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More artistic mileage in Yes

Peter Graystone

by Peter Graystone

Posted: 05 Sep 2014 @ 12:23

Peter Graystone got into the politics

YOU don't see the Edinburgh Fringe; you can't see the Edinburgh Fringe: 3193 shows sprawl across the city with unbounded variety, brought by companies limited only by imagination and recklessness in throwing away their life's savings. Themes invariably emerge, however, even in the fragment that any one person experiences.

Unsurprisingly, the referendum on Scottish independence was one of those themes in 2014. It was approached solemnly in the Book Festival and satirically in the ...

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