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Next Stop: The Edinburgh Festival, An Overview

I love festivals. Anytime there’s one close to home, I’m there, looking to get fat on funnel cakes and Coco Bongos.

They usually last for a few days . 1,032 more words

Travel

Famous TV funny man brings love and laughter to Annan

Master of pace and quick-witted patter, there’s much more to Hardeep Singh Kohli than being a media funny man in a colourful turban.

And audiences in Annan will have a rare chance to see and hear the man in action when he visits the east of the region as part of this year’s Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival. 252 more words

News

Richard Herring: Edinburgh holds no Fringe benefits

On Friday I am filming the DVD of my latest stand-up show Lord Of The Dance Settee at the Bloomsbury Theatre in London (I am also there on Thursday if you are planning to come with someone you’re having an affair with and don’t wish to be filmed). 561 more words

Lifestyle

Networking: Accommodation at Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Katherina and Alister from Two Destination Language have booked a flat in central Edinburgh this August during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Rooms (single & double) are still available at competitive rates between 7-17 August 2015. 11 more words

Networking / Training

Zooming Towards Brighton ... Slowly! Part 1

The road to Brighton (and beyond) has been a long one … and relatively slow, with lots of twists, turns, the odd blank road-sign and a surprisingly large amount of rain. 972 more words

The Fork in the Road

It was another beautiful day here in Portland. It was another work session for David Adjmi’s Elective Affinities as well; and quite low-key. In terms of the ‘norms’ more or less observed in the American theatre system, the importance and some would argue the ‘validity’ of the director’s presence has an expiration date. 310 more words

Theatre

IdeasTap Underbelly Award 2015

Earlier this year I was delighted to win the 2015 IdeasTap Underbelly Award with my one-man show The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Family. The award received 204 applications and I was lucky enough to be among an 11-strong shortlist, which saw Polly Tisdall and I travel to IdeasTap HQ in London to pitch to a panel. 276 more words