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The Inconvenience of Wings
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The Inconvenience of Wings

August 20th, 2017 | by admin
Taking a fearless look at mental illness, The Baxter Theatre Centre present The Inconvenience of Wings, one of six plays they have brought to Edinburgh from Cape Town that explore issues not often talked about in popular media....
Dickless
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Dickless

August 20th, 2017 | by admin
Taking place in one night in Dunningham, this one woman show follows Saff, a tough young woman out and about town who gets roped into a revenge plot that doesn’t quite go to plan. Then there’s Oli, a young man in the prime of...
Boris and Sergey’s One-Man-Extravaganza
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Boris and Sergey’s One-Man-Extravaganza

August 20th, 2017 | by admin
This is a puppet-show like no other. Boris and Sergey’s One Man Extravaganza explores the lives of two brothers who, after achieving fame during the golden years of Hollywood, decide to go their separate ways, leading the...
Pike St.
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Pike St.

August 20th, 2017 | by admin
There might be more than half a dozen characters featuring in Pike St., but there’s only one actor. If you’re at all concerned about this character-to-performer ratio, here’s some advice for you: don’t be. Inside the...
TutuMucky
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TutuMucky

August 20th, 2017 | by admin
Tutumucky, performed by the Scottish Dance Theatre and choreographed by London based Botis Seva, feels like it’s set in some kind of prison underworld. The dancers are often wild and insect-like, crawling and scuttering across...
The Establishment: Eton Mess
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The Establishment: Eton Mess

August 20th, 2017 | by admin
With jokes about homemade chutney, the Chelsea Flower Show, and tax brackets, The Establishment: Eton Mess is an action-packed, over-the-top parody of Britain’s most privileged. It’s a playful yet sharply observant slab of...
Helen Duff: When the Going Gets Duff
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Helen Duff: When the Going Gets Duff

August 19th, 2017 | by admin
Watching Helen Duff bounce around the stage, you can’t help but wonder whether the comedian has somehow managed to harness the collective stamina of a professional athletics team. Her energy is endless and boundless, and it’s...
Out
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Out

August 19th, 2017 | by admin
Out is already in motion when you walk in. South Asian pop’s bright notes overlap with radio static and confused Western tunes. Rachel Young and Dwayne Anthony move out of sync, joyfully and chaotically filling the stage even...
Meeting at 33
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Meeting at 33

August 19th, 2017 | by admin
Meeting at 33 is a breath of fresh air this Fringe. Presented by Second Circle Theatre, Meeting at 33 is a striking piece of verbatim theatre that leaves behind the corporate world of the festival to focus on real stories, and...
Andy Zaltzman: Satirist for Hire
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Andy Zaltzman: Satirist for Hire

August 19th, 2017 | by admin
Andy Zaltzman is like watching The Nutty Professor blended with the politico uncle you only see at Christmas and family gatherings: surly and erratic but ultimately a paragon of wisdom and sarcasm. If his zany hair is anything to...