Tag: Edinburgh Fringe

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Nowt as Queer as Folk – Edinburgh Fringe Preview

UEA’s Coast to Coast Theatre Company previewed their new comedy Nowt as Queer as Folk this week with a sold out performance in the Emmerson Studio at Norwich’s Maddermarket Theatre, before it heads to the Edinburgh Fringe for two weeks starting on Monday. The play depicts how residents of a small village threatened by a new housing…

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Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014: The first glimpse

There is much to be said for visiting the Fringe early, before the festival has really got ticking; the increased chance of tickets before the media becomes saturated with write ups and the opportunity to personally spot who to watch out for in comedy over the next year. Reviewers can inform your experience, but there…

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Company formed by UEA students in cycle fundraising challenge

A new company has been founded by English and Drama students from the University of East Anglia. Known as Turn the Key Productions, the members have a wealth of experience to draw from, including a winner of the 2013 Minotaur Theatre Company creative writing competition, taking Beckett’s Rough Theatre up to Edinburgh in 2013, and working…

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Edinburgh Fringe Fest for UEA comedians

A handful of UEA Headlights Comedy society members will be lighting up the stages of Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer with their “Beast of the East: Free Comedy Showcase”. The show is set to star UEA students Robert Turner, Charlie Tarran, Luis Forte, Eleanor Overvoorde, Scott Mills, Neal Goldsmith and “mystery special guests”.

October 2021
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