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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Captain Ko and the Planet of Rice

Posted on 14 August 2012 by Katharine Wootton

The title Captain Ko and the Planet of Rice in all its kooky glory may have you envisioning barmy Mighty Boosh-style spectacles of all things random, off-the-wall and altogether rather trippy. And to be honest, you would be partly right. Aliens waltzing with grannies, the discovery of a teapot on a space exploration and a […]

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Macbeth: Who is that Bloodied Man?

Posted on 14 August 2012 by Katharine Wootton

Not content with the smearing of gruesome deaths and macabre psychotics already  inscribed into Shakespeare’s Macbeth, former Fringe First winners Biuro Podróży have wrenched open the Scottish play from the nave to the chops, spilling out with a splatter of blood its most disturbing and deadly insides. An explosive and extravagant outdoor re-telling, this Macbeth can […]

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Sealand

Posted on 12 August 2012 by Katharine Wootton

What happens when dissatisfaction crashes upon a nation? Where do you turn when a crumbling economy, the demise of family values and the ever-growing wealth of corrupt bankers becomes too much to bear? The recent Occupy protests around the country that showed an outright revolt against the system is certainly one way to express that […]

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Coalition

Posted on 12 August 2012 by Katharine Wootton

In an of course entirely fictional, exaggeratedly apocalyptic vision, Coalition presents a government at breaking point with a flapping Deputy Prime Minister fumbling from one bad decision to the next in a flurry of messed-up Lib Dem policies. Awaiting his first meeting in six months with the Tory PM to whom he is “handcuffed”, DPM […]

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