EdFringe Roundup - Blog 3

EdFringe Roundup – Blog 3

Over the first weekend I was supporting Musical Theatre Review running around catching a dozen new musicals which could be in line for the annual Musical Theatre Award. Head to for all the posted reviews by the various guest assessors in this early round.  Some of the work will go forward to Fiona Orr’s panel […]

Aliens, Zero-waste and self-care - EdFringe Blog 2

Aliens, Zero-waste and self-care – EdFringe Blog 2

The city of Edinburgh is packed with hundreds and thousands of tourists, performers and audiences for every manner of amazing free and paid, fringe and “official” work out there. I’m starting my week of reviewing for the Musical Theatre Review and so can’t use this blog to give my opinions on shows. But I can […]

From Russia with laughs -EdFringe 2019 / blog 1

From Russia with laughs -EdFringe 2019 / blog 1

Catching up for a gentle drink with my daughter at the Sekforde Arms in Clerkenwell last night we were corralled into an EdFringe preview by host Milo Edwards. I was tempted by the Russian comedian Ivan Yavits given my work with Perm. It was free and there was space. There were three comedians on the […]

The invisibility cloak

The invisibility cloak

This is a follow-up to my “Being Seen” blog of May 2019, and my annual suggestion blog on visibility. May I celebrate those who are preparing to arrive in Edinburgh for the Festival Fringe in the next few days.  So often I hear “I hate networking” or, as we are mid-festival, “no-one is noticing me”. […]

Hiding in Plain Sight

Hiding in Plain Sight

I was having a session with a very wise friend and mentor this morning and we were exploring my current sense of discombobulation. I’m only shortly back from a month in Australia, the e-mails are firing on all cylinders,  I’m getting new project proposals underway and yet I have moments of feeling unseen.  I was […]