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FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with My Leonard Cohen

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It's that time of year when we launch our annual series of Fringe preview Q & A's. Next up it's My Leonard Cohen. In one sentence tell us about your show. My Leonard Cohen offers arresting and imaginative arrangements of the late, legendary Leonard Cohen’s most-loved music. What made you decide to come back to the Fringe this year? Stewart D’Arrietta ...

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Keith James: The Songs of Leonard Cohen – Norwegian Church Arts Centre, Cardiff

Reviewer: Barbara Michaels [Rating:3.5] Raw with emotion, enigmatic and evocative – the songs of Leonard Cohen, arguably the most mysterious and sub-textual songwriter the English-speaking world has ever known, can with truth be said to speak for themselves. Acoustic guitarist and singer Keith James, himself a songwriter and a fine exponent of the genre of folk and modern folk, brings ...

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Judy Kuhn: Live at the Hippodrome – London Hippodrome

Musical Arrangements and direction: Dan Lipton Reviewer: Christopher Owen [rating:5] Judy Kuhn will not be known by as many people as one might imagine for a performer with such an extensive CV as hers. But audiences may find that they are probably be aware of her work without realising it: she was the musical voice of Disney's Pocahontas singing Colours ...

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