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Bringing a show to the Edinburgh Fringe?

If you are mad enough to bring your show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this is for you. The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is the world’s largest Arts festival and runs over three weeks every August all over Edinburgh. The festival caters to every type of show including theatre, comedy, dance, physical …

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YouTube is set to launch a live television service aimed at cord cutters that offers around 40 US cable and broadcast networks. YouTubeTV, which will cost US$35 for six accounts, will offer subscribers access to all original programming from the Google-owned service’s pay offering YouTube Red. It will also make …

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The 10 Tweets That Sum Up The Oscars

So if you haven’t heard there was on big F**k up at the Oscars last night. This one would give Steve Harvey a run for his money. See the video below to witness a lot of awkwardness. When something like this happens however, it gives the rest of us a chance …

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Meryl Streep: The Comedy Actress

Meryl Streep is the Queen of acting.  The 67 year old is probably best known for her more serious roles in films such as Sophie’s Choice, The Deer Hunter and One True Thing. If any one can make us cry from a moving performance it’s this woman. However there is a …

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Rickey Gervais brings his hugely anticipated new tour HUMANITY to 3Arena on 24 June. Ricky and MCD have allocated some of the best seats to be priced at market value for this show. All artist profits from the sale of these Platinum tickets will be split between ISPCC / Childline and …

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