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David Kettle

Articles By David Kettle

Edinburgh Fringe 2019 review: How Not to Drown

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 review: Arabella Weir - Does My Mum Loom Big In This?

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Edinburgh International Festival 2019 review: Total Immediate Collective Imminent Terrestrial Salvation

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Edinburgh International Festival 2019 review: Roots

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Darren McGarvey AKA Loki: Scotland Today / Scottee: Class

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Sea Sick / Vigil / When the Birds Come

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 reviews: Deer Woman / Pathetic Fallacy / Blind Date

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 review: Birth

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 review: Crocodile Fever

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Edinburgh International Festival 2019 review: La reprise

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Edinburgh Festival 2019 review: Rich Kids - A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran

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Edinburgh Festival 2019 reviews: Below the Blanket / Samson Young: Real Music

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Edinburgh Festival 2019 reviews: Enough / Spliced

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Local Hero, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh - captivating musical with a harder edge

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Possum review - mind-infecting homage to 1970s horror

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Donkeyote review - a quiet revelation

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