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You may notice that there's a bit of a gap in between the last update and this one. Despite this, Chutney Exhibition has continued to exist and do things, as you can see from the Twitter feed on the right. There's also our Facebook Page, where will be posting our events and output for all to see.
Every month there will be a podcast. These will alternate between live recordings of 'Poets Against Humanity' and a new spoken word project 'Lies, Dreaming'. Any other live shows - be they comedy, theatre or spoken word - will be listed on Twitter or Facebook.
There will be no more regular updates on this website.
Poets Against Humanity kicked off successfully on the 27th of November, with a second show following on January 14th. Poets Against Humanity will be a bi-monthly event, with the show on one month, and the podcast released the next. So far the contestants have included Rachel McCrum, Miko Berry, Marianne MacRae, Suky Goodfellow, Sian Bevan and Kevin Mclean. The next show will be on Wednesday 25th of March, 8pm at the Banshee Labyrinth.
Obviously, Chutney Exhibition's tendrils are vast and sprawling. It would be a fools' errand to attempt to keep up with them on an ad hoc basis. Thus, we have lovingly crafted a thorough rummage through their many exploits, and conveyed it in the form of information.
A complete guide is available below, with Exhibitors listed in alphabetical order by first name. It will be updated regularly throughout the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Chutney Exhibition are putting on regular events in Edinburgh throughout 2015, so our exhibitors are commencing on a variety of projects as part of the city's ongoing celebration of bored, attention seeking middle class people.
The website, meanwhile, will continue to be updated. However, it'd be massively easier and much more fun if you lot feel like contributing as well. If you've got any ideas for poetry (max. 40 lines), prose (max. 1200 words) or short comic strips (the page width here is approximately 600 pixels) , send them here.
Self proclaimed 'rubbish polymath' Andrew Blair strides forth both physically and intellectually. THE ALTERNATIVE EDINBURGH WALKING TOUR shows you a different side to Edinburgh - one where nothing scenic happens and sometimes you find dead cats - and tells you facts you won't find in any guide books. Or indeed, any books at all.