REVIEW: The Taming of the Shrew (The Cockpit) ★

After a successful turn at the Camden Fringe Festival, ‘Get Over It Productions’ all female version of ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ transfers to the Cockpit Theatre. Considered one of Shakespeare’s most controversial plays, the story centres on a group of young men competing for the opportunity to woo the charming ‘Bianca’. However, as her […]

REVIEW: CUT THROAT (London Irish Centre) ★★★★

Trip & Guts Theatre presents Jean-Philippe Baril Guerard’s provocative and award-winning play as part of the Camden Fringe Festival, in an English adaptation by Matt Cunningham. First performed in Montreal in 2014, Cut Throat explores the right to Freedom of Speech and its limits as defined by law and human decency. As we enter the […]

The beauty of Fringe Festivals

August is always a busy month for theatre goers. Tomorrow I head up to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for a week where I am planning to see 30 different shows in just 6 days! Crazy right? Well, not really as just about everyone who goes is doing the same. The Camden Fringe Festival, which kicked […]

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