GREY

You have a good life: you’re strong & independent, have a place to live and food to eat. But you feel sad a lot of the time – why is this? It doesn’t make any sense. Koko Brown is back with her new show GREY, following on from last year’s hit one-woman play WHITE. This instalment of the […]

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EFF 2018: final thoughts

So now I’m back in London (filled with my own special brand of Fringe ‘Flu – huzzah for not looking after yourself!), and all my reviews are done (though I’m still not quite sure how I did it), I thought I should really make sure I rounded up my time at the Fringe and worked […]

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EFF 2018: diary

As you could see from my preview, I had a lot planned for my week in Edinburgh. And as it was my very first time heading up there in festival season, I thought it might be a good idea to keep a bit of a diary so you can see what a crazy mess I […]

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WHITE

Using a combination of music and spoken word, Koko Brown brings her play about being mixed race to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, running at Beside in Pleasance Courtyard for the remainder of the month. “I always knew what I was.” With an Irish mother and Jamaican father, she’s somewhere in the middle – potentially with […]

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