Dying Embers.

27 Aug

There’s always a very weird atmosphere in Edinburgh on the very last day of the Fringe.

It’s not a particularly pleasant atmosphere either, if I’m perfectly honest.

The weather on the last day is always awful. There are probably less than 10% of shows still on. Everyone’s shattered.

Even so…I still wouldn’t be anywhere else. My last full day began with a lie in, before heading to the Pleasance to see the Noise Next Door’s final show of the festival. It was messy, messy, fun and I’m so glad that I didn’t miss it. I mean, I wouldn’t have missed it for the world, but my point still stands.

I’m going to miss those 5 quite a bit.

Then it was off to the Gilded Balloon for the biggest bowl of nachos I’ve ever seen.

And that takes us up to now, being sat in Brooke’s (too hot, as per usual) waiting for everyone else to come out drinking and dancing, and making the pain of having to leave tomorrow shift to the back of my mind for a bit.

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