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Felicity Ward: In the comedy ward
Felicity Ward: In the comedy ward

31 August 2010

ThreeWeeks Week One Guest Editor Brendon Burns chats with Felicity Ward. Felicity Ward makes me laugh. Go and see her. Do we need to...

Hartshorn And Hook: It takes two
Hartshorn And Hook: It takes two

31 August 2010

Edinburgh Fringe production duo Hartshorn and Hook chat to Tom Martin. Bounding over to my table, Louis Hartshorn apologises for the late start –...

Denise Black: The Fringe's loose woman
Denise Black: The Fringe's loose woman

31 August 2010

Probably best known for her role as temptress Denise Osbourne in 'Coronation Street', singer and actress Denise Black comes to Edinburgh to unleash...

Dave Hill: Big in Edinburgh
Dave Hill: Big in Edinburgh

31 August 2010

Brendon Burns chats to Dave Hill because he thinks he's great, and he sort of likes him. Could this be the start of...

Brett Dean: The festival’s finale will be bliss
Brett Dean: The festival’s finale will be bliss

31 August 2010

One of the stand out shows at the Edinburgh Festival this year opens right at the end of the city's festival month –...

Camille O’Sullivan: Glamour chameleon
Camille O’Sullivan: Glamour chameleon

31 August 2010

ThreeWeeks Week 2 Guest editor Pip Utton talks to Fringe singing star Camille O'Sullivan. PU: Is the new show very different from previous shows? COS:...

NoFit State Circus: Fringe circus from the nofit state
NoFit State Circus: Fringe circus from the nofit state

31 August 2010

There's been a lot of innovation in the circus genre in recent years, but few innovate as much as NoFit State. And that's...

Idiots Of Ants: Ants on deck
Idiots Of Ants: Ants on deck

31 August 2010

Three sell-out fringe shows, a 2009 Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination and millions of hits on Youtube; just a handful of the successes critically...

Karen Koren, Gilded Balloon: Flying high
Karen Koren, Gilded Balloon: Flying high

31 August 2010

Karen Koren, the founder of the Gilded Balloon, has a very cool office. Overlooking the New Town, the woman responsible for launching the...

John Burns: Burns and the beast
John Burns: Burns and the beast

31 August 2010

ThreeWeeks' Dave Fargnoli talks to John Burns about his one-man biography of occultist and magician Aleister Crowley. I'm sitting opposite the Wickedest Man In...

Pants On Fire Theatre: Time for a change
Pants On Fire Theatre: Time for a change

31 August 2010

Describing adulterous gods and vengeful goddesses, the romantic tragedies of Ovid's 'Metamorphoses' are seamlessly transposed to the 1940s by theatre company Pants On...

Jarred Christmas: Christmas Time comes early to Edinburgh
Jarred Christmas: Christmas Time comes early to Edinburgh

31 August 2010

Christchurch-born comedian Jarred Christmas talks to ThreeWeeks' Nick Pearce about fatherhood, Edinburgh, and culture clashes. NP: How has the stand-up been going so far? JC:...

Robert Inston: Two queens for the price of one
Robert Inston: Two queens for the price of one

31 August 2010

Actor Robert Inston on playing not one but two queens at the Edinburgh Fringe. CC: Tell us about the premise of 'Two Bloody Queens'. RI:...

Mervyn Stutter: Picking the Fringe
Mervyn Stutter: Picking the Fringe

31 August 2010

If you know the Festival, you’ll surely know of Editors’ Award winner Mervyn Stutter as one of the stalwarts, pillars, doyens of the...

Newbury Youth Theatre: Theatre with youth
Newbury Youth Theatre: Theatre with youth

31 August 2010

There are a fair few youth theatre groups that perform at the Edinburgh Fringe each year, but one stands out for consistently coming...

Hardeep Singh Kohli: Janey chats up Hardeep
Hardeep Singh Kohli: Janey chats up Hardeep

31 August 2010

Hardeep Singh Kohli is back at the Fringe cooking up both food and chat with his show 'Chat Masala'. Between servings, he found time...

Nicola Hazelton, Bedlam Theatre: You don't have to be mad to work here
Nicola Hazelton, Bedlam Theatre: You don't have to be mad to work here

31 August 2010

Notorious for its varied programming, cheap drinks and massive red doors, the Bedlam has for many years been a bastion of accessible and...

Something Relevant: Totally relevant
Something Relevant: Totally relevant

31 August 2010

ThreeWeeks Week 2 Guest editor Pip Utton talks to Mumbai rock band Something Relevant. PU: A Mumbai rock band on the Edinburgh fringe!? Why?...

Kevin Eldon: Titting about the fringe
Kevin Eldon: Titting about the fringe

31 August 2010

A man of many faces, and fluttering familiarity, Kevin Eldon expands his sights this year by debuting his first ever solo show in...

Eric: Ruling the seas, and now the land
Eric: Ruling the seas, and now the land

31 August 2010

ThreeWeeks' Chris Cooke chats to Editors' Award winning storyteller and stand-up Eric. As baptisms of fire go, it's about as fiery as you can...

Jennifer Coolidge: Yours for the fringe
Jennifer Coolidge: Yours for the fringe

31 August 2010

ThreeWeeks' Andy Malt caught up with Hollywood actress Jennifer Coolidge, ahead of her first Edinburgh show to discuss her move into stand-up. Having made...

Tara Flynn: What’s that noise?
Tara Flynn: What’s that noise?

31 August 2010

Don't worry, it's just our Week 3 Guest Editor Janey Godley giving Tara Flynn the third degree. The one time Nuala is back...

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  • Dan Clark: Brings him selfie back to the Fringe
  • Catriona Knox: Post-boom bloom
  • ThreeWeeks Podcast Edition 06: Week Two Extras
  • Letter To Edinburgh: Damian Sandys
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