Beetlemania is one of those potentially disastrous ideas — hey! Let’s make a child-friendly Kafka comedy gig! — that becomes a great show...one of the hidden treats of the year.
A show that genuinely feels like a manifesto for our times.
Beetlemania’s staging is wonderfully inventive... the set pieces fizzle with life, staying just the right side of zany...making this probably the most riotously cheerful take on existential angst at the Fringe.