Fringe Review – A Boy Named Cash (rating: 5/5) There are some acts we all wished we had seen. For me, Johnny Cash is one of them. Well, I reckon I can just about tick that box after seeing Monty Cotton. The young man from Perth, Australia, is said to have “woken one day in […]
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Monitoring the enemy within: Wine and ale were flowing and opera singer Ciara Harvie, best known as a contestant on TV talent show The Voice, was entertaining the guests. Jamie Graves was throwing a party and he wanted to put on a bit of a show. Graves appeared sporting a hipster’s beard, though the dark […]
Fringe review – My Leonard Cohen (rating: 5/5) When he performed at the Fringe last year, Stewart D’Arrietta reflected on the recent death of Cohen’s long time muse Marianne Ihlen. His return to Edinburgh follows the death of Cohen himself last November. It stimulated a fresh interest in the Canadian’s catalogue and gave D’Arrietta an […]
Fringe review – Stand By (rating: 5/5) There are so many police dramas on television you could schedule almost an entire day watching cop shows. So why spend a night out with the boys in blue at the theatre? Well, if you like your drama closer to the real thing then this is as close […]