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Edinburgh Fringe: Electric Eden

In Dance, Edinburgh Festival, Festivals, Opinion, Plays, Regional theatre, Reviews, Scotland by Laura KresslyLeave a Comment

Tommy Eden, a pensioner with a love for street performing since he retired, is dead. Local entrepreneur Alexander Sheldon’s security guards are responsible. Sheldon didn’t like Tommy performing outside his high end spa and leisure centre, but when the guards manhandled him off his patch, Tommy’s 87-year-old body couldn’t take it.

LOST – Voyager Business Park

In London theatre, Plays, Reviews by Laura KresslyLeave a Comment

An invitation to review this different kind of theatrical experience landed in my inbox:

Different Breed Theatre invite you to come down to Gary’s Warehouse in Bermondsey and watch an elf (well…he says he’s an elf, the little shit) talk his way out of a hostage-taking situation. Enjoy Anthony Neilson’s hour-long dark Christmas comedy ‘The Night Before Christmas’ performed by West End actors at bargain prices. There’s food from local market traders. There’s beer from local breweries. There’s questionable secret Santa gifts, rude Christmas cards, music, and of course, an elf. You might even get to sit on Santa’s (mildly pervy) knee.

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SHELTER ME – On a journey with my smartphone at Theatre Delicatessen

In Circus, Features, London theatre, Plays, Reviews by Katharine KavanaghLeave a Comment

Theatre Delicatessen; 2nd July 2015 Deservedly glowing reviews of #ShelterMe have appeared all over, so this is something a little different… An experience… (Will probably look awful on mobile. Apologies) Behind the imposing office formality, Circumference present a world of surprises in the most exciting thing to happen to circus theatre in the last decade. […]