Tiger Lady – Pleasance Courtyard

Artistic Direction by Kasia Zaremba-Byrne Co-Written by Alex Byrne ★★★ The circus is the work of the devil. It’s difficult to disagree with Mary-Ann Haynie’s intensely religious aunts. Death-defying acts, beasts, manipulation, scintillating beauty, and an uncanny ability to part hungry audiences with their hard-earned dollars; may be a work of the devil, but Dead … Continue reading Tiger Lady – Pleasance Courtyard

Have A Gander – Jeremy Sassoon’s MOJO

Singer-pianist Jeremy Sassoon returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe once more as they bring Jeremy Sassoon's MOJO to the Assembly Checkpoint through to August 28th (not 15th or 16th). A show which draws together aspects of Sassoon's life, past and present in a celebration of jazz music, pop songs, football anthems and the ties to … Continue reading Have A Gander – Jeremy Sassoon’s MOJO

Have A Gander – Tiger Lady

Performer Chloe Waddilove managed to find some time between dodging tigers, dancing in the circus and the madness of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2022 to Have A Gander about Tiger Lady. Taking inspiration from the life of Mabel Stark, a runaway who joins the circus, who finds she has an utterly remarkable talent for training and … Continue reading Have A Gander – Tiger Lady

A Splinter of Ice – Original Theatre Company

Written by Ben Brown Directed by Alastair Whatley ★★★★ Allegiance is a peculiar concept, an unfaltering loyalty to something other than us: to countries, to politics and most complexly to friendships. It has a staining presence, particularly in its absence or repentance, and to ‘switch sides’ or betray your supposed allegiance is a branding mark … Continue reading A Splinter of Ice – Original Theatre Company