Sole Rebel Tap kicks back at Han Christian Andersen’s misogyny, a former Riverdance principal bares his soul in Lïnger, and more from the fringe
On the shouty, competitive platform of the Edinburgh fringe, shows have to be able to sell themselves on two lines of clever copy and a winning idea. Before the reviews and the word of mouth spreads, it’s the sales pitch that counts. On paper, Blushed has one of the best – describing itself as a tap-dancing double act in which two woman wisecrack their way through an alternative world of adult fairytales.
Source: Guardian Dance News