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Dr Zeiffal, Dr Zeigal and the Hippo That Can Never Be Caught

Dr Zeiffal, Dr Zeigal and the Hippo That Can Never Be Caught

Calling all hippo expert enthusiasts! Award-winning family comedy that will have kids storming the stage. Join Dr Zeiffal on the hunt for the hippo that can never be caught! Featuring: the Invisible Hippo Blanket, the Hippo Google Googles and a blizzard of Hippo packaging. Expect belly laughs, belly flops and fantastical falls in this brilliant new adventure created by Mouths of Lions. Best Family Show (Buxton Fringe 2016). Continue Reading

3★
The Time Machine

The Time Machine

In this age of uncertainty, where shadows of tyranny, intolerance and war darken human progress, how much time do we have left? If civilisation fell today, what would become of us? In Rebecca Vaughan and Elton Townend Jones's reinvention of the HG Wells classic, a Victorian explorer travels through time into tomorrow, discovering the fate of our endeavours, uncovering our darkest fears. From the fall of man to the end of the world, this is the story of us all. Previous works: Austen's Women, I, Continue Reading

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The Girl Who Jumped Off The Hollywood Sign

The Girl Who Jumped Off The Hollywood Sign

An actress climbs the 50-foot 'H'. She has only ever wanted one thing: to be a star. A play with music about the quest for fame, inspired by Hollywood's Golden Age. Written and performed by Joanne Hartstone. 'Masterful... the best piece of theatre this Fringe' ***** (Kryztoff.com). 'A one of a kind show... Hartstone's contralto vocals make you think of a young Judy Garland' (BroadwayWorld.com). 'Be magically transported into Hartstone's faraway world of Hollywood at its ruthless fairy-story Continue Reading

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Tshepang: The Third Testament

Tshepang: The Third Testament

Based on the true story that rocked the nation and shocked the world, Lara Foot's haunting and uplifting masterpiece of redemption became an international success, presenting a rare and necessary foray into a world that few have seen before. It draws on a South African style of storytelling, combining striking and provocative visual imagery. 'The acting has a massive sculptural simplicity. That, and Gerhard Marx's set, with its toy village and basic props, suggests both the earthy vigour of Continue Reading

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The Patchwork Odyssey

The Patchwork Odyssey

A group of actors and a cellist attempt to reawaken the spirit of The Odyssey using only what they can remember from reading the books. They did prepare some songs and poems for support, to be honest. To add to the fun, there are some rules: the show is cast in front of the audience; performers must incorporate all kinds of surprising tasks; the cellist can interrupt at any time with a song or noise that the actors must incorporate into the play. Join the greatest story of all time and watch the Continue Reading

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Pixel Dust

Pixel Dust

Daniella swings from meme to meme, a Tarzan of the datafields. Can she find the answers she needs about who she really is through this digital odyssey? Starring Simone James (365, National Theatre Scotland; Citizenship, National Theatre). From award-winning Clare Bayley (The Container, Fringe First, Young Vic and International tour) Pixel Dust is a bold new play that defies categorisation. Directed by Metta Theatre’s Poppy Burton-Morgan (Mouthful, Trafalgar Studios) with set, lighting and Continue Reading

4★
Fauna

Fauna

A captivating exploration of primal behaviour created by performers from leading circus companies Gravity & Other Myths, NoFit State Circus, Seven Fingers and Poivre Rose. Witness the ritual of courtship, the aggression of competition, the Machiavellian cunning and the simple pleasure of play brought to life through the entrancing skill of these creatures from different circus backgrounds. Set to an original live soundtrack by award-winning acoustic and percussive guitarist Geordie Little. 'A Continue Reading

From the Ground Up

From the Ground Up

Do you let people influence you? Would you fight for peace? Is who you are determined by where you live? Is race important? From the Ground Up is a thrilling and provocative interactive show that unites and divides the audience through a series of challenging questions, stories and dilemmas, both political and personal. When faced with a difficult choice that can define you, will you step right or will you step left? Created by the Almeida Theatre Young Company, written by Joeri Smet (Ontroerend Continue Reading

3★
Raton Laveur

Raton Laveur

Phil and Lily have moved to Toronto from Australia to pursue Lily's dreams. Phil, finding himself at loose ends, becomes obsessed with the nest of raccoons living behind the crêperie where he works. As Phil descends deeper into paranoia things take a violent turn, and Lily is left cleaning up the mess. Raton Laveur is a comedy about love, relationships, and knives that cut through bone. 'Comedies don't get much blacker than this. Best Theatre' **** (Advertiser, Adelaide). 'Tar-black Continue Reading

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The Road That Wasn\'t There

The Road That Wasn't There

This is a story about a girl who followed a map off the edge of the world... In New Zealand there are some 56,000 kilometres of paper roads – streets and towns that exist only on surveyors' maps. Or do they? From the makers of The Bookbinder comes an award-winning dark fairytale combining puppetry, shadow-play, and music. Best Children's Event (Fringe World and Adelaide Fringe 2016), Outstanding New NZ Play (Chapman Tripps 2013). A captivating crossover work in the vein of Neil Gaiman and Continue Reading