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We Live by the Sea– Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

we live by the sea ed fringe cast

Reviewer: David Doyle Katy loves to tell stories, often about knights, princesses, and bravery, but this time, she’s telling her own story, and it’s an enchanting one. Katy is on the autism spectrum and often finds it difficult to connect with people including her sister Hannah who she lives with. Her only real friend is her imaginary dog, Paul Williams, ...

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I Got Superpowers For My Birthday– Summerhall, Edinburgh

Writer: Katie Douglas Director: George Perrin Reviewer: David Doyle It’s not easy being a teenager. Parents, school, and friends all make things more difficult, particularly when you’re throwing the best birthday party ever. So then just what would happen if on your thirteenth birthday you woke up and suddenly had superpowers? That’s what Fiona, William, and Ethan have to contend ...

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Yeti’s – Demon Dive Bar – Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

Yeti's Demon Dive Bar

Reviewer: David Doyle Yeti runs a dive bar and the audience has come along for a night of entertainment, which proves to be delightfully surreal if not always a resounding comedic success. Yeti is the MC for the night and the combination of the wonderful aesthetics of the character as well as a charming nature make her the most endearing ...

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Three – Summerhall, Edinburgh

Reviewer: David Doyle Three performers tell three tales, in which the number three is a constant factor. That’s the premise of Wrongsemble's Three, an adept alternative look at traditional fairy tales. The piece from Rose Bruford College has enough to entertain children while also having enough jokes to amuse their parents. It's a cleverly staged, well-told hour of theatre that ...

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No Horizon – Underbelly Med Quad, Edinburgh

Director: Louise Denison Writer: Andy Platt Reviewer: David Doyle Billed as the Yorkshire Les Miserables, No Horizon is a new musical from PCA about the extraordinary story of Yorkshireman Nicholas Saunderson. Having contracted smallpox as an infant, Nicholas grows up blind in Thurlstone in the 1680s. Before the invention of Braille, Saunderson’s prospects of education are next to none, something ...

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With over 3000 shows at the world's biggest arts festival, here at The ReviewsHub,we want to make the job of choosing your Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows that little bit easier. So here’s Ellis (GE) and Rose (RR) answering our annual Five Fast Fringe Questions. In one sentence tell us about your show. RR: A comedy double-act try to prove that ...

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