Great Shows at the Edinburgh Fringe!

Two Shades of Blue Promotions are delighted to be supporting five great shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. We have comic theatre, music, and children’s entertainment and storytelling this year.

Childrens Entertainment and Storytelling

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Damsels in Success: Fairytales Retold (Until 31st August, 11.30am, 5-7 year olds)

Jeremy, Rose and Alex’s parents are going to a ball and they leave the children in the charge of a teenage neighbour. Join them all as they retell traditional fairytales in new ways with help from the audience and whatever items are to hand. Fun, funny and just a little bit silly.


The Secret Garden (Until 31st August, 1.40pm, 7-10 year olds)

After the death of her parents in India, Mary Lennox is sent to live with her uncle at Misselthwaite Manor, a house that holds many secrets, not least a mysterious locked garden. A faithful adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s famous story about the transformative powers of friendship and nature; incorporating live music and puppetry.


Waking Beauty (Until 31st August 6.30pm, 13+)

Once upon a time lived a maiden. She dreamt her whole life of marrying the prince. But just as her happily ever after begins, a strange sickness takes hold. What if her happiness isn’t the fairytale ending?

Music

Legend Of The Fat Pack – The Chunkiest Swing Singers You’ve Never Heard Of!
24th-30th August 21.50

fatPack Promptly escaping from a maximum security health farm, they started eating crisps...
Today, still wanted by Diet Club, they survive as soldiers of swing....

If you've a song, if no one else can sing it, and you're at the Fringe, maybe you can experience…
The Fat Pack!

Swing classics and songs you wouldn't expect. From Dean to Disney, Garland to Green Day. Big voices! Big entertainment! Big waistlines! Free Doughnut!

Comic Theatre
Death Actually: A Necromantic Comedy 24th-30th August 16.10

DeathActuallyMeet Jack: a mortician’s assistant fed up with life, and indeed death. Meet Belinda: she was mourning, but now she’s dead. Jack’s thanking his lucky stars that the mysterious Countess, with oddly sharp teeth and a neck fixation, has offered necromantic assistance to bring Belinda back. But Belinda’s found herself in the arms of some devilish competition, and who’s to say she isn’t happier down there? Turns out Hell isn’t empty, just full of hipsters, but the devils are up here inviting you to join in the fun with lethal puns and dead funny songs!