I hope very much to see Flo and Joan next year, and I suspect they’ll be one of the very first acts in my ticket basket.
Enough of the classics to satisfy your Amy Winehouse cravings and enough selected from off the beaten path for the gig not to feel too samey.
A circus might have someone fling themselves daringly from one tower to another without missing or falling short and landing unpleasantly with a flop on the hard ground. Circa: Humans 2.0 has the flings, but the towers are made from people.
I enjoyed Any Suggestions, Doctor? The Improvised Doctor Who Parody by ASDImprov, but your experience will be different. It’s a different show each night.
A worthy tribute to the best of Buffy the Vampire slayer, the wholesome highs and lows of the plots, characters and writing.
Fun and educational in surprisingly equal measure, but I’m not sure all the episodes are so rooted in history. Even if Drunk Women Solving Crime usually focuses on more contemporary acts, I’d still be curious to give the podcast a whirl.
Make time even if you must steal a clock or two for Nevermore, bribe, swap or flatter people if you need to trade tickets. If you’re in Edinburgh this August, see Alasdair Beckett-King.
I was a bit intimidated at first but was soon won over. Alice keeps the audience wrapt, doesn’t pick on them and lays down the truthbombs.