• Published: Aug 15th, 2014
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Edinburgh Fringe Show #14 – Friday 15th August

Coming up for another big weekend at the Fringe, and still ten days to go at the greatest arts Festival on the planet!

Edinburgh Fringe Show #14 – Friday 15th August

Richard Marsh
Wingman
Pleasance

The Sun Apparatus
Unprescribed
Greenside @ Nicholson Square

Ed Hamell
The Happiest Man In The World
Assembly Festival

Broadway Baby’s most read reviews today are The Pure, The Dead, And The Brilliant, and Patrick Monahan: Adventures In Monahanland. Read their reviews of countless Fringe shows at BroadwayBaby.com.

Our critics choices for today are The Duck Pond, and The Beta Males: Happenstance. Let the iFringe smartphone application guide you round the Fringe no matter where you are in Edinburgh, download from iFringe.com.

With music from The Perch Creek Family Jug Band, and Barluath.

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  • Published: Jul 19th, 2010
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The Best of The Fringe Podcast: Ed Hamell on Trial

It’s always interesting to look back and think of how a world shapes someone;s act at the Edinburgh Fringe. American performer Ed Hamell brought his one-man show on terrorism to Scotland’s capital in 2007 – a time which of course was long before a certain Senator Obama decided to publicly run for President.

Listening back this feels more like a history lesson than on the edge comedy, but the relevancy that it made it a great show then now feels like snapshot of the attitudes of the time.

The Best of The Fringe Podcast: Ed Hamell on Trial

Ed Hamell (www.hamelltv.com).
Hamell on Trial – The Terrorism of Everyday Life

First broadcast August 18th 2007.

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