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Edinburgh – A Tale of Two Towns

Edinburgh – A Tale of Two Towns

On our tour we will reveal some of the secrets hidden within a city rich in culture and ancient history and blessed with beauty. We will bring the past and its people vividly to life. We stroll along the narrow streets of the Old Town revealing the secrets that lie hidden in their dark closes, then to Edinburgh’s Georgian New Town with its blend of ancient and modern architecture and a sense of Edinburgh moving into a more modern era. In other words a fantastic introduction to Edinburgh. Continue Reading

John Hunt Four O\'Clock Afternoon Blues and Swing

John Hunt Four O'Clock Afternoon Blues and Swing

'Boogie-woogie. Slide-guitar master... DIY explosion' **** (Scotsman). John's seventh Fringe, following six years of full-house concerts. 'Hunt has mojo, a funky version of Got You Under my Skin’ **** (Edinburgh Evening News). 'Fantastic gig, understated and cool' **** (BroadwayBaby.com). 'Boogie-boss blues legend Hunt builds cannibalised guitars, his famous B&Q shelf guitar with built-in PA' **** (Herald). 'Insane, ingenious 21st-century blues. Inventive, unique and Continue Reading

The Katet Plays Stevie Wonder

The Katet Plays Stevie Wonder

Edinburgh soul/funk heroes pay homage to the legend that is Stevie Wonder. Keyboard player and vocalist Mike Kearney and his seven-piece band perform a high octane set of Wonder's classics and rarities in their own style, with pounding groove, exciting reworkings and a monstrous horn section. ‘Something of a funk colossus’ (Edinburgh Evening News). ‘Dynamic, danceable, and dastardly catchy’ (Sunday Mail). Sell-out show 2015/2016. Continue Reading

Clowntown

Clowntown

‘A big hit’ (STV). ‘Dazzlingly colourful!’ (Edinburgh Evening News). Multi-talented Patty and Dandy from Canada’s top clown band bring audiences of all ages to their feet, singing, dancing and laughing with hilarious antics and award-winning original tunes from their four hit CDs. Gold Record-certified, Juno Award nominees, they’ve captivated audiences worldwide in concerts, TV, and festivals since 1977. Clowntown transports you to their imaginary hometown, with magic, musical Continue Reading

The I Hate Children Children\'s Show

The I Hate Children Children's Show

Let's be honest... Right now you're looking for a show that'll be safe and fun for your kids but that won't suck for you. Well you've found it. Named ‘Best Children's Show’ by (ThreeWeeks). Rated 'number one Children's Show' and 'number one Magic Show' by the List. Slip some whiskey in your sippy cup and enjoy the ebullient frivolity of the The I Hate Children Children's Show. Live music, interactive magic (every kid helps with the magic), and free champagne for moms. ‘No one Continue Reading

Know Brexit

Know Brexit

‘The UK has voted out… 48% scream and shout… Will the Union end up dead? Is economic ruin where we head? Brexit plans remain unclear… Who knows where we go from here…’ Enjoy a humorous and entertaining look at the Brexit options, our future relationship with the EU, and what it all means for the UK. Geoffrey Brown returns after presenting Knowing EU at the Fringe festivals in Brighton and Edinburgh, 2016 – ‘clever mixing of humour with a stream of enlightening facts’ Continue Reading

Marking Time

Marking Time

Tom has cancer. Wife Ruth, a woman in too much of a hurry, gets stuck in the hospital lift on way to a meeting with Tom's consultant. Trapped in the lift until an NHS engineer arrives, currently on the other side of Edinburgh, Ruth unravels their journey from shock diagnosis, radiotherapy, to these new results the consultant is about to deliver. Has the treatment bought them some more time? What about the people they have met along the way? Witty, poignant, hopeful take on marking time, and, at Continue Reading

Lunch Girls

Lunch Girls

Bee, Dee, Jay and Vee – will they ever do lunch? Dee's a bitch, Jay's in love (but who with?), Dee's got Harry's mother's dodgy wheelchair to deal with, and Bee worries about everything. And why isn't Kay answering the door? As for the husbands – well that's another story. Sex, death, secrets and lies. A funny and moving snapshot of the interweaving lives of four ordinary women and their domestic trials and tribulations, told through a sequence of often comic exchanges and monologues. Continue Reading

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