Welcome back to Hanging at the Fringe for 2015. I’m happy to report that we are now an officially accredited media outlet, which is a huge step!
This year, we’re doing things a bit differently. I am gathering groups of people together to have a longer discussion about the Fringe, and then of course talk a bit about their shows. This first episode is all local performers – we talk a bit about what it’s like to be a local during the Fringe, but a bunch of other things too!
As is becoming tradition, we had a technical hiccup on the first podcast of the year. This time, it was a low battery problem, so we miss a bit of Calum’s introduction, but not to worry, all his information is below, along with everyone else’s!
David Grimes (@tiggrzz) was representing EGTG (@TheGrads) who are doing two shows this year: The Witch of Edmonton and Death and The Maiden. You can find more information about the company at www.egtg.co.uk, or find them on Facebook at The Grads.
Lindsay Corr (@irishcoi) was representing the Scottish Storytelling Centre (@ScotStoryScntre) who have lots of shows on at the Fringe! You can find info about all of their various events here.
Calum Lykan (@talesntours) is doing a show called Brave & Free: Traditional Tales of Scotland. Check it out if you want a taste of some traditional stories.
Emily Aboud was representing EUSOG (@EUSOG) who are doing Little Shop of Horrors this year – family friendly (kinda) with a cool plant! You can find more info about the show at www.littleshopofhorrorfringe.com.
Lastly, Catherine Wilson (@CJMacBeathW) and Doug Garry (@BeardedPipe) were representing the Loud Poets (@LOUDPOETS) who are doing a show called Loud Poets (surprise!) every night at the Storytelling Centre.
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