Fringe review: Mr and Mrs Love

Jeremy Welch reviews Mr and Mrs Love at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

It was a serendipitous moment when I fell across this cabaret show and I’m delighted to have seen it.

The show is a musical rom com combining music as wide ranging as Greig’s piano Concerto in A minor through West Ends show hits and even a little rap. Mr and Mrs Love take us through the six most important lessons in establishing a loving relationship.  

Having shown us the guiding lights to a successful love relation is that bright light illuminating faults in their own love relationship?

Mr and Mrs Love combine wonderful singing voices, multi-talented music instrumental abilities with a very amusing story line.  

There are moments of utter hilarity with well-timed and executed comedic skill.  

The song choice perfectly fit into the narrative arc. The audience is seduced into the show to reiterate some of the lessons and some of the replies from the audience are very revealing!

This is what the Fringe is really about. Two talented artists with multiple musical abilities producing a great script. The venue echoed to laughter and the audience left with smiles on their faces.


The show is sexy, sassy, funny and rollicking good fun.  It’s a great way to spend the evening so grab a ticket and have some fun.


Mr and Mrs Love is on at Pleasance Dome 2130 Venue 23 from August  15-20, 22-27.

Tickets can be bought HERE.

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