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‘This Fringe-focused frolic has to be a win’: ED FRINGE: THE MUSICAL REVUE – Canal Cafe ★★★★

In Cabaret, Edinburgh Festival, London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Reviews by Debbie GilpinLeave a Comment

As a lover of the Fringe, Edinburgh and musicals, this show was made for me. For 55 minutes Emily Jane Kerr, Laura Hyde and James Witt sing and dance their way through Fringe related sketches all about the highs and lows of Edinburgh’s most famous (and crammed) month.

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NEWS: Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme for 2018 encourages audiences to leap ‘into the unknown’

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

The official 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme was launched today, inviting performers and audiences from across the globe to ‘leap into the unknown’ and embark on their very own Fringe adventure.






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NEWS: Musical version of Local Hero premieres in Edinburgh, transfers to Old Vic in 2019

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John Crowley will direct the world premiere of Local Hero, a stage adaptation of the 1983 film, co-written by David Greig and Bill Forsyth, with music and lyrics by Mark Knopfler. The premiere production, a collaboration between the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh and the Old Vic, will run in Edinburgh 23 March to 20 April 2019, then transferring to London in June (opening date tbc) for a run to 31 August 2019.






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NEWS: Applications open for Network of Independent Critics’ third year at Edinburgh Fringe

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The Network of Independent Critics, the brainchild of two outstanding bloggers in the My Theatre Mates collective, Katharine Kavanagh and Laura Kressly, ramps up for another Edinburgh Fringe. Applications are now open for this year’s festival. Well done, Katharine and Laura!