For you today a very special gift, a Christmas episode of the Politigiggle podcast featuring Nanu-Nanu contributor Richard Hanrahan and some fresh comics faces from Edinburgh blindly chatting away for a bit. Join them in the new year for a new series, and more deliberate attempts at making funnies, by going to politigiggle.com/podcast and subscribing to the podcast!
During In Session’s
Fringe specials in August, we were delighted to welcome Seafieldroad aka Andrew Eaton-Lewis into the studio to sing a few songs and tell a few tales. Lily and Andrew had an in depth discussion about songwriting, inspiration, and details of Seafieldroad’s upcoming concept album
“Through The Night”. You can find Seafieldroad’s music at http://seafieldroad.bandcamp.com
2. Circle The Wagons
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Alex Howard of Charlotte Productions joined us in the studio to chat about upcoming theatre production: Twelfth Night 1912. Expect Suffragettes, divine English accents and yellow cross-gartered stockings.
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Tonight's Nanu LIVE is back to being exactly that, live. Tune in to freshair.org.uk at 7pm for our most packed episode yet.
Alex Howard, cast member of Twelfth Night 1912, will be joining the team in the studio to chat about Laura Witz's adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic tale presented by Charlotte Productions. If you have any questions for Alex comment below. For more information on the play check out www.charlotte-productions.co.uk and to buy tickets head to xtspro.com/-/twelfth-night/.
Discussion this week will turn to two photography exhibitions currently in Edinburgh. A Hero Of The True West is currently on
display at Summerhall showcasing Jim Marshall's work with Johnny Cash, more information can be
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m-marshall/”>found here. The Edinburgh International Festival appointed Sally Jubb Festival Photographer 2012, an exhibition of her work can be found at The Hub on the Royal Mile. Information about the exhibition can be found here and Sally's website can be found here.
Elyse will also be covering the intimate Franz Ferdinand gig that she attended on Friday at Mono in Glasgow, to celebrate we will be playing some Franz Ferdinand B-Sides. Check out Elyse's review of the show here.
This weekend The Vagina Monologues visited Edinburgh and two of our contributors to this weeks show went to see it, it was the guys. We will also have our weekly Edinburgh culture and lifestyle recommendations.
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Technical difficulties continue to plague this series of In Session as last week's sublime Hiva Oa session is further delayed due to recording issues in the studio. Fortunately, this was not a problem in the last show where Christian made his full return to the broadcasting team alongside Lily as In Session welcomed Stirling-based singer-songwriter and creative force End of Neil into the studio. Neil was an absolute pleasure to talk to as In Session explored the End of Neil persona, the creative processes which stem from his artwork, and his industriousness for keeping up a habit of writing a song every night for the last few years. End of Neil is a bit of a surprise package as this mustachioed (Neil's mospace) and exuberant young gent performs with a depth of character and passion which resonate from each of his songs, exposing a musician reaching maturity in their song-writing and performances. As Neil aims to play over 100 gigs in 2013, In Session recommends you keep an eye out for this self-professed “low-key, low-fi troubadour” appearing at open mics
and support slots across the country as End of Neil is a rare talent lurking in the circuit.
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