Fringe review | Eat Your Heart Out | ★★★

Fringe review | Eat Your Heart Out | ★★★

  ‘Chantel is on her phone and Nicole is on her period.’   An early scene in Eat Your Heart Out dictates the tone of the play: realistic modern teen life. Based around Belle and her friends, there’s the expected glut of sex, drinking, bitching and boys: all the...
Fringe review | Daughter | ★★★★

Fringe review | Daughter | ★★★★

  It starts off innocuously enough. A man is discussing his daughter’s birth. A difficult job for his wife, by all accounts, and the man makes it all about him, of course. Typical, etc. The fierce possessiveness he feels at the first sight of his daughter is our...
Fringe review | Sad Clowns | ★★★

Fringe review | Sad Clowns | ★★★

  Editing your life is nothing new. We present so much of ourselves online, each social media feed is heavily curated to present the highly stylised image we want to portray. But what if you had the final say? Sad Clowns explores what would happen if you could decide...