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Acting, Culture, Edinburgh Fringe

Thoughts on EdFringe 2016.

It’s done. Edinburgh Fringe 2016. The dust has settled, the glitter is finally out of my pores and I’ve been firmly ensconced in the bosom of my family home for a good week now. I have so much to say about the whole experience that I wanted to just hang on before writing it up to really let my thoughts sort themselves out. AND I’M READY. So here’s the skinny on what I learnt. 1. It’s an Emotional Rollercoaster I’ve never done anything that has made me  ...

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Culture, Theatre

A Theatre Wish List

I am having a blast up at Edfringe. The reviews are great, the show is selling well and I am seeing a whole host of absolutely belting theatre. However, given that I have the attention span of a goldfish, my thoughts are already straying to Autumn, and the things back on home turf that I am gagging to snap up tickets for. Here’s my West End Wishlist! 1. An American In Paris at The Dominion-Sweeping Gershwin melodies, old skool MGM style romance and a smash hit run on Broadway all make  ...

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Culture, London, Theatre, Theatre

Fury at Soho Theatre

COR BLIMEY GUV’NOR it’s been aaaaaages since I wrote about any theatre I’ve been to see! Basically there was a bit of an ugly vibe going round about theatre bloggers a while ago and I didn’t really want to get involved with any online slanging because nahhhhh that’s long. BUT last week I went down to one of my faaaave theatres in London, the wonderful Soho to catch the latest offering from rising play scribbling star, Phoebe Eclair-Powell who is currently  ...

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Acting, Culture, Edinburgh Fringe

Edfringe Feels

In just over a month I will be hitting the heady, wonderful world of Edinburgh Fringe with my own show, Katie Brennan’s Quarter-Life Crisis. EXCITING INNIT! I’ve been up to my eyeballs in prep, so I thought I’d pen a quick post to give you a wee update on how it’s going! Ten years ago I made my first trip up to Edinburgh Fringe with Year Out Drama Company to perform as a drunk lord in a production of The Tempest (and to perform as a real-life drunk lord on the  ...

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