At the Fringe # 3 | A dramaturgical guide to the galaxy

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Expensive Shit / credit: Sally Jubb

Award winning writer and director Adura Onashile chats about her play Expensive Shit, and Alex Kelly from Third Angel gets metaphysical

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For the third episode of At The Fringe, host Gareth K Vile invites Alex Kelly down from Summerhall to talk about 600 People and his disappointment at the thought of no alien life, and Adura Onashile, who has recently won a Fringe First for her Traverse play, Expensive Shit. Also joining Gareth in the studio is Alan Miller; the DJ and wise man from Glasgow offers his top tips for the Fringe.

Show notes
00:00:32 – Alex Kelly (Company: Third Angel) for 600 People.
00:11:48 – Music from Godspeed You! Black Emperor
00:13:20 – Alan Miller (DJ Hush) recommends: Penny Arcade: Longing Lasts Longer, Red, Denton and Me, Break Yourself, Lady Rizo: Multiplied, Christeene: Trigger and Often Onstage.
00:21:02 – Music from Godspeed You! Black Emperor
00:21:30 – Adura Onashile (Expensive Shit)

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At the Fringe is co-created by Gareth K Vile (host) and Annie Kolemen (producer). Music: Godspeed You! Black Emperor. Equipment supplied by Subcity Radio.

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Expensive Shit

  • 3 stars

Experience the story of a Nigerian nightclub toilet attendant, working in the toilets of a fictional club based on the Shimmy Club in Glasgow. Ages 16+.

600 People

  • 4 stars

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