Edinburgh bin workers are striking during the Festival, leaving the city drowning in flyers and posh English drama school dropouts.
Eleanor Evans from Surrey is performing a self-penned one-woman street dance version of Ibsen's A Doll's House, described by reviewers as 'gruelling and not in a good way'. Her father is paying for her accommodation and venue. She flyers without remorse.
'I love the Scotch people, whatever it is that they're saying, but they don't have any fruit or vegetables here' stereotyped Evans, apparently unable to find a Tesco, Sainsbury's, Waitrose, Asda, M&S, Co-op or Morrisons. When shown the unemptied, overflowing bins she coo-ed 'Such a brilliant site-specific installation. 4 stars.'
Local resident Ian Ingram said 'What a load of old rubbish. Specifically a load of my old rubbish, although it is better than the Ibsen we saw. 1 star.'
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