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Rose McGowan: Planet 9 – Assembly Hall, Edinburgh

Writer: Rose McGowan Insightfully, this is a wholly different Rose McGowan than perhaps one may envision from the media. Preconceptions about Planet 9 will be rife, this is not an in-depth examination of #MeToo culture, nor a ‘tell-all tale’ which the jackals may pounce towards. Instead, it’s an open, free moving event where McGowan encourages meditation. An accompanying album to ...

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Islander: A New Musical – Summerhall Roundabout, Edinburgh

Direction and Concept by Amy Draper Book by Stewart Melton Music and Lyrics by Finn Anderson Reviewer: Dominic Corr A thin veil attempts to cover the line between reality and folklore; stories had to come from somewhere after all. Staring out into the sea, Eilidh dreams of the mainland, her mother and being away from isolation. When the tide washes ...

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Bromance – Underbelly Circus Hub, Edinburgh

Reviewer: Rachael Hickman Barely Methodical troupe return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with their show Bromance, a show that that debuted in 2014. Beren D’Amico, Charlie Wheeller and Louis Gift, the trio of circus school graduates explore the notion of masculinity and the dynamics of friendship between men. The sold-out opening night in the Underbelly’s new Circus Hub was a ...

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ED FRINGE BLOG: Fame Costs … with Barry Church-Woods

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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