Final Eight Performers Announced for SCRIBBLE at Edinburgh Fringe

Final Eight Performers Announced for SCRIBBLE at Edinburgh FringeThe final eight performers who will take to the stage of the Assembly Roxy Theatre to perform the supporting role of Scribble for the last week of the Edinburgh Fringe have been announced. The creative team are delighted to share the group of actors, which includes fellow Fringe performers and actors who collectively have appeared at the Traverse Theatre, Tron Theatre, on BBC One drama The Replacement and given CATS Award-winning performances. Each actor will be performing for the first time each day script unseen with no rehearsals beforehand throughout the final week of the Edinburgh Festival.

Saturday 19th - Kane Power

Sunday 21st - Rosalind McAndrew

Monday 22nd - Clare Marcie

Wednesday 23rd - Nicole Cooper

Thursday 24th - Maria Oller

Friday 25th - Kim Allan

Saturday 26th - David Kirkwood

Sunday 27th - Samuel Jameson

The third Saturday of the Festival will see Kane Power, currently starring in Mental at Assembly Roxy taking to the stage. The creative team behind Scribble are delighted to have the opportunity to collaborate with Kane, having met while performing at the Festival, as his show also explores mental health. Next, Rosalind McAndrew, a graduate of Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts who has previously performed with Imaginate and at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, as well as the Park Theatre and Finborough Theatre in London, will be performing. The final week of the Fringe opens with Clare Marcie, a graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland currently performing in What Would Kanye Do? also at the Festival, performing on Monday 21st August.

Wednesday 23rd brings Nicole Cooper, an Associate Artist at Bard in the Botanics and this year's winner of the CATS Best Female Performance for the lead role in their production of Coriolanus, followed by Maria Oller, current Artistic Director of LungHa Theatre Company who will perform on 24th August.

Kim Allan, recently seen in the BBC series The Replacement and Outlander will join the team on 25th August, with David Kirkwood member of the Blood of The Young theatre ensemble who has performed with them at the Tron Theatre performing on the 26th. Finally, actor, writer and puppeteer Samuel Jameson, who has previously worked with Urban Fox Theatre Company and Visible Fictions will perform on the 27th August, bringing the show and it's month-long run at the Festival to a close.

Scribble began life during playwright Andy Edward's time being mentored by Rob Drummond on Playwrights' Studio Scotland's Mentoring Scheme. Director Amy Gilmartin then became involved when she staged a rehearsed reading of the play during the Hothouse season for emerging Scottish talent at the Traverse Theatre, during her time as assistant director on Milk.

Tickets can be purchased online here, by calling Box Office on 0131 623 3030 and in person at Assembly box offices at Assembly Hall and Assembly Roxy, Assembly George Square, Assembly Checkpoint and Assembly Rooms.

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