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UnFringed - A Glamorous Chat with Miss Behave

Our final slice of Edinburgh action... *sniff*

Miss Behave is the living embodiment of legendary. Mistress of Ceremonies, Sword Swallower, Producer, Olivier Award Winner and Queen of Cabaret; she's too fabulous for words and fuck, do we bloody love her. Our interview with Miss Behave (which is the final episode in our Edinburgh Fringe web series, UnFringed) took place in the lady's festival boudoir where we sat in sequin gown and bedazzled leotard, hearing about how Miss B broke her heel just before she was due to come to Edinburgh for the summer. How did she break it? Performing a handstand above two men, of course. Trooper of the Fringe and a lady after our own heart. Plus… If you're going to sit down with one of last surviving female sword swallowers in the world, of course we had to ask for tips on how to perform a world class blowjob! Enjoy our interview with the one and only Miss Behave:

All rested and healed, Miss Behave is going to be bringing her phenomenal show, Miss Behave's Social Club and Pleasure Aid, back to the London Wonderground on the 7th of September at 21:30. Part-disco, part-variety show, part-game show and general party, the show will feature Miss Behave (natch), The Two Wrongies, Earl Okin, Olivia Porter, Men in Coats, Stompy and as Miss B's glamorous assistant, yours truly, Harry Clayton-Wright. Expect a riotous night of anarchy and hilarity. Oh, and bring your mobile phones! For tickets to the show, follow this link. See you there! (@stillmisbehavin and @timeoutlive)

And that's that! Edinburgh wrapped up for another year. We had joy, we had fun, we had a rare bit of Scottish sun, but most of all we had a blast. Thank you to all the fabulous acts we interviewed over the festival: Foil, Arms and Hog, Matt Richardson, David Morgan, Jason Byrne, Chris Martin, Guilt & Shame, Eric Lampaert, Ben Hart, Vikki Stone, Myra DuBois, Scotty the Blue Bunny, the Briefs boys and last, but by no means least, Miss Behave. To see all of our UnFringed interviews, head over to the etch PR YouTube channel and thank you so much for reading, watching, listening and following our Edinburgh antics. Until next year… PEACE OUT, MOTHERFUCKERS! *drops the mic*

Words: Harry Clayton-Wright (@HClaytonWright)

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