Action to the Word’s Dracula blew my mind
DARK CHAT BEST SHOW OF EDINBURGH FRINGE 2014
DARK CHAT BEST DIRECTOR – ALEXANDRA SPENCER-JONES
DARK CHAT BEST MUSIC – SELECTED BY ALEXANDRA SPENCER-JONES, ORCHESTRATED BY JOANNA CICHONSKA WITH ADDITIONAL COMPOSITION BY PATRICK GLEESON
DARK CHAT BEST SONG – THISTLE & WEEDS – SELECTED BY ALEXANDRA SPENCER-JONES, ORCHESTRATED BY JOANNA CICHONSKA
DARK CHAT BEST SUPPORTING ARTIST – OLIVIA BROMLEY AS MINA MURRAY
ARTS AWARD – PICK OF THE FRINGE 2014
A Clockwork Orange
Martin McCreadie is charismatic, muscular and infinitely watchable At the centre of the saucy vortex Martin McCreadie makes a vigorous, handsome and charismatic Alex – mad, bad and dangerous to know This production is begging to be seen a second time
They’re young, they’re fit, they’re beautiful. They have the grace of dancers and the power of athletes and they move together like, well, clockwork. Directed by Alexandra Spencer-Jones A Clockwork Orange is nothing short of brilliant.
Action to the Word’s horror show hits with a powerful tolchoking. O my brothers, to it we raise a glass of moloko.
If you want a late night gothic horror story with brilliant and exuberant acting, taking you on a visual and verbal roller-coaster ride, then get yourself a ticket for this one. You won’t regret it. A world of fantastical and bizarre characters. Each of the cast members beautifully take on the characters they are playing. It is a wonderful hour of escapism for its audience Just go see it – this is one of the best potential pieces of new musical theatre I have ever seen in 15 years of going to the Fringe. Murder, rape, revenge… This is Shakespeare as it’s meant to be. A gorgeously acted and staged gory gothic slaughter to indulge in.