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How To Keep Time recommended

There is another Edinburgh transfer among this week’s TW London tips – though this time it’s a play that was a hit at edfringe in 2018. Antosh Wojcik’s ‘How To Keep Time’ has a performance at The Albany coming up. Check out all this week’s TW tips for London here.

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Stav Meishar Q&A

In this week’s Q&A, Caro Meets Stav Meishar to talk all about the show ‘The Escape Act – A Holocaust Memoir’ ahead of two upcoming performances at Jackson’s Lane. Read all about it here.

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All Of Me recommended

There are loads of great shows and events happening this weekend among our latest Threes To See for London, including Caroline Horton’s ‘All Of Me’ The Yard Theatre. Read all of this week’s TW tips here.

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Until The Flood recommended

Yet another Edinburgh Fringe transfer recommended by the TW London team. This time, the excellent ‘Until The Flood’, written and performed by Dael Orlandersmith. You can see it at the Arcola Theatre until 28 Sep. Check all this week’s TW London tips here.

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Wireless Operator recommended

Another Edinburgh transfer among this week’s TW tips – though with just two performances, one today, one tomorrow. It’s ‘Wireless Operator’ from Silksheen Productions, being performed at the Park Theatre. Check out all this week’s tips here.

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Conspiracy recommended

We have another helping of Edinburgh Fringe transfers among our London Threes To See this week, including the critically acclaimed ‘Conspiracy’ from Barrel Organ, which opens today at the New Diorama Theatre. Check out all of this week’s TW London tips here.

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David Brady Q&A

This week’s Caro Meets interview is with David Brady from Proforça who is talking about their new show ‘At Last’, which opens tomorrow at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre – read all about it here.

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Get signed up!

Don’t forget that the TW team compile Threes To See in London all year round – with plenty of Edinburgh Fringe transfers being tipped at the moment. Sign up to the TW Weekly to get all the tips direct by email.

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Podcast Festival recommended

London Podcast Festival kicks off today at Kings Place. We picked out the podcast spin-off of Amusical in our Threes To See this week here. But, of course, the whole event is worth checking out – full programme here.

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The Crown Dual recommended

Another of the Edinburgh transfers among this week’s TW London tips is ‘The Crown Dual’, a right royal ‘The Crown’ inspired comedy treat written by ‘Potted Potter’ co-creator Daniel Clarkson. Now showing at Wilton’s Music Hall. Check all of this week’s tips here.

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The Fishermen recommended

We have another Edinburgh transfer among this week’s TW London tips – the critically acclaimed production of Chigozie Obioma’s ‘The Fishermen’ from New Perspectives. In Edinburgh last month, now at Trafalgar Studios – check all this week’s tips here.

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Three fresh from Edinburgh

This week’s TW tips feature three shows fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe – including Cora Bisset’s ‘What Girls Are Made Of’ which is opening soon at the Soho Theatrecheck this week’s Threes To See here.

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Max Barton Q&A

This week Caro Meets Max Barton to talk about ‘STYX’, a show transferring straight from the Edinburgh Fringe to London with runs at The Playground Theatre and the Streatham Space Project – read more here.

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Shows to see this weekend

All of this week’s TW recommended shows in London still have performances to go – including Chiaroscuro at Bush Theatre. Check out this week’s Three To See tips in full right here.

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Get signed up!

The London-focused Caro Meets interviews return next week. To get all the tips and Q&As as they go live, sign up to the TW Weekly bulletin. Then you’ll get a super handy update in your inbox every Monday morning. Sign up here.

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Final Fringe reviews

A couple of our reviewers were out seeing shows in the final days of the Festival, which means we have another little flurry of reviews to share with you – including a 5/5 write up for Goodbear’s ‘Dougal’. Check them out here.

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From Edinburgh to London!

From Edinburgh to London! Expect plenty of Fringe transfers in the TW Threes To See for London in the weeks ahead. Kicking off with the ‘Aboriginal Comedy Allstars’, last week at Assembly Festival, this at week Soho Theatre. Check the latest TW tips here.

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27 Aug – 2 Sep in London

Here we go with another round of Threes To See for London, including three great shows at the King’s Head Theatre, three more great shows at the Soho Theatre and three magnificent musicals. Check out all this week’s London TW tips here.

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Thank you one and all!

