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Fringe review: Shut Up, Helen!

  Shut Up, Helen! at least has the humility to acknowledge that a meet cute in a therapist’s waiting room is pushing it a bit. Like a scene from the most hipster of indie flicks, two painfully socially awkward 20-somethings find love in a hopeless place, but both...

Fringe review: Ladybones

    Lyricism, humour and dark, abstract anxiety attacks are all thrown into the strange brew that is Ladybones. You’ll want to drink it all up, though, thanks to Sorcha McCaffrey’s irresistible performance.   McCaffrey plays Nuala, an archaeologist who...

Fringe review: Numbers

  Jack kicks off by listing the things that he’s good at, like catching grapes in his mouth, eating scrambled eggs, knowing when someone is upset and football. Throughout Numbers, he becomes less and less sure of himself - except when it comes to numbers. He’s...