“All Night Long, is a combination of our favourite songs, old and new, geared towards getting our crowd’s evening off to a wild start.”
WHO: Tristan Weller, Business Manager
WHAT: “The Other Guys from the University of St Andrews return to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the third time, with more energy and excitement than ever before. After a jam-packed year with shows around the country, they are thrilled to be returning to home turf to finish the year off in style. Presenting their new show, All Night Long, The Other Guys cannot wait to start this party in the early afternoon… With a diverse repertoire, from heart-wrenching ballads to bop-around bangers, there is something for everybody. Expect a royal welcome from Scotland’s reigning men!”
WHERE: theSpace @ Surgeons Hall (Venue 53)
WHEN: 16:50 (50 min)
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Is this your first time to Edinburgh?
It certainly isn’t! I’ve lived in Edinburgh since I was 2, having moved from Australia, so the Edinburgh Fringe is something I’ve been a part of for ages. As a group, we brought our show, Well Sung, to the festival last year, but since then we have brought on five new members who are new to the Fringe experience!
Tell us about your show.
The Other Guys was formed in 2004 by a group of guys who wanted to bring the American tradition of collegiate a cappella to St Andrews, and since then we have gone from strength to strength. Highlights of the past 13 years of TOG include our Youtube hits Royal Romance, St Andrews Girls and It’s Raining Men, performing for VIPs such as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Stephen Fry, Hillary Clinton and JJ Abrams, as well as our tour to North America in January of last year. This year’s show, All Night Long, is a combination of our favourite songs, old and new, geared towards getting our crowd’s evening off to a wild start.
What should your audience see at the festivals after they’ve seen your show?
Be sure to check out our St Andrews friends, The Accidentals, and their show Dangerous Women.
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