Aberdeen's fringe

08/30/1999
Every August, the city of Edinburgh hosts an arts festival, in which the city's main theaters, concert halls, and art galleries put on a wide range of "high art."Alongside the main festival, an alternative feast of small-scale shows takes place in rooms above pubs and small theaters-in fact, any space large enough to hold a small crowd.The Edinburgh Fringe, as it is known, is a launching pad for Britain's new talent, particularly in comedy. Acts range from the amateurish, through the surreal and the bizarre, to the strikingly original.Further north, every second September, the city of Aberdeen puts on its own show, Offshore Europe. This year, it takes place during Sept. 7-10, and ...
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