In August it all kicks off, the 70th anniversary of Edinburgh Festival Fringe. For three weeks, Scotland’s capital, welcomes an explosion of creative energy from around the globe.
Each critic will see a minimum of 15 performances within their specialist area, and their responses may include traditional written reviews, blogs, vlogs, podcasts, tweets and visual responses. Last year, over 400 reviews were produced by 19 participating critics, as well as additional social media content and reportage.
The production, which is directed by Roy Alexander Weise, is set to star Charlie Dorfman as Lette, Arian Nik as Karlmann and Indra Ové as Fanny. Meanwhile, for this 10th anniversary production it was also announced that T’Nia Miller has been cast as Scheffler, a role which is traditionally played by a man.
It’s been 455 days since I was walked out of the offices of WhatsOnStage, the company that I co-founded. And today I can finally, officially and publicly say: I did nothing wrong and should not have been dismissed. To say that the past 15 months have been extremely long and difficult for me is an understatement, and […]