Bean There, Done That: Edinburgh’s Coffee Shops- Caragh Aylett

We know that finding plays to see at the Fringe is pretty hard, but what’s harder is finding the perfect coffee shop; who does the best flat white? Where can I gaze longingly out of the window? And where can I make sure that the Wifi always connects? Don’t worry, we’ve sorted it out for you, here’s our #PickOfTheFringe for coffee, because that’s more important.

 

1. Black Medicine

First things first, Black Medicine is pretty much everyone’s favourite. With its dream location in the centre of town, on Infirmary Street, and its beautiful take out cups, Black Medicine is the Instagramers dream. There’s a huge room downstairs where you can set up camp, connect to the wifi and while away the day alongside other festival goers. They also do amazing peanut butter brownies, I’d definitely recommend.

2. Brew  Lab

With its especially-for-the-Fringe pop up shop, Brew Lab is perfectly situated on the picturesque Victoria Street. The flagship site is nestled on South College Street, near local rivals Black Medicine. It has an extensive amount of cake on offer and the pop-up branch has a great rustic feel. blackboard csub . It’s also the place where we accidentally left our Ed Fringe Review whiteboard for several days, so they’re pretty good at lost and found.

 

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Brew Lab, tucked away on South College Street (Image: STV Photos)

3. Elephants and Bagels

Not strictly a coffee shop but pretty good. Just off Nicholson Square, Elephants and Bagels is the perfect location for most Fringe venues, pop in after a show and refuel. They have a huge selection of pretty amazing bagels and the drawings of elephants on the wall are really cute, if you stay long enough you can even draw one yourself. My personal favourite was a drawing of ‘Donald Trunk’.

 

4. Hula

Good food and good coffee, what’s not to love? Hula holds a special place in my heart for two reasons. Firstly, it was the place I went to recover after seeing the worst play I’ve ever seen at the beginning of the Fringe last summer. Secondly, its lentil curry saved me from the most horrendous hangover at the end of last year’s Fringe. The coffee is pretty great and they do some incredible vegetarian food and if that isn’t enough for you, it’s right on the corner of Grassmarket so the perfect place to people watch during the festival.

 

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5. Century General Store

Probably my favourite coffee shop of them all, Century General do great coffee and they even sell locally grown strawberries. Being on the Marchmont side of the meadows, it’s the perfect place to escape the crowds and there’s outdoor seating for when the Edinburgh rain lets up. They also have another, bigger branch on Montrose Terrace on the other side of the city.

 

So there you have it- our round up of the best places to grab your midday caffeine fix.


The boss of ‘The Boss of It All’ – New Perspectives at the Edinburgh Fringe

Imogen O’Sullivan interviews Jack McNamara, director and adapter of Lars von Trier’s ‘The Boss of It All’, and Artistic Director of New Perspectives Theatre Company

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Speaking to Jack McNamara on the eve of the first preview of ‘The Boss of It All’, I’m struck by the impression of calm confidence he gives off. He has spearheaded this theatrical adaptation of a little known comedy by controversial Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier; the very first UK adaptation of his “domain” work, and this bold and ambitious decision deserves to put New Perspectives on the map.

I ask Jack why bachelor of pharmacy in canada he was so particularly taken with ‘The Boss of It All’, and he remembers watching it in 2006. Whilst being one of Trier’s least known films, and very much not a quintessential example of his style, something about the film stuck in his head, and he was left thinking ‘one day there would be something http://viagra-sildenafil-generic.com/ I could do with it’. As canadian pharmacy methadone the first piece at the helm of New Perspectives, he wanted to begin with something different, something international that could showcase the potential of companies known for cipro antibiotic rural touring productions to create

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Jack suggests that Trier’s work is innately theatrical brent air pharmacy in style, more so than other filmmakers, identifying buy lanoprazole without prescription in his work themes of performance and role-playing, particularly prevalent in ‘The Boss of it All’. The plot device of an actor hired to play an elusive office boss in order to carry out the firm’s dirty work has realms of potential for self-referential metatheatricality, which poses its own challenge to a director. McNamara states his clear intention not to make the piece ‘too knowing’ or overly tongue-in-cheek, instead focusing on the reality of ‘these poor people finding themselves in a theatrical situation’. He believes that Trier’s work cialis generic pharmacy high blood pressure interests itself in both underlining and eliminating the idea of artifice, whilst simultaneously exploring what artifice can add to art, an issue that Jack sees theatre directors in particular as struggling with. The mindset of Trier as a filmmaker makes ‘The Boss of It All’ powerfully appropriate for adaptation to a theatrical medium.

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the way he has approached the piece, and he responds that, whilst he wants to evoke the characteristic spirit and excitement of Trier’s work, he wasn’t interested in using gimmicks to make it overly ‘experimental’ in style. Trier’s sense of experimentation arose out of a reactionary response to the cinema

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At this turning point in his career, the deeper questions of leadership and responsibility raised by ‘The Boss of It All’ are close to home for McNamara. Trier’s work questions whether there is such a thing as a leader, or whether it is simply a matter of posturing and role-playing. It also engages with ideas of morality, and where the moral responsibilities of leadership lie female viagra in chennai – do your morals change with your job title? This is a question my conversation with Jack leaves me pondering. As the boss of ‘The Boss of It All’, McNamara has taken on an exciting challenge that proves rural touring companies like http://genericviagra-rxstore.com/ New Perspectives can produce provocative work of national and international significance.

