This is a glorious experience from the opening theme tune, through commercial breaks, down to the 'traditional' preview of the next episode.
There is wonder here in Edinburgh, and it is being ignored.
Play with Chekhov at your peril, children.
It is difficult to work out exactly who this play is for.
This is not a nice Fringe for comedy.
It is absolutely not Fraser Brown who needs to be afraid.
The word that most immediately springs to mind is 'joy'.
One of the great things that the Edinburgh Fringe has always done is to give a platform to local schools of various performing arts within an actual arts festival.
The works of WS Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan are jewels in the English theatrical treasury and I, generally, have scant patience (no pun intended) with 'reimaginings'.
A lot of love has gone into this imagined duet between Frankie Howerd and his lover Dennis Heymer.
In the midst of the comedy maelstrom, into which Edinburgh in August descends, I was privileged to enjoy an extraordinary artistic experience.
This is not a 'show' in the generally accepted meaning of the word.
Kate Copstick meets Natalie Perlin, the 36GGG woman, while trying hard not to stare at her breasts; Natalie's that is.
Kate Copstick reveals the mind of a reviewer.
Copstick is back at Surgeons' Hall chatting to Martha McBrier, Darcie Silver, Pope Lonergan and Lisa Frischemeier.
Slaughtered, from the Underbelly Abattoir. Hosted by Copstick, with guests including Alun Cochrane, Luca Cupani, Langston Kerman, Taigé Lauren, and Darius Davies.
Kate Copstick chats to Paul Wady of Stealth Aspies about questioning labels on the topic of autism.
Hosted by Kate Copstick and featuring the equally fierce female voices of Kirsten Vangsness (yes, Penelope Garcia!), Elaine Miller, and Martha McBrier.
Kate meets the folks behind the Army@TheFringe and finds out more about this unique venue.
Kate Copstick presents episode 1 of Slaughtered at The Surgeon's Hall with President Obonjo and Zach Zucker.
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