Diary of an expat

Cecilia Gragnani, creator and star of the show, speaks of her one-woman comedic monologue as a project.  As the current political climate heats up with the scorching and fast-running winds of change across the UK, politically-based comedies and shows will definitely be at the forefront of the 2018 Fringe Festival.    Read More…

Mad women in my attic!

Sexy, energetic, and definitely manic, Mad Women in my Attic! is a must-see cabaret featuring Monica Salvi as a delusional diva trapped into all the mad roles of her career. After its debut in London’s Actor’s Church in 2014, the show traveled to Brighton’s Fringe Festival in 2015, Read More…

Alma, a Human Voice

At first glance, you are introduced to a crime room, a “dark and bluish” room where “everything is white”. This crime scene will carry you suddenly through the human story of two women: on one side, Alma, who is the exceptional image of the soulful and truthful love; on the other side, the anonymous voice of a woman victim of the evils of love ReadMore…

Stay for one more

“Away, away. Come away with me…”, this is how Filippo Spreafico’s solo show Stay for One More begins: he is sitting behind a keyboard playing an English rendition of Via con me, the Paolo Conte classic. Curiously enough the lyrics that he changes are the only ones in English of the original song: “It’s wonderful” Read More…

God Digger

Despite being Italian, Luca’s look is not the stereotypical one, he is not short, he has not a dark complexion, he does not look Mediterranean but stereotypes do not belong to him. As Luca himself has put it, he is not cast for Italian characters because Read More…

The Poetry of Sticking an Egg Up a Hen’s Butt!

Giada is a former Italian expat that after having lived 14 years in London, decided to return to her homeland. This is her third Fringe and tackled it with a brand-new show that has seen its absolute premiere here in Edinburgh Read More…

It’s All My Mother’s Fault!

I met Romina Puma outside the venue where she just performed It’s all my mother’s fault!. She approached the table on her wheelchair, the same one that, until a few moments earlier, was parked onstage, while she took us into her world Read More…

Goodbye…I’m Leaving

Del Toro and Gonzalez are a magic duo, and their incredible connection envelops the audience making you want to go on and play along with them until, with some regret, you have to say “goodbye!” Read More…