A psychedelic ride, and a wonky homage to the woman damned for destroying the Beatles, O No! borrows Yoko Ono’s art instructions to ask whether falling in love is always catastrophic. A sell-out success and one of the most talked about shows of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015.
It’s about reckless optimism, avant-garde art and what we might yet have to learn from the hippies.
Co-directed by Wendy Hubbard.
Fractious, hilarious and punctuated by undeniable beauty, Jamie Wood’s tribute to Yoko Ono is a thing of mischief and magic
✭✭✭✭✭ The Stage
By the end, Wood has got the entire audience making music and probably doubled the amount of happiness floating around Edinburgh.
✭✭✭✭ The Guardian
There’s no one at the Fringe like Jamie Wood – probably no one on the planet. Experiencing his surreal imagination is like being sucked down a rabbit hole full of joy.
Stepping back outside, the world seems like a different place: a better one.
✭✭✭✭ The Scotsman
“This is one of the strangest hours I have ever passed. However, it is also one of the funniest and most heart-wrenching.”
✭✭✭✭ Broadway Baby
Jamie Wood’s O No! is a slice of sweet absurdity that made me smile from beginning to end
Lyn Gardner’s Top Theatre Picks (Fri 14 Aug)
perfect as an oasis in the midst of a hectic festival, and a genuinely different experience.
Booking in advance recommended. Cash only, some tickets on the door.