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Frank Sidebottom The Home of the Retrospective


Alas, poor Yorick, I knew him well! Live stage shows in Central Scotland, be they Shakespeare or avant-garde.

Edinburgh Fringe 2018: The Myth of the Singular Moment @ Summerhall

Folk-influenced music, theatre and quantum physics combine in this inspiring and uplifting two-hander performed by Jim Harbourne and Kirsty Eila McIntryre. As with the show Flight at the same venue, it explores the Schrödinger's cat nature of destiny - albeit in an entirely different manner.

The Myth of the Singular Moment

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018: Flight @ Summerhall

Be prepared for an unsettling philosophical rollercoaster ride, courtesy of Darkfield's half-hour experimental binaural play. Taking place mainly in pitch darkness in a mocked-up air passenger cabin, it riffs on the Schrödinger's cat theory to unnerving effect.

Flight, a binaural play by Darkfield

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