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Act I. Scene I The barge she sat on . like a bm'nished throne
“ _}. Burned on the water; the poop was beaten gold .
But she didn ’t have a Fringe Programme.
_. ‘LEO: Tony.you hayen’tgottwotirstelass
stamps have you?
TONY: All the world’s a stage And all the men and women merely players.
CLEO: Yes. but anyone can take part in the Fringe. Tony.
TONY: Though this be madness. yet there be method in‘t. It is meat and drink to me to see a clown.
CLEO: There are more things in the Edinburgh Fringe Than are dreamt of in your philosophy: Professional. amateur. international and local.
TONY: We must haye change. we must therefore put money in our purse.
CLEO: Not at all. Prices range from £6 down to as little as I: I . There are good concessions available and there is lots to see for free.
TONY: Must we divide the Sunday from the w eek‘.’
(.‘LEO: No. shows run all day. every day. and on 20 August there is Fringe Sunday when I50.0Il0 people will enjoy buskers. music theatre.jazz bands and hot air balloons. ab
TONY: O wonderful. wonderful. and most wonderful! and yet again wonderful. and “(a ‘ after that. out of all whooping. 3
CLEO: Stands Scotland where it did? "
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