Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Fringe-ing It Up.

The Edinburgh Fringe is almost here. My programmes has been circled, my schedule has been made and half my tickets have been purchased.

I am excited about seeing the following shows:

Sex And Hugs And Forward Rolls - James Acaster, Andrew Doyle and Ben Van der Velde. Downstairs at the Tron, 14.20.

An Hour of Humour - Joe Lycett and Andrew Ryan. The White Horse, 17.15.

Dommett and Lampaert - Joel Dommett and Eric Lampaert. Underbelly, 19.50.

Let's Just have Some Fun (And Learn Something, For Once) - Jonny Sweet. Pleasance Courtyard, 19.30.

Toby - Sarah and Lizzy. Cabaret Voltaire, 15.45.

Monster Of The Deep 3D - Claudia O'Doherty. Gilded Balloon Teviot, 18.30.

Secret Door - Asher Treleavan. Pleasance Courtyard, 19.40.

Nick Mohammed is Mr Swallow - Nick Mohammed. Pleasance Courtyard, 18.00.

Enemy Of The World - Colin Hoult. Pleasance Courtyard, 16.45.

The Chill Factory - Ginger & Black. Pleasance Courtyard, 17.45.

Tripod Versus The Dragon - Tripod. Assembly Hall, 21.45.

It's Always Right Now, Until It's Later - Daniel Kitson. Traverse Theatre, 10.00.

6 And A Half Loves - Terry Saunders. Pleasance Courtyard, 15.15.

The Dave Hill Exposion - Dave Hill (and guest). Pleasance Courtyard, 23.00.

The Invisible Dot By The Sea - Unknown. Assembly At George Street, 20/08/10, 20.00.

Two Episodes Of Mash: A Sketch By These Two People. Pleasance Courtyard, 20.30.

Previews I have seen that deserve a nomination:

Enemy Of The World - Colin Hoult.

Nick Mohammed Is Mr Swallow - Nick Mohammed.

Best previews I have seen:

The Horne Section - Alex Horne and jazz band (with special guests).

Gutted - Martin White, Daniel Ward and assorted cast.

A thought.

Hurry up and get here, August the 14th!

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