Day 9 means its time for shows to start wrapping up. Only two days left to see things and windows closing all the time. Tonight was also the night the Best of Venues were announced. Read the full review.
Lucky number seven.Wednesday was a low schedule day just on account of how things worked out. We did however continue vlogging and talked to the writer-director of Don’t Make Me Zealous, one of the writer-performers of This is Today, and Fringe superstar, Sandrine Lafond creator of Little Lady.Read the full review.
Scruffy Theatre Production’s Trashman’s Dilemma takes us into a world where speech has been replaced by telepathic communication via implant in the brain and shows us men learning to communicate verbally once more when their implants fail them.Read the full review.
Twisted By Design’s White Noise is a retelling of the local story of Nadia Kajouji’s suicide, brought on by the urgings of an internet predator, to shed light on mental illness.Read the full review.
Danti-Dan, presented by the Senior Acting Company, is a daring story about the youth, the loss of innocence, and sexual awakening.Read the full review.
Tess Mc Manus’ one-woman show is an anecdotal look at life in Letterkenny County, Donegal (Ireland) through the eyes of a young woman who has been entered in the county’s annual Donkey Derby.Read the full review.
It’s day eight of Fringe and while we’re definitely getting near the end, there is still a lot to see and a lot of chances to see it. In fact, now is the time everybody’s scrambling with their schedules to make sure they can see as much as their must see list as they can. Read the full review.
Space Mystery from Outer Space is a giant blending of pulp 50s stylings, told in true over the top fashion. Read the full review.
Aerial Allusions is s story of life, love, and what it’s all about – told largely through dance. Read the full review.
100 First Kisses is a sweet and charming story that takes place inside a girl’s imagination. Read the full review.