Teachers, expect to read some gOod “what I did in my summer holidays”essays.

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The first of four special weekly issues dedicated to the Edinburgh festival features Alan Davies, Michael Moore, Noel Fielding, Omid Djalili, David Greig . . . and Geoffrey from Rainbow! Plus full coverage of art, clubs, dance, theatre, kids, gay and music.


We have an exclusive 2-for-1 Tennent’s Lager offer at T on the Fringe plus free Royal Bank 25 Nights for List readers to see Joanna MacGregor at the

Usher Hall on 5 August. TL Terry Gilliam is Lost in La Mancha and cusggflfiusocfimwncu

Toby Paterson is showing at the CCA.

You’ve got 15 days to live

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