This was a very entertaining start to a Sunday from a very experienced and polished performer.
We are in the American Deep South.
Shazia Mirzas show begins fairly quietly with the usual audience foreplay.
The setting is Moscow in 1930.
This was the grand opening of a new show which will happen regularly through this years Fringe, hosted by Joe Simmons at Symposium Hall.
There were some brilliant one-liners in this show, and Im tending to think that this is what Shappi Khorsandi really does best.
Mr Price (Scott Baxter) has had a very significant role in an election or so it would seem.
Don Quixote has forgotten his role and nature.
Scott Agnew is a really nice guy who has a strong stage presence and has some very good lines.
Noel Tovey is a legend.
This is the first production that this Welsh group has brought to Edinburgh, and is the third play by its writer.
Nick takes his girlfriend Flora off for a quiet rural weekend.
Here was the biggest audience yet.
This show was written by and stars Dugald Bruce-Lockhart, as Jack, the central character who has been jilted by his fiancée immediately before their marriage some months back.
Here is a extremely entertaining show that conveys more scientific and theoretical information than any other show I have seen.
Jack Klaff was outside chatting to audience members for some time before the show, and shook our hands as we entered.
This is the first outing for a young company.
Baba Brinkman is famed for his Rap Canterbury Tales and later shows such as the Rap Guide to Evolution.
This is a very traditional production, but none the worse for that.
This is probably the most stunning and gorgeous show I have ever seen in Edinburgh.
Holly Strickland performs the poem by Anna Akhmatova, translated by D M Thomas, with extra verses translated for this performance.
Richard Fry is here a tough guy who is both gay and a terror! But hes such a nice guy you do have to make an effort to see that.
Tony Tanner is a man with an illustrious theatrical history, who amongst other things received two ‘Tony’ nominations for his work on Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Paul Sinha has yet to really breakout, although hes been building a solid stand-up foundation over the years at the Fringe.
Two very young guys share a house.
A kaleidoscope of absorbing characters are created by one actor in this play, written and performed by Hannah Chalmers and directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair.
Nilaja Sun spent six years as a teaching artist in the Bronx .
Beginning with Pinter being interviewed onstage by a voice from the back of the theatre, we quickly move into an intimate and very involving drama.
One woman laughed out of all control tonight, and Stephen K.
An actor Jack Treadwell known to his friends as Tread is giving his very last lecture/performance on dramatic method and the art of acting.
The office at the end of the world.
Richard Fry begins with a big smile and tells us how he loves them and how they light up the world.
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