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Paines Plough at the Edinburgh Fringe: a week in the life

As the festival draws to a close we ask theatre company Paines Plough to show us what they've been up to

Jack Wilkinson, Katherine Pearce and Charlotte O'Leary in Sticks and Stones, performed at Paines Plough's Roundabout
© Rebecca Need-Menear

The Edinburgh Fringe may almost be over now, with a month of flyering, feasting and general festivity coming to a saddening close. But we thought we'd take a look at the manic and show-filled life of the three performers involved in Paines Plough's Roundabout season at Summerhall. Charlotte O'Leary, Katherine Pearce, Jack Wilkinson are performing in two performances a day, with three shows (Island Town, Sticks and Stones and How to Spot an Alien) on rotation as part of the festival. We check in with the three to see how they've been faring.




The room where it happens

PP: "The view from the operating position in Roundabout (Charlotte O'Leary, Katherine Pearce, Jack Wilkinson)



The Scottish summer

PP: "A classic day in Edinburgh (with Jack, Charlotte, Phillippe Cato, Katherine and Caitlin O'Reilly)



Mid-show munching

PP: A light bite in between shows (Charlotte)



Mugshots

PP; Facial warm ups pre-Sticks and Stones (with Charlotte, Jack and Katherine )



Another sunny day in north Edinburgh

PP: Sun's out, smiles out at Summerhall pre-Sticks and Stones (with Jack, Charlotte and Katherine)



Get your cook on

PP: Master Chef Edinburgh Fringe: Before (with Charlotte)



Someone call Gregg Wallace

PP: Master Chef Edinburgh Fringe: After (with Charlotte)



PP: "A warm up from the Do Not Try This At Home programme pre-Island Town (with Jack, Charlotte and Katherine)

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