Browsing All posts tagged under »Cabaret«

Cabaret dates

July 29, 2014

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Haven’t posted here for a while about de Saw/Finkle cabaret shows, and since the Edinburgh Fringe is upon us this would seem a good time to get back into the habit. Not that we have any confirmed Fringe dates this year (yet, though watch this space), however there’s plenty happening in Glasgow. Cabapocalypsaret preview  (Old Hairdressers, […]

Talking saw

January 9, 2013

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Last October Markee and Bert were invited to take part in GreenerVisuals’ Creativity interview series. Alison and the crew filmed our Glasgow Cabaret performance of Israphel’s Book, and interviewed us about the show, ourselves and cabaret in general. It was rather good fun, and aside from being ample demonstration of why Bert doesn’t get to […]

Too cabaret!

October 18, 2012

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When was the last time a Gary Barlow song made you laugh? Or made you cry? Or made you laugh and cry, and think at the same time. When was the last time Gary–or indeed anything that represents the mainstream chart pop industry in the last twenty years–gave you anything remotely resembling a good time? I […]

Interim Fringe : 1

August 16, 2012

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So, the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe has been going for a couple of weeks now. I’ve been through there quite a lot, but so far I’ve had little time to see much that I wasn’t directly involved with in a de Saw / Finkle capacity (I’ll talk more next week about how Israphel’s Book has panned out). […]

That old saw magic

July 24, 2012

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It’s that time of year again where a young man finds himself carrying a piano up and down the old streets of Auld Reekie in search of some punters to weird out with the aid of his saw wielding sidekick. In short, the Edinburgh Fringe is nearly upon us and, as has become the custom […]

Busyness and business

June 22, 2012

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Bit of a hiatus here, but they happen from time to time, usually when I’m too busy to blog. And such is definitely the way right now. Remember a few months ago I made a list of all the creative stuff I’ve got going on at the moment? Well most of them are competing to […]

Glasgow Cabaret Festival – Seven Great Reasons To Get Involved

September 5, 2011

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Okay, here’s the thing. Last month I wrote a post about crowd source funding that led very smoothly into mention of an ongoing funding for a project that is very very dear to my heart: the Glasgow Cabaret Festival.  Perhaps I was a little too subtle. Perhaps most people switched off at the mention of crowd […]

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