Edinburgh-based band, Capella, brings a brand new show to this year's Festival Fringe. Singer/songwriter Maxine Bowman, pianist Andy Rowland and guitarist Ashley Kimber showcase a set of new songs that is both lyrically and musically satisfying. This collaboration fuses the different musical backgrounds of each of these accomplished musicians, landing somewhere in the spaces between Eva Cassidy and Ludovico Einaudi. Let their acoustic vibe soothe away your festival fatigue.
@jimmycarr a good show to see at the fringe would be The Magnets...fantastic a capella group!
The Magnets. Acapella aceness from one of the best party shows on the fringe. Fun in pure, unadulterated musical form. #edfringe
Out of the Blue (@ootboxford): Energetic and smooth a capella. Not stunningly brilliant as I've heard, but talented, fun. 3 or 4* #edfringe
4 stars for @CVenues #edfringe Fabulous Female A-Capella, In the Pink http://bit.ly/b28rOm
The Techtonics were brilliant, shame they didn't have a longer run. Very good accapella group. #edfringe
The Magnets: Polished performance from this a capella group, with an awesome beatboxer. Plus, choose your favourite eyecandy! #edfringe
First day for Techtonics A Capella today at 15:50 http://bit.ly/d9uLbI #edfringe #wosed #sweetvenues
Went and saw 'Cat Touch This' by Alleycats, an accapella group this eve. Only £5 and very good. On till Saturday, 9:40pm. #edfringe
Also seen at #edfringe Alternotive (sic) A Capella (enjoyable), When in Rome (mediocre), Showstopper (pretty good), Crush (jolly good),