Fringe Review: The Vocal Orchestra - Underbelly, Bristo Square ✭✭✭✭

If you’re looking for some incredible talent and mind-bending vocal tricks to blow your ears away then The Vocal Orchestra should be at the very top of your Fringe wish list.

Comprising of Robin Bailey, Billy Benjamin Boothroyd, Claudia Georgette, Patrick Hirst, Harriet Syndercombe-Court, DJ Walde, Janna Yngwe and created by Shlomo, The Vocal Orchestra is a collective of supremely talented artists who work together to create their own percussion, melody and lead vocals with utterly stunning results.

What starts as a slow-burn as your ears adjust to the unique sounds of their voices quickly explodes with energy, colour and unbelievable sounds. The backdrop of pulsing screen adds to the power and overwhelming sensory heaven. Featuring a diverse range of music from as far back as the 1700s to the 21st Century as well as a master class in beat-boxing, it's almost impossible for your brain to believe your ears as this amazing group produce number after outstanding number. Their faultless vocals and boundless enthusiasm leave the audience breathless.

Creating their very own human time machine allows The Vocal Orchestra to really stretch their vocal chords. Featuring medleys of hits from different decades (80s,60s,1700s) their wall of sound envelops Underbelly with a beat that makes the seats shake and has the audience on their feet clapping and cheering in appreciation.

Catch these uniquely talented artists while you can.

Until 27th August at Underbelly, Bristo Square
Tickets: £14 - £16 (Concessions available)