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Fuel at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015

“One of the richest experiences on this year's Fringe” The Scotsman, 2011

We return to Edinburgh this summer with four shows that should not be missed.

David Rosenberg and Glen Neath's Fiction is coming to the Pleasance Dome, inviting you to meander through a dreamscape.

Racheal Ofori and Tom Stuart bring their exciting first solo shows Portrait and I Am Not Myself These Days to the Pleasance for their Scottish premieres.

And in the last week only, start your day with Clod Ensemble's The Red Chair, a dark original fairytale told in a luscious Scots dialect.

We will be at the British Council Showcase Trade Fair on Friday 28th August but if you can't see us there you can find promoter's information for our shows here.

It is possible to see all the shows in one day (except 17 & 24), so here's a handy timetable...

10am The Red Chair (24-30 only), Summerhall

#RedChair

12 noon Fiction, Pleasance Dome: King Dome

#Fiction

1.20pm Portrait, Pleasance Dome: Ten Dome

#Portrait

4.15pm I Am Not Myself These Days, Pleasance Courtyard: Beneath

#NotMyself

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  • Portrait

    Fuel presents Racheal Ofori’s Portrait  A frank, fun and provocative look at the trials and tribulations of modern life as seen through the...

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  • Fiction

    Fiction by Glen Neath and David Rosenberg David Rosenberg & Glen Neath’s Fiction, a sequel to sell-out show Ring, heads out on a second...

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  • I Am Not Myself These Days

    Fuel presents I Am Not Myself These Days Written and performed by Tom Stuart Adapted from the autobiography by Josh Kilmer-Purcell  Directed by Nick Bagnall Designed...

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  • The Red Chair

    Clod Ensemble The Red Chair Written & performed by Sarah Cameron "A tour de force brawly spoken!" EDINBURGH GUIDE ☆☆☆☆☆ "This woman has spark. There are not...

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