Edinburgh

Interview: Rosie Wilby

Rosie Wilby, Comedian, performer and writer, is approaching the launch of her

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Waves by Alice Mary Cooper in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Waves portrays the imaginary origins of the Butterfly Stroke, in an homage to unsung female heroines of the 1900's.

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Q and A with Samantha Pressdee

As the Edinburgh Fringe fast approaches we're running a series of quick fire

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Interview: Birthday Girls

Birthday Girls are soon to head to Edinburgh with their latest show Sh!t Hot

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Q and A with Juliette Burton

As the Edinburgh Fringe fast approaches we're running a series of quick fire

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Interview: Penny Arcade

Interview: Helen Wood

Helen Wood is heading to Edinburgh with her show ‘What Kind of Fool Am I?

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Interview: Sally Lewis

Sally Lewis is the writer of 'How is Uncle John', which follows the story of

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Interview: Canon Warriors

Hannah Greenstreet’s latest piece Canon Warriors will be up in Edinburgh this

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THE RUBY DARLINGS - Cabaret Review at Edfringe

The wonderfully talented Ruby and Darling will definitely tempt even a virtuous girl like me to join their 50 minute journey into their darkest, sweetest secrets. Two wonderfully intelligent young women, joined by their shy pianist, delve into the perennial mysteries of the female soul with great tact, delicacy and delectation. Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015

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