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Rosco McClelland: How I Got Over
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Rosco McClelland: How I Got Over

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
How I Got Over is about the life changing experience of Scottish Comedian of the Year Rosco McClelland, and focuses on his brush with death and the discovery of his life threatening heart condition, Sudden Death Syndrome. He...
Private Peaceful
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Private Peaceful

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
Simon Reade’s adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s Private Peaceful is, to put it simply, a stunning example of small-scale theatre in action. Following the life and childhood of Tommo Peaceful, we get a first-hand glimpse of the...
Mission Abort
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Mission Abort

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
Mission Abort opens with Therese Ramstedt, legs spread, on what appears to be a nurse’s bed as she addresses the audience upside down. So begins this exceptionally moving and thought provoking one woman play which breaks the...
Adam Hess: Cactus
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Adam Hess: Cactus

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
Former Best Newcomer Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Adam Hess returns to the Fringe with his new hilariously jam packed show, Cactus. From the moment he bursts on stage, Hess hurtles through non-stop joke after joke with the...
Arr We There Yet?
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Arr We There Yet?

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
“You’ll all have duties aboard the ship,” a pirate informs a crowd of curious small faces packed into the tent in the Underbelly Circus Hub. He then explains that they are required to clap and scream whenever they see...
Clonely
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Clonely

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
If nothing screams 80’s sci fi thriller more than a ton of tin foil, then Clonely is screaming louder than any other show at the Fringe. With a nostalgic vibe throughout, this two-hander takes the audience on a journey through...
Folk
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Folk

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
Typically, a review will start with a small summary of the piece at hand, before diving into all those opinions and criticisms and star ratings. I won’t be giving you a summary of Folk, choreographer Caroline Finn’s first...
Jenny Hval
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Jenny Hval

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
Norway’s Jenny Hval arrives in Edinburgh with a string of critically acclaimed avant-garde albums to her name, the latest of which – Blood Bitch, influenced by old vampire films and the place of menstrual blood in art and...
Sigma
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Sigma

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
There aren’t many places you’ll find a show the combines Indian dancing and juggling, but Sigma is the show you didn’t realise you needed – and that’s what the Edinburgh Fringe is all about. Four women, two...
The Revlon Girl
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The Revlon Girl

August 25th, 2017 | by admin
The Revlon Girl will break your heart, mend it momentarily with warm, bountiful humour, and then break your heart all over again. Based on a very real disaster, it’s an emotionally charged exploration of the way in which...