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Two Million Farts

We thought ONE million farts were good but we’ve now reached TWO million views on YouTube of Princess Pumpalot farting. We apologise (again) for the smell.

We posted an eight second video on YouTube in April 2017 of Princess Pumpalot (Julie Heatherill) farting Guffy (David Mairs) off the stage during one of our Edinburgh Festival Fringe performances at the Le Monde Hotel in George Street.

Here is the link. Princess Pumpalot demonstrates her amazing farting skills.

Truth is Stranger than Fiction

Illustration by Katy Jones

We hope everyone is safe and staying at home.

At this extraordinary time, it's good see both friends and foes putting aside their differences and coming together for the good of the Kingdom. All the residents of Wiffyville are certainly adhering to the new Royal Rules.

One Million Farts

Julie is Princess Pumpalot

Well, we’ve reached 1 million views on YouTube of Princess Pumpalot farting. We apologise for the smell.

We posted an eight second video on YouTube in April 2017 of Princess Pumpalot (Julie Heatherill) farting Guffy (David Mairs) off the stage during one of our Edinburgh Festival Fringe performances at the Le Monde Hotel in George Street.

Here is the link. Princess Pumpalot demonstrates her amazing farting skills.

It just shows, farting is a worldwide phenomenon.

#Fart2020

Can Farting Reach A Million?

Julie in Grassmarket

This continues to be an odd one.

We posted an eight second video on YouTube in April 2017 of Princess Pumpalot (Julie Heatherill) farting Guffy (David Mairs) off the stage during one of our Edinburgh Festival Fringe performances and this video has been viewed more than 750 000 times.

Can we reach 1 million views. At this rate, the answer is most likely... YES.

Here is the link. Princess Pumpalot demonstrates her amazing farting skills

It just shows... farting crosses all borders and is universal.

When Hollywood Meets Wiffyville

Hilary Barraford collage

This is L. A. based actress Hilary Barraford (Go For Sisters, The Ice Cream Truck, Hot Dog). We last saw her in Wiffyville in 2013 until now that is. It was great to get another photo of her, this time  with book 2 – Princess Pumpalot: The Super-Farting Bean Mystery and compare and contrast with the original photo 7 years earlier. What can we say? Hilary hasn't changed a bit and is still a good farter!

Farty New Year!

Happy New Year from the Royal Household of Wiffyville (and the Toilet of Truth). Wishing everyone a Farty 2020. To celebrate we have raised the Wiffyville Royal Flag. AND... we now have a new hashtag as we move from last year's #Fart2019 to this year's #Fart2020.  Hooray.... it's #Fart2020!

Merry Christmas from Wiffyville!

Merry Christmas from the Royal Household of Wiffyville (and Guffy). I hope everyone is having a fart-tastic Christmas.

A Quarter of a Million views!

This is an odd one.

We posted an eight second video on YouTube in April 2017 of Princess Pumpalot (Julie Heatherill) farting Guffy (David Mairs) off the stage during one of our Edinburgh Festival Fringe performances and this video has been viewed more than 250 000 times.

Here is the link. Princess Pumpalot demonstrates her amazing farting skills

It just shows... farting is universal.

A Farty Thanks

Well, that was a blast. We'd like to thank everyone who attended Princess Pumpalot: The Ghostly Farting Monk Hunt at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It was the first year of our new show (the 7th year at the Fringe in total) and we introduced two new characters to Wiffyville – Prentiss the Plumber and Rat Atat – who joined regulars Steve the Werewolf, FAQ and The Bearded Witch.

The response was overwhelming including a number of very positive reviews.

All Edinburgh Theatre ★ ★ ★ ★ Review

Review collage

An excellent ★ ★ ★ ★ Review from All Edinburgh Theatre

August 8, 2019

★★★★☆    Whiffy

Young Critics Scheme Le Monde (Venue 47): Fri 2 – Mon 12 Aug 2019 Review by Layza Venancio Mirhadi

Princess Pumpalot returns to the fringe for a short run at Le Monde, in a new story by Robyn Mitchell, set in a mystical version of Edinburgh.

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