Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Tag: comedy

COMEDY – Harriet Kemsley is shaming slut shaming

  Harriet Kemsley missed out on the #metoo movement because she had lost her phone, and now she’s expressing herself and dancing out her own...

COMEDY – Calling My Tribe revels in the trauma of midlife realisations

BY BOB CUMMINS Calling My Tribe is an intimate, reminiscing, self-deprecating, entertaining, and relatable show that left us tickled and entertained - but also slightly...

COMEDY – I Want an Irish Passport, just for the craic

Ok so admittedly, I was intrigued by this show because like many other Brits with a claim to Irish citizenship, I’ve recently discovered that...

COMEDY – A hilarious battle cry for womankind

BY KATHRYN PIERCE In collaboration with @SomewhereEdi  Jen Brister: Meaningless, “I was angry in my 20s and now I’m f**king livid.” With her signature confidence, composed delivery and...

MUSICAL THEATRE – Trump! is making satire great again

Blowfish Theatre Company are making satire great again in a truly tremendous fashion. On stage a not-so-orange Donald Trump exclaimed that the press would...

ALTER EGO Q&A – Maddie Rice/ Miss

Deadline at the Fringe are interviewing performers across the month, putting 20 questions to them – both as an artist and as their stage...

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