Bite-Size EdFringe 2019 Playlist – The BIG BITE-SIZE Breakfast Show…in our NEW Venue – The Pleasance Forth!

 

Here are the show dates and playlists to create your Bite-Size programme for this year.

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Menu One: 31 July, 3, 6, 9, 12, 16, 20, 23, 26 Aug

Menu Two: 1, 4, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24 Aug

Menu Three: 2, 5, 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, 25 Aug

Booking Link to Pleasance here: Book your tickets here!!

Bite-Size Breakfast 2019 Playlist – The Plays…

 

MENU ONE

Date with Death by Steven Hayet        

‘The world of dating is tough enough without things getting deadly’

Someone Gets Shot by Jake Martin

‘One room, two people, one gun and no way out

Mrs Thrale lays on Tea by Rob Taylor

‘Mrs Thrale was famous for her hospitality especially when Dr Johnson comes to call’

Just Desserts by David MacGregor  

‘Office work can be hell especially if someone keeps stealing your lunch’

One of our Comedians is Missing by Niall Urquhart   

‘Sometimes laughter can be a weapon – and maybe even save the world’

MENU TWO

Michael Caine’s Azaleas by Barry Wood

‘Ticking off things from your bucket list can be hard, especially of you’re stuck at the top of a rollercoaster’

Bottle for a Special Occasion by Bill Kovacsik

‘A perfect gift for a perfect send off’

Glamping by Carey Crim  

‘Camping with your partner can be bad enough but when it’s at your ex’s wedding things can get ugly….’

Apocalypto by William Knowelden    

‘It’s the end of the world but life must go on!’

Warriors UK by Thomas Willshire    

‘After a bad breakup sometimes all you can do is slap on some lycra and hit people with a pugil stick’

MENU THREE

Some Assembly Required by Tom Hartwell  

‘Wouldn’t life be easier if it came with a list of instructions? And this house hunt just went from flat pack to flat out weird!’

Noir Man by Ken Levine    

‘The Big Sleep is his favourite film, if only he could figure out the plot!’

Two’s Tales by J.P Cooper    

‘Life is what happens when you’re busy making plans but sometimes the galaxy has other ideas’

Stag Do by Thomas Willshire      

‘What do you do when you’re not ‘lad’ enough for your own stag?’

Hitwomen of Highbury by Ophelia Reid  

‘These ladies are wreaking their revenge on the most abhorrent members of their society but terribly politely you understand’

Thanks to all these brilliant writers for being so brilliant!