We’re about to enter the final week of the Edinburgh Fringe already, and to say that our amazing Bugle Boys are NAILING IT would be an understatement!
The past two weeks have been crazy busy, with our queens taking the BBC by storm, hitting Radio Forth’s drivetime show, playing Best of the Fest (twice!), guesting at the New Town Cabaret and Brewhemia, plus performing at the Virgin Money Lounge for Fringe donors and at The Greatest Showman Sing-along.
The hard work is paying off, as the Bugle Boys are packing out the house at Assembly Hall. The reviews have started to come in too, and critics are loving the show across the board.
Earlier this week, The Bugle Boys were named one of the top ten shows at the Fringe in the Edinburgh Evening News, and yesterday The Scottish Sun’s Phil MacHugh named it one of his “best of the fest” hot tips!
There’s still time to catch the Bugle Boys at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe; they’re on this evening and every night next week (except Monday 20th August), 19:40 at Assembly Hall, Rainy Hall.
“…a sharp and witty show that’s laced with foot tapping sounds.” ★★★★ Edinburgh Guide
“This show is a laugh a minute, if its not the performance of the songs which have you laughing, it’s the patter between the trio of cast. … It’s a show for all ages looking for some sassy cabaret this August.” Scottish Sun
Long before The Spice Girls, Bananarama, and The Supremes, The Andrews Sisters ruled the airwaves. As the original girl group, they were a global sensation during their heyday in the late 1930s and throughout the 1940s, selling records by the millions. A retro musical drag eleganza extravaganza, Bugle Boys sees three sassy queens bitch, squabble, and sing some of The Andrews Sisters’ most beloved songs, delivering a hilarious and ludicrously fictitious tale of their life and career.