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Borders – Gilded Balloon Teviot, Edinburgh

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Writer: Henry Naylor Director: Michael Cabot Reviewer:  R. G. Balgray Two artists from two different worlds present Henry Naylor’s powerful play Borders at the Gilded Balloon Dining Room. One is the English Sebastian Nightingale, aspiring war photographer; the other is 'Nameless', a young Syrian girl painter. The play charts each’s progress. On a bare set, two stools the only props, ...

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Maddy Anholt: Rent Girl – Gilded Balloon Teviot, Edinburgh

Reviewer: Matt Farnham Maddy Anholt: Rent Girl,the follow-up show to 2015’s Diary of a Dating Addict,brings us back to Anholt’s arrival in the bright lights of London at the tender age of 17. From the moment she enters the stage she brings the brash confidence of the typical London party girl replete with dazzling gold shoes. Anholt then sets about ...

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Zoe Lyons: Little Misfit – Gilded Balloon Teviot, Edinburgh

Reviewer: Matt Farnham Little Misfit is the latest show in Zoe Lyons comedy arsenal and in it Lyons brings her energetic and frenetic style to the current blissful place she has reached in life. Now content with where she is and how life is treating her, Lyons sets about bringing her everyday thoughts and musings to the audience in a ...

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Frenchy: World’s Worst Adult – Gilded Balloon Teviot, Edinburgh

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Writer: Frenchy Reviewer: Fergus Morgan Ben French – alias ‘Frenchy’ – is one of a group of young Australian comics to have first found fame on social media, latterly using that popularity to carve out a career in stand-up. His 2015 Edinburgh show – his first at the Fringe – was a riotous, raucous hour of outrageously offensive jokes, hideously ...

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FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with…Kim Kinnie, director of HESS

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 Kim Kinnie, director of HESSanswering our annual Five Fast Fringe Questions. In one sentence tell us about your show. HESS is a fascinating, thought-provoking look at the nature ...

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In one sentence tell us about your show. Morro and Jasp Do Puberty is about two clown sisters who have reached the cusp of womanhood – something that Jasp longs for and Morro tries desperately to hide from – and neither quite get what they expect or want. What made you decide to bring a show this year? We have ...

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