Fantastic opportunities for anyone interested in performance and able to reach Edinburgh!
Discover 21 is Edinburgh’s newest – and smallest – permanent theatre space. The D21 Club relates to great events including plays, workshops, hire of space, and more…
The D21 Club.
Hyde & Seek
Of the shows I’ve reviewed for Edinburgh Spotlight this Edinburgh Fringe Festival, here are the top ones which are still playing:
Shakespeare for Breakfast
Hamlet (C too)
The Player’s Advice to Shakespeare
Human Child (children’s show)
Shows still playing, seen but not reviewed and worth catching:
Hyde & Seek
Such a Nice Girl
along with free shows:
New Room Theatre: The Second Half (note that two monologues are being performed, the third mentioned will be on at a later date: keep an eye on Discover 21 for that)
Be sure to comment below, if you have any last minute Fringe recommendations, or if you have your eye on upcoming International Festival shows you think are worth a mention…
Looking for last minute Xmas present? Check out this suggestion…
Coming soon – 1933: Eine Nacht im Kabarett | Tightlaced Theatre.
One of the hardest things for many performers is actually promoting themselves and their work – too often, we can feel awkward about putting ourselves out there and ‘blowing our own trumpets’.
Promoting ourselves is part of our work, however, an essential aspect of the business. Be reasonable, of course – whatever that means to you, remembering that what is thought reasonable will vary among those you are trying to reach – but make sure you and what you do are ‘out there’ in the consciousness of others in the business and of the public at large, as much as you are able.
With that in mind, here is information from my agency about my current show, the award-winning ‘Grace Under Pressure’ by Richard Morris, presented by Black Dingo Productions as part of their major 5-day launch…
The Masques Blog
This is a challenging role for me as an actor and it is part of a very exciting project: Black Dingo Productions are looking to assist – with funding, teching, casting and advising – grass-roots theatre in Edinburgh, a brilliant bit of news for theatre companies.
So, go check this out, and remember to promote yourself and your shows too!
It’s live! You can now find the City of Edinburgh Council’s survey about changes to Public Entertainment Licensing online.
Make sure you tell them what you think about their proposals re. licences for free events!
If you are not yet in the picture re. these changes, check out the importance of this campaign and the basics of what is involved and what is going on.
Further related posts on this blog (including the Edinburgh Public Meeting and delegation to the Edinburgh Council) can be found in the ‘Public Entertainment Licence Fiasco’ category.