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INTERVIEW: Joe Layton bares all (almost) for Edinburgh

Up-and-coming TV actor Joe Layton is stepping from in front of the camera and co-producing and performing for the first time at the Edinburgh Fringe, where he plays a male stripper in Partial Nudity. The Tatau star took time out of rehearsals, gym sessions and self-tanning to speak to Paul Couch. The first thing you notice straight away about actor ...

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ED FRINGE BLOG: Fame Costs with Deanna Fleysher

In this series of brief interviews, cruise ship worker, wannabe performer and celebrity stalker Lance talks about fame with the boldest and brightest names at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Lance also hosts his un-famous chat show “Late with Lance!” every day at 2:30pm at the Counting House. Fame may cost, but the show and this blog are free. www.LanceShow.com Hi ...

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NEWS: Traverse Theatre launches 2015 Fringe programme

The Traverse Theatre features a 20-strong programme of theatre, dance and thought-provoking performance for this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The diverse programme, which features a 10thanniversary revival of Tim Crouch’s An Oak Tree, which is set to be performed in Traverse 1 by Crouch and a series of other actors in this two-part play’s run. Lucas Hnath’s The Christians, directed ...

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An American’s Guide to Being Like, Totally British – George Next Door, Edinburgh

Writer: Alexis Weironiey Reviewer: Mark McCulloch An American’s Guide to Being Like Totally Britishis the comedic real-life story of Alexis Weironiey’s journey towards British citizenship. The bubbly, charismatic host guides her audience on an hour long show full of witty tales, life experiences and comparisons between British and American culture. Weironiey begins her tale with what annoys her most: being ...

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Making News – Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

Writers: Robert Khan and Tom Salinsky Reviewer: Marina Spark [Rating:3] Making News is the second play from Coalition writers Robert Khan and Tom Salinsky and sets itself in a BBC news room. On her first day as newly appointed acting Head of Department, Rachel Clarke, played by Suki Webster, finds herself facing the potentially career destroying decision whether or not ...

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The Islanders – Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh

Writer: Amy Mason Music: Eddie Argos Additional Music: Jim Moray Reviewer: Hannah Rowlands [Rating:4.5] If you were a teenager in the nineties, the world of The Islanders will be familiar to you. A time when digital watches were cutting edge, making mixtapes was the meaning of true love and you shopped at second hand shops, not vintage stores. It’s this ...

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