This year’s Fringe had a fantastic selection of musical acts, ranging from rock, soul and pop, through to some exotic and exciting world & traditional music.
Choosing three proved to be a difficult task indeed – and we therefore would like to give honourable mentions to Something Relevant from Mumbai, Ariul from South Korea and the fresh-faced charm of The Ukulele Project.
But, in the end, our nominations are:
- The Magnets – supplying a unique take on a wide range of music these six talented men kept the audience engaged with their incredible talent, style, wit and general banter. Incredible entertainment from start to finish!
- Jack L’s A Month of Mondays – a stunning performance at the Famous Spiegeltent from the epitome of cool, Jack L’s show was spellbinding
- Camille O’Sullivan’s Chameleon – returning with a brand new set of perfectly-picked covers, Camille cast her spell over Fringe audiences with her enchanting and beguiling voice. Even pins were too bewitched to drop during her captivating show, which was a definite highlight of this year’s Fringe
And the winner is…
Jack L’s A Month Of Mondays
How Jack L is not already a Fringe legend is beyond us. For the duration of his set, the audience fall completely under Lukeman’s spell and one can’t help but feel thrilled by the discovery of such a huge talent in such an unassuming show. If there is any justice in the world, tickets for Jack L will be at an absolute premium next time he graces us with a Fringe appearance.
He therefore is awarded our