So that’s very nearly it for another year. Thank you one an all – to our brilliant review team, to all the venues and PR people who help us so much, and to all the magnificent performers (and their teams) who make this the most exciting place to be each August. See you at Edinburgh Festival 2020 – our 25th year covering the Fringe!

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Festival finale!

For those of you still performing or consuming on this final day of the Edinburgh Festival – have a good one! You can check out all of our coverage of this year’s big festival month here.

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Congratulations once again!

Let’s say it one last time – congratulations to all of this year’s ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winners – ten brilliant shows, performers and projects. Find out more about them all here.

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Winners: Brush Theatre

Well done to all our Editors’ Award winners for 2019! Including the brilliant Brush Theatre who have entertained so many young audiences across the years at the Fringe, including with this year’s show at Assembly. Read more here.

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Winners: Peter Hudler

Well done to all our Editors’ Award winners for 2019! Including “stunt cellist” Peter Hudler for his brilliant show in the Fringe’s music programme at Space. Read more here.

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Winners: Simon Caine

Well done to all our Editors’ Award winners for 2019! Including Simon Caine for his podcast, his invaluable online advice for other performers, his brilliant Fringe Food Bank project and, of course, his 5/5 show at Sweet. Read more here.

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Winners: The Greenhouse

Well done to all our Editors’ Award winners for 2019! Including BoxedIn Theatre for their inspirational and educational zero-waste venue The Greenhouse. Read more here.

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Winners: Garret Millerick

Well done to all our Editors’ Award winners for 2019! Including Garret Millerick for top quality shows at multiple festivals including this year’s mind blowing set at the Pleasance. Read more here.

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Winners: Chamäleon Productions

Well done to all our Editors’ Award winners for 2019! Including Chamäleon Productions for their incredibly powerful contemporary circus piece ‘Raven’ at Assembly. Read more here.

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Winners: Fine Mess

Well done to all our Editors’ Award winners for 2019! Including Fine Mess for ‘A Wake In Progress’ at Underbelly, a real stand-out piece of innovative interactive theatre. Read more here.

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Winners: Ivor Dembina

Well done to all our Editors’ Award winners for 2019! Including Ivor Dembina for a 5/5 show we’ve loved at multiple Fringes, ‘Old Jewish Jokes’, part of the Free Festival. Read more here.

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Winners: Eleanor Dillon Reams

Well done to all our Editors’ Award winners for 2019! Including Eleanor Dillon Reams for her “at once beautifully, intricately wrought and yet entirely honest” show HoneyBee at the Gilded Balloon. Read more here.

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Winners: Pianodrome

Well done to all our Editors’ Award winners for 2019! Including the team from Pianodrome for building and running such a brilliant and innovative performance space hosting some fantastic shows. Read more here.

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Here are the winners!

Here they are everybody, the winners of this year’s ThreeWeeks Editors’ Awards. Check out tomorrow’s TW Daily for full details on all of this year’s winners – the ten shows, performers and projects that made this year’s Edinburgh Festival extra special.

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We have winners!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for this year’s ThreeWeeks Editors’ Awards this morning – look out for a full report in tomorrow’s TW Daily. With photos to follow here very soon. Well done to all the winners!

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Editors’ Awards 2019

Tomorrow morning we’ll be presenting the ThreeWeeks Editors’ Awards for Edinburgh Festival 2019 – celebrating the ten things that made this year’s Fringe extra special. Look out for details on the winners here on the website.

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Daniel Muggleton Q&A

Here we go then with the final ThreeWeeks Q&A of Edinburgh 2019! Caro Meets Daniel Muggleton to discuss his show ‘Pimpin’ Ain’t Easy (But I Reckon It’s Easier For Straight, White Men?)’ Find out more here.

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Hannah Maxwell Q&A

Is there time for one more Q&A? Today Caro Meets writer, performer, storyteller, podcaster and stand-up comedian Hannah Maxwell to talk all about her Pleasance show ‘I, AmDram’. Get the lowdown here.

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Fringe finale 5/5

As the final weekend of Edinburgh Festival 2019 approaches, if you are still choosing shows to see check out all the performances that have got full score 5/5 reviews from Team ThreeWeeks this month. Here they all are lined up together.

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20-26 Aug in London

Don’t forget this week’s Three To See cultural tips for London. Among them are Three Runs Starting This Week, which includes the excellent Antic Disposition with a production of ‘Macbeth’ at Temple Church. Check out all this week’s tips here.

