Robert Harper talks about being at Edinburgh Fringe Festival playing The Interrogator in To Kill a Machine a new play about Alan Turing written by Catrin Fflur Huws.
Q. What is it like being at Edinburgh again and how is it different from the last time?
A. It’s been great to be a part of a venue that has multiple sites and spaces, with a mixture of theatre, dance, physical theatre & comedy on offer. It really seems to help broaden the appeal of all the shows at the venue.
Q. What is is like to be in a show that is receiving such incredible responses from audience?
A. It’s wonderful to receive all the accolades for the play from a wide variety of sources, from other companies at the venue to general audience members and theatre critics in the press. We all came to Edinburgh thinking that the show had a good potential to create a buzz in the theatre category, but we’re still pinching ourselves that this is really happening.
Q. What has been your favourite experience of the festival so far?
A. This is difficult. Beating contestant X? Come and see the show to see what I mean
More information about Robert Harper is available here
To Kill a Machine is at Edinburgh Fringe Festival ZOO Venues until 31st August,