I spoke with performer extraordinaire, Le Gateau Chocolat, about their new tour of Duckie, a modern adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale. Gateau is a wonderful person, as well as an imaginative and passionate creative. We talked about their inspiration behind the show, how it evolved with choreographer Mark Smith and new star, Paula … Continue reading Le Gateau Chocolat’s ‘Duckie’ (Interview)
My Final Day in Edinburgh: A Reflection | 2017
Your biggest risk isn't failing, it's getting too comfortable. Every day, we're writing a few more words of a story. I wanted my story to be an adventure and that's made all the difference.- Drew HoustonWhen starting this blog, I pondered the thought of doing reviews of all the shows I was seeing at my … Continue reading My Final Day in Edinburgh: A Reflection | 2017
Day Two at the Fringe | 2017 | Reviews
"That desire to experience more fully is at the heart of immersive theatre, which can place us in situations that we are unlikely to encounter in our everyday lives, rather than merely placing them before us." - Matt Trueman After an easy start to the Fringe yesterday, I was curious to see shows in the … Continue reading Day Two at the Fringe | 2017 | Reviews
What Awaits Me At The Edinburgh Fringe?
I love new writing, new blood, modern works by unknown writers - Joseph Fiennes As I wait to hop onto my 8.55pm flight to Edinburgh, I gander at my calendar that I have managed to fill up over the past few months. After my last trip to the Fringe last year, I decided I wanted … Continue reading What Awaits Me At The Edinburgh Fringe?