Ticket Offers: Edinburgh Festival
Saturday 15 August 1998
The Pleasance (venue 33):
10 pairs of tickets for the first 10 at the box office.
+4.35pm: Plackets and Pockets Young Pleasance in a wicked restoration romp with real women behaving really badly. Nell Gwynn leads a disreputable band of tarts, fops and rascals. A fun-filled frolic for all the family.
The Cafe Royal (venue 47):
5 pairs of tickets
+9.45pm: Still Playing The Fool - Philip Jeays performs songs expressing his take on the world, with humour and acerbic wit.
Calder's Gilded Balloon
5 pairs of tickets for each show.
+1pm-3pm: Flying Machine Theatre, 150 Cigarettes - Main Theatre
+ 5.15pm-6.15pm: John Butler Drives The Full Montego - Backstage 1
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