If you’re heading to the Edinburgh Fringe, say goodbye to your usual bedtime. Seriously, forget about being snuggled up under your duvet by 11.30 – you’ll be classified as a ‘wimp’ and commanded to get the first train from Waverley back to London. Throughout the month, shows take place right through to the wee small hours, and after that, it’s time for a late-license drink (obviously).
At the late-night shows you’ll often find the most bizarre happenings, but weirdo ‘Fringe-only’ experiences don’t just happen post-midnight, they take place at any time of day or night. So, here are our top tips for late-night shows and odd nights out.
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