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Trump, Diogenes, the Mitfords and Malaysian comedy: Edinburgh Fringe round-up

19 August 2023

9:00 AM

19 August 2023

9:00 AM

The Mitfords

theSpace @ Surgeons Hall, until 19 August

The Good Dad (A Love Story)

theSpace @ Surgeons Hall, until 26 August

The Briefing with Melissa McGlensey

Assembly Roxy

All About Philosophy in 100 Jokes

Laughing Horse @ The Brass Monkey, until 27 August

Matt Forde: Inside No. 10

Pleasance Courtyard, until 27 August

Rizal Van Geyzel: Arrested

Laughing Horse @ Bar 50, until 27 August

The Mitfords is a superb one-woman show by Emma Wilkinson Wright who focuses her attention on Unity, Diana and Jessica. In the early 1930s, Unity became Hitler’s lover and she lived in a luxurious Munich apartment confiscated from a wealthy Jewish family. The Führer, whom she nicknamed ‘Wolfie’, gave her the pearl-handled revolver with which she shot herself in the head shortly after Britain’s declaration of war.

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