Fringefeed | 19 Jan 2020


Engaging the audience from the very first word, this mesmerising blend of spoken word and song is storytelling perfection.

The coming of age story of Leni, seamlessly meshed with the ancient Greek myth of Eurydice, explores the ups and downs of growing up, relationships and self-discovery through the clever use of prose, poetry and music.

Allowing all to appreciate that “We need to let go of the stories we think define us”.

Both performers displayed a captivating stage presence, enthralling the audience with the nuances of their acting, vocal delivery and musical talents.

Well worth stepping out to catch the show. Whether attending as one or part of many, the intimate venue and show welcomes one and all.

A prequel to Orpheus, Eurydice stood up and enthralled us all.

About the Author

Julie Petersen

I love being part of the festival that is FRINGE WORLD and hope to inspire as many of you as possible to get out and soak up the atmosphere, to open yourselves to the range of experiences on offer, and enjoy Fringe 2019.

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End Date 09 Feb 2020

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A superbly clever mixture of flowing prose and music that reimagines this classic Greek tale. Moving and thoughtful. A truely delightful gem!!

Reviewed by Penny 2020

After seeing this and Orpheus last year, would see anything by these guys. Original and very powerful theatre, and they seem like people you’d like to know.

Reviewed by Adrian 2020