Tag: fringe

Preview: Bost-Uni Plues by Ugly Bucket

LONDON – Playing as part of the Blue Elephant Theatre’s Elephantology Festival for new companies and graduates, Ugly Bucket theatre is presenting their new play Bost-Uni Plues!  Everyone says that university is the best three years of your life. The only problem is – what’s the comedown going to be like once you graduate? Based on the

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Preview: ear for eye by the Royal Court Theatre

LONDON – “Marchin’ days is over man.” ear for eye presents the newest work from Olivier and BAFTA Award-winning writer and director debbie tucker green, now considered one of theatre’s most original and internationally acclaimed voices. green has previously worked on plays for the Royal Court, including a profoundly affectionate, passionate devotion to someone (-noun), hang, truth & reconciliation, and random. In this

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M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2019: Still Waters

In January 2019, the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is returning for its 15th edition! Announcing the programme in a launch party at the Esplanade Annexe Studio yesterday, this year, the annual arts festival has curated works that respond to or parallel Singaporean artist Suzann Victor’s Still Waters, the second time the festival will be adopting

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Preview: So Bad by Wild Surmise (Clapham Fringe 2018)

LONDON – Brand new theatre company Wild Surmise makes their theatrical debut this week as part of Clapham Fringe 2018! Formed in September 2017, the company aims to produce and promote new writing and new talent, and will be presenting the premiere of Duncan Turner’s screwball comedy-thriller So Bad. Says writer/producer Duncan Turner, who also writes

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Preview: Like Lions by Pregnant Fish Theatre (Clapham Fringe 2018)

LONDON – As part of the Clapham Fringe 2018, Pregnant Fish Theatre premieres Like Lions, a brand new play about the everyday struggles of UK millennials this October. Over the last year, Pregnant Fish Theatre conducted a series of workshops with 25 – 34 year-olds around the UK, giving participants opportunities to discuss their hopes, fears and thoughts about their own futures.

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Preview: Clapham Fringe 2018

LONDON – Returning for its fourth edition, the Clapham Fringe returns to The Bread & Roses Theatre from 27th September to 14th October 2018. With 23 different productions and 48 performances over the three weeks, audiences can expect a range of genres and mediums from theatre to comedy, storytelling and cabaret. As the Fringe continues to

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Review: Stupid Cupid by Patch and Punnet

A space-time continuum busting series of parodies that makes for a successful second outing for this youth theatre group.  Staged in a small, intimate living room space above brand new bookstore-cum-cafe The Moon, Stupid Cupid is a quirky play that feels perfectly designed for a millennial audience. The second production from Patch and Punnet, Stupid Cupid imagines a hapless

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Preview: Tall Stories Goes Wilde at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe

LONDON – The 1997 Edinburgh Fringe saw the premiere of Tall Stories’ first ever show, an adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s fairytales titled The Happy Prince and Other Stories.  Now, 21 years later, the company has grown to become an international success, with hugely popular family friendly productions such as The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom to their name. It

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Preview: Graceful by Flugelman Productions

LONDON – Written by Hayley Ricketson and directed by Mike Cottrell, Flugelman Productions will be presenting Graceful at the Rosemary Branch Theatre, after a successful, sold out run at the RADA Festival. Longlisted for Theatre 503’s Playwriting Award in 2016, Graceful follows 17-year-old Grace as her alcoholic father checks himself into rehab, and as a result, is

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Rainforest Fringe Festival 2018: Festival Opening Weekend

KUCHING, SARAWAK – From an outsider’s point of view, Kuching feels like a world apart from bustling Singapore. Instead of the daily grind of office workers commuting into the CBD, the roar of cars speeding along a highway, the Sarawakian capital is quiet, at peace with the world as its inhabitants go about their lives

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