Chris Owen

Editor (2015/16)
Music Editor (2014/15)

Chris has written 145 articles for Nouse

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Fossils

There’s great imagination and spirit to this story of self-discovery, not to mention an outstanding live musical score. Chris Owen reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Rhys James: Forgives

‘An Ed Byrne dorky self-awareness complementing a Jimmy Carr sardony.’ Chris Owen reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Emma Sidi: Telenovela

Sidi’s bonkers character-laden hour lands more laughs than it misses but doesn’t live up to its full potential, writes Chris Owen

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons

This very clever deconstruction of language and communication is more heartfelt and touching than you’d ever think possible, writes Chris Owen

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Für Elise

Für Elise is a fragile, funny and lovable fairy-tale, writes Chris Owen

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Trainspotting

Trainspotting is an assault on the mind and senses and an immersive experience like no other, writes Chris Owen

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Hess

This one man show about Nazi leader Rudolph Hess is a dense piece that benefits from a magnificent performance, writes Chris Owen

Festival Diary 2016: Latitude Festival

Stellar artistic displays in an utopian setting at Glasto’s little brother

Festivals 2016: Latitude Festival – Milton Jones and Bill Bailey join Comedy bill

Fringe favourites Katherine Ryan and Marcus Brigstocke also set to appear at July’s festival

Festivals 2016: Latitude Festival Preview – Theatre, Film and Cabaret

Check out the best arts entertainment on offer at the UK’s most diverse and dynamic festival

Festivals 2016: Latitude Festival Preview – Comedy, Dance and Literature

Check out the best arts entertainment on offer at the UK’s most diverse and dynamic festival

7 June 2016