• Published: Aug 23rd, 2017
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Edinburgh Fringe Show #19 – Wednesday 23rd August

Another day, another dose of overly-excited Ewan, another prescription of dry wit from Jon Jacob, and more guests from the Edinburgh Fringe. Don’t forget the official photographs from the live reordings can be found at VikkiClicks.com.

You can join us every weekday at the Fringe at 12 noon, in the Rose Theatre Basement (204 Rose Street). Free tickets are now available at any Fringe Ticket Office, online from the Gilded Balloon, or through the EdFringe website (although EdFringe.com does ask for a booking fee). Or listen online!

Edinburgh Fringe Show #19 – Wednesday 23rd August

Dylan Cole
Blank Tiles
Assembly George Square

Catriona Knox
Adorable Deplorable
Pleasance Dome

Jay Lafferty
Gilded Balloon at Rose Theatre

Donald Shaw
Scotland’s Wild Heart
Queen’s Hall

Our reviewer’s choices for today are The Great Ridolphi, and Circus Abbyssinia: Ethiopian Dreams. iFringe is the reviews app which helps you find the best of the Fringe on the move, download from iFringe.com.

Broadway Baby’s most read reviews today are Out Of The Blue, and Ella Enchanted. Read their reviews of countless Fringe shows at BroadwayBaby.com.

With music from PopFilter’s Fauxchella, James ‘Jaz’ Lambeth, and Donald Shaw & Friends.

You’re at the Fringe and you want to see if you can get in touch with the show? No problem! Email me on ewan@thepodcastcorner.com, or find me on Twitter for something more public (@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.

Free tickets are available to attend our live recordings at the Rose Theatre – first show is Monday 7th August, tickets available online through the EdFringe website or from the Box Office on 204 Rose Street.

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