Neil Henry’s decent proposal is letter-perfect.
Next month sees the inaugural outing for The Big Burlesque Event.
Accusations of plagiarism over “best Edinburgh Fringe joke”.
“Look into my eyes, reviewers. When you write this up, you will say…”
What sort of an idea is cabaret for kids? Katharine Kavanagh finds out with Ali McGregor
Camille O’Sullivan pairs with Jacques Brel – is this a match made in heaven or hell?
Boylesque, circus and drag, all in one hilarious package.
Doilies, red satin, Tom Jones and free food prepared before our laughing eyes… Welcome to the oddball world of Jojo Bellini, and Australian performer who is, as she tells us, ‘just an ordinary girl. Sort of.’ Channeling her Welsh heritage on her grandfather’s side, and a love of cooking inspired by her mother, the winking,…
The fluidity and genuine camaraderie between supremely talented artists is what sets this show apart.
So where would one start, reviewing cabaret, in Edinburgh…? A show that celebrates the best of traditional and modern Scottish culture in the beautiful Assembly Gardens’ Spiegeltent sounds like a no brainer. And what a treat Le Haggis turns out to be! The kilted fella who takes my ticket asks if I’m game for a wee dance when I head…