CONTENTS FESTIVAL 2013 | ISSUE 3 | LIST.CO.UK/FESTIVAL
COVER STORY NEW VOICES The centrepiece of the Edinburgh International Festival’s dance programme is Scottish Ballet’s Dance Odysseys, a groundbreaking selection of works from the past and present. Choreographers James Cousins, Martin Lawrance, Kristen McNally, Henry Oguike and Helen Pickett are premiering five works for the New Voices strand – see interviews with all of them on page 18.
Mailbox Top 20
The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning 12
A N D Y R O S S
Nam June Paik Forest Fringe
FOOD & DRINK Top 5: street food pop-ups
Tracey Thorn Sylvia Plath
Bridget Christie Mark Thomas
The Lock In KIDS
I Believe in Unicorns
Esio Trot MUSIC
Whatever Gets You Through the Night 64
Tame Impala THEATRE
Leaving Planet Earth Berkoff: An Actor’s Lament
GREAT OFFERS VISUAL ART
Edinburgh Art Festival Art Lates
Win tickets to the Virgin Money Fireworks
Win an Aperol Spritz Kit and tickets to Omega
Win tickets to Terry Clements Win tickets to Stripped at the Edinburgh International Book Festival
Win tickets to the worst show in the Fringe
2 for 1 tickets for Drum Struck!
Win tickets to Tracey Thorn at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 30
STRIPPED We highlight those to look out for at Edinburgh International Book Festival’s brand new graphic novel strand. Plus Metaphrog discuss the recent comic book renaissance. FOREST FRINGE A dinner party with strangers; a rest spot in the back of a van; someone to consolidate your emotional debts: Forest Fringe is back with a host of unexpected performances.
Last issue we used an incorrect image on our review of Tony Jameson. We apologise for the error.
THIS WEEK ON LIST.CO.UK/FESTIVAL Our Top Rated page is in full swing, with well over 2000 aggregated reviews at the time of writing. We’ve also got an extended piece on mind-blowing mentalist Doug Segal (see page 10 for the short version), and listings for over 1000 free Festival events in case your wallet’s starting to feel the pinch. Cover photo: Graham Wylie
Peter Doig Fiona Banner
Crazy P Scratcha
AROUND TOWN CineFringe
Edinburgh International Festival talks 90
Skeptics on the Fringe 90
FESTIVAL AT A GLANCE 95