Edinburgh Festival – What’s on in August

Check out the following acts in Edinburgh over the next 4 weeks at the Fringe Festival. The Edinburgh Festival brings acts from all over the world to showcase their talents. The hosting venues are located throughout the city and can be accessed either with a short walk ot bus ride to the venue. There are over 2,000 acts performing throughout the month of August and the first week in September, here are some reviews of current acts at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.Serviced City Pads.

Stuart Goldsmith – The Reasonable Man

Despite being from Leamington Spa, Stuart has spent his whole life desperately trying to be interesting. It sort of worked. This is a story of what happened when he tried to be himself instead…A white knuckle, high-octane meander through the worlds of sex, circus and subculture. A glorious stand-up debut from a very nice young man with no tattos. ‘Marries pitch perfect audience repartee with cleverley woven tales of the evryday’ (Independent); ‘Inspired’ (Sunday Times); Every nuance carefully calculated for maximum impact’ (Chortle.co.uk); ‘Hilarious’ (Guardian).

The Blue Lady Sings

The unexpected face of the blues is Unveiled in a Unique Musical Cabaret at the Edinburgh Fringe Free Fringe this August.
In the Blue Lady Sings, celebrated artiste Tricity Vogue sings her way off the wall anf into your heart as she brings kitsch portrait to life with her own band of witty and unusual Blues.Serviced City Pads short stay apartments.

Prepare to be serenaded, danced with, shot at, or all three, as the darling of London’s Cabaret demi-mode makes her dazzling and enchanting Edinburgh debut in the free fringe’s new dedicated cabaret venue Maggie’s Chamber at Laughing Horse @ The Three Sisters throughout August.

The Blue Lady Sings is written and performed by Tricity Vogue, with music produced by Nick Trepka, and costumes by Stephane St Jaymes and Salvatore Forino. Serviced City Pads.

Tricity Vogue – she of the twinkle eye, swoonsome voice and cheeky ukulele – brings Tretchikoff’s ‘Chinese Girl’ to life in this funny and pleasingly sentimental show. She’s living the blues, all right, with a variety of tourch songs, pop and rock standards on a blue theme, plus a bit of comedy and storytelling’ (Time Out London).

New Art Club – Big Bag of Boom

Back with their genre-defining stand-up dance, Roden and Shenton, one of the most original acts in comedy, bring together the most explosive moments from a decade of award-winning shows. The clever tricks, hilarious set pieces and brilliant dances that make up their unique world get teased out of their original holes and smashed together into this combustible new show. ‘A slick, warmly delivered, bloody funny slice of modern dance-meets-comedy fun’ (List); Roden and Shenton caper gleefully along dividing line between lunacy and genius’ (Herald); ‘Downright funny’ (New York Times). Serviced City Pads.