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Fringe First!

22/07/2007

It looks like my dulcet tones will be gracing the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the first time ever* this year: I have a 10-minute reading slot in the Postscript show at Diverse Attractions on Monday 20th August and Wednesday 22nd August. The show starts at 7.15pm and lasts roughly an hour and a half, but I’ve no idea when I’ll be on. Nor have I any idea who else will be reading and performing. Should be interesting and fun, though.

I’ve also promised I’ll drop by the Scottish Poetry Library‘s courtyard readings at some point. It might be a case of breezing in on whatever day the fancy takes me but, if I decide to go sufficiently ahead of time, I’ll mention it here on Tonguefire. Like all open(-mike) sessions, the courtyard readings can be tremendously hit and miss, but they throw up some gems every now and again.

It strikes me that Luke Kennard should perhaps add his voice to the courtyard readings, seeing as he’ll be in Edinburgh with his theatre comany anyway. If he does, I hope the folks at Salt have advance warning enough to let us know on their Forward shortlist blog.

*Not counting appearances at Scottish Poetry Library courtyard readings, which are entirely open, if mikeless and therefore aren’t real Fringe appearances.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Rob permalink
    23/07/2007 12:05

    I’ll hopefully get to a few of the courtyard readings. I only managed one last year.

  2. Andrew Philip permalink
    23/07/2007 12:27

    Yes, I really should get to a few, what with them being just up the road from my work.

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