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Venue:The Phoenix, 46-48A Broughton Street Edinburgh EH1 3SA
Phone: 0131 557 6944
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: Phoenix Below
AUG 3-8, 10-15, 17-22, 24-27 at 13:15 (60 min)
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What are we smarty pants progressives supposed to do now? Is hate trumping love really our fault? Can I be funny, politically sensitive, and sobbing simultaneously? Do all my cupcakes have to make a statement? For Freud’s sake, can’t a cupcake just be a cupcake? Will she ever have a date that she wants to see again? Should I have left out " angry feminist" and the raised fist emoticon from my dating profile? Should have gone with more cleavage?

Arielle Dundas isn’t sure, but you’ll laugh at her attempts to figure it all out.

All this figuring is all the more difficult because Arielle is an American who grew up and runs a business in the Netherlands. She’s a dreaded “globalist” and she didn’t even know it! Pass the cupcakes!

A stunningly talented performer (at least that what she’s written here), she knows how to hold your attention--remarkable, since her own attention is ADHD shaky.

In addition to performing her first hour show “Arielle Dundas: Moppet of Chaos” at last year’s fringe, she has performed in London, New York, Washington DC, Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur and a whole lot of Dutch towns you’ve never heard of. Baarneveldt?

A philosopher, she use keen critical thinking to analyze failed romantic interactions, social structures, and baked goods. Philosophical, but personal. Silly, but cerebral. Provocative, but primarily hilarious.

“Incredibly funny! A real find, which can be difficult with the amount of shows at the festival. I laughed so much - She gave a witty, smart and intelligent performance. Highly recommended!” – Fringe 2016 audience reviewer Arielle never met before

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