Review: Carousel

Review: Carousel

Go round and round this maze of music, burlesque and dance. Mind the snake. If we were to say we’re about to review Carousel – how many of you would think of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical? None? Excellent. Carousel is a “twisted affair” of all things...
Review: The Apocalypse Gameshow

Review: The Apocalypse Gameshow

When you were young, did you ever get duped into attending one of those after-school activities with circus skills and parachute games only to discover it was a secret Christian indoctrination programme? The BIGBIN club had a lot to answer for (it stands for Believe...
Review: It’s Your Funeral

Review: It’s Your Funeral

Take a twist of Bayou blues and British burlesque – then throw in a dead body. It’s party time. A New Orleans or “Jazz” funeral begins with a steady procession from the house of the deceased, mourners singing a dirge. African American Protestant...
Review: Moralgorithm

Review: Moralgorithm

A keystone of cabaret, audience interaction is being adopted more and more by fringe theatre. A new production from Stamp Collective puts the focus on the audience leading to a potentially different show each time. In a sense, this is an interactive theatre piece...
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