The Gin Chronicles in New York

There’s a certain gin club I know rather well that likes to take a foray into the Fringe each year, and so looks around for a suitable show, preferably one with gin in the title and a free gin beforehand on offer.

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Toast

A rustling sound runs round the Traverse Theatre during Henry Filloux-Bennett’s adaptation of cookery expert Nigel Slater’s autobiography “Toast”.

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Midsummer

Sometimes more really is less. Ten years ago,  Midsummer first appeared at the Traverse, and it went on to become a resounding success, a sellout at the next year’s Fringe, and a Critics Award in Theatre prize winner.

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Baba Yaga – Review

No Noise. No Pets. No Barbecues. No Drawing Pins…Working as a receptionist in an apartment block, Vaselina lives a very quiet life – the residents and their rules see to that.

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Eddie and the Slumber Sisters – Review

At 2.17 every morning, nine-year old Eddie has a nightmare; her beloved granny is missing, and nobody is listening…How can the Slumber Sisters help restore Eddie’s sweet dreams?

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Creditors – Review

Stuart Laing has achieved a remarkable fusion between classical drama and avantgarde theatre in his current Lyceum production of David Greig‘s version of Strindberg‘s “Creditors.”

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