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Posts Tagged ‘edinburgh fringe festival’

An interview with Libby Parra: Amelia’s Colourful Colouring Companion featured artist.

Libby Parra has created an intricate landscape inspired by the mountain scenery of the Tirol for my upcoming colouring book. Read on to hear more...

Written by Amelia Gregory

LIBBY PARRA risograph bugs
Libby Parra was a stand out find at the 2014 New Designers show, and I love her contribution to Amelia’s Colourful Colouring Companion, a psychedelic landscape inspired by her recent trip to the Austrian mountains.

LIBBY PARRA studio pic
LIBBY PARRA afp
You’ve been very busy since I first discovered your work at the graduate shows last year, what have you been up to?
Ahh a crazy mix of stuff I never even imagined I would be doing; lots of fun freelance work - I did flyers and online ad material for a comedy group… read more

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An interview with singer songwriter Phildel

Phildel collaborates with ethical designer Henrietta Ludgate to create a choreographed Maypole dance set to her music that will be performed at her upcoming Bush Hall gig.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Phildel by Laura Hickman. Singer songwriter Phildel celebrates the imminent launch of her debut album The Disappearance of a Girl with the launch of a special remix of her song […]

Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011 – Blood and Roses Review

A groundbreaking play by Poorboy, filled with songs, strolls and fairytales. Coming to the Edinburgh Festival today!

Written by Caitlin Sinclair

Illustration by Caroline Coates. It’s hard to know how to talk about Blood and Roses. Before witnessing it, try I had been referring to it as an ‘audio play’ but […]

From The Dark Hills

Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011 – From The Dark Hills Preview

For those attending the Edinburgh Fringe this month, we have the exclusive heads up on that play destined to be a word-of-mouth success.

Written by Georgia Takacs

With a hugely entertaining cast, decease an emotional finale, help an increasingly relevant message in light of recent unrest under the Conservative government and a ground-breaking fresh writing talent, From […]