Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2023 Theatre Review: Jacob Storms’ Tennessee Rising – The Dawn of Tennessee Williams (Assembly Rooms) ★★★★

Based on the life and career of Tennessee Williams, Jacob Storms' compelling one man show examines his unexplored years with both wit and sincerity. Jacob Storms in Tennessee Rising: The Dawn of Tennessee Williams. Thoughfully written and comprehensively researched, Tennessee Rising introduces the audience to Tom, an up-and-coming writer who is yet to be known... Continue Reading →

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2023 Theatre Review: Good Morning, Faggi (Summerhall) ★★★★

This charismatic, coming of age journey is skillfully performed and deftly devised. It challenges the audience to consider how liberals centre themselves in coming-out narratives, and question if tolerance is enough to end systemic oppression. Axel Ingi Árnason and Bjarni Snæbjörnsson in Good Morning, Faggi. Photo Credit: Leifur Wilberg. Good Morning, Faggi is the kind... Continue Reading →

Edinburgh International Festival 2023 Theatre Review: As Far As Impossible (Lyceum Theatre) ★★★

Captivating verbatim accounts of international humanitarian workers are thoughtfully woven together in this documentary-style theatrical experience. Natacha Koutchoumov, Baptiste Coustenoble, Beatriz Brás and Adrien Barazzone in As Far As Impossible. Photo Credit: Andrew Perry. Drawn from interviews with humanitarian workers, and primarily performed and captioned in English and French (with some Portugese), As Far As... Continue Reading →

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2023 Theatre Review: The Kinsey Sicks – Drag Queen Storytime Gone Wild! (Gilded Balloon) ★★★

These are the drag queens that you were warned about! Join Angel, Trampolina, Trixie and Winnie for this irreverent romp that showcases superb songs and camp charm. Nathan Marken, Spencer Brown, Jeff Manabat and J.B. McLendon in The Kinsey Sicks: Drag Queen Storytime Gone Wild! Photo credit: Lois Tema. Returning to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe... Continue Reading →

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