Propeller winning hearts of audiences and critics at the Edinburgh Fringe
As we head into week two of the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, we are delighted to share some of the fantastic reviews from both press and audiences that our show Propeller has received so far. Tickets are selling well for this joyous, funny and heartfelt little show. We are very proud of our Network Ensemble Company for everything that they have achieved and we hope that we can share Propeller with as many of you as possible over the next two weeks of the Festival. If you haven’t already booked your tickets, well, what are you waiting for? Click here to grab yours now. And if you like the show, why not Tweet us and tell us @NetworkSDTN using the hash tag #Propeller.
“Hilarious comedy, brilliant physical theatre segments, and a fantastic re-imagining of a George Michael classic…a brilliant piece of theatre” ★★★★★ OnStage Blog.
“heartfelt show about grassroots activism” The Stage
“Fresh, cheeky and charming” EdFringe Review
We're buzzing that the response to Propeller has been so positive. Here are some lovely people saying some lovely things. Thank you Mark Thomson, Jemima Levick, Melanie Jordan and Hugh Hodgart for coming along and your kind words. If you haven't booked your tickets yet, then what are you waiting for? https://www.pleasance.co.uk/event/propeller#overview
Posted by Scottish Drama Training Network on Thursday, 9 August 2018
Production photos by Robin Mitchell.
Tweets from happy audience members…
A HUUUGGGGEE CONGRATULATIONS to the cast and team of @NetworkSDTN #Propellor the show was a big ball of youthiful energy and expressionism! Was class seeing Ma ol @newclanarts on that stage being dyno! Good luck to the rest of the @edfringe run and see you all soon! Go see it!
— Jatinder Singh Randhawa (@J_SRandhawa) August 3, 2018
What an amazing show! #propeller was well worth the trip from Aberdeen to see it at #EdFringe2018 @ThePleasance if you're at the Fringe don't miss it! A hilarious show with meaning and purpose. Beautiful. Go see! @NetworkSDTN @SDTNtweets
— Russell Dudley (@Russell_Dudley) August 6, 2018
— Lucy Vaughan (@lilyhill2) August 12, 2018
@NetworkSDTN @edfringe @ThePleasance #Propeller impressed by the performances by every member of the young cast. Well defined, consistent and very talented. Looking forward to seeing them in the future. #intotheunknown
— MrsD (@mrsd22) August 9, 2018
— Steve McMahon (@stevemcmahon13) August 10, 2018
Cracking gang of performers in #Propeller @ThePleasance Courtyard. Funny and inspiring for a new generation getting involved in politics. Making a change for the better. Big love @caitskin @Stellarquines @NetworkSDTN and team!
— Becky Hope-Palmer (@beckyhopepalmer) August 9, 2018
— Lewis C. Baird (@LewisCBaird97) August 5, 2018
— adrianajenkins (@adrianajenkins) August 8, 2018
also, f yer on the browse for some early afternoon theatre then "propel" yersel doon to the Pleasance for "Propeller" at 1pm. A knee-slapping, toe-tapping, belter of a show from @NetworkSDTN – you'll never sing the actual lyrics to a George Michael classic ever again…GO!
— Cameron Fulton (@C4MMMMY) August 8, 2018
Was absolutely blown away by #Propeller and it’s great cast at the #EdFringe2018. Recommend all to come see @NetworkSDTN’s second hit, and you’re in for high energy, good performance, strong comedy and a compelling story
— Jack Elvey (@jackelvey) August 6, 2018