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Our trained hand of critics and pundits pick out their Fringe and Festival hot tickets not to he missed in week one.
Flipside Flip Webster at the Gilded Balloon performs an inspired one woman comedy about characters congregating at a wedding.
The Misogynist Tom Hickcy’s one-man show, written by controversial playwright Michael Harding, investigates all aspects of misogyny. from patronising bureaucrat to potential rapist, at the Assembly Rooms.
The End Of The Tunnel Philippe Gaulier. performance actor and all round crazy guy brings his legendary Compagnie to the Assembly Rooms to perform a piece loosely based on the Channel Tunnel.
Orlando An exciting premiere from the innovative and award-winning Red Shift Theatre Company mixing up the life ofVirginia Woolfwith the plot other novel.
Tommy Cockles. born and raised in the music hall. Tommy‘s tales induce more titters than the lewdest Max Miller routine. Catch him at The Pleasance before they knock him down and turn him into a leisure centre.
Fuente Ovejuna An International Festival Production from the Royal National Theatre. Declan Donnelan directs an accessible. colourful and pacy staging of Lope De Vega’s real-life drama.
Mad Grassmarket Project‘s harrowing real-life drama at Leitheatre that completes Jeremy Weller‘s underdog trilogy that began with Glad and Bad.
Dido and Aeneas An International Festival production at the King‘s Theatre bringing Mark Morris‘s controversial and radical Dance Group to the UK for the first time. He plays both female leads.
Thea Vldale Houston‘s ‘chocolate kiss‘ provides rapier-sharp comic commentary on just about everything at the Assembly Dream Tent in the Meadows.
Sin Bruce Morton muses on the seven deadlies. A candidate for the fizzy water prize? Find out at the Rifle Lodge.
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