Writer, actress and Radio 4 comedy performer Fran Moulds has already been in several Edinburgh Festival shows. But this year, she brings her first solo show to the Fringe - and along with it, characters such as a horndog theologian, a base-jumping Aussie and a teenager from Bolton who's just converted to Islam.
Pitch your Edinburgh show in 25 words or less.
Significant Human Error is a character comedy show. It’s about mistakes and change. It is silly and witty, dark and edgy. Six characters reveal different world views, each packed full of humour and pathos.
Your best Edinburgh moment?
Seeing my friend literally fall off his chair when he saw we’d got a five star review. I didn’t know people actually did that.
And your worst?
Realising I’d left my costume in a café 10 minutes before having to perform in a play that very much required the costume. I had to do a sprint run to find it. Achieved!
You've got one hour free in Edinburgh - what do you do?
Go to the Forest Café and see some Free Fringe wonders
Which Edinburgh landmark/venue/place would you give a five star review to?
The castle. Love castles.
Give us a secret Edinburgh tip!
If you don’t want to be given flyers, carry a bundle so you look like you’re giving them out as well.
Deep-fried haggis or deep-fried Mars bar?
Mars bar every time.
Kilt or trousers?
Kilt!! I might get one this year.
Arthur's Seat or Arthur Smith?
Arthur’s Seat - better views.
Complete this sentence: “In Edinburgh, I will be mainly...
...Not worrying. I will be mainly not worrying. That is the plan.”
Fran Mould’s show Significant Human Error is at 14.50 at the Underbelly, 2-26 August. Find out more and book tickets here.