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The festival will be full of work by Etonians past and present. Here’s a taster…

DOUBLE EDGE – over 40 current Etonians in 4 shows, 12 – 18 August

Thanks to the generous support of The Fred Hood Memorial Fund and the new Michael Meredith award, the Eton-based theatre company Double Edge Drama will be presenting four shows at the Fringe this year. For tickets, please go to and type in DOUBLE EDGE.

* Almost Nothing to Do with Frogs, an off-the-wall comedy by Dan Byam Shaw and Guy Clark, with music by Guy Clark. Aug 12 – 18, White Belly 14:50 * Apples, an original piece of devised dance theatre, first seen as the Lower Boy Play 2011, directed by Rebecca Steel with a driving pop score by Tom Recknell. Aug 12 – 18, Big Belly, 12:00 * Flames over New Jersey, as seen earlier this half in the Empty Space, an innovative new play incorporating a brilliant 8 piece jazz band, by Angus Graham-Campbell and Alex Fane. Aug 12 – 18, Belly Laugh, 18:20 * Spring Awakening, a radical reinterpretation of Wedekind’s tragic masterpiece with thrilling new choral music, directed by Simon Dormandy. Aug 12 – 18, White Belly 12:55

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In addition, there are lots of Old Etonians performing, directing, writing and producing work on the Fringe this year. Below is a list of sixteen that we have heard about.

Amrou Al-Kadhi (ASR 08) acting in As You Like it; Ed Bartlam (DAE, RAAC 98), Chief Executive of The Underbelly; Nick Chambers (ex Director in Residence at Eton) directing The Golden Cowpat; Ivo Graham (CJD 08) acting / writing in Ivo Graham and Liam Williams and The Oxford Imps; Alex MacKeith (CWM, RDO-C 10) acting in As You Like it; Alex Owen (CHH, PBS 07) acting / writing in The Pin; Tom Palmer (ALHG 06) and Tom Stourton (ALHG 06) acting / writing in Totally Tom; Charlie Parham (GRP 10) directing As You Like it; Joe Parham (CWM 06) acting / writing in Kieran and The Joes; Al Roberts (CWM 05) writing / acting in Sheeps: A Sketch Show; Giacomo Sain (PB 10) directing Machinal; Ed Smith (JAP, MJP 07) acting / writing in Inheritance Blues; Hughie Stanley (CWM, RDO-C 11) writing / acting in LOLd on a Minute; Ed Wingfield (MJLB, JDN 10) acting in McClegg, Harry Williams (MAG 08) acting in Inheritance Blues; Charlie Wood (MAT 91), Chief Executive of The Underbelly.