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Fringe first for North Edinburgh

August 1, 2014 by

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The Fringe is back, with it’s eclectic mix of the good, the bad and the downright awful. Last year’s event offered enthusiasts no less than 45,464 performances of 2,871 shows, making it the largest ever arts festival in the world. This year’s could be even bigger – aficionados really are spoiled for choice. It’s always […]

Police presence to help ensure Festival’s fun for all

August 1, 2013 by

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Just in case it’s escaped your attention, it’s Festival time. The annual Festivals are all about fun – and city police plan to help keep it that way Police in Edinburgh are to launch a high-profile safety operation for the duration of the festival season. Officers will offer advice on crime prevention and personal safety to the […]

The Fringe – what’s hot and what’s not?

August 3, 2012 by

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This year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe guide runs to 376 pages, packed with a cornucopia of comedians, dance troupes, musicians, actors and novelty acts – good, bad and downright dire – all vying for your attention at 378 official venues. Choosing just what to go and see – and, more importantly, what to avoid! – is tough, so […]

Granton youth production’s on the Fringe

August 3, 2012 by

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Granton Youth Theatre will be performing their powerful production ‘Just Like Everybody Else’ at the Holyrood Road’s Bongo Club this weekend. The drama was devised and developed by Granton Youth Centre participants and the group’s performance was highly praised when ‘Just Like Everybody Else’ premiered at North Edinburgh Arts Centre in April. Jut Like Everybody Else can be […]

Stay safe during the Festival

August 3, 2012 by

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The Festival gets into full swing this month and Edinburgh’s population more than doubles as visitors pour into the city to be entertained. With the Fringe getting under way this weekend, police have issued safety advice to visitors from near and far. Lothian and Borders Police are encouraging those visiting Edinburgh’s festivals to think about […]