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CeilidhKids at the Fringe – Free!

CeilidhKids at the Fringe – Free!

Family workshop suitable for children aged 3-7 years with parents or carers. We involve everyone: skip, clap and march together to traditional Scottish music. Enjoy discovering very simple (often simplified) dances that you might find at a ceilidh or Scottish country dance, celebrating the social aspects of dancing with a partner. CeilidhKids is all about fun for all generations. Hugely popular with local families, now it's your turn. Continue Reading

Bone Wars

Bone Wars

America, 1863. Two great scientists discover the dinosaurs, go mad and destroy each other. 150 years later, they’re back for a final reckoning. Witness history’s greatest feud (excluding that time Emily Davison tried to punch a horse). A new comic play from Keiron Nicholson and Nicholas Cooke. Keiron Nicholson has written for The News Quiz, Breaking The News and the award-nominated Lewis Macleod’s Wired News. His favourite dinosaur is a triceratops. Nicholas Cooke has worked with Forced Continue Reading

Phi and Me

Phi and Me

‘A mother’s love never hurt so good as in this razor-sharp, magnificently over-the-top explosion of ethnic humour’ ****½ (Herald Sun). ‘If you enjoyed the material of Russell Peters, Hung Le and Anh Do and the style of The Kumars at No 42 and Greek on the Roof you will certainly appreciate Phi and Me’ (Hugh Gundlach, The Pun). Phi, a second-generation Vietnamese Australian, appears to be a typical aspiring doctor, but deep down inside all Phi ever wanted in life was to be a Continue Reading

Richard Todd: Monsters

Richard Todd: Monsters

Like a piece of forgotten sellotape stuck on a wall, neurotic ditherer Richard Todd clings to nothing but his place on the earth; may his grip hold for an hour of art therapy, inner demons and salad. 'A smart surrealist’ (Independent). 'A brilliant observational comic as well as an engaging story teller and marries the two into something wonderfully funny' (Scotsman). 'A talent entirely of his own' **** (Fest). 'Flashes of brilliance with complex, imaginative surrealism Continue Reading

Cow

Cow

I’m fed up with being called lovely just because I’m a nicely spoken, middle-aged woman in a cardigan. Join me in an act of rebellion as I get properly mardy and embrace my inner cow. 'Jane is incredibly charming and lovely... puts the audience at ease with her wonderful speaking voice and middle-class manner' (Juice Comedy). ‘Charming, endearing, entertaining... made the world a little bit of a better place’ (Notts Comedy Review). See what I mean? Bastards. Continue Reading

Guns \'n\' Rosé With Peter E Davidson / Free Festival

Guns 'n' Rosé With Peter E Davidson / Free Festival

Peter E Davidson is a wine drinking man adrift in a sea of beer drinkers. How the hell did he end up this way? Are you born a rosé wine drinker or, through a series of unfortunate incidents, do you grow to be one? How many times can you lie to a barman saying ‘...and a rosé for the Mrs’? All the big questions, and more, will be answered in the Edinburgh debut show from Peter E Davidson (BBC’s Blame Game, MC of Masons Comedy). Continue Reading

Show Up

Show Up

Pete (Desperately Seeking the Exit, Late with Lance!) uses his decades of solo performance expertise to turn the often vilified clichés of the genre on their clichéd heads. Using an arsenal of Post-it Notes, Pete transforms real life audience experiences into a comedic, vibrant, life story that's daring and different each time. You get to control the content, set and sound for this socially anxious show about you. And there’s a party! 'Hilarious' ***** (TheFrontRowCenter.com). Continue Reading

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