This cinematic adaptation of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is fabulously enjoyable, led by a fine performance by Max Harwood.
Death Drop, a contemporary and somewhat naughty tribute to the world of murder mystery created by Agatha Christie, is back to offer some much-needed laughs.
This weekly column keeps track of the shows that are coming back, or are newly being announced, as theatres prepare to re-open from next month onwards. It will be updated weekly until such time as it becomes a reality, and from then on will provide a weekly update to that week’s openings and future ones.
Meanwhile, I want to start keeping track of the shows that are coming back, or are newly being announced, in a new feature here that will be updated weekly until such time as it becomes a reality, and from then on will provide a weekly update to that week’s openings and future ones.
From humble beginnings as a weekly Facebook live stream during lockdown, Myra Dubois’ A Problem Shared has hit the big time and production values have soared to TWO cameras.
If ever a cabaret show was more sexy, bold and as inclusive as Little Death Club is then I have yet to discover it.
On the one hand, you might consider Little Death Club as just another late night cabaret show, but on experiencing this extraordinary hour, you see that it really is more than that, something ferociously committed to the spirit of defiance in which this form was birthed.
Little Death Club is a cabaret of the late night variety, a kind of seductive circus of misfits and certainly not for the prudish.
This Blame it on Bianca del Rio world tour has hit the UK and gone down a storm (or, hurricane); and watching Bianca del Rio’s show grow over a few short years to something so huge is still a real buzz.
Next up in our Spotlight feature is DuBois Entendre, which plays Edinburgh Festival from 3 – 26 August 2017. I caught up with writer and actor Myra DuBois.