• Published: Aug 30th, 2010
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The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2010 #25 – The Final Moments of the Fringe

So the last day of The Fringe dawns, and while shows are still running, there’s a lot of weary but happy performers (and podcasters!) to catch up with and find out how their Fringe has been this year. That and coverage from The Stage awards and it’s a packed final day here in Edinburgh.

Don’t forget to tune in for our last show, when I go over my Top Ten moments of the 2010 Fringe!

The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2010 #25 – The Final Moments of the Fringe

Frisky and Mannish
The College Years

Underbelly

Peter Buckley Hill
PBH’s Free Fringe

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The Stage
Awards for Acting Excellence 2010

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Rachael Sage
Stop Me if I’m Kvetching

C Cabaret

Today’s iFringe recommended show: Shadow Boxing.

Also featuring The Scotsman on Fringe ticket sales, Frank Chicken, Roadkill and Bound.

There’s lots of ways to get in touch with me if you’ve been at the Fringe performing or watching. Email me on ewanspence@gmail.com (I will read them all, it does take a few days this early in August to reply!), or on Twitter (@ewan).

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  • Published: Aug 29th, 2010
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The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2010 #24 – This Podcast Belongs to Lionel Richie

How high would you go to see a free gig? How about the very top of Arthur’s Seat, the extinct volcano that dominates the Edinburgh skyline? That’s what Lionel Ritchie was hoping for, in this year’s “This Belongs to Lionel Richie”.” I joined Lionel, the guests and the tech crew in the ascent to find out more…

The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2010 #24 – This Podcast Belongs to Lionel Ritchie

Rich Fulcher
An Evening with Eleanor, the Tour Whore

Underbelly

Jolie
Roger

Pleasance Dome

With thanks to Com Comedy.

Today’s iFringe recommended show: The Beta Males Picnic Presents…

Also featuring Russell Kane, Roisin Conaty, Bo Burnham, Arthur Smith, The Magnets, Cabaret Whore Encore, Henning Wehn, The Fragility of X, Tom Adams’ Can’t Come, Sticks Stones Broken Bones, Sex Idiot, White, Tabu, Roadkill, The Author and Ovid’s Metamorphoses.

Enjoyed the show, even if you weren’t in Edinburgh? Get in touch, ewanspence@gmail.com, or you can find me on Twitter (@Ewan).
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  • Published: Aug 28th, 2010
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The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2010 #23 – No Performer Left Behind

The end is in site, but there’s time for one last big push to get the crowds in for the weekend – if you haven’t already sold out. The final flurry of awards are being announced, but with three days still to go, the dying breath of the Fringe still has the same amount of time as festivals like Glastonbury, Download and Latitude!

The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2010 #23 – No Performer Left Behind

Asher Treleven
Secret Door

Pleasance Courtyard

Nilaja Sun
No Child…

Assembly George Street

Gemma Goggin
Get Laid or Die Trying

Gilded Balloon

The Rayguns
Set to Stun

Three Sisters

The Couch
Cabaret Voltaire

Today’s iFringe recommended show: Bec Hill Didn’t Want To Play Your Stupid Game Anyway.

Also featuring Karen Koren, Roadkill, Robert White, Stewart Lee and Bo Burnham.

And thanks also to Illegal Jacks South West Grill for being a wonderful host for Gemma’s Speed/Blind Date interview!

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