The coming of a New Year’s On the Rocks can bring with it a host of new events, with more theatre, art and music than you could shake a stick at –but a guaranteed staple has always been the Blind Mirth Sketch Show.
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Joe Irvine’s On The Rocks show Alternative was utterly charming and borderline fantastic.
Despite the evening festivities dwindling rather quickly, my Sitara* experience as a whole was a positive one and I’m definitely attending next year.
The play is generally considered one of Shakespeare’s finest, but it is also notoriously difficult to stage.
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Satirical, irreverent, and beautifully crafted, Just So’s production of Urinetown (The Musical) burst onto the Byre Stage during this year’s On The Rocks Festival.
Even if you don’t have a wardrobe to match the fruity Afrodysia cocktails being served, as long as you are confident in whatever you’re wearing, Sitara* will be a night to remember.