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Joan Clevillé Q&A

As we enter the final phase of Edinburgh 2019 we still have some new Q&As to share with you. Today Caro Meets Joan Clevillé – Artistic Director at Scottish Dance Theatre – to discuss the two shows they are presenting this week at Zoo Southside. Read more.

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Grace Thorner Q&A

In today’s Q&A we put the spotlight on a whole venue! Chris Meets Grace Thorner from BoxedIn Theatre to talk about the Fringe’s first zero-waste performance space – The Greenhouse. Find out all about the project here.

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Shonagh Murray Q&A

Such a busy day we almost forgot to tell you about today’s Q&A – in which Chris Meets Shonagh Murray, writer of both ‘Armour: A Herstory Of The Scottish Bard’ and ‘Burns: A Lost Legacy’. Find out more about the shows and her company here.

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Tales Of The Third Sunday

It’s the third Sunday of the Fringe and if you’re starting to flag, don’t worry, that’s normal. Here’s ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winning Eric remembering his first Edinburgh as a performer and getting through that dreaded third Sunday – read it here.

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Baba Brinkman Q&A

In today’s Caro Meets we catch up with former Editors’ Award winner Baba Brinkman who is having another busy Fringe. Find out about his various shows – including ‘Rap Guide To Culture’ – right here.

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Madeleine Skipsey Q&A

Today Caro Meets Madeleine Skipsey, director of ‘She Sells Sea Shells’, the new play by Helen Eastman that tells the story of Mary Anning – and the hugely important role she played in the early development of palaeontology. Find out about the play and its subject here.

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More Camden Fringe

This week’s tips feature another Three To See at the Camden Fringe – including Patrycja Dynowska’s very interesting show at Camden People’s Theatre – ‘Sh*t Happens’ – check out all of this week’s TW London recommendations here.

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Isma Almas Q&A

Today in the Q&A department we are chatting to Isma Almas about her show ‘About A Buoy – Adventures In Adoption’, which she is performing over there at Gilded Balloon Teviot. Get the full lowdown here.

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Pick us up!

Don’t forget our Review Edition is now available to pick up at Festival venues all over the city. Matt Parker is on the cover and it’s packed full of interviews and reviews. There’s a list of some top places where you can get yourself a copy right here.

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Between Us Q&A

Here we go then with today’s Caro Meets Q&A – we’re chatting to Rachel E Thorn and Alex Keen about their improv theatre show ‘Between Us’, which is on this Fringe at theSpaceUK – read the interview here.

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Lucy Danser Q&A

Today’s Caro Meets Q&A is with Lucy Danser who is talking about her new play ‘If This Is Normal’, which is being performed this Fringe over at Zoo. Get the lowdown on it all here.

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It’s the Review Edition

Our Review Edition is officially out tomorrow – though you’ll actually find it popping up at some venues today. It’s packed full of interviews and reviews and has Mr Matt Parker on the cover. Here are all the places where copies will be arriving in the next 24 hours.

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13-19 Aug in London

It’s Monday, so time for another batch of Caro’s Three To See tips for London. Three sets this week. Among the recommended shows is Anne Edmonds’ ‘What’s Wrong With You?’ at Soho Theatre. Check out all this week’s tips here.

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Kate Lucas Q&A

As we enter good old Week Two of the Festival, the Q&As keep appearing. Today Chris Meets Kate Lucas and chats about her innovative new show ‘Kate Lucas: Is Selling Herself’, which is on over at Just The Tonic. Read more here.

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More reviews!

The ThreeWeeks reviews keeping coming in – with five more 5/5s featured in today’s batch, including FacePlant Theatre’s ‘One Duck Down’ at Pleasance Courtyard. Check out all the reviews we’ve published so far this Festival right here.

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Tom Machell Q&A

More interviews? Yes, more interviews! Today Chris Meets Tom Machell – part of ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winning comedy group zazU – to chat about his new play ‘Ticker’, which he’s performing at Underbelly this Fringe. Read the Q&A here.

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Turtle Company Q&A

The latest Caro Meets Q&A is with Yossef K Junghan and Stevan Mijailovic chatting about their Turtle Company show ‘Joyce’ – which is on this Fringe at Assembly Festival. Get the lowdown here.

