We caught up with Side eYe Productions Artistic Director Hannah Abdule to talk about the forthcoming return of the amazing Dugzi Dayz to New Diorama Theatre, plus Ed Fringe experiences, future plans, and some fab things to do in London!
Belarus Free Theatre’s newest gothic noir performance – King Stakh’s Wild Hunt – shows how powerful the impact of art can be in the times of dictatorship.
A masterful must-see immersive experience aboard a red bus travelling across South-East London, The Architect inspires us to seek justice and realise our dreams.
All of our 2023 Edinburgh Fringe reviews in one place – we’ll be updating this by the minute (as long as we keep the Irn-Bru flowing).
Truly, Madly, Baldy is a deft two man show about self and societal acceptance after experiencing hair loss.
For a show which places death in its title, this is a beautiful, life-affirming show from BLINK Dance Theatre!
Love and dating go wrong then right then wrong again, as Miriam Battye’s Strategic Love Play flits between searing analysis of the transactionality of modern dating and sweet romcom.
A one-woman powerhouse performance of love and self-worth.
A revolutionary meta-comedy about disability politics and using identity to sell.