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Three To See on 7 Aug: Phil Wang, Rosie Wilby, John Robertson

By | Published on Sunday 6 August 2017

Three to see at the Edinburgh Festival on Monday 7 Aug…

Phil Wang: Kinabalu | Pleasance Courtyard | 7.00pm + 10.45pm (pictured)
Today’s Three To See features performers who all appear on our TW:TALKS podcast this festival. First up, the brilliant Phil Wang, who is back in stand-up mode at this year’s Fringe after doing the sketch thing last year as one third of Daphne (though they are doing two special shows this month, plus you can hear their radio show on the BBC RadioPlayer). Check out our interview with Phil here, and then check out his rather fine new stand-up show ‘Kinabalu’ – there are two chances to see it on Monday.

Rosie Wilby: The Conscious Uncoupling | Laughing Horse @ The Counting House | 6.30pm
Next, TW favourite Rosie Wilby, who brings new show ‘The Conscious Uncoupling’ to the Free Festival this month. It’s the third part in a trilogy of shows on relationships. You can find out more about how the trilogy came about in this week’s TW:TALKS. And then go check out the show for yourself.

John Robertson: Dominant | The Stand | 6.15pm
The ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winning John Robertson is in town this year with his brilliant interactive ‘The Dark Room’ show (both a kids version and the usual version) and a new hour of stand-up in the form of ‘Dominant’. He’ll talk about both when he appears on TW:TALKS later this month. Sign up to the podcast to hear that when it goes live – and then book your tickets to his shows.

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