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The spectacular Bregenz Festival is held in Austria every year and this is your chance to experience Carmen on the Lake whilst slurping coke and munching popcorn at your local cinema.
The Checkout is a rib-tickling oddball comedy about a mum who checks out from reality. And ballet.
Circus Cirkör’s Limits is an undeniably easy on the eye production, which looks like a five-star show, but lacks the necessary thrills and quirky skills…
To Do List went gallivanting around Edinburgh seeking out the finest Fringe frolics to recommend – check outlaw 84 of our ★★ to ★★★★★ Edinburgh Fringe Reviews!
Olivia Coleman delivers a predictably stunning performance in Mosquitoes, a bittersweet exploration of love and other powerful forces from Lucy Kirkwood.
It’s always good to have the Briefs boys back in London – but the signs are that the law of diminishing returns may be setting in…
The third coming of Ponyboy Curtis at The Yard in Hackney Wick shows early signs of having found its purpose, but ultimately loses its way.
As one of the earliest Festivals in the calendar, Brighton Fringe is a great place to spot acts worth catching throughout the rest of the year.
We had a ball at the underground Mafia den that is Bunga Bunga Covent Garden – everyone and everything came together for a jaunty jamboree of cheeky fun!