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The Scotsman

Puppet shows weren’t supposed to be like this. Cute cats and dogs perform, aided by their puppeteering masters, but something is wrong with their narrator.

On her god-like voiceover instruction they engage in violence and sex, and a hooded demon bursts on to the stage and drags one of them off to hell.

It’s a patchy show, not quite in command of what it wants to say, but the performances are enthusiastic and the shock humour effective.

Reviewed: 18th August 2016

One Foot in the Door Productions

Cats and Dogs Give the Best Advice

Cats and Dogs Give the Best Advice @spotlites @edfringe

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Sat 6th - Sat 20th August 2016

7:40pm (50 mins)

From England

This is a kids show for adults featuring puppets, awkward art attacks and one too many cats.
Join a Narrator who desperately wants to keep everything perfect and just as it was as she learns about life and moving forward.
There are dancing demons, questionable maps and even more questionable musical interludes.
It's a little bit whimsical, a lot of crazy and a good splash of real human dilemma.
Think Avenue Q meets the Mighty Boosh and Dora the Explorer.
'This is my sense of humour, I hope that’s OK' (Rhys, 2016).

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£5 (£4 Concession)

Group discount: 10% off for groups of 10+
2for1 on Mon 8th & Tues 9th

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