2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe
The 2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe was the 59th Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
2006 was the first Fringe following the introduction of the new legislation banning smoking indoors. During a photocall at the Assembly Rooms for a play in which he was playing Winston Churchill, the actor Mel Smith lit a cigar, flouting the ban. Controversy arose when Smith insisted he would smoke onstage during the first performance - he did not go through with this claim.
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