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Advertising Offers

We are currently working on our Review Edition, which is out on Wednesday packed with more interviews and reviews. We have a very small number of last minute ad spots available at very special prices. It’s a great way to get your show in front of potential ticket-buyers as they are navigating the festival. Info.

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Ed Night Q&A

How do you choose a show to see? How do you sell your show? How do you power through? Check out our Eight Step Edinburgh guide! Today we get some tips from Ed Night who is performing at Pleasance Theatre – check them out here.

Paul Davies Q&A

The Fringe show in the Q&A spotlight today is the immersive dance party piece ‘The Populars’, which is on over at Summerhall. Caro chats to its director Paul Davies to find out more.

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Get the TW Weekly!

To get all our Three To See London show tips and the latest Caro Meets interviews all in one handy helping, why not sign up to the TW Weekly email bulletin, which comes out every single Monday morning? Sign up for free here.

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Eight Step Edinburgh

Don’t forget that this August over on TW:DIY we are putting together an eight step plan for getting the most out of the Edinburgh Festival, filled with practical tips and advice from some of our favourite Fringe people. New tips are going live every day. Check out the guide so far here.

Don Gnu Q&A

Kristoffer Louis Andrup Pedersen is Artistic Director of Danish company Don Gnu and they are in Edinburgh for a short run of their show ‘Raiders Of The Grey Gold’ at Zoo. We did a quick Q&A with him to find out more.

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Dave Chawner Q&A

Today Caro Meets Dave Chawner, who heads back to edfringe this year with a show about mental health. It’s called ‘Mental’ and is on as part of the Free Festival. Find out more about him and the show here.

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Three Camden Fringe shows

While our focus this month may be the Edinburgh Fringe, that hasn’t stopped us from tipping top shows at the good old Camden Fringe too. Check out our Camden Fringe Three To See for this week at the bottom of this page on the TW site.

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5/5 Edinburgh shows

More Edinburgh Fringe reviews go live every morning in the TW Daily and on the website. Right now we have five 5/5 reviews published – find out what shows got the top score here.

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Cheong-euy Park Q&A

Today Caro Meets Cheong-euy Park, founder of the Choin Theatre company, which is presenting two shows at this year’s Fringe, at Assembly and C. Find about more about the company and the shows here.

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This week’s venues!

Don’t forget we publish Three To See recommendations for London every week. This week’s tips include shows at Finborough Theatre, Trafalgar Studios, Soho Theatre, The Hope Theatre and Camden Fringe. Get the full lowdown here.

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Edinburgh reviews incoming!

Our first batch of reviews for Edinburgh Festival 2019 is now online. Look out for another batch every day. To get them first, sign up to the free TW Daily bulletin, which also features the very latest Q&As too. Read all the reviews published so far here.

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Sukh Ojla Q&A

Get more out of the Fringe – as a punter or a performer – in eight easy steps! Adding some tips into the mix today is Sukh Ojla, who is performing her show ‘For Sukh’s Sake’ at @Gildedballoon this month. Check it out.

6-12 Aug in London

Here we go again – this week’s Three To See tips for London are out. Including the marvellous Abigoliah Schamaun who is performing at Soho Theatre this week. Check out all our recommended shows here.

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Keisha Thompson Q&A

The Edinburgh Fringe Q&A’s keep on coming! Today we talk to Keisha Thompson about her show Man On The Moon, which is heading to Summerhall later this Festival. Get the lowdown on the show and more here.

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Naomi McDonald Q&A

The tips keep coming over on TW:DIY where we are building an eight step guide to getting more from the Edinburgh Festival. Today, impressionist, comedian and singer Naomi McDonald offers some advice. Her show ‘Copycat’ is on at Just The Tonic. Read the tips here.

All the Threes To See

You can now access all of Caro’s Three To See tips on the website as well as in the Preview Edition. Added this weekend: feminist themes, horrifying themes, climate change stuff, poetic shows and storytellers, including Dave Green at Just The Tonic. Read all the Threes To See for 2019 here.

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Danyah Miller Q&A

Today’s Caro Meets Q&A is with storyteller extraordinaire Danyah Miller. She is talking about her show ‘I Believe In Unicorns’, her take on the Michael Morpurgo book, on as part of the children’s shows programme at Pleasance. Check it out here.

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Good to meet you!

