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  1. The Edinburgh Fringe - My Experience

    Chris Cantrill

    Writer and Comedian

    The Edinburgh Fringe - My Experience

    Chris Cantrill is one half of critically acclaimed sketch duo The Delightful Sausage with comedy partner Amy Gledhill. He sums up their recent Edinburgh Fringe experience along with some tips and advice.

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  2. The Edinburgh Fringe - My Experience

    Mary Flanigan

    Writer and Comedian

    The Edinburgh Fringe - My Experience

    In the second of our short series of blog posts from writers and performers at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe we spoke to comedian Mary Flanigan.

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  3. The Edinburgh Fringe - My Experience

    Kevin P. Gilday

    Writer and Spoken Word Artist

    The Edinburgh Fringe - My Experience

    In the first of a series of blog posts, we spoke to Kevin P. Gilday (who is part of our Scottish Voices group) about his experience of the Edinburgh Fringe - the good and the bad - and what you need to consider if you're interested in taking a show to the Fringe.

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  4. “How On Earth Are You Going To Make That Funny?” By Lou Conran

    Lou Conran

    Comedian and Writer

    “How On Earth Are You Going To Make That Funny?” By Lou Conran

    Lou Conran is a stand-up comedian and graduate of our Comedy Room writer development group. She explains how she used the medium of comedy to tell a deeply personal and moving story in her recent show at the Edinburgh Fringe.

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  5. Why is Edinburgh Fringe such a great place for writers? Tash Marshall explains.

    Tash Marshall

    Writer / Performer

    Why is Edinburgh Fringe such a great place for writers? Tash Marshall explains.

    Tash Marshall is a graduate from our Comedy Room writer development group and brings her first play 'Half Breed' to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this month.

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  6. The Edinburgh Fringe - a special place for writers

    Luke Barnes

    Writer

    Writer, Luke Barnes, on why the Edinburgh Fringe is a unique destination for writers and new writing.

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