Day 7: “It was Greek to me”

I’ve been noticing a bit of a trend this year for all things Ancient Greek – whether it’s TV programme Troy: Fall of a City on the BBC, stage productions of ancient plays, or shows inspired by myth & legend. Aside from the Tudors, Ancient Greece was my absolute favourite topic. It was great to […]

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EFF 2018: final thoughts

So now I’m back in London (filled with my own special brand of Fringe ‘Flu – huzzah for not looking after yourself!), and all my reviews are done (though I’m still not quite sure how I did it), I thought I should really make sure I rounded up my time at the Fringe and worked […]

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EFF 2018: diary

As you could see from my preview, I had a lot planned for my week in Edinburgh. And as it was my very first time heading up there in festival season, I thought it might be a good idea to keep a bit of a diary so you can see what a crazy mess I […]

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Medea Electronica

Following a short UK tour, Pecho Mama have brought their acclaimed show Medea Electronica to Edinburgh Festival Fringe for one week only. Part theatre, part gig, they will be based at Pleasance 2 in the Pleasance Courtyard until Sunday for their 80s reimagination of the Greek legend of Medea. Medea is married to Jason East, […]

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EFF 2018: preview

After feeling like I had all the time in the world, all of a sudden my Edinburgh stint is upon me. After a frantic few weeks trying to put a schedule together, I finally do have some confirmed activities for the week. It’s definitely been an eye-opener for me: some days I’ve found myself stressing […]

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