Laura Clay

Articles by Laura Clay:

Stanley & To Move In Time

Laura Clay rounds up their 2019 Edinburgh Fringe with two final reviews: Stanley, and To Move In Time

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Dreams…

Laura Clay reviews two different ‘dream’ performances at the Edinburgh Fringe: Tang and Four Dreams, and Dream of a King

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On a High Note and Polaris

Often, the best Fringe discoveries are those brought about by chance meetings, rather than a rigid timetable.

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Symphonic Ibiza & A Complicated Man

When the invite to Symphonic Ibiza appeared in my inbox, I jumped at the chance to be at the opening night.

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More Off Laura’s Fringe

The Djinns of Eidgah and A Midsummer Nights DROLL

With the conflict in Kashmir hitting the headlines again in the past week, the adaptation of Abhishek Majumdar’s play is particularly timely.

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Sex and Madness

Frank feminist sexuality followed by a foray into existential dread; more from Laura Clay…

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