Edinburgh Festival

Theatre review: MÉnage

Edinburgh Festival Fringe theatre review: MÉnage, reviewed by The Scotsman’s Joyce McMillan. ★★★ At the George Square box office, they hand you an envelope containing a message: it tells you where to go – just around the corner – and asks you, when you get there, to call a mobile number. The voice that answers …

Theatre review: MÉnage

Edinburgh Festival Fringe theatre review: MÉnage, reviewed by The Scotsman’s Joyce McMillan. ★★★ At the George Square box office, they hand you an envelope containing a message: it tells you where to go – just around the corner – and asks you, when you get there, to call a mobile number. The voice that answers …

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August 21, 2015

Theatre review: A+E

Edinburgh Festival Fringe theatre review: A+E, reviewed by The Scotsman’s Susan Mansfield. ★★★ A girl falls – or jumps – from a roof at a party. Now Georgie, Ava and Alexa are thrown together in A&E, sobering up fast and waiting to find out what will happen to Robyn. As the hours tick by in …

Theatre review: A+E

Edinburgh Festival Fringe theatre review: A+E, reviewed by The Scotsman’s Susan Mansfield. ★★★ A girl falls – or jumps – from a roof at a party. Now Georgie, Ava and Alexa are thrown together in A&E, sobering up fast and waiting to find out what will happen to Robyn. As the hours tick by in …

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August 14, 2015

Vladmir McTavish & Keir McAllister: ‘Politicians are fair game, but not Lulu’

Vladmir McTavish and Keir McAllister discuss referendum-themed shows and a mixed audience at the Fringe with WOW247’s Matthew Dunne-Miles.   The Scottish comedians are currently presenting their independence panel show Aye Right? How No? and feel that a range of comedians and opinions on independence are the real selling point: “They’re a lot of Scottish comedians …

Alex Edelman: ‘You can’t really sum up Millienials’

Alex Edelman talks to WOW247’s Matthew Dunne-Miles about the meaning of Millennials and suitably-named comedy venues Edelman’s show examines the subject of the ‘Millennial’ – an American buzzword referring to the 18-30 demographic, but despite fitting in to that group, the comedian doesn’t believe he’s a suitable spokesperson for his generation: “I don’t think so …

Stephen Bailey: ‘If you want to chase your ex with a frying pan, go ahead’

Comedian Stephen Bailey talks to WOW247’s Matthew Dunne-Miles about post-breakup text messages and advice for the broken hearted. Stephen’s show deals with the post-heartbreak emotions and the often crazy behaviour that can follow, and he’s found that audiences have invested in the story: “Everyone’s been getting really involved and they tweet me their own crazy …

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