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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 Katie Brennan answering our annual Five Fast Fringe Questions. In one sentence tell us about your show. For anyone blundering blindly through your twenties, for anyone who hasn’t ...

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Ordinary Days – Rosemary Branch Theatre, London

Music and Lyrics: Adam Gwon Director: Natalia Scorer Musical Director: Patrick Stockbridge Reviewer: Scott Stait   It’s great to see Adam Gwon’s Ordinary Days getting another outing on the fringe scene in London. A show that premiered at the Finborough in 2008, Gwon’s quietly affecting sung-through musical is a story of everyday life, love, loss and serendipity. From the bustling ...

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Peter Pan – Civic Theatre, Chelmsford

Writer: Simon Aylin Director: Nik Ashton Musical Director: Tom Curran Reviewer: Michael Gray   Another Christmas family show from One From The Heart for Chelmsford's Civic. This time writer Simon Aylin turns to Barrie's timeless Peter Pan, popular on stage since 1904. His livelynewversion, dumbed down a little for us “TOWIE rabble”, still has most of the familiar elements: flying, ...

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Before the Night is Through – Landor Theatre, London

Book &Lyrics: Olivia Thompson Music: Chris Whitehead Director: Robert McWhir Reviewer: Stephen Bates If Agatha Christie and Ivor Novello had ever joined forces and then drawn inspiration fromCape Fear, the result could have been something like this show. Presented as part of theLandor’s From Page to Stage season, showcasing new musical theatre, it is a rollickingspoof of the whodunnit genre, ...

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