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Clearo’s Fringe Binge – Day 11

Tuesday 12th February / presented by Daniel Cleary Peter Barr

If you haven't already made it in to see some of the spectacular shows at Fringe World this year, then drop what you are doing and make a reservation to see something now, before they all sell out.

RTR has sent out Youth Reporter Daniel Cleary to get the scoops on all the good and not so good shows and reports to Peter Barr on Breakfast.

On today's podcast Aardvark Variety Hour plays with the styles of some performances and parodies them and A History of Drinking is absorbed through the theater and actual drinking.

In big news, Ali McGregor is gracious when she learns that her cover of Barbie Girl/Making Whoopee Medley is officially nominated for the J.J Abrams Feather in the Cap, for a performance/skit/dance/song or free event under ten minutes. During the interview she mentions that she won, this is a reference to the winning a nomination, which in itself is a big get.

Clearo's Fringe Binge Official Awards Ceremony will be held on Breakfast with Barr just after 7am on the 25th of February.

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