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On Tuesday's Culture Café: We hear all about Breakfast Theatre - The Traverse is playing host to five World Premieres of short plays by the UK and Ireland's top writers. Each play from this year's programme, has just one day of rehearsal before being performed, as rehearsed readings, twice during the season's breakfast slots. Breakfast is of course included in the price of the ticket.
Wink, Meet, Delete - An Insider's Guide to Internet Dating - There are 15 million single people in the UK - and 7 million of them use internet dating. Award-winning film maker Sue Bourne discusses her new TV documentary on this fast-growing phenomenon.
'Snip and Sip': We hear how the festival boosts trade not just for the artists and performers but for those who cater to them as well. All courtesy of 'Snip and Sip' - the hairdresser who used to go round Edinburgh during the festival on her bike offering cheap haircuts . This year it's different, as she has her own salon..
All that and NEXT! Death By Audition: Actress Kiki Kendricks discusses her Festival show about her most embarrassing, funny and tragic auditions and rejections - don't miss it!

45 minutes

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Tue 24 Aug 2010 13:15

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Includes poetry, digital arts, arts news, and audio biographies from top artists.

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