After 24 performances, Conflict of Interest has finished its run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It took place daily at Sweet's new Novotel Hotel venue on Lauriston Place.
Audiences seemed genuinely interested, inspired and moved by the histories from World War 1.
Here are the 3 audience reviews from different days which were posted on the Edinburgh Fringe website:
'Loved this. Wasn't sure what to expect, but was drawn into the world of Richard Pulsford's family during WW1. It's fascinating stuff - family history unfolding as all around the First World War pulls everything down. Pulsford's research is incredibly detailed. And yes, there is a personal conflict of interest too! Not a play, not spoken word, not comedy - it's an illustrated talk, a slightly different offering at the Fringe and well worth an hour of your life!' 'Very interesting account of a diverse family history across WW1. Well researched and would motivate many to delve further into their own archives'.
'A great way to learn what the first WW meant for a British family. Very well documented, rich in information and detail but also very well framed in the context of the time. Go and watch the show, emerge in the atmosphere of Scarborough, a century ago!'