• Published: Aug 21st, 2011
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The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2011 #17 – Walking Down The Royal Mile

Time for the annual walk down the Royal Mile with the microphone on to find out who’s invaded the Fringe this year. Random, improvised, with little planning it’s the spirit and sounds, the sensations and showmanship on the greatest street in the Arts world. And some old friends and traditional jokes.

Walking Down The Royal Mile (2011 Edition)

So on and So Forth (Just the Tonic at The Caves)
The Tempest (theSpace on Niddrie Street)
Tokyo Game (Just the Tonic at The Caves)
What Goes Up (C Soco)
Pop Up (C)
Phtasmagoria (Spotlites at The Merchants Hall)
Iain Kendall (Zoo Roxy)
Declaring Colours (Busking)
Bristol Revunions (Just the Tonic at The Caves)
Aladdin (theSpaces at Surgeon’s Hall)
Squirrel Party (C Soco)
What It Feels Like (C Too)
Jen and the Jets (Busking)
Babushka (C Aquila)
Godspell (C Soco) 
Dirt (C ECA)
Diamond Dick (C Soco)
My Best Friend Drowned in a Swimming Pool (C Soco)
Dinner (C)
The Rainbow’s End (Zoo Southside)
Edinburgh Tonight (Space Cabaret at 54)

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 20th, 2011
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The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2011 #16 – The Sun, The Moon, and the Rolling Stone

Saturday night, and it’s time to do some theatre! Or comedy! Or sketch shows! Or magic! Or interpretive dance! Or mime! No matter what you’re looking for, the Edinburgh Fringe will be able to deliver this weekend. And while 2500 shows can’t be crammed into one podcast, we’ll do our best to give you a taste!

The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2011 #16 – The Sun, The Moon, and the Rolling Stone

Les Enfant Terribles
The Infant

Pleasance

Tom Stade
What Year Was That?

Pleasance

Kitty Cointreau
Bra-ha-ha

Just the Tonic at The Caves

The Stage’s critics choice today is The Adventure of Alvin Sputnik, and the iFringe recommendations are The Request Programme and Max and Ivan are Holmes and Watson.

Also featuring the shortlist in The Stage Awards for Acting Excellence, the second week of The Scotsman Fringe Firsts, So You Think Your Funny, and Künt and the Gang.

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 19th, 2011
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The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2011 #15 – Here to serve the Festival

Heading into the second full weekend, the weather is improving, and everyone is hitting their strides (and hoping there are some judges of the various awards in the crowds). Will the next few nights set up some shows for a huge glory run at the end of the Fringe? What I do know is there’s still a list a mile long of stuff I want to see and I’m running out of time…

The Edinburgh Fringe Show 2011 #15 – Here to serve the Festival

Kate Smurthwaite
News at Kate

Ciao Roma

Phil Nichol
The Simple Hour
The Stand
Somewhere Beneath It All, A Small Fire Burns Still
Gilded Balloon

Tiny Teapot Theatre
Wrens

Sweet Grassmarket

Today’s Critics Choices from The Stage is Anton’s Uncle, and the iFringe recommended shows are Fresher – The Musical and The Curse of Macbeth.

Also featuring The Scotsmans SYTYF Ticket competition, the Total Theatre Awards shortlist, and Steven McElroy’s NYT blog.

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).

To make sure you never miss the latest podcasts from the Edinburgh Fringe, why not subscribe to the Fringe Podcast in iTunes, or copy the RSS File into your favourite RSS application.

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