Three To See on 26 Aug: Brush Theatre, I Who Have Hands More Innocent, Jayde Adams
By ThreeWeeks Editorial | Published on Thursday 25 August 2016
Three to see at the Edinburgh Festival tomorrow…
The Tiniest Frog Prince In The World | C | 1.15pm (pictured)
This “joyous retelling of the famous fairytale” comes from Korea’s Brush Theatre and is a definite highlight of the Fringe’s children’s programme. “The cast beautifully explore the story with such dynamic vitality that its predominantly Korean script doesn’t impede the audience’s understanding”, says our reviewer. “A charming delight, that’ll be cherished by children and parents alike”.
I, Who Have Hands More Innocent | Zoo | 7.25pm
The late Croatian poet Vesna Parun’s verse is “profound existential nostalgia wrapped in raw intensity”, says our reviewer, and “Vesna Mataĉić’s delivery of this vocally and physically demanding role is remarkable”. Go see.
Jayde Adams: 31 | The Voodoo Rooms | 10.30pm
One of our favourites from the Edinburgh Comedy Awards newcomer shortlist, our reviewer dubs Adams “a truly generous entertainer” before adding that “this performance may be titled like an Adele album, but this highly personal show is no tribute act”.