• Published: Aug 3rd, 2017
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Edinburgh Fringe Show Preview #4 – Will Seaward

There is a booming presence in Edinburgh. A loud, booming, shakespearean presence, with a hint of madness. It’s Will Seaward. He has two shows at Fringe 2017, but in today’s preview podcast we’re going to go back to his previous adventures.

(And for all you To be fair, they run at the same venue, at the same time,every year, so I could have dropped this interview into this year’s batch and it would have been pretty much correct. But there’s no ‘Fake Podcasting’ here folks!

Edinburgh Fringe Show Preview #4 – Thursday 3rd August

Will Seaward
….Goes To El Dorado
Heroes At The Hive

Will Seaward
Spooky Midnight Ghost Stories IV
Gilded Balloon

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 at the Box Office on 204 Rose Street.

  • Published: Aug 1st, 2017
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Edinburgh Fringe Show Preview #2 – Remembering Trans Scripts

As the press previews bring in Edinburgh, we’re taking this opportunity to go back into the show archives for some classic interviews and to listen again to old friends.

2015 saw the Fringe debut of Paul Lucas’ Trans Scripts. In his words, “an original stage play based on material assembled from more than 75 interviews conducted with people from around the world who identify as transgender. Its characters range in age, ethnicity, socio-economic status, educational level, and age at transition.”

It’s the sort of moving, personal, and politically important shows that the Edinburgh Fringe showcases. As I look forward to see what surfaces this year, lets remember the power of giving individuals their own voice with Paul and the cast of Trans Scripts.

Edinburgh Fringe Show Preview #2 – Tuesday 1st August

Paul Lucas
Trans Scripts
www.transscripts.org

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 at the Box Office on 204 Rose Street.

  • Published: Jul 31st, 2017
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Edinburgh Fringe Show Preview #1 – What’s It Like To Be In Edinburgh?

August is approaching, the stages are being built, the shows are doing final rehearsals, and we’re checking the equipment for another year of Edinburgh Fringe podcasts.  Yes, it’s time to make sure everything is working with the website, welcome you all to the Arts Capital of the world, and check all the RSS feeds, widgets, streams, and links are in place.

It might look like a tech run-through, I can’t start another year of Fringe coverage without Daniel Cainer’s traditional curtain raiser.

Edinburgh Fringe Show Preview #1 – Monday 31st July

Daniel Cainer
More Gefilte Fish And Chips
Underbelly

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 at the Box Office on 204 Rose Street.

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