• Published: Aug 23rd, 2011
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The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2011 #19 – Day Tripper

What do you do when you want to travel? Take a day off from the Fringe? Find a postcard? Or whip out a strategically place microphone and sing a song. All our guests today went for those solutions (and more). To find out why, you’ll have to listen!

The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2011 #19 – Day Tripper

Keith Farnan
Money, Money, Money


Francesca Millicent-Slater
Me, Myself and Miss Gibbs

Hill Street Theatre

Edinburgh University Savoy Opera Group
Spring Awakening

Paradise in Augustine’s

The Stage’s critics choice today is Thirsty, and the iFringe recommendations are The Incredible Book-Eating Boy and The Ballad Of The Unbeatable Hearts.

Also featuring Mark Thomas: Extreme Rambling, Go Mr Tony Go, Edinburgh Film Festival date discussion, and where will the 2012 Black Shirts come from?

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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2 Responses to “The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2011 #19 – Day Tripper”

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