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Three To See on 13 Aug: Adam Riches, Racing Minds, The History Of Music

By | Published on Wednesday 12 August 2015

Racing Minds

Three recommended shows for Thursday at the Edinburgh Festival 2015.

Adam Riches is Coach Coach
Our Week One cover star is award-collector Adam Riches, with his character Coach Coach and an all-Fringe-star cast of ten along for the ride. Find out more about that cast from Coach Coach himself here. And make sure to check out the show at the Pleasance Dome.
Pleasance Dome, until 30 Aug.

Aaaand Now For Something Completely Improvised (pictured)
There’s improv a plenty at this festival of course, but high up our list of improvised recommendations is this show. “Improv group Racing Minds inform us that ‘anything can happen’ and, having witnessed the madness for myself, I can’t disagree” reckons our wowed reviewer.
Pleasance Dome, until 31 Aug.

The History Of Music
Another top musical recommendation from the Fringe’s kid’s programme now, a wonderfully daft exploration of the history of music. “The musical examples are played and acted out by a first class brass quintet, with a likeable flair for humour and pleasing a crowd without uttering a word” noted our reviewer. A must for Fringe-going families, then.
New Town Theatre, until 30 Aug.

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Photo by John Cairns