Tag Archives: The City Cafe

Milo McCabe: The Unflappable Troy Hawke

For those who saw Milo McCabe‘s Genesisocide at last year’s Fringe you’ll know what to expect from the man. Excellent characterisation, a range of impeccable accents and a slightly bonkers story-line. Last year there was a lot of Back to … Continue reading

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Olaf Falafel and the Cheese of Truth

‘So what’s this guy like, then?’ asked the Edinburgh woman of a certain age standing behind me in the queue for Olaf Falafel the other day. ‘Well, he’s a bit surreal,’ I replied. ‘What’s that, then?’ ‘Erm… you know Vic … Continue reading

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It’s back! The one, the only…

Fantastic start to the Festival/Fringe – Clever Peter at The City Cafe. These guys are award-winning and have had their own show on Radio 4 (but don’t let that put you off!). Apparently their influences are Monty Python and they … Continue reading

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Return of the Curate’s Egg Fringe

Saturday, 10th August Started my Free Fringe day with the marvellous Joan Shepard in Confessions of an Old Lady #2 at Fingers Piano Bar. Not the greatest of venues with entrance directly off Frederick Street and noises off from the … Continue reading

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