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The Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme was launched on Wednesday 7th June 2017. It's a mighty big programme which will require a lot of reading. You will find details of our children's show Princess Pumpalot: The Quest for the Purple Super-Farting Bean on page 42. #Fart2017

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Having A Blast

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We've had a blast this year at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe performing Princess Pumpalot: The Radio Show – Live on Stage! at Sweet Venues in the Grassmarket.

A BIG thank you to everyone who attended the 2016 show. We had great audiences including a number of "regulars" or "Pumpalites" as we sometimes call them.

The cast of #Fart2016 was Julie Heatherill as Princess Pumpalot, David Mairs as Guffy, Robin Mitchell as Cookie Crumble and The Toilet of Truth as himself.

The Director was Liam Rudden of LRStageworks (who was partaking in his 33rd Edinburgh Fringe) and the Stage Manager was the fantastic Sabina Smith.

The 2016 show was a Cadies Productions/LRStageworks production sponsored by Mandragora Productions and Arcus Animation Studios.

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A Morphing Cast

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Our colleagues at the Princess Pumpalot site have been having fun and games playing with an APP called Morphy.

Three actors (Niloo-Far Khan, Lindsey Lee Wilson and Julie Heatherill) have played the part of Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess since its inception at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August 2013.

Check it out here:

The Changing Face of Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess

They have also compiled:

The Changing Face of Guffy

The Farting Princess Cast (2013)

Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess Cast (2014)

Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess Cast (2015)

Tickets are NOW on sale for the 2016 Cadies Productions / LRStageworks Edinburgh Festival Fringe production of Princess Pumpalot: The Radio Show - Live on Stage!

The show will be performed at Sweet Venues, Apex Grasssmarket (4th to 16th, 20 & 21st August) at 11.30am. This is a NEW show for 2016 and stars Julie Heatherill, Carole Andrew and Arron Usher. The Director is Liam Rudden.

Get your tickets HERE.

 

#Fart2016

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Welcome Our New Guffy

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We are thrilled to have David Mairs debuting as Guffy in our NEW production of Princess Pumpalot: The Radio Show - Live on Stage! at Sweet Venues, Apex Grasssmarket (4th to 16th, 20 & 21st August).

David is perhaps best known as a member of top One Direction tribute band - One and Only Direction.

David has appeared in a number of productions including Broadway in the Bar (Inside Out Productions/Arta Glasgow), Songs for a New World (Gillian McLaren Scott/SWG3), Grease (Alan Currie/Hamilton Town House), Sleeping Beauty (Richard Gray/Hamilton Town House, Rutherglen Town Hall) and Prince Niceavia in the 2015 production of Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess (Cadies Productions/LRStageworks).

#Fart2016

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Princess Pumpalot: A Perfect Fit

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You know someone is destined to play the part of Princess Pumpalot when the costume fits like a glove. Stepping out of the shadows to play Princess Pumpalot in Princess Pumpalot: The Radio Show — Live On Stage! at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the very talented Julie Heatherill.

Julie graduated with a BA Acting degree from Glasgow’s Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD) in 2007. After gaining a great deal of professional experience, she went back to pursue her other love in life: dancing. In 2010 she graduated once again, this time gaining her BTEC in Dance and an A in Higher Dance.

Julie recently performed in Starbird, a co-production between Mull Theatre and Toto Tales, a National Tour of Scotland, Highlands and the Islands.

Previous theatre credits include Carnegie (Ian Hammond Brown), Aladdin (Howden Park Theatre), The Little Mermaid (On in Fife), Cinderella (Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh), Silence in Court (Emerald Blue Productions, Edinburgh Fringe), Cross Currents (Telford Dance College, Edinburgh), Beneath You: Spider Girls are Everywhere (Birds of Paradise Theatre Company, National Tour), All’s Well that Ends Well (Arches Theatre, Glasgow/RSC Complete Works Festival).

At the first ever script read-through of Princess Pumpalot: The Farting Princess in 2013, Julie read the part of Princess Pumpalot. It's great she's finally able to play the role, reuniting with Director, Liam Rudden. #Fart2016.

 

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