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Audience Reviews - Princess Pumpalot 2014

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2014 Edinburgh Fringe
Lindsey Eddie and Donna

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Brilliant show for young children - and adults! My four year olds laughed the whole way through at fart jokes and enjoyed the audience participation that is similar to that of a traditional pantomime. The cast were excellent and we appreciated the Princess coming out to have her photo taken in the foyer at the end. Highly recommend!

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Edinburgh Guide REVIEW (2014 Show)

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2014 Edinburgh Fringe
Princess Pumpalot Farting Again

A 3-STAR Review from The Edinburgh Guide.

If there are any children who don’t love a good fart joke, I certainly haven’t met them. Princess Pumpalot, her royal parents, and her loyal servant Guffy know the many ins-and-outs of a good fart, so to speak.

Who knew that a fart was a powerful defense against a low-flying gnome invasion? Or that it was a right-of-passage for 16-year-old princesses? These and other charming discoveries carry the audience along on this fast-paced romp through one royal family’s strange traditions.

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review Princess Pumpalot *****

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2014 Edinburgh Fringe
Mysterious at New Town Theatre

This is a 5 STAR review by the Edinburgh Reporter on Friday 1st August 2014.

Princess Pumpalot-The Farting Princess to give the show its full title is a great piece of pantomime for the Edinburgh Fringe.

Starting life off as a book it is a good fun read by brilliant writer Robin Mitchell. My children love the book and my 12 year-old daughter was really eager to see the show, so tickets bought we headed to the Freemason’s Hall in George Street to see the stage show .

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From The Village Idiot To No Nonsense Lawyer

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2014 Edinburgh Fringe
Guffy having tea on Victoria Terrace

While many actors are competing with each other for ONE role in a stage production, Philip Kingscott of Deans in Livingston will be appearing in THREE shows at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Philip will be appearing as Guffy in the children’s show Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess at 11.30am, as Callum Patterson in Silence in Court at 4:30pm and also as Callum Patterson in Conflict in Court at 6:30pm The shows and the roles he plays are not only miles apart in content but hours apart in time.

The Masques Agency

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2014 Edinburgh Fringe
Guffy reading upside down book

This is an excellent article about Philip Kingscott on The Masques Agency website. Philip plays Princess Pumpalot's servant GUFFY in the the 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Production of Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess at the New Town Theatre.

Cast Announced for 2014 Show

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2014 Edinburgh Fringe
Prince Nastavia with folded arms

The cast has been announced for the 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe production of Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess at the New Town Theatre in George Street. The show takes place daily at 11.30am from 31st July - 24th August (not 12th).

 

Princess Pumpalot - Lindsey Lee Wilson

Guffy - Philip Kingscott

The Queen - Donna Hazelton

The King - Edward Cory

Prince Niceavia - Eric Murdoch

Prince Nastavia - Blair Grandison

FAQ - Cameron Pirie

Low-Flying Gnome - Scott Postlethwaite 

 

Meet Princess Pumpalot

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2014 Edinburgh Fringe
Lindsey Lee as Princess Pumpalot

We are delighted to reveal the new Princess Pumpalot. It's a little like the new Dr Who, except it's Princess Pumpalot.

The brand new Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess (circa 2014) is Lindsey Lee Wilson.

Lindsey Lee trained in acting at the Arts Educational Schools, London. Her first television job on graduating was Eastenders, followed by her theatrical debut on London's West End with the Soho Theatre Company.

Arabic Translation

Delighted to annouce the book is to be translated into Arabic.

The book will be translated by Filmmaker Yasmin Fedda who said, “I attended the Fringe show and was very impressed by the performance. The story has a real mix of theatre and pantomime. When I told friends and family about it they couldn't stop laughing! Farting is the same in any language! I’m sure the story will be well received in the Arab world.” 

An Invitation from Geoffrey the Giraffe

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2014 Edinburgh Fringe

Geoffrey the Giraffe invites you (and your pet giraffes!) to join the fun at this year's Edinburgh Fringe show.

TICKETS: Edinburgh Festival Fringe

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2014 Edinburgh Fringe
Wiffyville aerial view (happy)

Tickets for our children's show are now on sale at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Box Office.

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