This may be the penultimate post, maybe the last… only so much juggling one can take, so Edinburgh Festival street performers part 9; Taken 21st August 2019
Day 8 (not sequential) of Edinburgh Festival street performers; Taken 19th and 20th August
It was a little bit meh! today, but a some more photos from, yes you guessed it the Edinburgh Festival street performers. Taken August 18th 2019 (Wait is that a week now?)
Saturdays get really busy, Tourist traffic along with local traffic – patience was thin today.
But, still a few even more photos from the Edinburgh Festival street performers. Taken August 17th 2019
Another day, more photos from the Edinburgh Festival street performers. This time taken August 14th 2019
Photos of the Edinburgh Festival street performers Taken August 13th 2019
More photos from the Street performers partaking in the 2019 Edinburgh fringe festival 2019. The weather was kinder today, taken 12th August 2019
It’s August, so we have a plethora of Street performers have descended on to Edinburgh for our entertainment purposes. I’ll post some pictures over the next few weeks. Below shots taken 4th August and 11th August
The Edinburgh festivals have only but a few days left, hopefully you managed to get out and enjoy it.
amongst the plethora of street performers this guy plied his trade between the Old Town Venues. A bloke called Tony Roberts from Australia, who emulated the sensational escape acts of Harry Houdini.
Only Edinburgh during August is it perfectly normal to find people Eating fire, juggling machetes on a uni cycle, or perhaps sandwiched between beds of nails and or course wrapped in chains between a tennis racquet.
More Photos will follow later.. maybe.. 😉
The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is over for 2016!
During the month of August you will find a plethora of street performers around the city centre plying their trade. Juggling fire seems to be one of the more popular acts, (I always think that juggling fire in Scotland is rather optimistic, as it does rains a lot) but some are more daring juggling dangerous weapons including chainsaws and machetes. Unfortunately I only had the ooomph to get out and take photos towards the end. Below is a small gallery of the performers that graced the streets of Edinburgh in August 2016.
Interestingly something else happened! The middle of the festival a Saturday afternoon I managed to walk the length of the High Street without being offered a single flyer, even after making eye contact. Many will call me a liar, but it did indeed happen…. perhaps they just though there goes the grumpiest man in Edinburgh? 😉