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Fringe [Aug. 14th, 2008|05:04 pm]
Douglas Spencer
I'm at the Edinburgh Fringe for a few days. By the time I leave the city in a few hours time, I will have seen the following:
  • Mon 19:30 Richard Herring "The Headmaster's Son"
  • Mon 22:40 Ian Stone "Where's the Down?"
  • Tue 14:10 "On the Island of Aars"
  • Tue 18:15 Tim Vine "Punslinger"
  • Tue 19:40 Jerry Sadowitz "Comediam, Magician, Psychopath"
  • Wed 13:30 Madira Murray "The British Ambassador's Belly Dancer"
  • Wed 15:40 Tim FitzHigham "Flanders and Swann: At the Drop of a Hippopotamus"
  • Wed 18:00 Tim FitzHigham "The Bard's Fool"
  • Wed 21:10 Carey Marx "Careyness"
  • Thu 13:05 Rich Hall "Fifty-Cent Words"
  • Thu 14:40 Andy Zaltzman "Boldly Unbuttons the Cloak of Civilisation"
  • Thu 17:30 Lynn Ferguson "The Plan"
  • Thu 20:00 Bill Bailey "Tinselworm"

Golly.
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[User Picture]From: frandowdsofa
2008-08-14 04:41 pm (UTC)
Coo.
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[User Picture]From: surliminal
2008-08-14 07:31 pm (UTC)
Thassnothing!!!!:-)
I loved Rich Hall today :)
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[User Picture]From: snowking
2008-08-14 06:06 pm (UTC)
Busy! Any recommendations in particular?
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[User Picture]From: dougs
2008-08-15 10:37 pm (UTC)
Normally I'd recommend Bill Bailey, but he was only doing one night.

If you only have time to see one of the above, make it "On the Island of Aars", which was quite excellent.

Most other things will be a matter of taste -- I'd be very pleased to go to another show from Tim FitzHigham, great if you like the exploits of eccentric Englishmen... and otherwise, I'd look around for unfamiliar stuff with entertaining titles.
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