I’m fortunate to be back in this lovely city of Edinburgh, my 9th consecutive year. Like many visitors I am excited to be here especially as I wander the streets meeting people taking photographs and seeing shows.
This is my view of the fringe which I hope you will enjoy. Scroll through the page look at the pictures and maybe this will encourage you to see something different.
Please click on the image to find all the photographs in the Gallery
Following the kind invitation to the Greenside launch I went on to find out how C Venues were getting 0n with their set up. They were in the middle of things but I managed to find the press office and was rewarded by an invite to their launch.
After photographing a number of launches and shows I took some time out to sort some pictures out for you – there will be more to come. Here is the early morning launch at 9:30 would you believe, and these are their photographs.
I find myself jumping forward to Tuesday midday and the gremlins have struck. Appointment with the ‘Apple Store’ (others are available) – update: Success and there’s nothing wrong. So back to the photos. My storage is sorted, uploads completed – on with the editing. Come back again soon to find more photos.
The morning has been taken up with editing ‘The Space’ venue launch pictures – Here they are. Don’t forget to click on the image to visit the gallery.
Some more pictures from last week – The show ‘Belly of a Drunken Piano‘ Assembly Rooms – Ballroom (Venue 20).
I returned to ‘The Space’ at Surgeons Hall a couple of days ago to photograph ‘DNA – A daring vision’ in Theatre One. This one woman show, full of atmosphere is pictured here. Click on the image below to see the gallery.
With their last show scheduled for tonight at C Venues (Venue 34) at 6:05 here are the pictures from Tartan Olé. Fear not though there will be a new show starting on Sunday.
Saturday evening at Fringe Central and I’ve just about caught up with my picture editing as I give you a selection of photos from a children’s show. Clown Town aims squarely for children as the ‘Sphere Clown Band’ involve the young members of the audience in their songs and magic.
Following my long editing session I wandered down to the ‘Liquid Rooms’ to find an intractable security guard on the door. I had been asked along to photograph ‘Beldon Haigh and the Mother Of All Bands (MOAB) at their only performance on the fringe. Unfortunately he did not wish to understand that someone had been asked to photograph them and was very unhelpful. Fortunately a quick call resolved the issue and I was allowed access to the venue. Here are the pictures.
I’m still here despite being quiet for a day or so. Each year I’m fortunate to have been invited to the ‘Death On The Fringe‘ show case, where a number of shows “that explore different aspects of death and dying”
Here I am heading towards the end of my last full day in Edinburgh, I have just finished my first run through of Witt ‘n Camp and here are the pics.
I returned home safely in the early hours of Friday morning and since then I have caught up with a few things and completed another gallery of photographs. On my last day I saw “Falkland – The War the World Forgot” at Greenside Nicholson Square.
I’ve taken plenty of photographs of a number of shows, and it has been fun. Hopefully the performers I have photographed and anyone else visiting my page have liked these pictures.
Over the next couple of weeks I hope to be able to complete this page to give a long lasting view of my fringe experience this year. I also plan to give the galleries where the pictures are hosted a make-over to give a better look and feel. Bookmark the galleries and don’t forget to come back and thanks for visiting.