Review of Dan Nightingale’s solo show, ‘Geronimo’, performed at the Delhi Belly venue for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2008.
Archive for August, 2008
A visit to The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art to see Tracey Emin: 20 years. This is the premiere of Tracey Emin’s first retrospective.
The 500 folk inside the Edinburgh Book Festival’s main theatre broke into applause when the mystery guest was announced as Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Ian Rankin was to interview him. 2008 is the 25th anniversary of the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Even though the weather didn’t play its part, the festival’s director, […]
Frog Man review from the 2008 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Mick Martin’s Frog Man is an entertaining and dark humoured play on at The Zoo venue until 25th August.
Review of Surviving Spike, the play starring Michael Barrymore and Jill Halfpenny, at the 2008 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Review of Vincent at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2008. Vincent is a play, at Edinburgh’s Assembly Rooms, based on letters from Vincent Van Gogh to his brother Theo.
Bale De Rua Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2008 review. Bale De Rua are performing at Edinburgh’s Assembly Hall venue.