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Ramin Gray: Completing the Bard
Ramin Gray: Completing the Bard

31 July 2014

“A writer reading ‘Hamlet’ for the first time is gradually losing his eyesight” says the show’s blurb. “As he realises he will never...

Nadia Brooks: Speaking about the words
Nadia Brooks: Speaking about the words

29 July 2014

Nadia Brooks is a ‘lexophile’ with a passion for rhyming, alliteration and entertaining words; and she’s coming to Edinburgh as the Lexicon Lady,...

Natasha Gilmore: Alternative perspectives
Natasha Gilmore: Alternative perspectives

28 July 2014

There are plenty of children’s shows at the Fringe which are actually as entertaining for grown ups, but what if the kid’s show...

Guy Retallack: A musical retelling of the 'thrill killers' crime
Guy Retallack: A musical retelling of the 'thrill killers' crime

26 July 2014

The true story of Leopold and Loeb, the so called ‘thrill killers’ of 1920s Chicago, has inspired several films and plays, perhaps most...

Zoe Lyons: Champion mustard cutter
Zoe Lyons: Champion mustard cutter

24 July 2014

Long-term ThreeWeeks favourite Zoe Lyons is back at the Fringe this year with a brand new show called ‘Mustard Cutter’, an hour of...

Lucy Benson-Brown: Cutting Off Kate Bush
Lucy Benson-Brown: Cutting Off Kate Bush

24 July 2014

“Cathy is having a crisis”, says the blurb. “And she's venting on YouTube through the medium of Kate Bush”. Well you gotta check...

Dan Schreiber: The idiot elf arrives at the Fringe
Dan Schreiber: The idiot elf arrives at the Fringe

23 July 2014

Dan Schreiber is one of the 'QI elves' to which Stephen Fry often refers on the popular BBC panel show, helping dig up...

Dan Clarkson: Another Potted Fringe show is elementary
Dan Clarkson: Another Potted Fringe show is elementary

22 July 2014

Beginning as a piece of street theatre in 2005, 'Potted Potter', condensing all seven of the Harry Potter books into just seventy minutes,...

Apphia Campbell: Voicing the inspiration of Simone
Apphia Campbell: Voicing the inspiration of Simone

21 July 2014

Inspired by the music and work of Nina Simone, and one particular event in the legendary singer’s life, Apphia Campbell conceived, wrote and...

Christeene: Enter the machine
Christeene: Enter the machine

17 July 2014

Flying in from Austin, Texas and taking over one of the Underbelly vaults this Fringe, ‘The Christeene Machine’ offers a “gender-blending booty-pounding perversion of...

Susan Calman: The lady like Fringe
Susan Calman: The lady like Fringe

13 July 2014

Her neighbours may call her "the mad cat lady", but round here Susan Calman is a ThreeWeeks favourite, back at the Fringe this year...

 

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  • Ramin Gray: Completing the Bard
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  • Nadia Brooks: Speaking about the words
  • Izzard to lead multinational comedy gala
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