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Every August the world’s performers and entertainers flock to Scotland’s capital. Paul F Cockburn asks just how easy is it for disabled artists and audiences to get the most out of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe?

An image of the torso of a man sporting a variety of labels such as 'average', 'awkward',  'dribbler', 'overcome'. He wears a stethoscope attached to his chest

Punk poet Rowan James gears up for his Edinburgh debut

Every August the world’s performers and entertainers flock to Scotland’s capital. Paul F Cockburn asks just how easy is it for disabled artists and audiences to get the most out of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe?

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1 August 2015

Paul Wady

My show Guerrilla Aspies, converts audiences to autism.

I am on the Three Sisters venue in Maggies Front Room, 11 am on the 13 - 16th August.

It is the show of my book, Guerrilla Aspies, a neurotypical society infiltration manual.

Thank you.

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