Our Pick of the Festival Fringe 2016 – HELP

Funny Women’s “Ones To Watch” comedy duo Nina Millns and Sophie Morgan-Price bring their new character comedy show HELP to the Fringe. The funny duo, who together are known as Bae, will touch audiences, physically and metaphorically, whilst guiding them to find themselves. The show, which conveniently starts at 11.45am to fall between your early More...

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By John Kennedy On Monday, July 25th, 2016
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 – Für Elise

  Promising a warm, funny and inventive mime set in Paris, Für Elise opens against a background of beautiful music, French voiceover (err, it is a mime guys, clue is in the title!) and ‘some placards’. More...

By Amanda Whitehead On Monday, July 25th, 2016
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Our Pick of Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 – The Bookbinder

The Bookbinder is a dark and mysterious one-man show set in a bookbinder’s workshop, brought to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe by the award-winning New Zealand company Trick of the Light. An old bookbinder sits More...

By Phyllis Stephen On Sunday, July 24th, 2016
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Our Pick of the Festival Fringe 2016 – An Evening with C S Lewis

AN EVENING WITH C.S. LEWIS (My Life’s Journey) is a solo show based on the life and writings of C.S. Lewis. This heart-warming, humorous and inspiring solo show will bring audiences closer than ever to the author More...

By Amanda Whitehead On Sunday, July 24th, 2016
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Our Pick of Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 – The Fool

In an imaginary future, the State’s most popular live show is reaching its grand finale. Three candidates, condemned by Kevin’s Bill, are trying their hardest to prove their foolishness in order to win your More...

By admin On Sunday, July 24th, 2016
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 – Pizza Delique – A Play

“Pizza Delique” focuses on the pervasive issue of rape and sexual abuse, a persistent undercurrent within our society that, we believe, has been underrepresented in our media and in terms of a police More...

By John Kennedy On Sunday, July 24th, 2016
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 : Hello Dahlly! Wonderman Interview

The Edinburgh Reporter sneaked in between busy rehearsals to have a quick chat with the delightfully named Gagglebabble team, Hannah McPake and Lucy Rivers, as they finalise tweaks and finesse the nips and tucks More...

By Amanda Whitehead On Sunday, July 24th, 2016
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Our Pick of Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 – I Love Ursula Hamdress

I love Ursula Hamdress is a performance on feminine identity, inspired by the lecture of The Sexual Politics of Meat, by Carol Adams. Ursula Hamdress was a sow, dressed up like a Playmate that appeared on Playboar, More...

By Amanda Whitehead On Sunday, July 24th, 2016
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Our Pick of Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 – Tagged

Crimes committed by young women have been increasing. No longer the fairer sex, girls are beginning to catch up with boys for breach of the peace, violence and theft. Tagged follows two girls, Seanette and Lynn, More...

By Amanda Whitehead On Sunday, July 24th, 2016
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Our Pick of Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 – Notflix

Notflix is an entirely improvised comedy musical based around spoofing the sinister algorithm used by Netflix in order to make suggestions for movies and tv shows that individual viewers may like. Waiting for More...