Home / Tag Archives: Assembly Hall

Tag Archives: Assembly Hall

Bingo! – Assembly Hall, Edinburgh

three women and a table

Writers: Anita Vettesse and Johnny McKnight Director: Jemima Levick Composer: Alan Penman Reviewer: S.E. Webster Pens at the ready! Eyes down! It’s fun, entertaining and contains only minor bloodshed. Not your average night at the theatre – much better in fact! A new collaboration between Stella Quines Theatre Company and Grid Iron, Bingo! focuses on the trials and tribulations of ...

Read More »

My Name is Irrelevant – Assembly Hall, Edinburgh

man looking at a film slide

Writer: Matthew Hall Director: Ross MacKay Reviewer: Tom Ralphs A slide projector mounted on a collection of notebooks, against a backdrop that includes a video player, diaries and paperbacks is the setting for My Name is Irrelevant. It looks like the bedsit of someone trapped in a 1970s childhood, making it the perfect setting for a piece that deals with ...

Read More »

Sigma – Assembly Hall, Edinburgh

kaleidoscope of woman in headdress

Choreographer: Seeta Patel Reviewer: Chloe St George If you take a form like dance, or circus, that, to the untrained eye at least, is all about the visuals and the spectacle, it doesn't always have to justify its meaning. All we ask is that it be pleasing on the eye. But if you take such a form and try to ...

Read More »

David O’Doherty: Big Time – Assembly Hall, Edinburgh

DAVID O'DOCHERTY BIG TIME

Writer: David O’Doherty Reviewer: Fergus Morgan David O’Doherty, by his own admission, has got as big as he’s going to get. His 17th show at the Edinburgh Fringe, Big Time, sees him playing the festival’s premiere venue to packed houses every night of the week. But, despite some wild fantasies about his professional career soaring so meteorically high that, in ...

Read More »

Mark Steel’s In Toon – Assembly Hall, Edinburgh

mark steel in toon

Writer: Mark Steel Reviewer: Fergus Morgan There’s probably nowhere in Britain that Mark Steel doesn’t know some peculiar, revealing fact about. His Edinburgh Fringe show, Mark Steel’s In Toon, is a mix of some more prepared material about politics, football fans and the great English cup of tea, and some more cobbled together stuff about Scotland, its history, and its ...

Read More »

9 to 5 The Musical – Assembly Hall, Edinburgh

9 to 5

Book: Patricia Resnick Music and Lyrics: Dolly Parton Director: Ken Alexander Reviewer: Mark O’Neill Equality for women is sadly still an issue in today’s society but thankfully times have changed considerably since 1980 when Patricia Resnick wrote the film9 to 5. Having now become regulars at the Fringe, entertaining audiences for over a decade, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland are ...

Read More »

FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with…Vivienne Acheampong of Rainbow Class

With over 3000 shows at the world's biggest arts festival, here at The ReviewsHub,we want to make the job of choosing your Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows that little bit easier. So here’s Vivienne Acheampong of Rainbow Class answering our annual Five Fast Fringe Questions. In one sentence tell us about your show. A comic yet poignant one-woman show exploring the ...

Read More »

FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with…Stewart D’Arrietta from My Leonard Cohen

With over 3000 shows at the world's biggest arts festival, here at The ReviewsHub,we want to make the job of choosing your Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows that little bit easier. So here’s Stewart D'Arrietta from My Leonard Cohenanswering our annual Five Fast Fringe Questions. In one sentence tell us about your show. My Leonard Cohenis an expose of the genius ...

Read More »