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NEWS: Brighton Fringe 2016 programme announced

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Brighton Fringe revealed its 2016 programme today [24 February], including the news that The Reviews Hub will be an official Media Partner for the festival. Over 900 events will take place in Brighton during the Fringe, including a major new seafront pop-up venue Republic, the arrival of Edinburgh venue Sweet, and the Fringe All Nighter that will see shows run ...

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Camille O’Sullivan: Brel – Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh

Reviewer: John Roberts Returning once again to Edinburgh for a much shorter run and in a new venue, Camille O’Sullivan brings her Parisian/Irish heritage to a natural fit in a show that celebrates and highlights the power, the passion, the desire and the lust of French Singer/Songwriter Jacques Brel. O’Sullivan is a unique artist, she straddles the barbed wired fence ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 Minutes with Camille O’Sullivan

There can’t be many acclaimed singers who can also claim an accomplished career as an artist and architect, but Camille O’Sullivan has always been one to challenge perceptions. As she prepares to return to the Edinburgh Festival for the 11th time, this time showcasing the work of Jaques Brel, Glen Pearce caught up with her to discuss the show, her ...

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Camille O’Sullivan: 10 – Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh

Reviewer: John Roberts Camille O’Sullivan returns to the Fringe celebrating her 10th year at the biggest arts festival in the world. Her latest show 10 is a best of her previous performances. Elements from past shows litter the stage like ghosts of the past from her sparkly red glitter shoes, light up rabbits, rope swing and hanging dresses. Like the ...

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The Rape of Lucrece – Southbank Centre, London

Writer: William Shakespeare Music: Feargal Murray and Camille O’Sullivan Director: Elizabeth Freestone Reviewer: Stephen Bates The tragedy of Lucrece is mentioned by William Shakespeare in several of his plays, but his narrative poem which recounts the full story is known to most of us only from the page. This bold and imaginative production by the Royal Shakespeare Company, which was ...

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Camille O’Sullivan: Feel – Spiegeltent at Wonderground, London

Reviewer: Natalie Barker [rating:3] I’ve seen Camille O’Sullivan perform in London twice before now and enjoyed her original take on powerful narrative songs from the likes of Tom Waits, Nick Cave and David Bowie. Her touring shows, Dark Angel and Chameleon, are similar – she has performed a handful of the same songs on each occasion, first at the Bloomsbury ...

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