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Abandoman: Life + Rhymes

‘Who/ what is Abandoman, and why are you writing an article on them?’ I hear you ask! Well, let me enlighten you.

I went to the Edinburgh Fringe this year and out of all the shows I watched (ranging from naked men running around on stage to women juggling chainsaws), this was by far the most fun and memorable thing I saw. 314 more words

Arts & Culture

The Mr. G Summer Heights High Singalong


Udderbelly, George Square Gardens, Edinburgh

I am really excited about this event; Summer Heights High is a finely crafted piece of observational comedy and I’ve watched it more times than I care to admit. 241 more words


HOW DO THEY DO IT? Jane Austen Improv that blew my mind!

Mr Pickett, a rather girly young man with a penchant for flowers, has fallen desperately in love with new arrival to Bath Clarissa Fences. She is desperately allergic to flowers, but nevertheless after a disastrous first meeting they reconvene at a bridge of flowers, only for her to be kidnapped by the notorious White brothers, one of whom she recently and scandalously married at a ceremony of dubious validity. 401 more words

Knightmare Live

If you were a child during the late eighties or early nineties, the chances are that you remember the ITV game show Knightmare, in which teams of children directed one of their fellows, wearing a heavy horned helmet (the ‘Helmet of Justice’), around a part live-action, part computer drawn maze. 253 more words


Austentatious : Improv comedy at it's absolute finest

Did you know that Jane Austen did in fact write no less than 790 novels, not just the 6 we hold dear to our hearts? Until last night, neither did I! 356 more words


The Finest Bear(d)s in Quebec | Cirque Alfonse presents: BARBU (Spiegeltent, London Wonderground)

Wild. Wet. Wicked. A circus rave like no other. Expect beards, comedy, and if you’re very lucky, a bit of nudity.

BARBU is all about exploring the circus, looking back at what it was in the past and seeing what it has become today,” writes  617 more words


Summer on the Southbank

In London, my favourite place to go in the evening when its light for that tiny bit longer is the Southbank. It’s full of quirky places to eat and drink, there’s always an impromptu performance happening from a street entertainer or the Southbank Centre themselves, and its surprisingly void of too many tourists who I suspect wander into the bright lights of the West End come evening. 478 more words