Archive for the 'Edinburgh Festivals' Category

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Tim Vine The Joke-Amotive

Edinburgh Blog review of Tim Vine The Joke-Amotive, Tim Vine’s silly stand-up show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2010. Tim Vine The Joke-Amotive is showing at 8.43pm the Pleasance Courtyard, comedy venue.

Buy your tickets now for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2010

Preview, tips and information for the 2010 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2010 runs from 6th August - 30th August and the programme is out now. Tickets for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe can be booked now.

Camille O’Sullivan - The Dark Angel, Edinburgh Festival Fringe review

The Edinburgh Blog’s review of Camille O’Sullivan’s The Dark Angel show at the 2009 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Camille O’Sullivan is performing Camille O’Sullivan ‘The Dark Angel’ at the Assembly Hall.

Lewis Schaffer, Bigger and Blacker, Free Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Lewis Schaffer’s Bigger and Blacker Free Edinburgh Festival Fringe show reviewed at The Counting Horse. In 2009 Lewis Schaffer is performing for free at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

The Overcoat, Edinburgh Festival Fringe review

Review of Gecko Theatre’s The Overcoat. The Overcoat is showing at the Pleasance Courtyard for the 2009 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and is a new interpretation of Gogol’s short story The Overcoat.

Iain Banks at The Edinburgh International Book Festival

Iain Banks, or Iain M Banks, attended The Edinburgh International Book Festival to promote his latest novel. Iain Banks’ latest novel is called “Transition” and bridges the gap between his fiction and science fiction novels.

Tap Kids, Edinburgh Festival Fringe review

Tap Kids for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe reviewed by The Edinburgh Blog. Tap Kids is showing at Edinburgh’s New Town Theatre until 30th August 2009.

Rudi Lickwood - Food for thought, Edinburgh Festival Fringe review

Edinburgh Festival Fringe review of Rudi Lickwood’s - Food for thought, stand up comedy show. Rudi Lickwood’s - Food for thought show is showing at the attic of the Pleasance Courtyard for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2009.

Des Clarke: Clarxism, Edinburgh Festival Fringe review

Review of Des Clarke: Clarxism, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe show by Glaswegian comic Des Clarke. Clarxism, by Des Clarke, is showing at The Pleasance Courtyard’s above venue for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Morecambe, Edinburgh Festival Fringe review

Edinburgh Festival Fringe review of Guy Masterson’s Morecambe theatre production. Morecambe is showing at Assembly at Assembly Hall for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2009.


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