Archive for August 18th, 2022

The Grandmothers Grimm

The Grandmothers Grimm

★★★★☆ Sinister comedy

Some Kind of Theatre bring their touring production of The Grandmothers Grimm back to the Fringe for a two week run at Riddle’s Court. Originally conceived for the Edinburgh Horror Festival in 2017, the piece has since toured the UK.

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The Best Ideas Happen in the Toilet

The Best Ideas Happen in the Toilet

★★☆☆☆ Vacant

Inviting you into the toilet, actor-writer Cláudia Saavedra’s debut comedy play, The Best Ideas Happen in the Toilet, is on a short run at theSpace Triplex.

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Apartness

Apartness

★★☆☆☆ Anticlimactic

Apartness, from K4K Films and Shortcut Productions at theSpace @ Surgeons’ Hall, promises much but signally fails to deliver.

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Frighthouse Presents: The Wheel Of Misfortune

Frighthouse Presents: The Wheel Of Misfortune

★★★☆☆ Comically disturbing

Part of the Laughing Horse Free Festival, The Wheel Of Misfortune is a horror-comedy which gives a bizarre account of various creepy tales, think Goosebumps tinged by The League of Gentlemen.

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Contact

Contact

★★★☆☆ Energetic

Broadsword Theatre’s Contact has a vitality that overcomes its drawbacks. At Greenside @ Infirmary Street for one week only, the play is a tonal mish-mash that nevertheless has substantial appeal.

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