Edinburgh Fringe Diary Day Three

Day three was cold and wet and miserable.  So with no shows due until later, we decided to be cultural and see some of the city and went on a bus tour.  We chose City Sightseeing (www.city-sightseeing.com) with their distinctive red busses but there was plenty of choice for tours from the stop at the top of the High Street, by the Castle, where we got on.  It was informative and entertaining and we discovered that many many cafe’s were laying claim to where a certain author wrote about a certain boy wizard.

After getting flyered by the many who were out and about braving the elements we went for lunch.  Gordon’s Trattoria again (www.gordonstrattoria.com).  We had the most delicious lasagne – it was everything we thought it would be and more.  The garlic and rosemary focaccia and for the best dessert ever I had sticky toffee pudding and Jo had chocolate fudge cake.  They looked like a work of art and tasted like heaven.  The staff are friendly, the service amazing and the food sublime – you must, MUST visit Gordon’s and if you do – tell them fairypowered sent you.

More flyering and people watching before our first show of the day – a very funny tale of overcoming zombies by being northern in the Assembly.  Followed by a comedy psychic medium who might actually have turned out to be real.  Either way both were 5* shows and you can read the reviews on here and on facebook and twitter

Tom and Bunny Save the World http://fairypoweredproductions.com/tom-bunny-save-world-review/

Tom Binns is Ian D Montfort http://fairypoweredproductions.com/tom-binns-ian-d-montfort-review/

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