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Liz Lochhead: Apple Says Aaah – and Other Poems, Pommes and People 3 stars ***

August 8, 2013 |

Liz Lochhead’s show ‘Apple Says Aaah – and Other Poems, Pommes and People’ in Studio 2 at the Assembly Rooms is a very genteel start to the day.  Piano music tinkles off the walls as the predominately middle-aged audience take … Read More

The Sunday Assembly – 5*****

August 6, 2013 |

Atheism is on the move – and that move is to stand up and sing Build Me Up Buttercup with plenty of like-minded people, of a Sunday lunchtime. And why not?

This was less a show, more a joyous celebration … Read More

Blofeld and Baxter – Memories of Test Match Special

August 3, 2013 |


At the outset, I should declare that I am a cricket enthusiast and regard Test Match cricket as the pinnacle of team sport. Also, being of advanced years, I have listened to Test Match Special (TMS) for decades. Thus, … Read More


August 26, 2012 |


Duality is billed as an abstract representation of how technology shapes our lives. This may be so, but I don’t think I have seen a Dance and Physical Theatre show so lacking in live action.

The opening routine by … Read More

A Compas Flamenco

August 24, 2012 |


Ricardo Garcia’s A Compas Flamenco is a workshop session explaining the Flamenco style of guitar music and dance. He has with him two dancers, one female and one male, to help with the explanations and to perform various dance … Read More

Tom Lauri: Good With His Fingers

August 18, 2012 |


After a slightly wobbly start, this was a very pleasing show. Tom Lauri is indeed ‘good with his fingers’, and classic and simple magic was performed with skill and panache and no, I couldn’t see how he … Read More

Knee Deep

August 15, 2012 |


This troupe from Australia consists of three males and one female. They are billed as a circus act but they incorporate more into their performance than the usual circus routines. Yes, they can demonstrate the attributes of strength, gymnastic … Read More

Mephisto Waltz

August 13, 2012 |


This show isn’t going to be for everyone. It does not present a conventional narrative. The soundtrack does not consist of only music – there’s noise and snippets of recordings and soundscapes. It tends more to the … Read More

Nessie The Loch Ness Monster

August 8, 2012 |


This show is a little bit away from the main hub of the Fringe, but is well worth the extra milage  as it was a delight to watch and the kids loved it. Once we had entered the venue, … Read More

Monsters Got Talent

August 8, 2012 |


Monster Got Talent is a fun and interactive puppet show which all of the children were instantly drawn into and involved with. It is housed within the Pleasance Green which is set up purely for children’s entertainment with … Read More