Mark Ludmon reviews Troubadour Stageworks’ original new musical 89 Nights at C Too at Edinburgh Fringe 89 Nights C Too, Edinburgh Fringe Four stars Book Now New musical 89 Nights may have a cast of eight but, with its energy and pace, it feels like it could be 80. Presented by Bristol-based Troubadour Stageworks, it […]
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Mark Ludmon reviews Funeral Flowers, written and performed by Emma Dennis-Edwards, at the Pleasance Pop-Up at Edinburgh Fringe Funeral Flowers Pleasance Pop-Up at 21 Broughton Street, Edinburgh Fringe Five stars Book Now A large apartment on Edinburgh’s Broughton Street has been turned into a performance space by The Pleasance for this year’s Fringe, home to […]
Mark Ludmon reviews The Greatest Play in the History of the World…. starring Julie Hesmondhalgh at Traverse Theatre The Greatest Play in the History of the World… Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe Four stars Book Now Ian Kershaw’s new play may not be the greatest ever in the history of the world but it may well […]
Mark Ludmon reviews Simon Longman’s Island Town at Roundabout at Summerhall at Edinburgh Fringe
English Touring Theatre has announced the full cast for the UK tour of Richard Twyman’s critically acclaimed production of Othello.
Mark Ludmon reviews First Snow, or Première neige, at CanadaHub at Edinburgh Fringe
Mark Ludmon reviews Philip Meeks’ new play Harpy starring Su Pollard at Underbelly, Cowgate at Edinburgh Fringe
Mark Ludmon reviews Hugh Dichmont’s play The War On Terry at Landor Space in London.