The Fringe and the Book Festival are all done and dusted for another year, while the International Festival still has a few more days to go (though that'll change in 2015). So while the topic still has some relevance to it, here are Spank's Pals with a couple of pages to themselves to talk about their highlights and lowlights of the 2014 Edinburgh Festival. This is the first one: the second one is over here.
Reviewed today: Applied Mathematics: Spoken Word For Geeks, Off The Top, The Warriors: A Love Story.
Reviewed today: Anthem For A Doomed Youth, Cuckooed, Ute Lemper.
Reviewed today: Bridget Christie: An Ungrateful Woman, The Day The Pope Emptied Croy, The Festival Wheel, John Bishop: Work In Progress, John Byrne: Sitting Ducks, Karen McCombie & Catherine Wilkins, Otway, Richard Herring: Lord Of The Dance Settee, Stewart Lee: A Room With A Stew, When It Rains.
Reviewed today: Alun Cochrane: (Me Neither), The God That Comes, Lyn Gardner On The Art Of Critical Writing, Rubberbandits: Continental Fistfight, Sara Pascoe Vs History, Taekwon Percussion Performance: BIGABI.
Reviewed today: All Back To Bowie's, Andrew O'Neill's History Of Heavy Metal, Chef, Free Gaza!, Thrill Me.
Reviewed today: Janis Joplin: Full Tilt, Katsura Sunshine, Larkin About, Robin Ince's Blooming Buzzing Confusion, Set List, Stuart Kelly On Moby Dick, Totally Ninja Close-Up Magic Show.
Reviewed today: Andrew O'Neill: Mindspiders, Danny Bhoy, James III: The True Mirror, Mark Watson's Comedywealth Games, Mervyn Stutter's Pick Of The Fringe, This Is Brasil.
Reviewed today: Bloody Trams, Robert Newman's New Theory Of Evolution.