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Aisling
Teuchter, educator, dancer, Hearts fan, reader, wine lover, traveller, and books editor and writer for . Freelance writer for .
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Aisling 2h
Highly recommend Daughterhood if you can still make it. Today at 2.15pm.
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Aisling Aug 24
First time this . I like Bedlam.
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The Wee Review Aug 23
Opinion: Matt Haig: Surviving and Thriving in 2019 : A triumph of an event in more ways than one
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Aisling Aug 23
, Beach Body Ready , , , , ...and when it all gets too much at Fringe check out !
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Aisling Aug 23
Well it’s the final weekend of so check out my recommendations and ! • Frankenstein: How To Make A Monster , The Canary and the Crow , Daughterhood ...
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Deborah Orr Aug 23
When I was a kid we used to call wild swimming ‘swimming’.
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Aisling Aug 23
A very impressive production from such a young company
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Aisling Aug 23
Marc Jennings: Getting Going | Review | The Wee Review | Scotland's arts and culture magazine:
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Aisling Aug 22
Thought this was a fascinating discussion . Thank you to all the panellists for a really interesting session. 👍🏻
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Aisling Aug 22
Exploring the Impact of Intensive Physiotherapy on the Psychology of the Injured Dancer.... exciting stuff!
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The Wee Review Aug 22
Opinion: Jess Kidd & E S Thomson: Under the Knife : Two authors with an interest in the macabre, the curious and the madness of medicine in the Victorian era
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Aisling Aug 22
Hello, I also loved the talk! Could I use your second picture of the two books for my piece on it for ?
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Aisling Aug 21
Aw fab! It was actually really, really good. Back on Fringe business now!
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Aisling Aug 21
*flautist(?) Sounds fab. I’m in the garden theatre preparing for 90 minutes on Children’s Mental Health which will a bit darker I imagine...
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The Wee Review Aug 21
Opinion: Citizen: Giving a Voice to Communities : Edinburgh residents share their thoughts on community, identity and citizenship in what feels like an important project
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The Wee Review Aug 21
Opinion: David Nicholls: Do you remember the first time? : Popular author gives a fascinating insight into his latest novel and the writing process
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The Wee Review Aug 21
Opinion: Ellie Harrison & Jemma Neville: A Tale of Two Cities : Self-care, community and poverty are all discussed in this tale of two cities
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Aisling Aug 19
I’ll be there! 🙋🏻‍♀️
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Aisling Aug 19
Hope you’re enjoying. I was over in the kids’ corner today drawing mermaids...
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The Wee Review Aug 19
We've done more reviews than ever before. We've had more visits than ever before. And we're still going. Week 3 - bring it on!
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