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Curious Fringe: The Go-Game
Written by Richard Stamp   
Published on Tuesday, 11 May 2010

In this new audio blog from the Brighton Fringe, I'll be seeking out the unusual, the creative and the easily-missed around and about the city this May.  It's a chance to get out from the theatres and comedy clubs, and try to catch that spark of unconstrained creativity which defines the Fringe for me.

Brighton PierIn this first blog, I don my Superman cape for "Battle Brighton: The Go Game", a high-tech interactive scavenger hunt based around the city.

Click here to listen to the audio blog (17 minutes) >>

Or if you'd prefer to download the audio file and listen in your own MP3 player, get it here.

"Battle Brighton - An Interactive Technological Adventure" returns on 22 and 23 May at 2pm, starting at the Caroline of Brunswick pub (which, for visitors as ignorant as myself, is nowhere near Brunswick).  See full details on the Fringe website.

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Richard Stamp

Co-founder of FringeGuru and self-confessed Festival addict, Richard Stamp came to Edinburgh on a six-month assignment and never quite got round to moving back.

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