SpaceDating: Love Me Tinder Cabaret

Let Megan guide you through the dos and dont's of online dating for Fringe 2016. Broadway Baby has a chat about her show Love Me Tinder..

I’m very drawn to Edinburgh and I would love to live here in the near future.

Tell us about yourself….

Hi! My name is Megan and I am currently based in Essex. I graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) in 2014 and that is where the piece was first created. I have currently been working in the Gynaecology Department at the local hospital to fund my EdFringe adventure.

Do you come here often?

This is my first time performing Love Me Tinder Cabaret at the Edinburgh Fringe but I performed in RCS’s Addam’s Family and The Girl Who in 2014.

Early to rise or late to bed?

Usually early to rise so this time slot will be a challenge for me! Looking forward to the challenge of late nights but if anyone sees me with heavy lids, feel free to give me a nudge.

Do you have an attraction to Edinburgh?

Scotland and Edinburgh in particular have always been very attractive to me. I’m very drawn to Edinburgh and I would love to live here in the near future. The historic buildings, the friendly people and the picturesque landscape are all quite appealing.

What’s your passion?

Always Music. Whether it be creating it, listening to new songs or being introduced to other artists, I wouldn’t be me without music.

Are you monogamous to EdFringe, or do you date other festivals?

Currently I am monogamous to EdFringe but am willing to try other fringe’s around the world with the right persuasion.

Show name: Love Me Tinder Cabaret

Production company: Megan Juniper

Venue: SpaceTriplex (V38)

Dates & Times: 5-27th August (Excluding Sundays), 23.20pm (50 minutes duration)

Twitter Handle: @JuniperMegan

Facebook Page: Lovemetinder 

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