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  • Clockwork Orange Following their sell-out London success, Fourth Monkey's premiere production of Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange is enjoying a well earned revival at the Edinburgh Festival this year. The company operates as a contemporary repertory of vibrant actors and designers, with a specific emphasis on offering opportunities to those at the early stages of their professional careers, and are going down a storm with audiences and critics alike.
  • The Unexpected Items - Having shot to global notoriety with their Gap Yah video, The Unexpected Items bring their irreverent brand of sketch show humour to the Festival. With cult appeal and an Internet single already under their belts, the latest comedy hit will be entertaining the crowds with more gap year tales and further encounters with the graduate gang.
  • Roam -A captivating journey by five stunning dancers into a world of swinging sub bass and complex percussion, with specially commissioned tracks from maverick producer/composer Shackleton and drum & bass outfit Sion, Roam takes its starting point from the human requirement to explore and experience, and incorporates the work of poet Rick Holland. Riding the wave of new emerging artists pushing the boundaries of dance in performance, Tom Dale Company continue to go from strength to strength with this latest visceral piece.

    Tom Dale Dance Company ROAM promo from tomdale on Vimeo.

  • Fascinating Aida – Bringing their Edinburgh run to a close last week, it is only fair to pay tribute to the Fascinating Aida trio as they continue to celebrate their Silver Jubilee. Always a popular draw at the Fringe, the Aida ladies romp their way through some gloriously witty songs taking the audience along with them on a topical yet upbeat evening of laughter and brilliant comic timing. The ladies do discuss some adult subjects so caution is advised before viewing this clip.
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