Thank you to everyone who queued up to pitch their shows at Meet The Media. We are now working our way through the box of flyers and press packs! Our reviewers are busy seeing shows right now, look out for the first batch of TW reviews for 2019 in Tuesday’s TW Daily bulletin. Sign up here.

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Sarah-Jane Scott Q&A

Here we go with another Caro Meets Q&A – this time with Sarah-Jane Scott discussing her acclaimed show ‘Appropriate’, which is on over there at Summerhall – read all about it.

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It’s Meet The Media time

Thirty minutes to go until this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Meet The Media – or, as we call it, Meet The Performers. The ThreeWeeks team will be there ready to hear all about hundreds and hundreds of shows being performed at the Fringe this year. See you there!

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Oliver Forsyth Q&A

We are putting together a TW:DIY guide to getting more from the Edinburgh Festival, full of practical tips and advice from some our favourite Fringe people. Today the tips come courtesy of writer, actor and Artistic Director of Smoke & Oakum Theatre, Oliver Forsyth. Read more here.

Eloïse Poulton Q&A

Another Q&A interview? Yes, another Q&A interview! The latest Caro Meets Q&A is with Eloïse Poulton talking about her show ‘Bad Aunts’, which is on at Gilded Balloon this Festival. Get the lowdown here.

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More Threes To See

We are still adding more Three To See recommendations on the website – today three shows with dark themes, three with folk tale themes and three about men and masculinity – including Daniel Audritt at Just The Tonic. Check out the Threes To See here.

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James McNicholas Q&A

This year we are compiling a TW:DIY guide to getting more from the Edinburgh Festival – as both a punter and a performer – in eight easy steps. Loads of our favourite Fringe people are offering some advice. Today, we get input from James McNicholas. Read his tips here.

Isabella Soupart Q&A

Today’s Q&A is with Isabella Soupart – she is talking all about the amazing sounding ‘Steve Reich Project’ which is being staged this Fringe at Dance Base. Find out more about it all here.

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Exposing Edith Q&A

The latest Caro Meets Q&A is with Michaela Burger and Greg Wain talking about their show ‘Exposing Edith’, which is back at the Fringe at Assembly George Square. Get the full lowdown here.

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Ian Smith Q&A

This year over on TW:DIY we are putting together an eight step guide to getting more from the Edinburgh Festival – as both a punter and a performer. Check out quick quiz interviews with some of our favourite Fringe people, kicking off with Editors’ Award winning Ian Smith.

Three To See again!

As Fringe 2019 gets going today, don’t forget all our Three To See show recommendations for this year. They are inside the Preview Edition – available across Edinburgh – and they are slowly appearing online too.

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Colin Granger Q&A

And now for a Q&A from the children’s programme. It’s Colin Granger talking about the innovative kids show ‘Ogg ‘n’ Ugg ‘n’ Dogg’ – which you’ll find at Gilded Balloon. Read all about it.

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Three Activists

Here we go then with the latest Three To See. This lot are all activists with very interesting stories to share in the Fringe and Book Festival programmes. Get the lowdown here.

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Matt Parker Q&A

From the Festival Of The Spoken Nerd, Matt Parker is at the Fringe this year with his solo show ‘Humble Pi’ at Pleasance Dome – find out what it’s all about in the latest Caro Meets interview. Read it here.

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Three Musicals

Look out for loads more Three To See show recommendations coming your way! Right now, here are three highly recommended musicals appearing at the Fringe this year – including shows at Summerhall, Underbelly and Pleasance. Check them out here.

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Hot off the presses!

Hot off the presses! Look out for our PREVIEW EDITION appearing at homes and venues across Edinburgh over the next few days! Or download a PDF copy here.

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Preview Edition incoming

The PREVIEW EDITION of ThreeWeeks for Edinburgh Festival 2019 was on the presses last night! It will be arriving in Edinburgh homes and Festival venues from this weekend. Look out for more details about what is inside right here very soon!

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Three Choral & A Cappella

This helping of Three To See recommendations puts the spotlight on some choral and a cappella shows that are definitely worth checking out – including performances at Space and the Edinburgh International Festival. Check it out here.

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TW Daily returns!

The TW DAILY bulletin returns next week, which means we will be landing in your inboxes each day with all the latest Edinburgh Festival updates. If you’re not subscribed to the daily email you can get signed up here.

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Interviews galore!

