Edinburgh Fringe 2016: Queerer Still

In the broadest sense of the word, the Edinburgh Fringe might be considered unashamedly queer from the very beginning, defining itself separately from the established Edinburgh Festival. Perhaps the very act of making art despite a neo-liberal capitalist consensus – unproductive, wasteful, community-building and self-expressive art – should be celebrated as a radical, queer act. … More Edinburgh Fringe 2016: Queerer Still

REVIEW: Grimm, Edinburgh Fringe, C Venues – C too (Venue 4), 8pm

The smell of watermelon surprised me. I did not arrive with the expectation of olfactory engagement, but Grimm’s audiences experiencing the piece will be acutely aware of their bodies throughout. The jarring contrast between the chilling shudders andwarm belly laughs punctuating fast dialogue is a hallmark of this finely crafted piece of new writing. In … More REVIEW: Grimm, Edinburgh Fringe, C Venues – C too (Venue 4), 8pm