• Published: Aug 26th, 2015
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Edinburgh Fringe Show #19 – Wednesday 26th August

It was raining this morning. Really heavily, like it was Saturday night at the Edinburgh Fringe. But it wasn’t… it was Wednesday morning, so by the time we all woke up for another day in the Arts capital of the world… it was sunny again.

Right, to the studio!

Edinburgh Fringe Show #19 – Wednesday 26th August
with Ewan Spence and Nick Awde, featuring…

Rich Batsford
Classically Chilled Piano
The Space at Surgeons Hall

Ross Ericson
The Unknown Soldier
Spotlites

Chris Davis
Bortle 8 (The Counting House)
Violence of the Lambs (The Free Sisters)

Clare Plested
The Essential Collection
Ciao Roma

Broadway Baby’s most read reviews today are Matt Price: The Boy With Cake On His Face, and Wojtek The Happy Warrior. Read their reviews of countless Fringe shows at BroadwayBaby.com.

Our reviewer’s choices for today are Ian Smith: Whereabouts, and Da-Da-Darling. iFringe is the reviews app which helps you find the best of the Fringe on the move, download from iFringe.com.

With music from Gone Native.

There’s lots of ways to get in touch with me if you’ve been at the Fringe performing or watching. Email me on ewan@thepodcastcorner.com, 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.

  • Published: Aug 25th, 2015
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Edinburgh Fringe Show #18 – Tuesday 25th August

Flying solo in the studio (because Matt the cameraman is, well, a cameraman) but that’s never stopped anyone at the Fringe before!

Edinburgh Fringe Show #18 – Tuesday 25th August
with Ewan Spence, featuring…

Ditto Productions
Lazy Susan: Double Act
Pleasance

Ben Norris
The Hitch-Hikers Guide To The Family
Underbelly

Diane Chorley
Duchess of Canvey
Underbelly

Ronny Chieng
Chieng Reaction
Underbelly

 

Broadway Baby’s most read reviews today are Adam Riches is Coach Coach, and Bruce. Read their reviews of countless Fringe shows at BroadwayBaby.com.

Our reviewer’s choices for today are Captain Morgan and the Sands Of Time, and Macbeth. iFringe is the reviews app which helps you find the best of the Fringe on the move, download from iFringe.com.

With music from Daniel Smith, and Lorna Reid.

There’s lots of ways to get in touch with me if you’ve been at the Fringe performing or watching. Email me on ewan@thepodcastcorner.com, 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.

  • Published: Aug 24th, 2015
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Edinburgh Fringe Show #17 – Monday 24th August

Opening up week three of the Fringe with a sexually charged show on emotions and attitudes (and a bit of punk rock as well).

Edinburgh Fringe Show #17 – Monday 24th August
with Ewan Spence and Matilda Bradford, featuring…

Red Belly Black
Tumbling After
Space Triplex

Zik’r ft Karen Ruimy
Assembly George Square

Cameryn Moore
Smut Slam Cabaret
Sweet Grassmarket
Phone Whore
Sweet Grassmarket

Bebe & Luna
The Cabaret Farce
Momentum Venues St Stephens

Broadway Baby’s most read reviews today are Jo Caulfield: Awkward Conversations, and Cat Loud’s Big Night In. Read their reviews of countless Fringe shows at BroadwayBaby.com.

Our reviewer’s choices for today are Diary of a Madman, and Cherry Orchard: Beyond The Truth. iFringe is the reviews app which helps you find the best of the Fringe on the move, download from iFringe.com.

With music from John Otway.

There’s lots of ways to get in touch with me if you’ve been at the Fringe performing or watching. Email me on ewan@thepodcastcorner.com, 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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