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‘This Fringe-focused frolic has to be a win’: ED FRINGE: THE MUSICAL REVUE – Canal Cafe ★★★★

In Cabaret, Edinburgh Festival, London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Reviews by Debbie GilpinLeave a Comment

As a lover of the Fringe, Edinburgh and musicals, this show was made for me. For 55 minutes Emily Jane Kerr, Laura Hyde and James Witt sing and dance their way through Fringe related sketches all about the highs and lows of Edinburgh’s most famous (and crammed) month.

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DON’T BLAME THE BANKERS… $T00PID! – Canal Cafe Theatre

In Cabaret, Comedy, Festivals, London theatre, Reviews by Helen McWilliamsLeave a Comment

Don’t Blame The Bankers… $t00pid has one final performance at Canal Café Theatre, tonight! Book your tickets here: Canal Cafe Theatre Box Office Star rating: ***** 45 minutes of sheer innovative and evocative writing and performance. Don’t Blame The Bankers… $t00pid captured our imaginations from the outset, it makes a bold and impacting statement as […]

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In London theatre, News, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Caroline Hanks-FarmerLeave a Comment

Happiness is a Cup Of Tea was a definite highlight of the Camden Fringe last year. As a drastically shorter piece of work, the one woman play performed and written by Annie Mckenzie left a lasting impression, after it’s performance at Canal Café Theatre as part of a night of short works called Indelible Images. Now a much extended piece at just under an hour at Vault Festival the high standard of writing and delivery is every inch identical, with every aspect of grief covered.