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EdFringe REVIEW: Zumba Gold
Posted 11 months ago

EdFringe REVIEW: Zumba Gold

Zumba Gold Pleasance Courtyard Get Tickets Here Zumba Gold is a low intensity dance class designed for beginners and older people. For ten long years, Cathy Campbell has worked as a Zumba Gold dance teacher, twice a week at the local Deenside Leisure Centre. Cathy has unfulfilled dreams. She’s a performer in search of an […]

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EdFringe REVIEW:  Magical Bones: Live and Direct
Posted 11 months ago

EdFringe REVIEW: Magical Bones: Live and Direct

Magical Bones: Live and Direct Underbelly George Square Get Tickets Here The show kicks off with a Britain’s Got Talent montage. I don’t know if BGT finalists are contractually obliged to do this, but it’s unnecessary and falls flat. The audience is either here because of the magician’s acclaimed appearances on the ITV show, or […]

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EdFringe REVIEW: Paul Currie – TEET
Posted 11 months ago

EdFringe REVIEW: Paul Currie – TEET

Paul Currie – TEET The Hive, Big Cave Get Tickets Here According to Muppet Wiki Paul Currie is a puppeteer, street performer and stand up comedian most notable for playing the lead Muppet, Potto on Sesame Tree, the Sesame Street spin-off that aired on BBC2 and CBeebies in the UK. According to The Skinny, Currie […]

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EdFringe REVIEW: Leo Kearse – Cancel Culture
Posted 11 months ago

EdFringe REVIEW: Leo Kearse – Cancel Culture

Leo Kearse – Cancel Culture Laughing Horse @ The Free Sisters – Maggie’s Chamber   Get Tickets Here When Guto Harri took the knee on GB News, live on air, viewers were so outraged that the presenter was suspended. The fledgling station’s management said that Hari’s actions were “an unacceptable breach of our standards”. So […]

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EdFringe REVIEW: This is Not a Subject For Comedy
Posted 11 months ago

EdFringe REVIEW: This is Not a Subject For Comedy

This is Not a Subject For Comedy Laughing Horse @ The Counting House Lounge Get Tickets Here “What you have to understand ladies and gentlemen, is that Jerusalem is very important to the Jews. Don’t get me wrong, I know it’s important to other religions as well, but the Muslims, they got Mecca. The Catholics, […]

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EdFringe REVIEW: Bromance
Posted 11 months ago

EdFringe REVIEW: Bromance

Bromance The Assembly George Square Gardens – Spiegeltent Palais Du Variete Get Tickets Here   A fresh remix of dance, circus and sketch comedy, Barely Methodical Troupe’s BROMANCE is an intelligent, witty exploration of awkward (miss)connections between three young men. Created by Beren D’Amico, Louis Gift and Charlie Wheeller, in collaboration with Director Eddie Kay, […]

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Save Live Comedy
Posted 1 year ago

Save Live Comedy

Comedy fans are encouraged to support the #SaveLiveComedy fund. The fund gives out hardship grants for those most in need in live comedy: from comics to promoters, technicians to tour managers. So far they have raised around £50,000 – but much more is needed. For more info and to Donate

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Jenny Eclair’s Tour Moved to September 2021
Posted 1 year ago

Jenny Eclair’s Tour Moved to September 2021

Jenny Eclair has been forced to postpone her Sixty! (FFS) tour due to the Covid-19 pandemic. She now hopes to kick off at Leicester’s  Y Theatre on September 2, 2021. Visit The Y Jenny said, “I’m so sorry to be mucking you around again, but we can’t tour this show until it’s safe for you, […]

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Fringe 2021: Show registration set to open in May.
Posted 1 year ago

Fringe 2021: Show registration set to open in May.

The Edinburgh Fringe society are planning for a 2021 Fringe, releasing the following statement today, 14th April; We are pleased to announce that show registration for Fringe 2021 will open on Wednesday 05 May. Artists and venues will be able to register Fringe shows right up until the end of the festival. The Fringe’s world-class […]

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