Edinburgh Comedy Awards chief warns of ‘terrible’ performances
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Thursday 04 September 2008
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Friday 15 August 2008
Everyone agrees that The Wire is a great classic; it has been called the best series ever made by television, anywhere. It looks to me very much like a work of the highest literary art. As British viewers watch it heading into the later stretches of its fifth and last series, it maintains the power and range that have left everyone who has ever seen it struggling for superlatives. But – let's admit it – you haven't seen it; it's quite likely you haven't even heard of it. The first episode of this last series, broadcast on the FX cable channel, gathered only 38,000 viewers. It's a complete scandal.
Tuesday 05 August 2008
The head of Edinburgh's most prestigious comedy awards has warned that the "spirit of the Fringe" is in danger of being lost because of the attention given to the festival's largest venues.
Thursday 31 July 2008
Blue skies over Edinburgh's Royal Mile did much to help fill the streets and create a pre-festival buzz yesterday. But the anticipation felt by hundreds of thousands of fans heading for the Fringe Festival, many travelling across the globe to be in Scotland's first city, was beginning to wear thin by mid-afternoon.
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