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The dark side of #Edfringe: Loneliness, lack of sleep & depression

In Edinburgh Festival, Features, Opinion, Regional theatre, Scotland, Special Events by Daniel PerksLeave a Comment

It has been three weeks since I left the bubble that is Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 to return to the much larger bubble that is London. And ironically, the manic, fast-paced lifestyle of living in the capital is a relaxing break from the utter madness that was Edinburgh for the month of August.

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NEWS: University of Cape Town’s Edinburgh Fringe hit The Fall transfers to Royal Court

In Edinburgh Festival, Festivals, International, London theatre, Native, News, Plays, Press Releases, Quotes, Scotland by Press ReleasesLeave a Comment

Following a critically acclaimed run at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe the Royal Court Theatre presents the Baxter Theatre Centre at the University of Cape Town’s production of The Fall in the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs for a limited three-week run.






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Ten a penny? Three shows inspired by Shakespeare at #EdFringe

In Edinburgh Festival, Festivals, Opinion, Plays, Regional theatre, Reviews, Scotland by Laura KresslyLeave a Comment

In a festival that worships the new and the innovative, Shakespeare adaptations are surprisingly ten a penny at the fringe. Many are school groups, though there are some from professional companies in the mix. These are often adaptations or new work inspired by Shakespeare’s stories, characters or themes. Though more likely to be of higher […]