Welcome back to Episode 2 of Hanging at the Fringe 2015. This is a show about life during Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival. For all of you creative Sci-fi & Fantasy storytellers, actors and directors, I will be talking to lots of different people involved with the Fringe, getting their opinions and, of course, hearing about their shows!

This episode is all about non-local performers – we talk a bit about why anyone would travel here to do a show, but a bunch of other things too!

David Mauer was representing Phantom Owls (@PhantomOwls) who have taken over venue 106 this year with a whole host of shows! You can find out more on their website http://phantomowls.com/.

Anthony Rapp (@albinokid) is a consultant on Uncompromising Artistry’s production of Rent . You can follow them on twitter @UA_Prod.

Linford Butler (@LindfordB) was representing The Lincoln Company. He is directing Loot at C Venues. You can follow the Lincoln Company on twitter @lincolncompany.

Rebecca Perry (@redheaded_csg) is doing Confessions of a Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl at the Gilded Balloon.

To listen to this podcast, “The Visitors”, click here. And if you have missed episode 1, “The Locals”, click here.

Thanks for tuning in! Don’t forget to share, and check back next week for another episode.

Andra is a Canadian living in Edinburgh. She’s an actress, director and podcaster. She helped found Beam Theatre in 2014, and the Hanging at the Fringe podcast in 2012. She’s also a huge fan of epic fantasy novels.