Solo Show · fringe management llc · Ages 16+ · United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

one person show
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BRIAN KNUDSON encore judge certified reviewer June 17, 2022
This show is definitely not Snowflake Theatre. For the squeamish or thin-skinned, I recommend seeing this before a meal, not after. On a side note, if the (watered down) Braveheart film script were completely accurate from beginning to end, the gore alone would have eliminated any possibility for studio funding. Once you see this show, you'll understand why. Although the sheer brutality of these 13th Century battles is truly shocking, this show is important and necessary to understand Scottish (and English) history. Fortunately, performer Alex McSherry has the grit and chops to deliver a powerful story.... full review
WILLARD MANUS total theater certified reviewer June 24, 2022
tagged as: 123
here is the link to my review: full review
CJ MERRIMAN theatre theater podcast (along with j. bailey burcham and scott leggett) certified reviewer June 22, 2022
tagged as: war stories · solo show · historical
I WOULD WATCH THIS OVER BRAVEHEART ANY DAY. Total powerhouse performance and excellent story teller. I was with him from beginning to end. Y'all have to go and watch this goddamned show!... full review
SCOTT LEGGETT theatre theater podcast certified reviewer June 22, 2022
A magnificent performance of an utterly enthralling play. ... full review
SAMANTHA RONCEROS certified reviewer June 21, 2022
A NoHo Arts theatre review of “The Tanner,” written and performed by Alex McSherry, and produced by Fringe Management and Samantha de Gyarfas at this year’s Hollywood Fringe Festival. Alex McSherry is no stranger to Fringe. Although this is his first Hollywood Fringe Festival, he has more than 30 Edinburgh Fringe shows under his belt, as well as 40 years in the business of acting, writing and directing. His latest play, “The Tanner” combines his love of history with his love of writing and performing, and chronicles the battles fought against the English by the infamous and much loved Scott, William Wallace. Being a tanner is his trade, but like many men in his day, he fought for his country when called upon, and he was called upon many... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY the certified reviewer June 19, 2022
tagged as: A GOLD MEDAL
Alex McSherry takes his clue from historian John Keegan in his rousing history of William Wallace (Braveheart) as told from a common foot soldier's viewpoint....... full review
PATRICK CHAVIS la theatre bites - podcast certified reviewer June 14, 2022
7.8 out of 10 – Above Average! Click the link below to learn more: full review