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Impossible

Venue – Pleasance Dome – Queen Dome Time – 13.20 This is a play written by Robert Khan and Tom Salinsky, writers of previous Edinburgh smash hits Coalition. It stars Phil Jupitus as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Alan Cox … Continue reading

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Another trip to Liverpool

Yes the Westons are back in Liverpool. It has been nearly two years but we’re back. The reason for the trip was to see a Warhol exhibition at the Tate. A few days before the trip we discovered that we … Continue reading

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Making News

Venue: Pleasance One Time: 1pm Making News is written by last year’s hit Coalition. This year the BBC is the theme of the play. It is set in a BBC newsroom showing the rivalry between news and current affairs. The … Continue reading

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The Play that goes Wrong

Venue: Pleasance Above Time: 5pm The Play that goes Wrong by Mischief Theatre come direct to Edinburgh from the West End. In the play a not very good amateur Drama society attempt to bring on a murder mystery, but not … Continue reading

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An Actor’s Lament

Venue: Main Hall, Assembly Hall Time: 14:30 An Actor’s Lament by Steven Berkoff appeared to be a must see. A couple of years ago we saw Berkoff in Oedipus which was stunning, plus he is a very talented actor. The … Continue reading

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Ciara

Venue: Traverse 1 Time: Various check website for details Ciara is a new play written for Blythe Duff by David Harrower. Ciara is trying to step out of the shadow of our father and build her own empire. Blythe Duff … Continue reading

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Melmouth The Wanderer

Venue: Ballroom, Assembly Rooms George Street Time: 16.10 Melmouth the Wanderer is a dark play about good versus evil. A gothic nightmare where most of the cast wear masks. It jumps from century to century retelling stories of Melmouth a … Continue reading

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