Bite-Size EdFringe 2017 Playlist – Breakfast & Lunch Shows Announced!

Welcome to our exciting Edinburgh 2017 Breakfast & Lunch Show programme!

Bite-Size Quad Board 2Here are the show dates and playlists to create your Bite-Size programme for this year. Remember, you can get 1 Breakfast Menu + 1 Lunch Show for a special Combination ticket price of just £20 (£18 concessions) – saving you ££!!

BREAKFAST MENU 1 – 10.30am daily on Aug 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 18, 21, 25, 28

BREAKFAST MENU 2 – 10.30am on Aug 3, 6, 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26

BREAKFAST MENU 3 – 10.30am on Aug 4, 7, 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27

strawberry girlAll breakfast menus are served up with fresh tea/coffee, croissant and strawberries by the cast in the bright, dry and airy Pleasance Dome Atrium. See below for more menu details…

Performances daily Aug 2-28 in the Queen Dome amphitheatre – not 15/22

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Lunch Hour 1 Image loresLUNCH HOUR 1 – BEST BITES

This show is another NEW selection of cast favourites from our 2006-2011 shows.  See below for more menu details…

Ace Dome 12.30pm daily Aug 5-28 – not 15/22

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A sharply funny, moving new play from Kevin Jones, writer of one of our past favourite ten-minute plays.  See below for more details…

Gilded Balloon Teviot Square – Turret 12.15pm daily Aug 2-28 – not 15/22

Click here to book Bite-Size Lunch-Hour 2: Izzy’s Manifestos NOW!



A Night to Remember by Andrew Turner

Rebrand by Aileen Quinn & James Quinn

Wishes by Mark Harvey Levine

I Do by William Knowelden

Valkyrie at the Roller Disco by Seamus Sullivan


I Don’t Know by James McLindon

Scripted by Mark Harvey Levine

Mama’s Eggnog by Angela Stern

Stuck by Christopher Lockheardt

Attack of the Killer Banana Spider by John Moorhouse


Lifetime by Angie Farrow

Fightbook by James McLindon

A Different Time by Lisa Holdsworth

Emperor’s New Clothes by Derek Webb

Whiskey by William Knowelden

Lunch Hour 1 Image loresBEST BITES Selection (LUNCH HOUR 1)

Nice People by Gareth Brierley

Key to the Mystic Halls of Time by Matt Cassarino

Uncomfortable Silences by Andrew O’Keefe

The Interpreter by Jonathan Kaufman

Match Point by Chris Widney

Perfect Stillness by Jane Miller


Claira lores“Forget seize the day, seize every second of every hour, even if that does leave you dressed as a nun feeding the birds in your lunch-hour. That’s Izzy’s manifesto.” IZZY

THE PLAY: Just do as she says and everything will be fine. It’s time to think outside the box, go crazy, go skydiving or just go to a different pub this Friday.  Running at something is better than just running away, right? Or maybe it’s both?

Especially when you start referring to yourself in the third person.

IZZY’s Manifestos is a sharply funny, moving new play by Cardiff’s Kevin Jones (twice Bafta-Cymru nominated television drama editor). Touching on friendship, loss and love, the play explores themes of mental illness, abandonment, living for the moment and occupying that space outside the norm…in the most normal of settings.

You think you have your whole life ahead of you, you know who you are but not what you want. In a world where there is so much choice, how can you possibly decide who you want to be at such a young age? Izzy can’t choose, there are so many wonderful things she could do, wonderful people she could be…’An acrobat, a deep-sea diver, a space traveller!’ Her father, her mentor, tells her ‘you have to choose’.

So, she does. She wants to be EVERYTHING.