McLean-Williams at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019

This year McLean-Williams has three shows with our clients in as part of the month-long arts extravaganza that dominates the entirety of Edinburgh with over 2.5 million tickets sold for nearly 3,400 across 300 venues in 2017 and numbers only increasing since then!

Lizzie Mounter will be starring in Lung Theatre’s Who Cares at Summerhall (Venue 26) from the 31st of July until the 25th of August. Co-produced with The Lowry in Manchester and having just completed a national tour, this hard-hitting and illuminating piece into the everyday lives and struggles of young carers adapted from real-life testimonies. This incisive piece of verbatim theatre has already been featured on critics’ lists of Fringe favourites so get tickets while you can!

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Chelcie Thomas co-stars in Rage, But Hope at Summerhall (Venue 26) from the 13th to the 17th of August. Written by award-winning writer Stephanie Martin, it tells seven interconnected vibrant and diverse stories inspired by the Extinction Rebellion uprisings earlier this year which ground major UK cities to a standstill. This show is being produced by The Earth Ensemble, a collaboration of actors, writers, poets and musicians to came together during the ER uprisings in London to create theatre that engages people directly and shines a light on the crisis of climate change. 

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Max Percy co-stars in George at the Pleasance Dome (Venue 23) from the 31ast of July until the 26th of August. Having already received glowing reviews when it was performed at the Camden People’s Theatre this spring, Contingency Theatre’s brand of wild physical performance with pitch-dark humour arrives at the Fringe. It tells the story of a man named George (shocking I know but bear with me) and the life-changing opportunity he gets to meet the mysterious “J”, leaving his old life behind and setting off on a course of self-discovery revealing the howling madness of modern living.

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