My right eye is still bright red, faithful readers, but I’m not complaining. That brilliant red color fits right in, here at the Festival Fringe.
There are a lot of things in Edinburgh that caught my jet-lagged and very red eye yesterday, after our Red Eye flight from Boston through London (where our baggage was especially lagged, but finally arrived last night by 1 AM, festival time).
I took that last shot at a Midnight Show of creative and absurdly nice comedians. The guy on stage had just said this about the venue: “Isn’t this like being in the inside of a coffin? This is like the last thing you’d see before you got cremated.”
What catches your eye most, here today? I have to especially call your attention to Edinburgh’s proclivity for bragging about being THE SMALLEST:
Gotta go get ready for another perfect day at the Festival!
But first, here‘s the prologue from “Into the Woods” (which I watched on the plane and which features a festival:
Eye-catching thanks to the cast of thousands we saw yesterday during the first night of our 8-day festival and to you — of course! — for bringing your eyes here, today.