100-Word Fringe: “Arthur’s Seat” at The Top Of Fucking Edinburgh

Not a show, but what a show. Under the guise of “Operation Sunrise” myself and a few box office chums ascended Arthur’s Seat at dawn to watch Edinburgh slowly unfurl its shiny charms below. For the unfamiliar, Arthur’s Seat may look daunting but is just a short walk to the bottom of the Royal Mile, and then 30 minutes to the top. I recommend checking the weather before as we were lucky to get the most beautiful of sunrises, but worth it just to see how short Edinburgh falls before succumbing to the breath-taking Scottish landscape. A new Fringe must.

Arthur’s Seat is there the whole frickin’ time. GET UP.

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About alfla

Playwright, screenwriter, sometime improv enthusiast and full-time television lover. You know, in THAT way.
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One Response to 100-Word Fringe: “Arthur’s Seat” at The Top Of Fucking Edinburgh

  1. Pingback: 100-Word Fringe: “The Necropolis” at The Top Of Fucking Glasgow | [ par·al·lel·e·vi·sion ]

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