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

Fascinating Aïda – Festival Theatre

Directed by Paul Foster Featuring Michael Roulston on Piano ★★★★ For just shy of forty years, Fascinating Aïda has taken a harpoon to topical issues and presented their views on the world, love, life, and gin through the medium of comedic songwriting. And though cast members dip in and out, the longevity of the group survives and … Continue reading Fascinating Aïda – Festival Theatre

First Piano On The Moon – Perth Theatre

Written & Performed by Will Pickvance Directed by Lu Kemp ★★★★ Capturing the nuances of live music is a difficult feat over a digital medium. In an era of instant gratification and streaming, music is the most accessible art form. Yet, Perth Theatre's live performance of First Piano on the Moon will likely remind those of the … Continue reading First Piano On The Moon – Perth Theatre

First Piano On The Moon – Perth Theatre

Continuing to step up to the plate and produce specially created live content, Perth Theatre’s carries on the winds of success they sailed out of 2020 upon which following their hugely successful online Panto: Oh Yes We Are! A Quest For Long Lost Light And Laughter. Met with praise and adoration across twenty-five countries, the outpouring of … Continue reading First Piano On The Moon – Perth Theatre

Forget Me Not – Royal Lyceum Theatre

Piano & Conduction by Barrie Kosky Performed by Komische Oper Berlin  When it comes to Yiddish culture, it’s true what they say – they made Hollywood. They built Broadway. There is not a composer or lyricist creating today in Western culture who was not, indirectly or otherwise, influenced in some way by Yiddish musicians, singers … Continue reading Forget Me Not – Royal Lyceum Theatre