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The Lunchtime Special

The Lunchtime Special

Don’t miss the best of today’s new comedians at yesterday’s prices in this stellar lunchtime show. Join five of the most exciting rising stars of the comedy scene at The Tron – you saw them here first! Daily specials announced each day on the venue boards. Now in its fifth year – previous acts include Tom Ward (Comedy Central at the Comedy Store), Darren Harriott (Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central), Ken Cheng (BBC Three), Kiri Pritchard-McLean (ITV2), Andy Field (Chortle Student Continue Reading

Steve Bugeja: Summer Camp

Steve Bugeja: Summer Camp

In 2009, Steve spent his summer working at a kids camp in America. Woefully ill-equipped, disastrously naive and notoriously bad with children – this is the true story of what happened. Following two critically acclaimed sell-out Fringe runs, Steve Bugeja returns with his third solo show. BBC New Comedy Award winner, as seen on Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central (Comedy Central) and heard on BBC Radio 4’s Fresh From The Fringe. 'Plentiful jokes and compelling storytelling' Continue Reading

Edy Hurst: Theme Show

Edy Hurst: Theme Show

Award-winning comedian Edy Hurst presents a debut work of comic ingenuity and imagination, plundering against forces far beyond his reach to create the world’s greatest theme park. Expect rides (homemade), fireworks (homemade) and more (homemade) in the world’s first (only) theme park show! 'A manic ball of comedy energy' (Gigglebeats.co.uk). 'A joyous comic to behold' (ManchesterWire.co.uk). 'A real gem' (York Press). Continue Reading

Gilbert and Sullivan\'s Improbable New Musical: The Fringe Lozenge

Gilbert and Sullivan's Improbable New Musical: The Fringe Lozenge

This is the show that Gilbert and Sullivan might have written, if the Fringe (and the term 'musical') had been around in their day. Set at the Edinburgh Fringe, two companies go to extreme lengths to secure good reviews. The plot includes the usual Gilbertian elements: an abandoned baby, sense of duty, love across ranks and an implausible, contrived finale. Unusual flat-sharing arrangements and a magic lozenge complete the picture. All-new lyrics, set to Sullivan's music (featuring music from Continue Reading

Sleepwalkers

Sleepwalkers

When your fears are ignored by those in charge and your very existence is threatened by circumstances you can't control, will you do what's right or what feels safe? Or will you drown out everything with music and wine and dance to the tunes of chaos? Set in 1929 Germany and 2020 England, Sleepwalkers interweaves stories of cafes, jazz and demagogues to explore what it means to be a family, a community and a nation. Who will take the reigns when the demands and insecurities of entire social Continue Reading

Lipstick and Scones

Lipstick and Scones

Three sisters who have ended up living very separate lives gather to celebrate the eldest's engagement, but as it's her fourth this year, no one is certain if he even exists! As the evening progresses past resentments and old secrets emerge that could derail all their lives. Lipstick and Scones by Paul Vitty is 45 minutes of biting wit and incredible heart, sure to make you laugh and maybe shed a tear or two. Continue Reading

A Tale Etched in Blood and Hard Black Pencil

A Tale Etched in Blood and Hard Black Pencil

When a double murder reunites the classmates of St Elizabeth's Primary School, scores are settled, debts repaid and alliances forged. Twenty years have passed but will those bonds still hold fast? This hilarious Scottish black comedy, adapted from Christopher Brookmyre's novel, takes a nostalgic look at school days, filled with psycho teachers, class jokers and playground feuds. All set to a cracking 70s/80s soundtrack! Warning – this play contains very strong language and scenes of a sexual Continue Reading

Jimmyville

Jimmyville

A naturalistic drama with a cast of eight and duration of 60 minutes with strong elements of Brechtian theatre. Full of a sweaty, Vegas vibe the story of cult culture lead by Jimmy (based on Jim Jones) in 1950s Nevada, USA. The story of his meeting with Pam and Tom and the consequential survival of their relationship there after. Another strong character piece challenging and relating to the never changing politics of our world – then – now – always. Continue Reading

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