July 7, 2009
The Edinburgh Fringe is so vast – and manic – that you can tear your hair out deciding what to see. But can a producer survive Fringe fever and remain sane? James Seabright, one of the festival’s most prolific producers, says you can survive Fringe fever without going bald.
This year’s Edinburgh Fringe is the biggest ever, once again breaking its own record as the largest arts festival in the world. With 2,098 productions appearing at 265 different venues across Scotland’s capital city during August, the Fringe is as daunting as ever. And with its ever-increasing scale combined with the average visit being just a few days of the Fringe, there are tough choices to be made about which shows to see. Read more