Meet Frankie Foxstone: self-styled Profit and bulldozing, bamboozling developer. She will take you on a whirlwind walking tour of her smashing plans for Edinburgh. It will never feel the same again. Think Dubai on Irn-Bru. This is interactive satire for the Brexit era. Gaulier-trained clown and international theatre-maker, Amy Gwilliam, brings her timely comic sensation to Edinburgh's streets. Achingly hilarious, subversive, sublime.
One of the Independent's Best Shows To See.
"Bang up satire. Clever and current without slogging one through the importance of the message. Then sneaks around and bites you in the butt! Saw this opening day. Four thumbs up!" (Carole di Tosti)
"Frankie is a glorious monster of a character. Funny. Sharp" (Dusty Limits)
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|Amy Gwilliam||Frankie Foxstone|
|Monica Corduff Gonzalez||Producer|
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