Gein’s Family Giftshop: A Question For Three
Gein’s Family Giftshop: A Question For Three

We put the same question to all three members of a Fringe trio.  What gift would...

ThreeWeeks Podcast Edition 06: Week Two Extras
ThreeWeeks Podcast Edition 06: Week Two Extras

It’s another packed 'extras edition' of the ThreeWeeks Podcast, with Chris Cooke and Tom Bragg. There’s...

Letter To Edinburgh: Damian Sandys
Letter To Edinburgh: Damian Sandys

Director Damian Sandys isn’t in Edinburgh this Festival. So he wrote this letter instead. Dear Edinburgh, This...

Njo Kong Kie: A musical picnic with a twist
Njo Kong Kie: A musical picnic with a twist

‘Picnic In The Cemetery’ is one of three shows brought to the Fringe by the...

Ria Lina: Five lessons to teach in homeschool
Ria Lina: Five lessons to teach in homeschool

Having decided to homeschool her kids, Ria Lina suddenly realised what fun she could have...

Dane Baptiste: Ten things to do at the Fringe when you’re dead (that is, you died on stage)
Dane Baptiste: Ten things to do at the Fringe when you’re dead (that is, you died on stage)

So every comedian’s been there. The night you died on stage. But you know what,...

Philip Whitchurch: Re-imagining the Bard
Philip Whitchurch: Re-imagining the Bard

If you’ve so much as walked past your television set in the last couple of...

Jim Campbell: The do’s and don’ts of Fringe flat sharing
Jim Campbell: The do’s and don’ts of Fringe flat sharing

Jim Campbell knows a thing or two about personal space. Well, it's what he called his...

Mr B: Edinburgh for chaps
Mr B: Edinburgh for chaps

Chap-hop pioneer (or 'superstar', to cite the show name) Mr B is back at the Fringe....

Joey Page: This is not a quiz
Joey Page: This is not a quiz

This, we can’t stress enough, is not a quiz. Though if you are wondering whether...

Titty Bar Ha Ha: The Great Escape
Titty Bar Ha Ha: The Great Escape

If you're feeling the strain as we approach the end of Week Two, perhaps it's...

Erin Kamler: Fuelling debate on the theatre Fringe
Erin Kamler: Fuelling debate on the theatre Fringe

Erin Kamler’s musical ‘Land Of Smiles’ tackles the complex issue of human trafficking, interestingly casting...

Baba Brinkman: Religious Rap-Ture
Baba Brinkman: Religious Rap-Ture

ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winner Baba Brinkman is back at the Fringe this year with not...

John Robertson: A ThreeWeeks nifty history
John Robertson: A ThreeWeeks nifty history

'A Nifty History Of Evil', one of three shows featuring a John Robertson at the...

Massive Dad: A Question For Three
Massive Dad: A Question For Three

We put the same question to all three members of a Fringe trio. What is the...

Curtis Uhlemann: Together through conflict
Curtis Uhlemann: Together through conflict

A young musician searches through his late grandmother’s trunk and discovers mementoes of her life,...

Lucy Ayrton: Splitting mermaids at the Fringe
Lucy Ayrton: Splitting mermaids at the Fringe

After winning much acclaim with her 2012 show ‘Lullabies To Make Your Children Cry’, Lucy...

Reviews Feature: Adventures at the children’s Fringe
Reviews Feature: Adventures at the children’s Fringe

ThreeWeeks Co-Editor Caro Moses and our children's show correspondent Cecily, aged 7, review shows for younger Fringe-goers. Since having...

Abigoliah Schamaun: How to talk dirty and influence people
Abigoliah Schamaun: How to talk dirty and influence people

“She looks for jokes in places where Frankie Boyle fears to tread” said The Skinny...

Rebecca Hill & Bradley Leech: Women’s stories, men’s voices
Rebecca Hill & Bradley Leech: Women’s stories, men’s voices

Women’s stories, men’s voices. It’s a simple concept, but it creates a powerful piece, challenging...

ThreeWeeks Podcast Edition 05: Week Two
ThreeWeeks Podcast Edition 05: Week Two

ThreeWeeks Editors' Award winners Sarah Kendall and Alexis Dubus join us to talk about their Fringe...

Sophie Willan: Meet the novice detective
Sophie Willan: Meet the novice detective

Stand-up Sophie Willan becomes the Novice Detective for Fringe audiences this year as she retells...

Reviews Feature: Reviewing the ****ing Fringe
Reviews Feature: Reviewing the ****ing Fringe

ThreeWeeks Podcast Editor Tom Bragg checks out the shows with censored titles. Having set myself the...

ThreeWeeks Editor’s Letter: Week Two issue is out today!
ThreeWeeks Editor’s Letter: Week Two issue is out today!

Ooof, I'm tired and it's not even the middle of middle week yet. Well, it's...

Barry Ferns: Top ten Fringe publicity stunts
Barry Ferns: Top ten Fringe publicity stunts

Creativity is bursting from the seams of Edinburgh over the Festival, it’s everywhere. And not...

