Podcast Extras: Tongue Fu
Podcast Extras: Tongue Fu

Interview with Chris Redmond from Tongue Fu about his spoken word late show. Includes clips...

John Hinton: More than just a theory - Einstein in Edinburgh
John Hinton: More than just a theory - Einstein in Edinburgh

Edinburgh’s Science Festival may be in April, but a little bit of scientific fun can...

The Wrong Crowd: Folklore on the Fringe
The Wrong Crowd: Folklore on the Fringe

ThreeWeeks’ Tom Bragg meets the company behind Baba Yaga based show ‘Hag’. Baba Yaga is an...

Mary Paulson-Ellis & Audrey Grant: Exploring artists and their materials
Mary Paulson-Ellis & Audrey Grant: Exploring artists and their materials

Ruffled Russell is the creation of writer Mary Paulson-Ellis and painter Audrey Grant, who -...

Orange Tree Productions: Cultures collide between the empires
Orange Tree Productions: Cultures collide between the empires

 “West End material – touching, beautiful and exploding with life and vibrance”, said our reviewer...

Podcast Extras: Suman Biswas
Podcast Extras: Suman Biswas

Suman Biswas gives us an interview and comedy song from his show 'Suman Biswas: Still...

Kuopio Town Theatre: A Mammoth Fringe Finnish
Kuopio Town Theatre: A Mammoth Fringe Finnish

Presented as part of a great initiative run by the Finnish Ministry Of Education And...

Birthday Girls: Happy Birthday to you… for in fifty years time
Birthday Girls: Happy Birthday to you… for in fifty years time

You may well have come across Beattie Edmondson, Rose Johnson and Camille Ucan before as...

Familia de la Noche: Very possibly the greatest liars of all the Festival
Familia de la Noche: Very possibly the greatest liars of all the Festival

‘The Greatest Liar In All The World’ is a dark sequel to the story of...

Matt Okine: Toasting an Edinburgh newcomer
Matt Okine: Toasting an Edinburgh newcomer

Having been declared Best Newcomer at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival last year, Matt Okine has...

Dean Friedman & JD Henshaw: Musical fun that’s silly and smelly
Dean Friedman & JD Henshaw: Musical fun that’s silly and smelly

Dean Friedman is a long-term Fringe favourite in the festival’s music programme, but this year...

Tomás Ford: Electric Fringe cabaret… at midnight
Tomás Ford: Electric Fringe cabaret… at midnight

Having built a following back in Australia, Tomás Ford arrived at the Edinburgh Fringe for...

Podcast Extras: The God Particle
Podcast Extras: The God Particle

Performance and interview with Abby Guinness and Ruben Crow from 'The God Particle' about quantum...

Podcast Extras: Burton's Last Call
Podcast Extras: Burton's Last Call

Performance and interview with George Telfer from the show 'Burton's Last Call' about the roller...

Will Franken: Edinburgh benefits
Will Franken: Edinburgh benefits

"Part character comedy, part one-man sketch show, Franken is an arresting and devastating stage presence"...

Diane Spencer: Hurricane warning
Diane Spencer: Hurricane warning

'Hurricane Diane' has hit the Fringe, as Diane Spencer takes to the stage each day...

Hungry Bitches: Hipsters beware
Hungry Bitches: Hipsters beware

The Hungry Bitches are back at theSpace @ Symposium Hall with a show first performed...

Die Roten Punkte: Art rock cabaret
Die Roten Punkte: Art rock cabaret

Meine Damen und Herren, the cabaret Fringe has some serious indie credentials this year, as...

The Real MacGuffins: Big in Israel (allegedly)
The Real MacGuffins: Big in Israel (allegedly)

We loved The Real MacGuffins' show at Festival 2011, but then last summer, with those...

The Paper Birds: Perspectives through the ages
The Paper Birds: Perspectives through the ages

As they celebrate their ten year anniversary, The Paper Birds have become quite a mature...

 
ThreeWeeks Editor’s Letter: Week Three edition is out!
ThreeWeeks Editor’s Letter: Week Three edition is out!

So, with our Week Three edition now on the streets, this is traditionally the point...

Jack McNamara: Top Five films to never take to the stage
Jack McNamara: Top Five films to never take to the stage

There are a number of plays on at the Fringe this year adapted from movies....

Marsha Shandur: Getting serious about writing funny
Marsha Shandur: Getting serious about writing funny

Marsha Shandur spoke to more comedians than it’s possibly safe to do so for her...

Letter to Edinburgh: The Axis Of Awesome's Lee Naimo
Letter to Edinburgh: The Axis Of Awesome's Lee Naimo

Regular faces from Festivals past, but not here this year, address the Fringe community. This...

Luke Wright: Fringe Poesy 3
Luke Wright: Fringe Poesy 3

Fringe favourite Luke Wright entertains you, the ThreeWeeks reader, with a weekly poem for Festival...

Mary Bourke: Opening the Muffragette Hall Of Fame
Mary Bourke: Opening the Muffragette Hall Of Fame

There's a refreshing amount of comedy focused on and championing the feminist cause at the...

The Maydays: The ten best (and worst) confessions
The Maydays: The ten best (and worst) confessions

Improv group The Maydays' show 'Confessions' always begins with, well, confessions. From the audience that...

Chris Stokes: Telling it like it possibly could potentially might be
Chris Stokes: Telling it like it possibly could potentially might be

At this year's Fringe, Chris Stokes is telling it like it possibly could potentially might...

Benny Davis: A Playlist
Benny Davis: A Playlist

So, let's team up once again with our sister media CMU for an Edinburgh Festival-themed...

ThreeWeeks Editor’s Letter: Week Two edition is out!
ThreeWeeks Editor’s Letter: Week Two edition is out!

And so it's Wednesday again, which means yet another Weekly Edition of ThreeWeeks hit the...

Keith Farnan: Top Five Fears
Keith Farnan: Top Five Fears

While the Urban Fox Theatre Company considers fear in the Festival's theatre programme this year,...

Letter To Edinburgh: Asher Treleaven
Letter To Edinburgh: Asher Treleaven

Regular faces from Festivals past, but who are not here this year, send a letter...

David Morgan: What makes someone beautiful?
David Morgan: What makes someone beautiful?

"David Morgan wishes he was pretty" says the programme blurb. Well his show is pretty....

Luke Wright: Fringe Poesy 2
Luke Wright: Fringe Poesy 2

Fringe favourite Luke Wright entertains you, the ThreeWeeks reader, with a weekly poem for Festival...

Lili la Scala: Easy vintage at the Fringe? No such Thinge!
Lili la Scala: Easy vintage at the Fringe? No such Thinge!

If you are performing at the Fringe, you need to look the part. And we...

Rhys Mathewson: The last £10 you have to spend
Rhys Mathewson: The last £10 you have to spend

So, it's half way through the Fringe, you've got just ten pounds left to your...

I Am Bev: And this is my Edinburgh...
I Am Bev: And this is my Edinburgh...

Newly appointed Fringe superstar Beverley - star of Eleanor Thom's show 'I Am Bev' - may be...

Tim FitzHigham: Three week challenges
Tim FitzHigham: Three week challenges

Fringe legend Tim FitzHigham has been on many journeys and set himself many challenging tasks...

Brett Goldstein: Contains themes of an adult nature
Brett Goldstein: Contains themes of an adult nature

Brett Goldstein takes on pornography in his latest Fringe show, not particularly as part of...

Edinburgh International Festival: A Playlist
Edinburgh International Festival: A Playlist

All this week our sister media, music business website CMU, has been exploring the musical...

 

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