3⭐ · Fringe Reviews 2017 · Reviews · Theatre Reviews

REVIEW: ‘#Vile: The Untimely Demise of a Manufactured Pop Star’ by Wound Up Theatre

3 Stars

I believe I saw three one-person shows this year. Of those three, #Vile was the only one that fell into the genre of outright comic. Standups aren’t usually my thing at Fringe but character-driven, narrative, comic monologues very much are.

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3⭐ · Fringe Reviews 2017 · Reviews · Theatre Reviews

REVIEW: ‘Me, as a Penguin’ by Exeter University Theatre Company

3 Stars

This show was fine. Well maybe a little better than fine. Good. The script is an established one, and this company does a decent job with it. I think, it’s the play itself I found difficult to engage with, and the parts I did engage with were the directly responsibility of the talented cast.

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