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From Dominic Frisby come comic songs, stories and stand-up for people who think the government should stay out of it. If you believe in things like free speech, free trade, bitcoin or Brexit, you’ll like this. If you think the government, BBC or EU has the answers, you won’t.
AAA caught up with Dominic for a chat…
This isn’t your first time at the Fringe?
No. I first went to the fringe in 1998. Before they had in the internet.
Tell us a bit about the show you’re in this year?
I am airing my unacceptable political views through the medium of comic songs.
How much work has gone into getting it ready for Edinburgh?
About 49 years’ worth.
There’s thousands of shows on – why should Fringe-goers fork out to see yours?
They don’t have to fork out. It’s free.
What’s more I think it’s safe to say that in all 49,238 shows on the Edinburgh Fringe, mine has the best libertarian love songs.
Are there any other shows on this year you’d recommend?
Yes. the Shadowpunks revolution. And Adam Smith: Father of the Fringe.
What’s on your hit-list to see?
What are you planning to do on your days off?
Go to the Café Royal for dinner.
Sell your show in no more than ten words….
People who like things like bitcoin, Brexit and free speech will like my show.
Dominic Frisby: Libertarian Love Songs, PBH’s Free Fringe @ Banshee Labyrinth – Cinema Room, 17:10, until 25 August, www.edfringe.com