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Anita Rani sits in, Francesca Moody

Anita chats to Fleabag and Shedinburgh Fringe producer Francesca Moody. Shedinburgh will bring the very best of Fringe theatre and comedy to people’s from a shed.

Anita chats to Fleabag and Shedinburgh Fringe producer Francesca Moody.

The most significant arts festival in the world, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe won’t happen this August, and as Fringe regulars across the globe are desperate for first class entertainment, multi-award winning duo, producer Francesca Moody (Fleabag/Baby Reindeer) and writer and performer Gary McNair (A Gamblers Guide To Dying/Square Go/Locker Room Talk) have decided to take matters into their own hands.

This August they are launching a world-class brand new online festival and fundraiser - SHEDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL - bringing the very best of Fringe greats of theatre and comedy to people’s from a shed.

SHEDINBURGH will take place between 14 August – 5 September with daily livestreamed events including ‘one night only’ unique shed based versions of performances from established Fringe favourites, slots for new artists through Open Call Submissions and industry panel discussions, featuring shows from Helen Baer, Tim Crouch, Rosie Jones, Adam Kashmiry, Yolanda Mercy, Deborah Frances-White, Gary McNair, Sara Pascoe, Steen Raskopoulos, Jack Rooke, Joe Sellman-Leava, Mark Thomas and more.

All shows will be broadcast live from sheds, one in Edinburgh at the Traverse Theatre, one in London at Soho Theatre, and some even in performers own sheds. Performances will be broadcast once only at 7.30pm via zoom each night. Tickets will be purchased through Crowdfunder on a Pay What You Can system for a minimum donation of £4.

Applications for open slots in SHEDINBURGH will be open 6 – 12 August.

All proceeds raised from SHEDINBURGH ticket sales will go into a fund to support new artists to bring their work to the Edinburgh Fringe in 2021 – A SHED LOAD OF FUTURE - sustaining and reinvigorating the Fringe’s future beyond this year.

1 hour, 57 minutes

Last on

Wed 12 Aug 2020 19:00

Music Played

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    Dog Days Are Over

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  • Jamie Scott

    New York Nights

    • How Still The River.
    • Catherine Records.
  • First Aid Kit

    My Silver Lining

    • (CD Single).
    • Sony Music.
  • Talking Heads

    This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)

    • EMI.
  • Kenzie

    Dark July

    • BBYTTH.
  • Saint Etienne

    Only Love Can Break Your Heart

    • Crush (Various Artists).
    • Polygram Tv.
    • 1.
  • Shed Seven

    Going For Gold

    • (CD Single).
    • Polydor.
    • 7.
  • Blur

    There's No Other Way

    • Precious - Various Artists.
    • Dino.
  • Lianne La Havas

    Please Don't Make Me Cry

    • Lianne La Havas.
    • Warner / Nonesuch.
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  • Van Morrison

    Into The Mystic

    • Still On Top - The Greatest Hits.
    • Exile.
  • Beastie Boys


    • Grand Royal.
  • Blondie

    Hanging On The Telephone

    • Atomic: The Very Best Of Blondie.
    • EMI.
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  • Portishead

    Glory Box

    • (CD Single).
    • Go Beat.
  • Kio Amachree


    • Ivory.
    • S.K.J. Records.
  • Des’ree

    You Gotta Be

    • The Ivor Novello Winners.
    • EMI.
  • M.I.A.

    Galang '05

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    • XL.
  • The The

    The Beat(en) Generation

    • Epic.
  • Orange Juice

    Rip It Up

    • Rip It Up (Various Artists).
    • EMI.
  • The Isley Brothers

    Summer Breeze

    • The Best Summer Ever (Various Artist.
    • Virgin.
  • Payfone


    • Paradise / Mice Life / Subcoinscient Lamentation.
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  • Glass Animals

    It's All So Incredibly Loud

    • Dreamland.
    • Polydor.
  • Harry Nilsson

    Everybody's Talkin'

    • Million Sellers Vol.10 - The Sixties.
    • Disky.


  • Wed 12 Aug 2020 19:00