Fringe review: Jazzamatazz, Spiegeltent

Ali McGregor's Jazzmatazz
Ali McGregor's Jazzmatazz
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WHAT a fabulous way to spend an hour at the Famous Spiegeltent, on George Street. Great jazz, wonderful atmosphere and something aimed specifically at children.

JAZZAMATAZZ * * * * *

Ali McGregor is an incredibly talented cabaret artist, already known by many a Fringe-goer, but this show is aimed at a much younger audience. The floor was clear so that the children could get up and enjoy the music, with Miss Ginny and Mr Monkey on hand to assist with the dancing. It didn’t take long for many members of the audience to join in (mainly under-7s and their mums) but by the end of the hour, even some of the dads were up jiving.

Repertoire ranged from The Alphabet Song to Who Let The Dog’s Out and Bjork’s Oh So Quiet.

Only performed on Saturdays and Sundays, there are six more chances for you to experience it. Suitable for up to seven years old.

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