balletronic

Balletronic: The Australian/Cuban combination at the Fringe

It’s unusual to find more than one person choreographing a dance show, but an Australian/Cuban combination is set to work its magic again, writes Kelly Apter ‘IT’S rare to find a Cuban with two left feet – they exist but they’re an anomaly.” So says Australian Aaron Cash, co-choreographer of Ballet Revolución and complete convert …

Interviews August 8, 2015

What happens when your love life is great comedy material?

Kate Copstick meets the couples unafraid of putting their relationships on stage – infidelity, brain tumours and all Bobby Mair and Harriet Kemsley are fabulous together. Albeit the pairing is, on the face of it, a bit Twilight Saga. “My dad always described my boyfriends as ‘Harriet’s wasters to try and fix’” says Kemsley. Mair …

Why Felicity Ward, Mike McShane and more are teaming up for a special gala

Claire Smith meets the performers challenging the stigma around mental ill health and teaming up for a unique benefit show supported by The Scotsman – including Bryony Kimmings and Tim Grayburn, who tell Susan Mansfield about raising awareness while raising a laugh It is not compulsory, but comics, actors and cabaret artists can, if they …

Interviews August 8, 2015

Interview: Adam Kay on life without his piano

Former doctor and singer/songwriter Adam Kay has move on to stand-up comedy. As Kate Copstick finds out, it hasn’t hurt a bit Some  shows make you feel somehow “enriched” – spiritually, intellectually, emotionally. Adam Kay’s aims to leave you – eventually – enriched financially. “I was considering giving a money-back guarantee,” he tells me. Don’t …

Load More