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Fringe 2017 Part 2

Harry and Chris 2.  I’ve been following Harry Baker at the fringe for several years and he has never failed to amuse. The double act, Harry and Chris, I saw for the first time last year and it was even

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Fringe 2017

The Edinburgh Fringe is huge, confusing and great fun. However, navigating your way through the melange of the good the bad and the indifferent is a massive task in itself. Me and my brother in arms, David Tooley are on

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#BadJokeFriday

Bad Joke day From the Edinburgh Fringe, , inevitably tennis based. #BadJokeFriday What do you call a girl standing in the middle of a tennis court? Annette Why should you never marry a tennis player? Because love means nothing to

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At the Fringe

The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is huge and as usual navigating your way through the thousands of shows, the hundreds of leaflets vendors, and the inevitable downpour is a trial in itself. If this is your first time, then good luck.

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Fringing the Fringe

The Edinburgh Fringe, the world’s largest arts festival; a vast conglomeration of things, comedy theatre, art, serious and silly, poets and passion, music, kids stuff, events and exhibitions. The Fringe provides thousands of opportunities to indulge the bit of your

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