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TELLING IDEAS IN STORY AND SONG
ONLINE AND ONSTAGE
The leading purveyors of 'sophisticated cabaret culture' (MusicalTalk) return to the Edinburgh Fringe for a third year.
C south (main theatre) venue 58 St Peter's, Lutton Place, EH8 9PE
6-31 Aug (not 18) at 17:15 (0hr55)
Tickets £8.50-£10.50 / concessions £6.50-£8.50 / children £4.50-£6.50
serves as a reminder of the hardships fought and the
rights that were fought for' Broadway Baby
This moving song cycle explores the birth of modern Human Rights. The writings of David Maxwell Fyfe, Nuremberg prosecutor and champion of the European Convention, intertwine with musical settings of poets who inspired him.
A period of consultation about the future of Human Rights is
an opportunity to
HAMMER HOME THE HISTORY
A musical snapshot of Thatcher's Britain. This traditional requiem format forms the basis of a theatrical revue, which is also a review of 17 years of Conservative rule.
'a gloriously imaginative, compulsively witty musical evocation of the ills of contemporary Britain' Big Issue