Prague Fringe 2018 : Day 5!

There’s no slowing our reviewers down! Here’s our roundup of the 29th of May… Liam Tonight, I slipped in to Beseda at 11 o’clock to see Tyrgve Wakenshaw’s Clown Work in Progress. The Work in Progress title tells you everything about what to expect; Tyrgve is pretty much just throwing spaghetti at the wall and…

Prague Fringe 2018 : Day 4!

Here are the reviews for Day 4 of the festival, the 28th of May. Liam and Megan saw some quality stuff! Read on… Liam Today was a bit of a marathon for me! I was pinballing around a lot of different venues this evening. First off, I was at Divadlo Inspirace for Don Quijote in…

Prague Fringe 2018 : Day 3!

Our PYT Reviewers are still at it! Here are their reviews for Sunday the 27th… Liam My first show of the evening was Conflicts of Interest in the Museum of Alchemists. I was quite looking forward to this one; a biographical storytelling show about two separate sides of both World Wars. Richard Pulsford has ancestors…

Prague Fringe 2018 : Day 2!

Our coverage of the Prague Fringe continues… here’s what Megan and Liam saw on Saturday the 26th of May! Megan The Saturday goes at a much easier pace than the first Friday. The shows are better spaced together and starting two hours later does leave me feeling relatively less crushed with exhaustion at the end…

Prague Fringe 2018 : Day 1 Roundup!

The Prague Fringe is in full swing now… Megan Meunier and Liam Hallahan have been hard at work, seeing as much as they can! Here’s their roundup of the shows they saw on Friday…   Megan As the 2018 Fringe Binge begins, I almost make the same gaff I made last year of being late…

Why we watch live theatre (and why you should too!)

The arts can play an important role in a child’s development and are something that everybody and everyone should have access to. Engaging in arts and cultural activities from an early age can encourage us to think creatively, bring us into contact with people from all walks of life, improve our communication skills and our…