Slayer launches new Fringe comedy prize
Slayer launches new Fringe comedy prize

His Fringe programme having generated both an Edinburgh Comedy Award and two Malcolm Hardee Awards...

Showcasing at the Fringe: Welsh Dance Strand
Showcasing at the Fringe: Welsh Dance Strand

There are many reasons performers come to the Edinburgh Fringe, but an important one is...

More winners in the theatre Fringe
More winners in the theatre Fringe

Here we go again with another batch of award winners from the theatre Fringe. First up...

Finalists announced for Amused Moose Laughter Awards
Finalists announced for Amused Moose Laughter Awards

The finalists were announced yesterday for the Amused Moose Laughter Awards supported by 2entertain. The...

Tricity Vogue’s uke awards return on a bigger stage
Tricity Vogue’s uke awards return on a bigger stage

I’ve always thought it would be useful if we gave each weekend of the Fringe a...

Time for a musical interlude? Checking out the Acoustic Music Centre
Time for a musical interlude? Checking out the Acoustic Music Centre

In his music tips at the start of the Festival, Daniel Cainer recommended ThreeWeeks readers...

Rory Mullarkey presented with drama award at the Fringe
Rory Mullarkey presented with drama award at the Fringe

As we pass the half-way point of this year’s Edinburgh Festival we are now heading...

Artists For Gaza to stage fundraiser for MAP tonight
Artists For Gaza to stage fundraiser for MAP tonight

A special Fringe show will take place tonight at The Assembly Rooms to raise funds...

Eddie Izzard leads tributes from the Fringe to Robin Williams
Eddie Izzard leads tributes from the Fringe to Robin Williams

Few non-Edinburgh news stories burst the often-called ‘Fringe Bubble’, meaning that once you’re on the...

How do you flyer? Editors' Award winner launches training workshops for flyerers
How do you flyer? Editors' Award winner launches training workshops for flyerers

For newer acts at the Festival a daily dose of flyering the streets of Edinburgh...

Doodle and rhyming plugs from Edinburgh Fringe 2014
Doodle and rhyming plugs from Edinburgh Fringe 2014

On the first weekend of the Fringe at the Meet The Media event we asked performers...

Trav shows dominate in first Fringe First batch
Trav shows dominate in first Fringe First batch

And so we’re off with the Festival awards train. The Scotsman presented its first batch...

Incubator Theatre plans silent protest over cancelled show
Incubator Theatre plans silent protest over cancelled show

The cast of the cancelled Fringe show ‘The City’ hope to stage a one-off protest...

New London culture podcast looking for Edinburgh transfers
New London culture podcast looking for Edinburgh transfers

The ThreeWeeks Podcast is fully up and running for Festival 2014, with Richard Tyrone Jones...

Hunt & Darton lead a Fringe bake off
Hunt & Darton lead a Fringe bake off

ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winning Hunt & Darton are back at the Fringe, though this time...

Underbelly confirms 'The City' will not go ahead
Underbelly confirms 'The City' will not go ahead

Underbelly yesterday confirmed that it had been unable to find a new home for Incubator...

Paines Plough pop-up in a Roundabout for their Fringe programme
Paines Plough pop-up in a Roundabout for their Fringe programme

Paines Plough will be familiar to anyone with even a passing interest in the Fringe’s...

A Fringe full of ventures Part 2: Forest Fringe
A Fringe full of ventures Part 2: Forest Fringe

Yesterday we remarked on how the Edinburgh Fringe is also a festival of cultural entrepreneurialism, resulting...

A Fringe full of ventures Part 1: Freestival
A Fringe full of ventures Part 1: Freestival

Whilst widely regarded as the biggest cultural festival of them all, the Edinburgh Fringe is...

3 To See 2014: Theatre of death
3 To See 2014: Theatre of death

In her final set of show recommendations before the reviews start to flow in the...

Renkow takes first comedy gong of the Fringe
Renkow takes first comedy gong of the Fringe

We may only be a few days into the Festival, but we have a Fringe...

3 To See 2014: Workshops
3 To See 2014: Workshops

Bored of watching others perform and fancy getting in on the action yourself? ThreeWeeks Co-Editor...

Virgin takes Fringe comedy to the skies
Virgin takes Fringe comedy to the skies

We all know every room in Edinburgh becomes a venue in August, but it seems...

3 To See ED2014: Musical comedy
3 To See ED2014: Musical comedy

For her final batch of comedy tips, ThreeWeeks Co-Editor Caro Moses picks some musical comedy...

3 To See ED2014: New plays
3 To See ED2014: New plays

At its heart, the Fringe is really all about new theatre. And we'll have none...

  • ThreeWeeks Podcast Edition 06: Week Two Extras
  • Letter To Edinburgh: Damian Sandys
  • Njo Kong Kie: A musical picnic with a twist
  • Slayer launches new Fringe comedy prize
  • Photo Shoot: Dan Clark
  • Dane Baptiste: Ten things to do at the Fringe when you’re dead (that is, you died on stage)
  • Philip Whitchurch: Re-imagining the Bard
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