A Masterclass with Cumley St. Claire at the Bread and Roses Theatre (Clapham Fringe)

A Masterclass with Cumley St. Claire was a show I was sad to miss during its Camden Fringe run, because who doesn't love flowers and a brightly coloured poster? Fortunately I was given another chance thanks to their short run at the Bread and Roses as part of the Clapham Fringe. On arrival at the … Continue reading A Masterclass with Cumley St. Claire at the Bread and Roses Theatre (Clapham Fringe)

BLOWHOLE at The Pleasance Theatre

Photo credit: Greta Mitchell. Benjamin Salmon pictured Running at the Pleasance Theatre until 11th September, BLOWHOLE is an hilarious and surprisingly moving solo show about life as a 20-something gay man looking for love, and the ultimate fabulous gay lifestyle. Written and performed by Benjamin Salmon BLOWHOLE beautifully blends the gratuitous with the meaningful. Our … Continue reading BLOWHOLE at The Pleasance Theatre

Potatohead at the Camden People’s Theatre (Camden Fringe)

Freddie Hayes in Potatohead at Camden People's Theatre running until 22nd August 2021 as part of the Camden Fringe Festival 2021 ★★★ Charlotte, a potato, wants to make a deal with the devil so that she can become a famous performer. Yes this is Doctor Faustus but with spuds. Potatohead is as gloriously bonkers as … Continue reading Potatohead at the Camden People’s Theatre (Camden Fringe)

I Miss Amy Winehouse (WIP) at Etcetera Theatre (Camden Fringe)

Suchandrika Chakrabarti Slightly out of my element (but in a good way) I found myself reviewing a comedy show last night. 'I Miss Amy Winehouse' is the first solo hour from new comedian Suchandrika Chakrabarti and it is about how much she misses Amy Winehouse, there are quizzes and everything. Of course it is also … Continue reading I Miss Amy Winehouse (WIP) at Etcetera Theatre (Camden Fringe)

‘The Game of Love and Chance’ at the Arcola Outside

The Game of Love and Chance. Arcola Theatre 14 July - 7 August 2021. David Acton, Ammar Duffus, George Kemp, Beth Lilly, Michael Lyle and Ellie Nunn pictured. ★★★★ This brand new English version of Pierre de Marivaux's classic comedy, adapted by Quentin Beroud and Jack Gamble, takes great delight in modernising this almost 300 … Continue reading ‘The Game of Love and Chance’ at the Arcola Outside