Interview Theatre

Edinburgh Fringe: Dexter and Winter’s Detective Agency by Nathan Bryon

Edinburgh Festival Fringe the largest arts festival in the world has now started. Every August for three weeks the city of Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, welcomes an explosion of creative energy from around the globe.

Every year thousands of performers take to hundreds of stages all over Edinburgh to present shows for every taste. From big names in the world of entertainment to unknown artists looking to build their careers, the festival caters for everyone and includes theatre, comedy, dance, physical theatre, circus, cabaret, children’s shows, musicals, opera, music, spoken word, exhibitions and events. This year you can catch “funnyman” the actor/writer Nathan Bryon’s play Dexter and Winter’s Detective Agency at the Fringe. Alt caught up with Bryon in London.

The story
When Dexter’s mum is sent to jail for getting mixed up in a jewellery robbery, it’s up to Dexter and his best friend Winter to get her out. On their journey to uncover the truth and free mum, their detective work leads them to some surprising discoveries. Dexter and Winter’s Detective Agency is a madcap adventure story for all the family from one of the writers behind CBeebies hits Rastamouse, Apple Tree House and Swashbuckle.

Watch the interview on video here:

Dates: Aug 3-4, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25 Where: Venue 26 – Roundabout is Paines Plough’s beautiful pop-up in-the-round theatre.

Book tickets here:

Full price tickets are £10. concessions available check the site. Dates: Fri, 2 Aug 2019 – Mon, 26 Aug 2019
Location: Edinburgh

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