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Joz Norris: The Incredible Joz Norris Locks Himself Inside His Own Show
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Joz Norris: The Incredible Joz Norris Locks Himself Inside His Own Show

August 26th, 2017 | by admin
Joz Norris, the  children’s entertainer-cum-absurdist anecdotal comedian, has, as the title suggests, a bit of an aloof premise for you. This year’s outing is more structured, material wise, than the last. The well-pitched...
The Delightful Sausage: Cold Hard Cache
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The Delightful Sausage: Cold Hard Cache

August 26th, 2017 | by admin
The brainchild of comics Chris Cantril and Amy Gledhill, The Delightful Sausage is a satire of community college courses, enforced workplace seminars and cringe-worthy educational school theatre, all rolled into one. It draws its...
Tobacco
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Tobacco

August 26th, 2017 | by admin
Andrew Buckland fully embodies the quibbling, timid husband yearning for more from Chekov’s On the Harmful Effects of Tobacco. Baxter Theatre Centre’s adaptation retains much of the character and less of the tone of...
The Rise and Fall of Marcus Monroe
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The Rise and Fall of Marcus Monroe

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
How many juggling comedy shows have you seen this year? None? Yeah, me too. Until now that is. The slightly unusual format of The Rise and Fall of Marcus Monroe leads to a fantastic laugh out loud set with a lovable fool. Monroe...
Girls
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Girls

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
Girls is a beautiful, sweet and often terrifying portrayal of three best friends as they experience a truly horrific ordeal. Kidnapped by the terrorist group Boko Haram, the three girls use imagination, gossip and playful energy...
Knock Knock
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Knock Knock

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
Niv Petel gives a captivating and heart wrenching performance in his one man play, Knock Knock. It follows the story of a single mother raising her child in Israel, knowing that one day he will be called on for national service,...
Wereldband: Slapstick
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Wereldband: Slapstick

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
This Dutch troop make a striking and hysterical Fringe debut with their physical comedy-cum-music show, Släpstick. This is a multimedia homage to their influences and watches like an old Laurel and Hardy sketch. There’s even...
Harriet Kemsley: Bad at Doing
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Harriet Kemsley: Bad at Doing

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
Harriet Kemsley is a vegetarian who is allergic to raw fruit, raw vegetables and all nuts. She also has dyspraxia, the physical cousin to dyslexia: in her own words, she can read a book, she’ll just drop it on her foot...
The Believers Are But Brothers
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The Believers Are But Brothers

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
The Believers Are But Brothers begins in the queue. Staff members coax our phone numbers from us so that the performers can communicate with us from the stage. Some are unwilling at first, but by the time we enter, almost...
All Hell Toupee
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All Hell Toupee

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
Directed by Jeremy Stockwell, All Hell Toupee is a satirical comedy which tells the story of Christina, a Los Angeles beauty aesthetician who has come to Edinburgh to sell you the best ‘hair wear’ in America. She brags about...