For this Festival we’ve already chatted to Robyn, Harriet, Matthew, Prudence, Lewys, Michelle, Laura, Robin, Louisa, Gabriela, Chris and Jack. And we’ve got loads more interviews still to come. Check out all the ones published so far here.

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Robyn Perkins Q&A

Here is the latest ThreeWeeks Q&A from Edinburgh Festival 2019 – this time Caro chats with the marvellous Robyn Perkins about her show ‘Mating Selection’ at Underbelly. Read more.

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Three Political Shows

Another Three To See? Yes, that’s right, another Three To See! This time we recommend three top political shows to see at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. Including shows at Just The Tonic, Bedlam Theatre and The Free Festival. Read more.

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Harriet Dyer Q&A

Here we go with another TW Q&A. We published this one earlier this week, it’s with Harriet Dyer who is performing ‘The Dinosaur Show’ at Gilded Balloon next month. Get the lowdown on the show here.

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Three To See

We’ve got a whole stack of Three To See show recommendations coming your way next week. But you can check out everything Caro has tipped so far right here on the website.

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Chris Grace Q&A

This seems like a pretty good moment to share another ThreeWeeks Q&A. Here is Caro chatting to Chris Grace about his show ‘Voldemort & The Teenage Hogwarts Musical Parody’, which is on at Assembly. Read all about it here.

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Review for us!

We still have a couple of very comfy spots available on the ThreeWeeks review team for this year’s Festival. If you know a thing or three about theatre, comedy, cabaret, music, musicals or spoken word, why not join the team? You’ll find details here – application deadline is Friday.

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Three Children’s Shows

We have loads more Three To See recommendations coming your way in the next couple of weeks. Here are three promising children’s shows to check out at Assembly and Pleasance. Read all about them here.

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Jack Tucker Q&A

Another Q&A from the file marked top Fringe comedy now. This one is with Jack Tucker who is performing his comedy stand-up hour called – well – ‘Comedy Stand-up Hour’ at Underbelly this August. Find out more here.

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Three Sketch Shows

Time for another helping of Three To See show recommendations. This package features three promising sketch shows that are respectively taking place at Pleasance Theatre, Underbelly and Just The Tonic. Find out more about all three here.

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Double Denim Q&A

How about some more chatter with some of our favourite Fringe people? We recently spoke to Michelle Brasier and Laura Frew about their ‘Double Denim Adventure Show’, which is on at Underbelly this August. Find out more about them and the show here.

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Sell more tickets!

Next week we’ll be super busy putting together the PREVIEW EDITION of ThreeWeeks. We still have a few ad spots available in it – it’s a great way to get your shows in front of thousands of ticket-buyers. For more info on rates and how to book, click here.

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Three Women In History

Once again, we are tipping lots of great shows to see at this year’s Edinburgh Festival in handy sets of three. Here are three recommended productions about women in history, including shows at Gilded Balloon and Space. Find out more.

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Robin Morgan Q&A

We have been busy chatting to some of our favourite Fringe people. Here is our Q&A with Robin Morgan who is bringing his show ‘What A Man, What A Man, What A Man, What A Mighty Good Man (Say It Again Now)’ to the The Free Edinburgh Fringe Festival this August. Read all about it.

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Three Comedy Debuts

We’ve been busy recommending shows to see at this year’s Edinburgh Festival in handy sets of three. Here are three comedy debuts to check out this Fringe, including shows at Pleasance, Gilded Balloon and Heroes Of Fringe. Find out more.

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Join the team

Review at the Edinburgh Festival! ThreeWeeks will be reviewing Edinburgh’s festival month for the 24th consecutive year this August. We have a few spots still up for grabs on our review team, so if you are planning to be around the Fringe next month and you know your theatre, comedy, cabaret, dance, musicals or spoken word, why not get involved? Details about what it involves here.

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Matthew Greenhough Q&A

We have been busy chatting to some of our favourite Fringe people. Here is our Q&A with Matthew Greenhough from Wound Up Theatre Company who are presenting shows at both Pleasance and Underbelly this August. Read all about it.

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Edinburgh 2019 incoming

With three weeks to go until ThreeWeeks starts reviewing at the Edinburgh Fringe once again, now seems like a good time to plug everything we are up to at Festival 2019. Plus we still have a couple of spots on our review team! Find out more about our coverage and how to get involved here.

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