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A science fiction comedy about love and the end of the world. In a futuristic world with flying cities and absurd radio dramas, a young and innocent couple struggles to find a fulfilling purpose to their existence. Greg and Beth have a great home, great jobs, and all the comfort they could ask for. However, they feel there is something missing from their lives. They decide to volunteer as charity workers, hoping to be asked to take care of cute puppies and kittens. Instead, they are given the Continue Reading

From Today, Everything Changes.

From Today, Everything Changes.

Before Chris’s wife died, after over 30 years of marriage, she made him promise to be himself. But accepting he’s gay is only the start. Online dating is a whole new world; can this younger man really be interested in him? And how does he come out to his daughter? Written by first time Fringe author Ian Tucker-Bell and brought to Edinburgh by the Oast Theatre, this new play takes a refreshingly honest and tender look at a 60-year-old man coming out and finding love. Continue Reading

Room-Mate

Room-Mate

Hugo Alastor has gone missing. His only family connection is his brother who journeys to a B&B to find him – the last place Hugo was seen alive. But there is a shadow lurking amongst even more shadows, carrying secrets and a dark omen. And you never know where it’ll show up next… A contemporary horror combining stage and screen. You'll be taken on a thrilling, intensifying journey that is scary, dramatic and suspenseful, but often funny too. You definitely won't want to turn your lights Continue Reading

The Giant\'s Loo Roll

The Giant's Loo Roll

'Oh fe fi fo, and fe fi fum! Now what shall I do to wipe my...' Bumpety! Bumpety! Bumpety-bump! A Giant’s toilet roll one day fell to the floor and flew away. Returning to Edinburgh after its successful West End run. Look out for the biggest loo roll ever on stage in this giant of a children’s musical. Watch out for some frightened sheep, lots of excited children and a fantastic amount of toilet paper in this rip roaring musical by TaleGate Theatre Productions. Continue Reading

Father Christmas Comes Up Trumps

Father Christmas Comes Up Trumps

Father Christmas is back, and this time he's had three helpings of sprouts! As he tries to deliver the presents, his tummy rumbles, gurgles and groans, but Father Christmas knows he must keep it in – he doesn't want to wake anyone up! TaleGate Theatre Productions hit the perfect combination of witty humour, fantastic music and the extra sparkle for which they have become known in this fabulously funny and brilliantly bouncy musical adaptation of Nicholas Allan’s sequel to Father Christmas Continue Reading

The Amazing Clinic of Armour and Smith

The Amazing Clinic of Armour and Smith

When a group of heartbroken patients are left alone in the waiting room of Armour and Smith's Clinic for the Lovesick, the course of true love takes a hairpin curve. A hilarious look at what it means to be caught up in the madness of love, The Amazing Clinic of Armour and Smith evokes the golden age of British comedy and is a much-needed antidote to the harsh cynicism of our times. Continue Reading

Obfuscation

Obfuscation

In an age of disinformation, this seminar teaches you how to stop telling people what you think and start telling them what they think. But when truth becomes slippery, who can be trusted? Are the instructors plotting a nefarious scheme or just trying to find a word for love that hasn’t lost its meaning? Either way, if you forget your name, an extra will be provided. Continue Reading

Man and Boy

Man and Boy

Robert Cole is a journalist, father and poet. Maurice is his son. Their show is a reflective, thought-provoking 50 minutes of poetry and music. The main source of material is Robert's newly published slim volume titled London Poems. The work will make you smile hopefully but be warned, the words have depth. Robert's poetic heroes are John Keats, TS Eliot, Philip Larkin, UA Fanthorpe and Adrian Mitchell. The show is staged with a simplicity that matches the thoughts and feelings in the poetry. Continue Reading

Dirty Bitches

Dirty Bitches

This play tells the story of Sophia, a street prostitute, and Serephina, a high class escort. These two women, both in their mid sixties, are coerced by Royston into meeting each other for the first time, or so they think. He has known each of them for most of their lives and has formed an emotional attachment to both. Through formative events, we find out how Serephina came to choose her destiny, while Sophia allowed destiny to claim her. This evocative story is both tragic and funny. Continue Reading

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