The Fringe

I’m enjoying the little bit of time I’ve been getting to spend in Edinburgh this week, and making the most of it by catching a few shows.

Poverty Monologues: Great show that I’ve been doing some promotional work for. It’s a series of monologues based on conversations Platform2 volunteers have had while living & working in remote communities in Ghana, South Africa, India and Peru. I was genuinely really impressed with this show… it’s running until Saturday in Venue 45.

Tomb To Womb: Saw this today when I finished work. Interesting concept, but didn’t quite fill out some of the story areas I’d have liked. That said, I’m no theatre critic… there was a cool dance piece at the end too though.

Scribble: I’m going to see this tonight with a friend. It’s being put on by Urban Poets, and intrigues me greatly…

Anyone else discovered any hidden gems in this years Fringe?



"Ultimately, movement is only as valuable as your commitment to stillness, and vice versa."

Pico Iyer

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