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Biding Time (Remix) – Summerhall, Edinburgh

Writers: Louise Quinn, Bal Cooke, Ben Harrison, Pippa Bailey Director: Ben Harrison Reviewer: Deborah Klayman Devised in response to Pippa Bailey’s global shared story project Biding Time,Biding Time (Remix)is a theatrical concept album that examines the realities of the cutthroat music industry and the expectations on women within it. Certainly stylish, and saturated with surreal sensibility, Louise Quinn portrays a ...

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EDINBURGH FRINGE PREVIEW: When It Rains

The Public Reviews had a chat to Anthony Black of 2b Theatre about his show When It Rains If you are a Fringe veteran what has been your experience of the Fringe in the past? We brought my one man show, Invisible Atom, to Edinburgh in 2010. We faced a lot of challenges: we were a late entry so we ...

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EDINBURGH FRINGE PREVIEW: The God That Comes

TPR caught up with Christian Barry of 2b Theatre Company to talk about the show The God That Comes which will be at Summerhall this Fringe. If you are a Fringe veteran what has been your experience of the Fringe in the past? We brought a show Invisible Atom at HillStreet Theatre in 2010.Everyone told us the most important thing ...

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Chalk About – Summerhall, Edinburgh

Devised by: Christine Devaney &Leandro Kees Reviewer: Michelle Haynes What makes people happy, sad, or angry and ultimately what makes people who they are, is something that is constantly explored throughout childhood and continues into later life. Curious Seed brings us an imaginative and playful way of discovering ourselves through dance, chalk drawings, chat and audience interaction, in their creative ...

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The Dispute – Summerhall, Edinburgh

Director and Writer: Emily Kempson Reviewer: Danielle Shields Imagine if you believed that you were the only human in the world only to come face-to-face with another being. How would you react? Based on Pierre de Marivaux’s erotic play,The Disputecontemplates this unnerving idea by using an experiment to discover which sex is more untrustworthy when it comes to love. Four ...

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EDINBURGH FRINGE PREVIEW: Wuthering Heights

Featuring high drama, romantic violence, a touch of Yorkshire bleakness and a few alternative endings, Peter McMaster's Wuthering Heights is an award-winning, all-male production. TPR talks to Peter about this innovative show. What has been your experience of the Fringe in the past? This isn't my first trip to the Fringe, I have participated as an audience member on many ...

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EDINBURGH FRINGE PREVIEW: I Do, Do I

How much power could you entrust in a group of children? Would you let them tell you what to wear or compose music for you to perform? Would you let them do anything they want? I Do, Do I is a series of Fluxus inspired musical scores written by children and performed by Greg Sinclair.TPR caught up with Greg to ...

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EDINBURGH FRINGE PREVIEW: Snoutology for Beginners

Bounding into the Demonstration Room at Summerhall this Fringe will be a couple of Cardiff’s cleverest canines: Professor White Fang and Dr Gary. Both accomplished dogs in their own right, they will present their acclaimed training seminarSnoutology for Beginners. The Public Reviews caught up with the team behind the canine academics ahead of the Fringe. Is this your first visit ...

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