Second Opinion: Hamlet by Shit-Faced Shakespeare, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 ★☆☆☆☆

Let’s be honest here – it’s time for Shit-Faced to buck their ideas up. I know Mike already covered this one delightfully well here but I feel entitled enough to share my own opinion. For this publication, Shit-Faced Shakespeare should be the pinnacle of achievement. I mean, it’s bloody popular enough to be – selling […]

Review: Tennent’s ★★★☆☆

As the old saying goes “Tennents flows like water in Scotland.” At least it might go like that, I don’t know, I 100% just made that up. But I don’t think there’s any evidence to contrary that. Come to Edinburgh and you’ll see the infamous, luring T sign dangling outside of every bar, pub and […]

My Edfringe Sign Off: Jake Mace

So my very short but sweet tenure at Edfringe this year has ended. I’m a little disappointed I was only able to make it for a week this year, however it was a fun packed week of debauchery and some brilliant, brilliant shows. As I head off on the turn of my heel to Camden, […]

Review: The Dip, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – ★★★★★

11:30pm, it’s a tough spot to fill. For many the “late night” fringe represents a warped section of incredibly strangely titled shows ranging from The Importance of Being Earnest as Performed by Three F*cking Queens and a Duck to Late Night Gimp Fight. Not that there’s anything wrong with Late Night Gimp Fight. Milk and Blood’s The Dip then, a […]

Review: Corona ★★☆☆☆

The picture at the top there shows my mortal enemy and life partner Michael Dorey with a Corona. I hate Corona. Let me open this review by being very clear on that. Two stars is such an incredibly generous rating for what is essentially a liquidised urinal cake. I’m only giving it this much because […]