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Fringe 2018: Q&A with Red Bridge Arts on Is this a Dagger?

How would you describe your show in one sentence? Is This a Dagger? The Story of Macbeth – Award-winning performer and storyteller Andy Cannon, takes audiences on a thousand-year journey from fact to fiction and back again, cleverly weaving Shakespeare’s original language with his own storytelling style making this classic tale appealing for audiences young … Continued

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Fringe 2018: Q&A with Mamoru Iriguchi on EATEN

How would you describe your show in one sentence? Eaten is a really funny yet educational show about food, food chains and digestion, starring a big cuddly lion called Lionel McLion. Is this a new show or have you performed it elsewhere? We performed this show in many places including Edinburgh International Science Festival, Istanbul … Continued

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Fringe 2018: Q&A with Morna Burdon on Gie’s Peace

How would you describe your show in one sentence? A hopeful show using songs and stories to shine a light on ordinary and extraordinary women worldwide over many years who have found their own ways to take a stance against war. NB Gie’s Peace means Give Us Peace Is this a new show or have … Continued

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Fringe 2018: Q&A with The Scientific Romance Theatre Company on The Time Machine

How would you describe your show in one sentence? The Scientific Romance Theatre Company present HG Wells’ chilling classic -The Time Machine! Is this a new show or have you performed it elsewhere? This show had its world premiere in February at the SSC.  It then went on to tour Scotland and is due to … Continued

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Fringe 2018: Q&A with Puppet State Theatre Company on The Man Who Planted Trees

How would you describe your show in one sentence? An inspiring, comical, multi-sensory adaptation of Jean Giono’s classic environmental tale. Is this a new show or have you performed it elsewhere? We have been performing it for 13 years now and recently passed 1700 performances, appearing all over the UK and North America, with return … Continued

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Fringe 2018: Q&A with Alice Mary Cooper on Waves

Alice Mary Cooper talks to us about Waves, her one-woman show celebrating women who performed extraordinary feats before being forgotten in the mundane struggle to survive. How would you describe your show in one sentence? An inspiring, joyful, funny dip into the life of an incredible person/woman. Is this a new show or have you … Continued

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Fringe 2018: Q&A with Theatre Company Glas(s) Performance on OLD BOY

How would you describe your show in one sentence? OLD BOY is a show about grandfathers and grandsons and what men mean to each other in families. Is this a new show or have you performed it elsewhere? We have presented it once before at Platform in October 2017 as part of the Luminate Festival. … Continued

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Fringe 2018: Q&A with Zen Gwen on Mindful Disco

How would you describe your show in one sentence? Mindful Disco partners up Dance and Mindfulness, brings them on to the dance floor, to let the joy ignite. Is this a new show or have you performed it elsewhere? It’s a new dance event. What’s your favourite thing about the Fringe? We have lived in … Continued

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Fringe 2018: Q&A with Annie George on Twa

How would you describe your show in one sentence? Unique, hard-hitting, poetic and highly visual exploration of creative resistance and the different ways in which women are silenced. Is this a new show or have you performed it elsewhere? It’s a new show! Is this your first visit to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe? My eighth … Continued

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Fringe 2018: Q&A with TumbleDry Theatre

How would you describe your show in one sentence? Three stories from three classic writers that showcase the eerie, the disturbing and the tragic. Is this a new show or have you performed it elsewhere? We’ve performed it in quite a few places – the Bread and Roses, and the White Bear in London, as … Continued

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