camille o’sullivan

FRINGE REVIEW – Camille O’Sullivan: Changeling, Assembly Rooms


If Camille O’Sullivan is the Queen of the Fringe, then her short run at the Assembly Rooms this year feels like a State Visit. Performers who can fill the newly-refurbished Music Hall are few and far between. Camille manages this not only with the sell-out crowd for tonight’s opening of her run, but also with […]

REVIEW – Camille O’Sullivan, Queen’s Hall


It’s not just during a meltingly fluid version of Radiohead’s True Love Waits that the Queen’s Hall shimmers under the spell of Camille O’Sullivan. Although the light reflecting off a mirrored fascinator half-obscuring her face dances across the walls and ceiling during the number, the singer’s presence flits and soars throughout the venue during the […]

PREVIEW – Camille O’Sullivan: Feel – Queen’s Hall, 8 May

For the past several years, Camille O’Sullivan has been a highlight of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, with her powerful and moving renditions of songs by classic and modern artists. Last year was no exception, with Feel gaining a string of five-star reviews and sell-out performances. Camille will of course be back in August, where she’ll […]

FRINGE REVIEW – Camille O’Sullivan: Feel


Irish singer Camille O’Sullivan has become as much a Fringe institution as the rain. Her new show Feel is a collection of old and new favourites performed in her familiar passionate and emotionally-charged style; with a new and welcome sense of intimacy. The comic asides and the audience interaction are mostly gone. Here, Camille focuses […]

FRINGE PREVIEW – Camille O’Sullivan: Feel

“It’s a mix of madness!” If the Fringe has a royal family, then Camille O’Sullivan is its queen. With a long list of five-star reviews and shows which pack in the crowds and build on the successes of the year before, a Fringe without an appearance from this Irish singer would feel strange indeed. “I […]

FRINGE – Edinburgh Spotlight Best Music Award 2010

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 […]

FRINGE REVIEW – Camille O’Sullivan – Chameleon (Assembly @ George Street)


12 – 30 Aug (not 17 or 24) 2225-2335, Assembly George Street  If the Fringe ever decides to have an anthem, it should be sung by Camille O’Sullivan.  Now a much-anticipated and adored regular in Edinburgh, this year she returns with a new show in Chameleon, a collection of new songs which run the full […]

FRINGE PREVIEW – Camille O’Sullivan: Chameleon (Assembly George St)

5- 30 Aug (not 10, 11, 17) 2225-2335, Assembly George Street Ballroom If raw emotion has a voice, then it is surely Camille O’Sullivan’s. For the past few years, Camille has bewitched Edinburgh audiences with her intoxicating take on the songs of Brel, Bowie, Cave and others; breathing seductive life into the characters she sings […]

Edinburgh Festival Insider – Music Award 2009

Each year, the Fringe and the offshoot Edge Festival provide a wide range of musical offerings to cater for every taste. From world music to avant garde; classical to techno – there’s something there for everyone. The nominations for the Edinburgh Festival Insider Music Award 2009 are: Camille O’Sullivan with The Dark Angel. A mesmerising […]