REVIEW – Bog Polanco, Space Triplex

  At the Space Triplex venue, in the underground studio room, only three of us sat to watch Bog Polanco. It’s not only the smallest crowd I’ve seen at the Fringe, but the smallest audience I’ve seen full-stop. Perhaps Polanco would have been better off performing in a pub – this venue was considerably out… Continue reading REVIEW – Bog Polanco, Space Triplex

REVIEW – Alexis Dubus Versus the World – Voodoo Rooms

    I didn’t find out until after the show that Alexis Dubus was in fact Marcel Lucont – or should that be vice versa? – the French cynic I remember seeing on Russell Howard’s Good News. As well as the initial surprise that I’d just sat through his entire set without realising this, it… Continue reading REVIEW – Alexis Dubus Versus the World – Voodoo Rooms

REVIEW – The Glummer Twins at Paradise in the Vault

    I wouldn’t normally associate a beat poetry performance with the north of England, nor would I expect it to contain self-deprecating jokes about ageing. But The Glummer Twins, David Harmer and Ray Globe, bring these elements together to make a hell of a funny performance. Walking into Edinburgh’s quaint little theatre, Paradise in… Continue reading REVIEW – The Glummer Twins at Paradise in the Vault