan seemed to come out of nowhere last year reaching the final of the Amused Moose Comedy Awards with a lot of people saying who? But they are back in 2017 and playing to capacity crowds in the … Read More

The Techtonics – Don’t Push The Button 4****

August 23, 2016 |

The Techtonics are extremely talented Imperial College London students who have come together and created an award winning a capella group, winning this year’s ICCA World Championships in New York. With a wide range of music – Queen, Adele, Right … Read More

Jess Robinson – Impressive 5*****

August 20, 2016 |

If ever there is an accurate show title in Fringe 2016 then I haven’t seen it. Jess Robinson has this nailed down. From the get in she and her hugely talented band are on stage as she encourages people to … Read More

Ghost Quartet -3***

August 20, 2016 |

Ghost Quartet

Four musicians tell us interwoven stories, twisted and peculiar, dark and violent, harrowing and discordant.

This is not a musical but nor is it a concert. The story is defined in album terms- Side 1, track 1 … Read More

Colin Hay – Get Rid of the Minstrel – 4****

August 18, 2016 | 2

Colin Hay may herald from Saltcoats in Ayrshire but he really made his name as a singer songwriter in his adopted home, then anyway, of Australia. Probably best known for fronting Grammy award winning band Men at Work who made … Read More

My Leonard Cohen – Stewart D’Arrietta 4***

August 15, 2016 |

I know the show is entitled My Leonard Cohen and is not a tribute act but for me it was a little too much Stewart D’Arrietta and his band, albeit a very tight and professional one, but it sounded a … Read More

Camille O’Sullivan – The Carny Dream 5*****

August 11, 2016 |

If there is a singer who can surpass, or even get close, to Camille O’Sullivan in this type of extravaganza then I have yet to see them. In the perfect setting of ‘Lafayette tent’, a huge structure that conjures up … Read More

Caledonian Folk and Blues at The Guildford 21st Year 4****

August 30, 2015 |

In what is always one of the longest Fringe shows in the programme each year local folk band Yard of Ale are once again hosting the event that runs from 20.00 to 24.00.

Yard of Ale are local stalwart of … Read More

Waking Up in Trees and Trucks 3***

August 25, 2015 |

Trine Munk has a lovely voice, both when she’s singing (I especially liked the one about the economy sung in Danish) and when she’s leading meditations. It’s by turns powerful and melodic, and gentle and unobtrusive, as well … Read More

Caledonian Folk and Blues at the Guildford 20th Year – 4****

August 25, 2014 |

Yep, that is right it has been twenty years since this event was first staged and yet if the night I attended is anything to go by it is as popular as ever.

Running for almost 4 hours this is … Read More