TPN: The Edinburgh Fringe Show

by Ewan Spence and The Stage (ewanspence@gmail.com) · · ·

Bringing news, reviews and interviews from the Edinburgh Fringe to a daily podcast from The Stage and The Podcast Network

My top ten moments of the Edinburgh Fringe, including music from Tripod, Frisky and Mannish and The Noise Next Door. Introduced by Ewan Spence for The Stage and The Podcast Network.

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A final flurry of interviews with no Frisky but Mannish, Peter Buckley Hill, Rachael Sage and a report from The Stage Awards for Acting Excellence. Introduced by Ewan Spence for The Stage and The Podcast Network.
It's high, it's free and it's funny. But will anyone climb Arthur's Seat for a free comedy gig that belongs to Lionel Richie? Let's find out! Introduced by Ewan Spence for The Stage and The Podcast Network
Asher Treleven dresses up smartly on his day off, Nilaja Sun takes about the New York public education system, and I set up some blind dates for Gemma Goggins.
Brendon Burns writes a book, someone decides to bring an English World Cup play to Edinburgh, and finding a magnet is a bit of a Blur. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network.
Andrew Lawrence on not being on the TV, Bud Takes the Wheel on the X-Men and Kerry Hodgkin on UK Border Control. All that and more from the Fringe. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network.
Tom Allen talks about toughening up, Rufus Jones and Alex Kirk show just how painful your Dad turning up can be, while David Benson switches effortlessly from glee to tragedy. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network.
Kate Fox brings some poetry, I bring Reel to Real the ghost of Morecambe and Wise, while the Fitzrovia Radio Hour break the sound barrier. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network.
The German Ambassador for Humour, a silent play about Pirates, and a song about Adam Curry resetting a computer. Must be the Fringe! Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network.
Too many people to mention in the show today as it is the annual walk down the Royal Mile – they’re all listed on the website. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network.
By day, humble accountant. By night, comedy Genius. Edward Aczel is one of many unique shows at the Fringe and he joins Angella Kwon (Chef!) and Lach (Anit-Hoot and The Day I Went Insane) on today's podcast. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network.
Philip O'Sulivan is Underneath the Lintel, Miles Jupp is pretending to be a cricket journalist, and the cast of Gibby Stone are just enjoying their time in Edinburgh. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network.
The cast of Comedy Bitch reveal their two flats, Hannah Chalmers writes about her previous career and Geraldine Quinn raids my MP3 collection. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network.
Gary Delaney stops writing and finally appears on Stage, while St Stephens Church becomes the last hope for humanity as Hayden Cohen tells me it's not poetry. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network.
Rebecca Peyton talks about her dead sister, Celia Paquola confesses to her reasons for returning to The Fringe and Camille O'Sullivan drinks a mohito. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network
Today's interviews are all coming back to the Fringe, but for various reasons. Jarlath Regan, Clive Russell and The Graffiti Classics explain. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network.
Eilidh (8) and Mairi (6) take to the streets of Edinburgh to interview some of the Childrens shows at this year's Fringe while Dad has the day off. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network
Sam Willis and Lili La Scala both have Fringe shows, and you will not find a greater contrast - "The Boy with Tape on his Face"; and "War Notes" - sandwiched around The Wake.
Toby Hadoke’s love letter to the BBC, Josh Howie loves his Gran, and Tripod love being back in Edinburgh after a three year gap. Plus the news and recommendations on today’s Fringe podcast. Introduced by Ewan Spence, for The Stage and The Podcast Network
Jason Cook cuts his hair, Tony Tanner returns to the Fringe, and Storm Large steals my heart (just for a litle bit). Introduced by Ewan Spence for The Stage and The Podcast Network.