Edinburgh Fringe Festival

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The C-Bomb

In The C-Bomb, a new play performed by Worcester Productions, Chloe gets a phone call from an ex on her 21st birthday telling her she might have chlam...
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Cat-in-a-box

Cat-in-a-box by Morgan Sweeney is an innovative exploration of people’s deep attachments to one another and the comforting monotony even of an unhappy...
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Flight

I was hoping to watch something truly frightening at The Fringe and Flight definitely delivers the goods. Gathered round a shipping container, we’r...
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DollyWould

Dolly Would combines a love for the country music superstar Dolly Parton with scientific analysis of the cloned sheep Dolly. Louise Mothersole and Reb...
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Rhapsodes

Rhapsodes is a competitive Shakespearean improvisation show. The title stems from the Hellenic accolade of being a performer of poetry. The duo, Sean ...
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Performers

Irvine Welsh, of Trainspotting notoriety, has brought two damp squibs to this year’s Fringe: Performers and Creatives. The former is set in an office ...
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Give Me Your Love

Give Me Your Love is a Beckettian play about PTSD. It has an early start and a weighty theme, which is a lot to take in at breakfast time, but it is w...