Jeremy Sassoon Mojo – Assembly Checkpoint

Performed by Jeremy Sassoon, Nicola Farnon, and Phil Johnson ★★★★ The Piano Man returns - Internationally renowned singer-pianist Jeremy Sassoon brings their canny talents with tickling ivories to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Raising a glass, or several, to the icons and influencers of the world of music, Jeremey Sassoon’s Mojo is a love letter of … Continue reading Jeremy Sassoon Mojo – Assembly Checkpoint

Bloody Elle: A Gig Musical – Traverse Theatre

https://youtu.be/znRTIoEsj7s Written, Composed & Performed by Lauryn Redding Directed by Bryony Shanahan ★★★★★ Maybe it’s the misery deep down, but we’re sick to the back teeth of shmaltzy romances and gooey eyes. Where songs burst with the chipper of lovebirds, and the watery thin narrative makes way for jukebox musical melodies and antics. Lauryn Redding's … Continue reading Bloody Elle: A Gig Musical – Traverse Theatre

SIX – Festival Theatre

Written by Toby Marlow & Lucy Moss Directed by Lucy Moss & Jamie Armitage Last week we celebrated International Women's Day. A minor, though no less significant slice, of the appreciation, adoration and respect millions across the globe deserve. And yet, looking back into Her-Story, there's a pantheon of stories left behind in the shadows … Continue reading SIX – Festival Theatre

Scottish Opera: The Puccini Collection – Caird Hall

Composed by Giacomo Puccini Conducted by Stuart Stratford ★★★★ Giacomo Puccini. You’d be rather hard-pressed to source a composer of more influence or esteem in the Operatic world; Madame Butterfly, La Boheme, Turandot, La Rondine – the progression from Romanticist composer to verismo, Puccini acclimates his works and styles throughout the decades, his various Operatics being adapted, … Continue reading Scottish Opera: The Puccini Collection – Caird Hall

Southern Light Sings for the King’s – Festival Theatre

Directed by Andy Johnston ★★★★ One Hundred and Twenty-five years of communal magic, Southern Light Opera has called the Kings’s Theatre, the old Lady of Leven Street, home for more than a century. And how fitting that one of Edinburgh’s grassroots production companies should be the one to strike out with a continued appeal for … Continue reading Southern Light Sings for the King’s – Festival Theatre