One guy who I got on stage even turned out to be a talent coordinator from LA as well. LA must be nearly empty. Who knows, perhaps he is looking for a major sex symbol and I'll get the part. :)
After the show we headed for a quiet area and enjoyed a crack or three with Roy Walker before meandering down the hill to the Pleasance Courtyard to watch one of the most original and hysterical acts I have ever seen. Whilst waiting to go in we met up with Kev Orkian, another great entertainer and had a lot of gags going with the waiting crowd.
It is impossible to describe what we saw so all I will say is if you get ANY opportunity to see The Boy with Tape on his Face, go. I cannot recommend this show highly enough. One nice surprise for me was to see him do something I learnt as a child, the propellor cigarette paper. I couldn't believe it 'cos I had never seen anyone else do it.
After the show Debbie, Kev and I went for a pasta supper and rounded off the night swapping show business stories. I love Edinburgh.