Fringe review – Suspicious Minds (rating: 3/5) As a full on Elvis fan I was expecting Suspicious Minds to deliver big time – it didn’t deliver Elvis, although it pretty much teased the crowd with a few snippets before the drama began. At the Fringe in Edinburgh often things are not what they seem to […]
Double Scottish comedy award winner Vladimir McTavish provides his tips for comedy shows to see in Edinburgh as the Fringe enters week three KATE COPSTICK & JOHN FLEMING: THE GROUCHY CLUB Laughing Horse @ The Counting House, West Nicholson Street. 2.15pm Ease yourself into a day on the Fringe with this hour of chat. The […]
Fringe review: Dean Friedman – Songs For Grownups (4/5) Friedman is one of those singer-songwriters cast as a legend and if that implies longevity as well as a place in modern music folklore then certainly he is deserving of the label. His output has always been a curious mix of love songs, jazzy upbeat melodies […]
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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