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Bagpuss: When Camille met Bagpuss
Bagpuss: When Camille met Bagpuss

24 August 2011

Bagpuss, dear Bagpuss, old fat furry catpuss... is here at the Edinburgh Fringe this year, no doubt delighting swathes of parents, oh, and...

Amanda Palmer: A Fringe doll on the Edge
Amanda Palmer: A Fringe doll on the Edge

24 August 2011

ThreeWeeks favourite Amanda Palmer is one of those artists who, although usually booked to play just one night at Edinburgh’s Edge Festival each...

Natasha Gilmore: A conversation with Natasha
Natasha Gilmore: A conversation with Natasha

24 August 2011

Natasha Gilmore is the brains behind ‘A Conversation With Carmel’, a mixed genre piece featuring performances from an 83 year old and a...

Le Gateau Chocolat: A slice of Fringe cabaret
Le Gateau Chocolat: A slice of Fringe cabaret

24 August 2011

He’s a star of La Clique, he’s played the Royal Albert Hall, and he used to be head boy when he was at...

Tim Key: When Camille met Tim
Tim Key: When Camille met Tim

24 August 2011

Tim Key has been a ThreeWeeks favourite for years. So we were all delighted that this week’s Guest Editor Camille O’ Sullivan decided to...

Brett Goldstein: Fawlty Towers with tits - growing up in a strip club
Brett Goldstein: Fawlty Towers with tits - growing up in a strip club

24 August 2011

Festival veteran Brett Goldstein is back in Edinburgh to tell the general public all about his time running a strip club in Marbella....

Adam Riches: The Riches of character comedy
Adam Riches: The Riches of character comedy

24 August 2011

One of the Fringe’s favourite character comedians, Adam Riches has been garnering award nominations and four and five star reviews all over the...

Charles Pamment: Spaces filled with fringe goodness
Charles Pamment: Spaces filled with fringe goodness

24 August 2011

Charles Pamment first ran Venue 45, one of the original Fringe venues, during August 1995. He now heads up one of the Festival’s biggest...

Beardyman: Two nights on the Fringe
Beardyman: Two nights on the Fringe

24 August 2011

He may only be in town for two nights, but as he prepared for performance number one we still managed to grab some...

The List Operators: Kids and compooters
The List Operators: Kids and compooters

19 August 2011

Matt Kelly and Richard Higgins are also known as The List Operators, and took the kids’ section by storm last year with their...

Lucy Perman: A clean break at the Fringe
Lucy Perman: A clean break at the Fringe

19 August 2011

Clean Break are a particularly interesting theatre and education company, and this August they return to the Fringe after a break of many...

Glenn Wool: When Andrew met Glenn
Glenn Wool: When Andrew met Glenn

18 August 2011

Guest Editor Andrew Maxwell interviews – well, more gossips with, really – Fringe legend Glenn Wool. AM: Hello Glenn Wool. My name’s Andrew Maxwell...

Sammy J: When Andrew met Sammy
Sammy J: When Andrew met Sammy

18 August 2011

ThreeWeeks guest editor Andrew Maxwell talks to Sammy J about working in comedy, the benefits of Edinburgh, and a foul-mouthed purple puppet. AM: So...

Idil Sukan: The Edinburgh Fringe through a lens
Idil Sukan: The Edinburgh Fringe through a lens

18 August 2011

Idil Sukan has been knocking around the Festival for the last 200 years, and done almost every Fringe job known to man; hell,...

Paul Nathan: Harrassing children at the Fringe sells tickets
Paul Nathan: Harrassing children at the Fringe sells tickets

12 August 2011

Last year, our reviewer was totally impressed by ‘The I Hate Children Children’s Show’, and one of ThreeWeeks’ editors was a bit gutted...

Fork: Have some Pink Noise
Fork: Have some Pink Noise

12 August 2011

Fork are an a a capella ensemble from Finland that look set to take Edinburgh (and the world...?) by storm. We tipped them...

Peters Productions: An interview with words
Peters Productions: An interview with words

11 August 2011

Following successful runs at the Durham Drama Festival, and at the Old Red Lion Theatre in London, ‘A World Without Words’ has arrived...

Barry Cryer: When Richard met Barry
Barry Cryer: When Richard met Barry

11 August 2011

Does Barry Cryer need an introduction? He’s a familiar face from TV, a familiar voice from the radio, and he’s written comedy for...

Anthony Rapp: On the Shakespeare Fringe... in 3D
Anthony Rapp: On the Shakespeare Fringe... in 3D

11 August 2011

Anthony Rapp is your genuine ‘Broadway type’, having risen to fame as the star of the original run of ‘Rent’, and reprised the...

Ben Divall, Elizabeth Guest & Johnathan Mills: Festival heirlooms lead cultural interchange
Ben Divall, Elizabeth Guest & Johnathan Mills: Festival heirlooms lead cultural interchange

5 August 2011

Perhaps the most visual representation of the theme that runs throughout the Edinburgh International Festival this year will be found in the Dovecot...

James Cowden: Right on the Spotlites
James Cowden: Right on the Spotlites

5 August 2011

Every year the team from Spotlites take over Merchants' Hall on Hanover Street, offering up a mix of theatre, comedy and other entertainment....

Nick Pynn: People call it avante folk
Nick Pynn: People call it avante folk

5 August 2011

Festival veteran Nick Pynn is one of those extra special Fringe acts. Which will be why we gave him a ThreeWeeks Award, even...

Luca Silvestrini: Dance where you LOL
Luca Silvestrini: Dance where you LOL

5 August 2011

Luca Silvestrini is the artistic force behind renowned dance company Protein Dance, who are bringing their latest show 'LOL' to the Edinburgh Fringe...

Charlie Baker: And the wedding band play
Charlie Baker: And the wedding band play

5 August 2011

What's great about the Fringe is when people use it to try their hands at something new. Stand-up Charlie Baker is no stranger to...

Dusty Limits: Cabaret with out limits
Dusty Limits: Cabaret with out limits

4 August 2011

"There is a great pleasure in taking a banal or pretentious pop song and making it into something nasty and twisted", says Dusty...

Lorraine Chase: For tonight, Joe will interview Lorraine
Lorraine Chase: For tonight, Joe will interview Lorraine

18 July 2011

Edinburgh Tonight, the Fringe's own chat show, hosted by Joe Simmons, one half of 'Topping & Butch', will return this August, again throwing...

Terry Alderton: Voices, silliness and pratting around
Terry Alderton: Voices, silliness and pratting around

28 June 2011

2010 ThreeWeeks Editors' Award winner Terry Alderton is a real favourite with our reviewers, but we're not the only ones that like him,...

Theatre Ninjas: The app is back
Theatre Ninjas: The app is back

19 June 2011

At last year's Edinburgh Festival those fashionable apps were everywhere you looked, as smartphone ownership became the norm. But the one that stood...

Rosie Wilby: The accidental comedian
Rosie Wilby: The accidental comedian

10 June 2011

Rosie Wilby has become a bit of a ThreeWeeks favourite in recent years, charming our reviewers with her shows 'I Am Nesia' and...

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  • Bridget Christie wins Edinburgh Comedy Award
  • ThreeWeeks Editors’ Awards presented
  • Edition 11: ThreeWeeks Podcast Best Of The Extras
  • Mary Paulson-Ellis & Audrey Grant: Exploring artists and their materials
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