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Paul Dabek: Look at Me! – La Belle Angele, Edinburgh

Reviewer:Mel Duncan Paul Dabek is a seasoned Fringe favourite, and a quick audience poll taken by him during the course of the performance flags up the first timers, stumbling in to chance their arm at a PBH free fringe event; audience returning for consecutive nights, bringing friends to witness the magic man and a whole host of locals returning to ...

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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 Matt Winning answering our annual Five Fast Fringe Questions. In one sentence tell us about your show. It’s a show within a show about a distant relative of ...

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ED FRINGE BLOG: Fame Costs with Dandy Darkly

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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Sooz Kempner: Defying Gravity – Fingers Piano Bar, Edinburgh

Reviewer: John Roberts Funny Women Variety Award Winner and 2010 Musical Comedy Newcomer winner Sooz Kempner arrives at the fringe for this first time and has the added pressure of her big brother’s success with The Only Way is Downtown at The Pleasance (you can’t see it, it’s sold out so you might as well save your £ and see ...

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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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Operation Love Story – PBH Free Fringe at La Tasca, Edinburgh

Writer: Jennifer Williams Director: Marie Rabe Reviewer: John Roberts [Rating:3.5] Operation Love Story is true, we get told that from the start, it’s important that we know that, as we’re told some shows are fake, some true, some a mixture of both, this is the story of Jennifer Williams, and her mission to help two people come together, this is ...

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