Who? The Latebloomers
Where? Assembly Rooms – Bijou (Venue)
What are your feelings as you enter into this year’s Edinburgh Fringe season?
We are all very excited to hit the stage! The size of the fringe is quite intimidating however we feel ready and have some solid support going into the Fringe.
What is the premise of your Edinburgh show this year?
Our show is called Scotland! The premise is three silly men take their audience on a wild ride through the ancient lands of Scotland. We have taken the world’s view of all things Scottish and mashed them together as a celebration of this great nation.
What is the biggest obstacle you face(d) while putting this show together?
What was the best short bread and whisky to use for the show. Very important. Oh and putting together a self-devised comedy without a director or clear storyline is a challenge. But we got there in the end!
Has your attitude towards the Fringe changed at all in recent years?
This is our first time performing together at the Edinburgh Fringe so it’s all new for us. We know how big it is and how it’s hard to stand out, however it’s a wonderful platform for new artists to showcase their work and talents.
Do you have any other Edinburgh show recommendations?
Oh yes! Sir David and His Animals by Clownfish Theatre, Chameleon by Britt Plumber, The Establishment: Le Bureau de Strange, Serena Flynn in Baubo: Goddess of Filth, Claire Parry: Intolerable Side Effects, On The Run: The Re-Birth of Meadow Rain.
Where would you like to be in a year’s time?
Touring our show Scotland! in France, Russia, Finland and China. Also playing our upcoming, untitled new show. The shows must go on!