Experimental Music Love

August 25, 2009

Lucy Porter – Fool’s Gold

Filed under: Edinburgh Festival,Live Reviews — by Free Edinburgh Podcast @ 10:04 pm

Lucy Porter – Fool’s Gold
Pleasance Courtyard

Though her youthful looks and childlike attitude hide it, Porter has had more experience than most at the Fringe.

It all makes for a performance that is assured if a little safe, never in danger of falling flat but equally never challenging any preconceptions.

And she’s only half-joking when she admits that a (properly brilliant) childhood poem about the chemical elements is the best thing she’s ever written.

5.7/10

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