In all, the Mister and I saw 10 performances and went to one awesome whisky tasting during our time at Edinburgh Fringe Fest, but I couldn’t devote an entire article to each one. Some things were too short for their own … Continue reading Wrapping up my Experience at Edinburgh Fringe Fest 2014
When I got my tickets for this Steampunk rendition of Bram Stoker’s novel I had no idea it was a world premiere. The packed house was rowdy even for a 9:20pm start time, aided no doubt by the chaos in … Continue reading Review: Action to the Word’s Dracula at Ed Fringe 2014
I know it is cheesy, but I love magic shows. I remember snuggling under the covers in my parents’ big bed in order to watch them on TV when I was a kid, and I still get a kick out … Continue reading Review: Morgan and West Parlour Tricks at Ed Fringe 2014
The Durham-based company, Another Soup, has two back-to-back shows this year at the Space on Niddry St. Both are promenade musicals, meaning that the actors move in and out of the audience to give them an immersive experience. I have … Continue reading Review: Victorian Vices at Ed Fringe 2014
I admit it, I am actually wiggling in anticipation of how awesome Steam Tour is going to be. I booked all my shows for Ed Fringe, ordered my Britrail pass and I am dreaming of all the delicious pub grub … Continue reading Gearing up for Steam Tour: My Steampunk Edinburgh Fringe Fest Itinerary!
I have been combing the listings for the Edinburgh fringe fest looking for all of the Steampunk offerings between Aug 7-15 and I was thrilled to find out that I will serendipitously overlap with the week-long run of The Dolls … Continue reading Gearing up for Steam Tour: Dolls of New Albion