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Goodbye Edinburgh - 25th August 2014

I hate to say goodbye to such a beautiful city. I love Edinburgh,  it’s such an enchanting place. What I love most is Edinburgh in August. 19 more words

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Fringe take 2 part 3 - 24th August 2014

Tony Law

I’ve seen Tony Law live once before and thought that it was one of the most random things I have ever seen. This show didn’t disappoint.  238 more words

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Fringe take 2 part 3 - 24th August 2014

Tony Law

I’ve seen Tony Law live once before and thought that it was one of the most random things I have ever seen. This show didn’t disappoint.  238 more words

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Fringe take 2 part 2 - 23rd August 2014

Phill Jupitus

It’s been a dream of mine to see Phill Jupitus live. He is a comedian I grew up watching on tv and one of the first comedians to spark my interest in comedy. 219 more words

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Festival Publishing

Earlier this year, at the official launch of the programme for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, much was made of the 2014 event being—once again—the biggest ever in its history; 3,193 shows across 299 venues, meaning a grand total of 50,771 performances in three-and-a-bit weeks during August. 1,077 more words

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Tips: The Boy Who Climbed Out Of His Face (The Jetty, London)

Shunt’s new show, The Boy Who Climbed Out of His Face is wildly inventive, and something that I found to be quite brilliant. However, I’m completely aware that this is the type of theatre that is going to be quite divisive when it comes to opinion, already demonstrated in… 1,390 more words

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Fringe take 2 part 1 - 22nd August 2014

James Cook

First we saw James Cook’s free show. His show was based around board games and gave an insight into the various games avaliable which stray from the Norm. 239 more words

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