Southampton University students have Gone Rogue to perform at Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Southampton University students have Gone Rogue to perform at Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Southampton University students have Gone Rogue to perform at Edinburgh Festival Fringe

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STUDENTS from a Hampshire university are taking part in one of UK’s biggest festivals.

Members of University of Southampton Student Union’s (SUSU) performing arts societies have gone to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

They have gone under the name Gone Rogue, and will be performing The Importance of Being Earnest and Tape.

Meanwhile, a group who are part of the Comedy Society, under the name Masters of None, are currently performing a show of sketches and improvisation called SKIMPROV.

Masters of None are performing SKIMPROV until August 24 (except August 12) at Just the Tonic at the Caves at 3.15pm every day.

Gone Rogue will be performing both Tape and The Importance of Being Earnest from August 10 to 25 at venue C too.

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