Hello. How are you today?
M:We’re fine thank you for asking.
S: In a little bit of pain.
M: No more than usual.
S: And we like it.
M: Reminds us we’re alive.
At this stage, how closely does your programme blurb match the content of your show?
M: Our show doesn’t have any content.
S: We didn’t want to get above ourselves.
What are your tips for getting people to see your show?
M: We’ve been quite inspired by recent events.
S: We’re going to make bold, unfulfillable promises.
M: And if anyone challenges us…
S: We’ll just say… (shrugs)
M&S: (uncontrollable laughter)
Who are you sharing a flat with this festival and how will you help each other survive the month?
M: We’re sharing a wet patch under some stone steps.
S: With the rats.
M: It’s very central.
S: And there’s moss to lick if we become faint with hunger.
Any shows you’re particularly excited about seeing?
S: Mike Atherton’s contemporary dance piece.
M: Sandi Toksvig in Grease.
S: American High school musical Theatre
M: Oh I love them.
S: They come every year but never seem to get any older.
M: So inspiring.
Other than the great shows, what else are you looking forward to about your trip to Edinburgh this year?
M: Sharing a beautiful city
S: for an entire month
M:with some of the worlds most…
M: Self absorbed
S&M: (Hysterical Laughter)
What’s your topping at The Baked Potato Shop on Cockburn Street?
M: Missed opportunities and debt.
S: …with grated cheese
Here’s a space to write about anything you want. Go for it.
S: Thanks for reading this.
M: We’re so grateful to you for giving us your time.
M: You lovely person
S: You’re great.
M: Whoever you are.
S: So mysterious
M: And beautiful.
M: One way to find out
S: Put your money where your mouth is.
M: Show yourself.
S: Look us up.
M: We’d love to meet you.
S: In the flesh.
M: In the face.
S: Look you in the eye.
Assembly George Square
5-28 Aug, 10.30pm
£10 – £12