News and Reviews by Edfringe19

24th Aug 19 :: Review: The Professor
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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23rd Aug 19 :: Review: Father of Lies
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23rd Aug 19 :: Review: My Land
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23rd Aug 19 :: Review: Genesis: The Mary Shelley Play
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23rd Aug 19 :: Review: Manual Cinema's Frankenstein
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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23rd Aug 19 :: Review: Collapsible
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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23rd Aug 19 :: Review: Daughterhood
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23rd Aug 19 :: Review: Umbrella Man
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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22nd Aug 19 :: Review: The Letter
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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22nd Aug 19 :: Review: The Nights
Henry Naylor's play at the Edinburgh Fringe
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22nd Aug 19 :: Review: Drowning
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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22nd Aug 19 :: Review: Wild Swimming
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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21st Aug 19 :: Review: Absolute Burlesque
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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21st Aug 19 :: Review: Lucy McCormick: Post Popular
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21st Aug 19 :: Review: Google Me
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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21st Aug 19 :: Review: (some)Body
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21st Aug 19 :: Review: Lucille and Cecilia
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20th Aug 19 :: Review: Camille O'Sullivan Sings Cave
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20th Aug 19 :: Review: Zoë Coombs Marr: Bossy Bottom
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20th Aug 19 :: Review: The Last of the Pelican Daughters
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20th Aug 19 :: Review: Swim
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20th Aug 19 :: Review: Wireless Operator
Seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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20th Aug 19 :: Review: The Big Breakfast
Three menus seen at the Edinburgh Fringe
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19th Aug 19 :: Review: Rouge
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19th Aug 19 :: Review: The Thinking Drinkers
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19th Aug 19 :: Review: Baby Reindeer
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19th Aug 19 :: Review: The Red
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19th Aug 19 :: Review: A Play, A Pie and A Pint
Lunch at the Fringe
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19th Aug 19 :: Review: A Midsummer Night's Droll
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18th Aug 19 :: Review: Henry Box Brown
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Latest User Reviews

18th Feb 24 :: Review: As SHE Likes It

A must see play about the struggles of actresses in the past, continuing into the present day. The actors� passion shines through in this dark, moving and play with an underlying humour throughout. Highly recommend.


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18th Feb 24 :: Review: David Suchet - Poirot and More, a Retrospective

I went to see the show yesterday at the palace theatre Westcliff , I had a great seat two rows from the stage , an aisle seat which was perfect as it felt very personal and David was very engaging , talking to the audience and making everyone feel included. He told a fascinating story of his life and career and towards the end intricately morphed into his poirot character in front of our eyes explaining how he achieved the voice , mannerisms and little quirks that endear us all to that iconic little man. Geoffrey Wansell o stage with him as his introducer and interviewer was a bonus as I am also a fan of his . David told amusing , emotive and sometimes sad stories of his life and career and I can honestly say that it was the best theatre experience I have ever had in my 55 years and I�ve seen a LOT of theatre . I did not think I could like Sir David anymore than I did , how wrong I was .


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5th Feb 24 :: Review: The Hills of California
An amazing piece of writing, beautifully staged and performed. This is a super bit of theatre and the 3 hours whizzed by so fast. I really bought in to these characters and their stories. Marvelous ...
5
4th Feb 24 :: Review: House and Garden
Gave this one star because it wasn’t raining in the theatre. Watched the first half of “The House” then left at the interval… Not funny, dated and on the whole painful to sit through.
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30th Jan 24 :: Review: As SHE Likes It

Absolutely wonderful play about women's lack of a voice, and so much more. It began in the 1920's and is still an issue. This is a must-see and hopefully will begin dialogue so that it becomes an issue of the past, not one that carries on for another hundred years....


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30th Jan 24 :: Review: Do I Love You?

Fabulous play, actors were excellent and really drew you I to their lives, and experience their sadness, despair, joy, fun. I saw the play at Wakefield Theatre. I cannot praise it enough.


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10th Jan 24 :: Review: La traviata

Very enjoyable production; good performances all round but ensemble singing was first class.


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9th Jan 24 :: Review: Awful Auntie
Very good
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30th Dec 23 :: Review: Beauty and the Beast (Granville Theatre, Ramsgate)
Brilliant with plenty of laughs
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24th Dec 23 :: Review: Beauty and the Beast
Outstanding!
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23rd Dec 23 :: Review: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Civic Hall, Ellesmere Port)
Brilliant fun panto. All the cast brilliant, especially Marvin mirror.
5
20th Dec 23 :: Review: Goldilocks and the Three Bears
visually stunning but not much panto. Brendan Cole phoned it in, even the dances.
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17th Dec 23 :: Review: The House with Chicken Legs

Excellent and entertaining. It was mesmerising. Cast was awesome


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14th Dec 23 :: Review: Safehouse
A really thought provoking play. Great acting creating characters you could really believe in . I’d definitely recommend this play
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13th Dec 23 :: Review: Peter Pan
Unnecessarily crude. Glad my grandchildren weren't with me. Walked out after half an hour
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5th Dec 23 :: Review: A Christmas Carol
I CANNOT RECOMMEND THIS ENOUGH! The way this rendition of the classic Christmas tale is put together is truly beautiful, capturing the contrast of the cold bahumbug to the overwhelming warmth of its joyful resolution. The performences, pacing, creative use of space, colour, light, darkness, pacing & music is totally on point, & is a beautiful presentation of the Dickens classic. I saw this in 2022 & plan to see it again in 2023, as it thoroughly got me in the Christmas spirit! Miss it at your peril!
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4th Dec 23 :: Review: Santa Rocks
A fun, fabulous, interactive and well cast Pantomime. Full of talent and energy which was delivered brilliantly with excellent singing. The storyline was everything you’d hope for from a Pantomime right through to the finale with giggles and laughter heard from children and adults throughout with plenty up on their feet joining in with the dancing too ! No negatives at all ,this fab trio delivered genuine family fun professionally and are well worth a visit The young female Elf is one to watch for the future . Would highly recommend getting yourself down there to see and hear for yourself . I will be going again !
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4th Dec 23 :: Review: Santa Rocks
Brilliant pantomime with Jingle and Jangle and Father Christmas, so funny and we all laughed out loud. Great show, fabulous dancing and funny jokes. A really Funtime before Christmas
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3rd Dec 23 :: Review: Santa Rocks
Highly recommend, well worth every penny. The entire show was energetic, fun and interactive. I was up and dancing along with everyone else throughout! Go see Santa rock and rolling, already booked again for when they return!
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3rd Dec 23 :: Review: Santa Rocks
Today we took our grandchildren to watch Santa Rocks, what can i say? Even i was up and dancing by the end. What really great fun, the grandchildren absolutely loved it and they will treasure their nice list certificate.
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