Review: Julien Cottereau: Imagine Toi

Review: Julien Cottereau: Imagine Toi

If you think of clowning in terms of red noses and painted-on smiles, you’ll be surprised by Julien Cottereau. Except for the ill-fitting trousers and jaunty hat, he doesn’t fulfil any of those criteria. Mimed with exquisite sound work and fluidity, Imagine Toi,...
Review: The Horne Section

Review: The Horne Section

Musical comedians The Horne Section may be among the most modest of acts. Despite being able to pack out shorter shows during their three Edinburgh Festival Fringe runs, they have chosen again to share their longer and high profile run at the Southbank Centre with two...
Review: The Tiger Lillies Perform Hamlet

Review: The Tiger Lillies Perform Hamlet

I’ve seen Hamlet many times, but never as a dreamlike and surreal production in such a grand scale as this. Backed by cabaret post-punk band The Tiger Lillies, the play gains a Brechtian tone through their haunting music and the echoing voice of frontman Martyn...
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