Tiernan Douieb picks out 18 Edinburgh Fringe shows you probably shouldn't miss.
Tiernan Douieb picks out 18 Edinburgh Fringe shows you probably shouldn’t miss.
“I like to think we are all in this together and if you could all bring at least one gay that would be great. I’m looking for love here people and I’ve just deleted Grindr.”
“If I can raise even a tenth of the smiles these fellas brought to their fellow man then I can retire content, though if the show goes too well there will inevitably be questions as to whether or not performance-enhancing substances had something to do with it.”
“I’m not going to suggest to you where you should be getting a late night dram, but I will say that my favourite type of acts at the Fringe are the ones that leave me with plenty to think about. Gifts that keep on giving.”
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The world and his wife’s got a podcast these days, meaning there’s a heap of themes to choose from – so here’s five.
Here’s five to take a punt on based on a nifty moniker. No puns please.
If you’re a Geordie, a Mackem, a Smoggy, or any other variety of North-Eastern beast in Edinburgh, pining for a taste of God’s Country, here’s a gaggle of outstanding local talent to sate you. Brown Ale and chicken parmo not included.