Comedian and Doctor Who fan Frank Skinner will be
discussing the importance of improvisation and spontaneity in Steven
Moffat’s work as well as all things Peter Capaldi, 50th Anniversary and
future Who too in an appearance by the current showrunner at AdLib at this year’s Edinburgh Festival.

The event promises to be a fascinating insight into his creative process and also a
chance for fans to take part in a live Q&A as part of the show. This is Steven Moffat’s only Edinburgh festival appearance this year so it’s a real must-see. Moffat will be appearing on Wednesday August 21 at 22.30 – buy tickets HERE.
AdLib presents
unique EdFest-exclusive live shows where some of the nation’s most creative
minds engage in surprising conversation with some of the sharpest comedians in
Wed Aug 21 – Steven
Sat Aug 24 – Neil Gaiman

PLEASE NOTE: it’s NOT an improv comedy show

Don’t forget that Blogtor is also at the Edinburgh Festival this year, starring in a comedy all about Doctor Who and its fans. Read more about Who Are You Supposed To Be? HERE. It runs until Aug 26, everyday at 3.40 at C-Venues C-Aquila. Buy Tickets HERE.


  1. That Moffat photo is great. He's got that "for the love of God, stop asking me who the voice in the Tardis was in The Pandorica Opens" face.


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