Edfringe

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The Breakup Monologues - Guest feature from comedian Rosie Wilby

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Interview: Amy Conachan

Scottish actor, Amy Conachan, talks about her role in Wendy Hoose. Described as an ‘outspoken comedy of bad manners’ by the critics, Johnny McKnight's play for Birds of Paradise and Random Accomplice Wendy Hoose has wowed the critics in Scotland (including Edfringe last year) and is about to open at Soho theatre (Apr 12th-May 7th). I talked to Amy Conachan who plays Laura in this two hander about what happens when things aren’t quite what they at first seem…

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Iphigenia in Splott - Review

Written by Gary Owen, this one woman drama is about young Effie from Splott, Cardiff and the impact of austerity measures. It deserves to be seen in the Houses of Parliament and on TV. But it's currently at the National Theatre, London.

Author's review: 
5

Interview: Erin Layton

ERIN LAYTON: A GENERAL SENSE OF JUSTICE

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Charolais - Edfringe Review

The age old story of female jealousy with a new twist: the other woman is cow. A real, proper, literal one; a purebred Charolais (French) heifer. And very pregnant Siobhan is determind to deal with this rival for her man’s affection…

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0

Mancunian Rhapsody - Edfringe Review

You won’t find another show like ‘Mancunian Rhapsody’ it’s one of the most original, interesting and amusing pieces of new writing I’ve seen.

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3

How To Be Fat - Edinburgh Fringe Review

Why should an overweight woman apologise to society? If Mathilda is happy why should she change? Why is it anyone else’s business? ‘How to Be Fat’ is an honest, heartfelt show and it’s great that Mathilda does it. Edfringe 2015

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3

To She or Not to She - Edfringe Review

'Frailty thy name is woman?! Oh get stuffed Will!' - 14 year old Emma Bentley’s response to realising that the Bard wrote all the best parts are for men and that, despite being the best actress in the school, she isn’t going to be playing Hamlet.

Author's review: 
4

Does our 'progressive' theatre industry only pay lip service to forward thinking?

A recent article in the Guardian listed all the upcoming shows at Edinburgh that ‘celebrate trans life’ but many of the shows listed aren’t about trans issues, or performed by trans people, they are about dressing for another gender, or they are about sexuality. Emma Frankland’s latest piece 'Rituals for Change' is about trans issues and I spoke with her after a preview showing at South Street Arts Centre in Reading.

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0

Homme | Animal - Edinburgh Fringe Festival Review

Vandetta Mathea’s long awaited production finally hits the Edinburgh Fringe.

Author's review: 
5

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