PurSUEt & En Plein Dans l’Œil

The joy of the Fringe is always in the variety…Laura Clay certainly found that with these two performances…

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Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster

I don’t quite know why I picked this show. I think I must have thought it was something else. Anyway, within 5 minutes of listening to BAC Beatbox Academy I was hooked.

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First from the Fringe

Laura Clay returns to the Edinburgh Fringe this year, with her pick of the shows. Here, they start strong with Ginger Monologues, and The Shambles.

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Trying it On

“Trying it On” is an autobiographical monologue written and performed by David Edgar in which the author at 70 looks back to the revolutionary summer of 1968, when as a student he embraced the ideals and political struggles of the day.

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Peter Gynt

Fizzing with fun, fantasy and philosophy – that’s Peter Gynt, the new reworking of Ibsen’s notoriously difficult, monstrously long, epic verse play.

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‘My Sonata in Ee Lad’

When Wallace prepares to perform his brand new musical masterpiece, with help from his canine sidekick, Gromit, what can possibly go wrong?

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