Having had a chance to schlep around the festival, Jo Caulfield tells us what we should be watching.
Broadway Baby covers more comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival than anyone else. Stand-Up Comedy Editor, Martin Walker interviews comedians appearing at the Fringe, on tour or on TV.
Sabrina Mahfouz is the author of Chef, a one-woman play about a prison cook. After her show’s Fringe First-winning run, she sits down with Alexander Woolley in the Cow Café to offer her thoughts on marketing, PR, and the Edinburgh rain.
Award-winning company Theatre Movement Bazaar, (Anton’s Uncles, Track 3), returns to this year’s Fringe with their new show Hot Cat, an inspired take on Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. The Los Angeles-based company is dedicated to creating innovative adaptations through original writing and physical theatre. Broadway Baby’s Lauren Moreau met with TMB’s founders, writer Richard Alger and choreographer Tina Kronis, to talk about their latest adaptation.