Monday, 23 July 2012

Free Fringe..

Firstly apologies for the lack of blogging this week, we have been busy packing and preparing for the fringe! Today we have a pick of the best free fringe shows and the venues you can find them in. The free fringe is a brilliant part of the festival as it allows you to see so many excellent shows free of charge! And they are in some lovely little venues all around the city such as book shops, bars and pubs! We hope you like this small selection we have picked out for you. Don't forget to check out more shows on the free fringe here 

Read more about it at http://www.laughinghorsecomedy.co.uk/edinburgh/index.asp
Taken from the site:
"The Free Festival is back, for it's 9th year at the Edinburgh Fringe, with a brand new packed programme of shows for 2012... this year with over 6,000 performances of more than 300 shows, performed on 30 different stages in 17 central Edinburgh venues - with some great new ones (including shows on a bus, in a Yurt and up a mountain!)"


Comedy

1. Buff’s Club

 2:30pm  Matthew Kelly The Musical
‘The most exciting new comedian I’ve seen in years- Dan Antopolski

2. Belushi’s
1:20pm Three for Free
Selected stand up comedy hour starring  Alex Kealy, Patrick Morris and their mystery special guest. 

3. Cabaret Voltaire (Downstairs 1 and 2)

12:05pm The Wilmops Good Improv Show
Comedy improv sketch show performed in Downstairs 1, directed by David Shore (Monkey Toast) starring Sara Pascoe, Ben Target and Gareth Morinan.

12:05pm LUNCH: Stand up Comedy Showcase
Stand up comedy performed Downstairs room 2, featuring some of the best comedians of the fringe.


4. Voodoo Rooms

12:05pm Jack and Nikki: Killing Machine
Comedy showcase with Jack Heal and Nikki Blemings

Theatre

5. Fiddlers Elbow- Downstairs

4:00pm Life in a Film
‘An embarrassingly honest tale of one woman’s quest for independence’ told through the use of theatre and comedy.

Children’s shows

6. Princes Mall Space L8

2:15pm Joshua Seigal: We all love Lamas!
Children’s show 


Other venues include The Peat Tree, The White Horse, Arthurs Seat, Bar 50, The Blind Poet, The Free Sisters and more.

We hope you enjoy our suggestions and we are sure you will find some amazing free shows to see!

P.S If you or your act/company would like to do an interview with us to be posted on our blog please get in touch with one of us on twitter @shannlr @brewinx 






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