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Tag Archives: Edinburgh Festival Fringe
So that’s the Festival over with for another year. Of course, when we say the Festival we actually mean The Fringe – as that’s the part most people are interested in and it’s the reason why the population of Edinburgh … Continue reading
During the inspired lunacy that is Bob Blackman’s Tray? main man Johnny Sorrow notes – nay, wails – that you wouldn’t get this kind of thing at The Pleasance or at any of the other silly-money-charging big-boy venues up the … Continue reading
Some comedians have an indefinable quality. That certain je ne sais quoi. Something you can’t quite put your finger on but you know you like it. Here we go though – I’ll have to try and describe how good Luca … Continue reading
Let’s face it – most people who come to the The Fringe want to be entertained. They don’t want to be harangued, ridiculed, interrogated or made to feel socially anxious. Also a good many people will only go and see … Continue reading
Can anyone remember when the stereotypical Italian twin obsessions were food and music? Anyone who knows Italians of a younger vintage though will confirm it’s religion and sex. Well… maybe that’s more an Italians on The Fringe thing. And Daniele … Continue reading
I suppose the first thing you would ask when you meet someone who’s an amputee is ‘how did it happen?’ And if that person has an exciting and knife-edge type tale of bomb-blasts, shark-attacks or losing-a-limb-in-Afghan – how perfect would … Continue reading
Great title – if not entirely accurate. There are precious few puns and Richard Wright isn’t a fundamentalist. He is however a christian and a member of (or soldier in?) the Salvation Army. He seemed pleasantly surprised at the reasonable … Continue reading