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The Edinburgh Fringe

Edinburgh is a delightful place to visit but was never on my map of MUST-SEE , MUST-DO places…that was before I discovered the EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL.

Edinburgh plays host in August to the Largest Arts Festival in the world with almost 50,000 shows every year. The entire city welcomes the artistes and audiences during August with an array of colors and tons of warmth! To spend August or even a bit of August in Edinburgh is an experience like none other!

The Royal Mile is the place to be and with thousands of shows happening every 15 minutes choices are aplenty! You are sure to catch some future comic geniuses and a couple of Hollywood superstars who use this festival to help them re-connect with the joys of live performance!

Our play ‘A PERSONAL WAR- STORIES OF THE MUMBAI TERROR ATTACKS,’ premiered at this festival. This was our stepping stone to international acclaim and it was the passion for the arts and the pure love of theatre this city has that spurred us on to receive all the numerous accolades that were so kindly bestowed on this tiny play!

The city is a melting pot for artists. You will find people who understand your madness, your passion and your insanity. With the vibrance and creativity this city has, your own creative soul quite literally sings!

My Must-Do’s in Edinburgh…next week…

I’m a bit under the weather today and dreaming of an incredible trip is only making me feel more nostalgic and a bit sad- MUST TRAVEL NOW!

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Posted on September 12, 2012, in Edinburgh, Europe, Personal, Scotland and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I loved Edinburgh when I visited it many years ago especially the walk upto the castle. Holyrood House was a disappointment though.

  2. Trust you enjoyed the Haggis

  3. Sounds a delightful place. Will make a detour to Edinburgh when I go to the United Kingdom next

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