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With time being precious during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe we challenged this year’s acts to deliver a 50-word elevator pitch for their show. This time it’s the turn of…Konstantin Kisin

Your pitch:



Orwell That Ends Well is a show about the erosion of freedom of expression as modern society breeds more and more sacred cows. A descendant of Soviet dissidents, Konstantin Kisin carefully walks the line between offence and comedy as he explores the limits of our freedom in his debut show.


What other show shouldn’t we miss? Chris McGlade’s Forgiveness



Name of your show: Konstantin Kisin: Orwell That Ends Well
Venue: Gilded Balloon Teviot, (Wee Room)


Dates: 31 July 12 – 26 Aug (not 13)
Time: 21:15



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The Scotland team is under the editorship of Lauren Humphreys. The Reviews Hub was set up in 2007. We aim to review all professional types of theatre, whether that be Commercial, Repertory or Fringe as well as Comedy, Music, Gigs etc.

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