|OOTD; clearly colour wasn't in the order of the day that day. |
P.S The tartan scarf from my #stressfreefringe kit came in handy as it was freezing!
|Train selfies and planning our world domination (Read: plans for the day.)|
|So very true! Source: @elliejanetaylor|
There was definitely a recurring theme in all my early 'starred' Fringe shows (read: shows I circled in the brochure) in that much of the content/themes were about feminism, I feel this year has definitely been a year in which so many more people are standing up and speaking about what it is to be a feminist on a much bigger scale, from the blog world to the world of comedy, it is simply amazing! Politics aside, Ellie's take on feminism and the trials of waiting to get engaged were hilarious, I would've said falling of my seat funny, but sitting on the floor and all. A definite one to watch!
|Finally got my mitts on some Mademoiselle Macarons, yum!|
We spent our afternoon having a wee wander round the shops, buying all the things in Paperchase (I swear I have a problem), eating macarons and a cute wee dinner at Bella Italia, before heading to our next show of the day. Another pre-planned show on my behalf I fancied heading along to InCahoots; 'Some Like it Hoots' as I'd previously seen Paul and Luke doing improv' with Shoot from the Hip at a random comedy club in London, my friend and I hadn't planned to go but had an amazing night and they were so funny! Loughlan and I headed along and again luck was on our side as we arrived just in the nick of time and though we had to stand, we weren't disappointed! Fans of sketch comedy take note, Paul and Luke work so well together and had us laughing at certain points we probably were supposed to laugh at, their comic chemistry is on point and I would without a doubt go and see them again!