It’s that time of year again! Edinburgh Festival 2016 is about to start and we want to wish the best of luck to our brilliant clients who are taking part.
If you are up there, don’t miss:
EXACTLY LIKE YOU – written and performed by Lotte Rice
A girl wakes to find a strange man in her bed and spends the day piecing together what happened the night before. Lost in a lonely city, she summons one of the 20th Century’s most inspiring figures, Nina Simone.
Exactly Like You runs from the 4th -28th August at Underbelly, Cowgate (Venue 61) at 3:10pm
BRICKING IT – presented by Joanna Griffin
“Meet Pat, a 73-year-old Irish builder. Meet his daughter, Joanna, a 29 year-old writer/performer. They’ve swapped jobs and made a show about it. Comedy virgin Pat will learn how to be a comedian, while Joanna will build a stage for his first ever Edinburgh Fringe”
Bricking it runs from the 4th – 28th August at Cowgate at 5:30pm
EUROBEAT – MOLDOVA – Lighting designed by Mike Robertson
A glittering performance that sees Rula Lenska and Lee Latchford Evans take to the stage in this sequin-soaked celebration of Eurovision. Moldova hosts an entirely new contest for 10 countries. The audience holds the power by voting live to determine the winner at each high energy performance.
Eurobeat- Moldova runs from the 3rd – 29th August at Pleasance One at 9:45pm
DARKTALES – Lighting designed by Mike Robertson
Darktales is a horror-thriller and the scariest show at the Edinburgh Fringe festival. The play explored the myths and the stories that scare us at night. Lecturer in creative writing, Alex Crowley and past student Jack Langton confront each other by demonstrating the power of their writing styles and this slowly reveals a dark secret, leading to a terrifying conclusion.
Dark Tales runs from 3rd – 29th August at Pleasance One at 5:50pm.
Meanwhile, over at the Edinburgh International Festival, we have:
INTERIORS – Peter Kelly as Peter
A dinner marking the coming of spring is being held, filled with family, friends and happiness, this annual party is always a joyful occasion. But sadness soon spreads its way through the evening as a mysterious stranger appears outside the window. Secrets emerge and lies are exposed.
Interiors runs from the 5-8th August at The Lyceum