In which I basically just say how impressive The Ark in Space was, and vaguely tie it in to the new series of Doctor Who.
Thursday, 31 July 2014
"An amusing mix of deadpan performance and nervous energy" -
All Edinburgh Theatre on The Accelerator
"A great deal of thought and intelligence has clearly gone into the script" -
Wow 24/7 on Titanic 2: Pig in the City
Tours start at the Omni Centre
Information subject to change. Please check our Twitter feed for any updates.
Wednesday, 30 July 2014
Chutney Exhibition and the PBH Fringe are reticently proud to present KNIFE WHIMSY, a spoken word show featuring Andrew Blair and Ross McCleary.
As poets, writers and performers on the Edinburgh scene, between them they have contributed to New Writing Dundee, Story Shop, Illicit Ink and Valve. Their work has been described thusly:
'An amusing mix of deadpan performance and nervous energy' - AllEdinburghTheatre.com
'An awkward stage presence perfectly in tune with the comedic character' - The Herald.
'Whimsical as promised...well-timed.' - Nicole Loves Art.
KNIFE WHIMSY is on at George Next Door (Space 3) (9 George IV Bridge, EH1 1EE) from the 2nd to the 16th of August at 9.05pm.
Every show will feature a ten minute guest slot from another performer. The current running order (potentially subject to change) is as follows:
- Saturday 2nd: Bram E. Gieben
- Sunday 3rd: Colin McGuire
- Monday 4th: Roddy Shippin
- Tuesday 5th: Harry Giles
- Wednesday 6th: Graham Fulton
- Thursday 7th: Jennifer L Williams
- Friday 8th: Kevin Cadwallender
- Saturday 9th: Tom Moore
- Sunday 10th: Ryan Van Winkle
- Monday 11th: Suky Goodfellow
- Tuesday 12th: Marianne MacRae
- Wednesday 13th: Rachel McCrum
- Thursday 14th: Miko Berry
- Friday 15th: Agnes Török
- Saturday 16th: Janette Ayachi
Tuesday, 22 July 2014
I reviewed We'll Never Have Paris at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. God, I wish I hadn't.
Friday, 18 July 2014
Still, you should read it anyway.
Monday, 14 July 2014
In which I, accompanied by the handy Alt+PrtSc combo, delve most deeply into the secrets of a new Doctor Who trailer.
Sunday, 13 July 2014
Friday, 11 July 2014
I reviewed Life After Beth, a sort of zom-rom-com, for Den of Geek at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Tuesday, 1 July 2014
I reviewed a time-travel based rom-com, The Infinite Man, at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.