Today, Edinburgh Festival Fringe springs into action, commencing a three and half week marathon arts festival that will shift in the region of 2 million tickets.
Those of you who regularly frequent our blog will have seen that Liftshare recently launched the Festival Fringe Liftshare Award aiming to use the gifts of comedy to make those 2 million ticket holders a bit more conscious of their CO2 emissions when travelling to the show.
Our latest entry comes from musical comedian, Hilary Fox who treats us to a taste of one of her “shockingly good songs”, appropriately titled: 50 Ways to Save the Planet.
Hilary will be doing her thing with a ukulele in her latest show “Permission to be Me” at Fingers Piano Bar on Fredrick Street from today until Sunday 16th August (except Monday 10th) at 18:30. You can check out more details here.
Can you think of few more ways to save the planet? Tweet them to Hilary via her @MissHilaryFox account.
Author Lex Barber