Imogen O’Sullivan

 

‘The Boss of It

All’ is on at Assembly Roxy until August 26th. Tickets can be found at edfringe.com.


Anything But Idle – Idle Motion bring Turing and Borges to the Edinburgh Fringe

 

Thea Hawlin talks to Idle Motion’s Creative Director, Paul Slater.

 

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Idle Motion are a company that are anything but idle. Beginning ‘as essentially a school group’, over the past six years they have carved out a striking profile as a contemporary and original devised ensemble, taking inspiration from companies such as Complicite and Kneehigh. Juliet Stevenson, the company’s patron, is a firm believer that

‘at the heart of all theatre lies the concept of ensemble’ and sees the group as taking this idea ‘as their inspiration’. They ‘don’t set http://busystreetsocial.com/wsp/40mg-nolvadex out with a formula’ and yet are able to create moving and inspiring pieces of theatre that span decades and bring together generations.

Ensemble celebrex dosage is at the core of Idle Motion: ‘It’s all collaborative’, declares Paul Slater the Creative Artistic Director enthusiastically, ‘all highly collaborative’. Slater is a fan of plural pronouns, throughout the time I spent talking to him he used ‘we’ more naturally than ‘I’, a testimony to his striking humility, reminiscing about the ensemble’s formation by students merely ‘dusting off’ their old drama teacher—a notion that seems unthinkable when in person Slater is so full of energetic movement. He rejects the idea of himself as a prime mover, however: ‘I wouldn’t describe cialis myself as somebody that just stands there and tells everybody else what to do. generic cialis online All I do is open things and unpick things a little bit ordering erythromycin more and then that allows us to create more work.’

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These severe transitions appear in a number of their shows, viagra & skin cancer with a split narrative contrasting modern and historical being a familiar feature. When asked if this is a deliberate move Slater responds, amused, ‘things kind of happen…there is no formula’. He emphasizes the spontaneous nature of the theatre the group create, ‘what we do is devise stories around material, so when we were looking at Bletchley Park, the second narrative is the story of the Park itself and how it was nearly bulldozed in the 80s and turned into a supermarket. And we didn’t actually realise this until we went [there],so angered by it, so frustrated by it, that actually something that was so central could be so easily forgotten.’ It was the moment when he realised ‘that this story needs to be told’. For Slater, by the end of the devising process the final show is merely ‘pulling the best threads of that material’ – a movement that reveals multilayered narratives almost unconsciously.

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use of props. In some pieces we can spot ‘prop motifs’ like the reappearing books in Borges and I (a show that is itself reappearing this Fringe), or the Vanishing Horizon’s multipurpose suitcases. Slater reveals filing cabinets will feature in their most recent venture: ‘I said I want to see 100 filing cabinets onstage’. Sadly only four have made

their way to Edinburgh but Slater assures me it feels like a hundred ‘from the number of things that come out from them!’

Although literary inspirations feed into a show such as Borges and I Slater reveals how the smallest everyday things make it into the company’s work: ‘some of the dialogue of The Seagull Effect actually came from overhearing a couple arguing on a train’. This feedback between stage and world is echoed in Slater’s own interactions between his role as Company Director and Head of Drama at canada pharmacy colleges a local state school. The contrast between these roles, daunting to some, is something that Slater enjoys, relishing celebrex 200 mg both the ‘credibility’ his teaching gives him and the wider ‘playing field’ that

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Flowers, lawnmowers, and violent secrets – Gardening: for the Unfulfilled and Alienated by Brad Birch

 

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I ask Hannah whether the knowledge that the intimate performance space will highlight every nuance of emotion to her small audiences has altered her directorial decisions, and she responds that Gardening is like ‘screen acting live’. She explains that the most important thing for her is to ensure the limited staging and intimate atmosphere don’t detract from the scale or emotional depth of Owain’s story. With the limitations of cast size and space, the performance has to be quite http://canadianpharmacy-storerx.com/ static, but static does not have to mean flat. Hannah describes how, during early rehearsals, she encouraged Richard to use a much larger rehearsal space than the tiny confines of the marked-out shed. This gave him the vast space necessary in order to award the big themes of the play with the weight that they need, before this metformin from canada sense of the epic is then condensed and intensified within the walls of a garden shed. Hannah’s hope for this close relationship between audience and actor is that the intensity will override the potential for awkwardness by engulfing the audience in affection for Owain; ‘it should be funny and it should be chatty and it should be a bit claustrophobic’.

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Hannah quotes a line cut from the first draft of the script: ‘it goes from seed to stalk to flower and straight to happiness’, to explain that the essence of gardening is the satisfaction you get from seeing something beautiful arise from your own hard work: ‘you get out what you put in’. I can only hope Hannah has a similar sense of satisfaction tadalafil when Gardening takes off at Edinburgh.

 

‘Gardening: for the Unfulfilled and Alienated’ is on at The Pleasance Courtyard from 1st-25th August (not 6th, 13th, 20th). Tickets are available from www.edfringe.com

 

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