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The Edinburgh Fringe is creeping ever closer and the excitement amongst the RSVP staff is growing each day. Our man Andrew Baker will be blogging from the Scottish capital in our “On Location” feature, but we back in London wanted to update you on who else from our lovely staff was heading across the border.

 

“One for My Baby”

Written and Directed by Anthony Orme (one of our very talented staff), although not his first written work, this will be the first professional venture by the writer and with an incredible cast and crew, all from London’s Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, this will surely be one not to miss, or forget very easily.                                                            

https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/one-for-my-baby

http://www.nowyouknowtheatrecompany.co.uk

 one for my baby

 

“After We Danced”

Our very own Samuel Freeman is starring in this NoLogo production Called “After We Danced.” Fran and Finn met in 1952, he had just completed his national service and she was living with her overly protective father. They spent one glorious summer together then never saw each other again. Sixty years later they are getting married. What are the secrets that kept them apart?

https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/after-we-danced

http://www.nologoproductions.com/

after we danced

 

“THE REMNANTS AS THYSELF AND THREADBARE”

After a short run in the west end Sophie Campbell will be heading to the Fringe for the whole month in a double production.

The Remnants: As Thyself and Threadbare make their premiere as a double bill in London this summer for one week only, before storming up to the Edinburgh Festival for the whole of August. Featuring original music direct from the USA, choreography, film, storytelling and poetry, The Remnants is a post-dramatic double-bill adventure by Isla van Tricht, who makes her London debut with her first two plays.

http://www.shrapneltheatre.com/#!remnants/coya

http://artstheatrewestend.co.uk/whats-on/the-remnants-as-thyself-and-threadbare/

remnants

 

We wish all our actors well whilst they are performing in Edinburgh, in what promises to be an absolutely fantastic year! O, and by the way ... watch out for Andrew Baker in the audience as he might be giving you a review (he's the one with the top knot).