We're up in Edinburgh for the Fringe, and to our amazement, the sun's shining.
There's no nabokov production at the Festival this year, but our Artistic Directors have both directed shows. George is at the helm of the Bush's production of Simon Stephens' SEA WALL which plays at The Traverse from tomorrow until 16 August, starring the incredible Andrew Scott. George also directs Laura Solon in RABBIT FACED STORY SOUP - her first return to the Fringe since winning the Perrier Award in 2005 - at Assembly Rooms, daily at 17:05 from 6-30 August.
James directs Arts Club compere and poet extraordinaire Luke Wright in his new show THE PETTY CONCERNS OF LUKE WRIGHT at 6pm at The Underbelly from 6-30 August. James is also reunited with genius character comic Simon Brodkin for the third time on his new show STILL NOT HIMSELF, which plays at 5pm at The Pleasance from 8-30 August.
So go and see all those shows if you're in the 'Burgh. We're also looking forward to catching as many other shows as we can, so if you've got top tips for us, leave a comment below. We'll keep you posted with what we're seeing and doing on here and on Twitter.