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Salt.
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Salt.

August 16th, 2017 | by admin
Brutal and breath-taking are the only real ways to describe Selina Thompson’s haunting one woman show. salt. details her own journey retracing the route of the transatlantic slave trade from Britain to Ghana, Jamaica and...
Bruce
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Bruce

August 16th, 2017 | by admin
When faced with the prospect of a show based around a yellow sponge, I must admit, I was cynical. Puppetry is a hard craft, and it is often a very tough task to please the audience. However, I was definitely proved wrong. Bruce...
Rachel Jackson: Bunny Boiler
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Rachel Jackson: Bunny Boiler

August 16th, 2017 | by admin
Women have been called many things when looking for The One. Rachel Jackson’s show, Bunny Boiler, plays on this fact, reflectively looking at how difficult it is to find love in this day and age and taking the audience through...
Dust
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Dust

August 16th, 2017 | by admin
“I think this is the end.” This is how Dust begins: with one young woman peering down at her own dead body, believing – for a moment – that she’s found some kind of conclusion. After taking her own life, Alice is stuck...
Stand By
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Stand By

August 16th, 2017 | by admin
The reality of policing is not like the movies. Writer and performer Adam McNamara is a former police officer and tells it like it is. Stand By is genuine, funny and tragic and may leave you questioning why anyone would join the...
How to Be a Kid
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How to Be a Kid

August 16th, 2017 | by admin
How to Be a Kid delves into the 12-year-old world of care-confusion when the roles are reversed and Molly is forced to look after her younger brother, Joe, while her mother copes with the death of her nan. One of Fringe’s most...
The North! The North!
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The North! The North!

August 16th, 2017 | by admin
The unassuming Christopher Harrisson welcomes his audience warmly to Summerhall.  A slight smell permeates the old lecture hall as we clamber into the aisles, and there is a distinct feeling that we have entered into a realm...
Double Feature
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Double Feature

August 16th, 2017 | by admin
First Fringe winning duo Andy Gray and Grant Stott are back this year with a comedic masterpiece written by Phil Differ. Double Feature is a story about two childhood friends, Micky and Davy, who are delighted to find themselves...
Mia: Daughters of Fortune
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Mia: Daughters of Fortune

August 16th, 2017 | by admin
Mind the Gap is one of the few theatre companies to work in partnership with learning disabled artists, and the only one of its kind to take part in the Fringe this year. Mia: Daughters of Fortune, their latest production, is a...
Fin Taylor: Lefty Tighty Righty Loosey
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Fin Taylor: Lefty Tighty Righty Loosey

August 15th, 2017 | by admin
Now, this was refreshing. Ever feel like most middle-class people in their late twenties? That you’re just too old for this crap now? So does Fin Taylor. Not in that way many comedians claim though, with routines set against...