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The Rape of Artemisia Gentileschi

The Rape of Artemisia Gentileschi

The true story of Baroque artist Artemisia Gentileschi, savagely raped by her father's friend, sadistically tortured during his trial to prove she was telling the truth. Artemisia is horrified by a visit from her erstwhile companion, Tuzia, who may have been complicit in her ordeal. How credible is a woman's word when rape has occurred? As relevant today as it was in 1611. Starring Julia Munrow ('Passionate, feisty, energetic and expressive', FringeReview.co.uk, for Allergic Audience, 2016) and Continue Reading

Hide

Hide

London, 1884. It is long years since the disappearance of Dr Jekyll, but the machinations of the government ensure that his work continues. Thanks to the Jekyll serum, each citizen of London has become a cog in a well-made machine. But stories echo in the shadows and steam, those who speak against this new order disappear, and strange mechanical servants have been seen in the homes of the rich and powerful. In this steam-powered world of clockwork and conformity, six extraordinary women will try Continue Reading

Evocation

Evocation

This Edinburgh premiere finds Pierrot Lunaire in a tragic love story set in fin de siècle Brighton. By turns shocking and tender, erotic and cruel, Evocation is an unholy collision between Antoine Arlot's original drone noise score and La SoupeCie's gothic puppetry, with a new English translation of Giraud's symbolist classic. Critical acclaim for previous Off-West End Award nominated production Consolation: 'Another exceptional piece of work from Théâtre Volière' ***** Continue Reading

Blind Mirth

Blind Mirth

Blind Mirth are St Andrews’ first, best and only improv comedy troupe. Performing the finest and most luxurious improv comedy at the Fringe. This isn't any old improv, this is Blind Mirth improv. Sit back, relax, and enjoy. ‘This is improvisation at its best’ (BroadwayBaby.com). ‘Brilliantly random... Blind Mirth had the room lit-up and roaring’ (EdFringeReview.com). ‘Hilarious from start to finish’ (AYoungerTheatre.com). Derek Award Winner: Best Improv Show Fringe 2016. Continue Reading

100

100

Imagine that you have only one hour to choose one single memory from your life – and everything else will be erased forever. What would you choose? 100 follows four individuals being guided through the void, as they struggle to decide: What is enough? What really matters? And what does it all mean…? Journeys of self-discovery, spiritual revelation and compassion are played out as the world of the afterlife is woven together from the threads of what used to be their lives. Continue Reading

The Greenhouse

The Greenhouse

Gordon and Paul are classic slackers and up until now their lives have consisted of dodgy deals, shady characters, and daytime television. But the theft of a bag of high purity heroin from their psychotic neighbour – drug supplier and all-round nutjob Benjy – throws the boys’ lives into turmoil. In a world where being at the wrong place at the wrong time can be deadly, their safety depends on navigating wide-boy junkies, violent locals, and the scariest danger of all: new and old Continue Reading

The Other Half Lives

The Other Half Lives

A realistic drama with a cast of five and duration of 60 minutes. It follows the day in the life of the Shepherd family, North London, and their individual battles with grief over the death of their son Josh, five years prior. It's a story of love, hope and the incredible strength of humanity. 'If you are going through hell, you just keep going.' With laughter and tears, we take an hour to get to know these people and realise how important it is to always carry on – to be your own Voyager 1. Continue Reading

Noose Women

Noose Women

Just how low can reality TV go? When sinister American cult leader Chuck pitches a gruesome dating show with death as the ultimate prize, a couple of desperate television producers start salivating. Is the public ready for a new kind of extreme dating? Will the ratings go through the roof? Will everyone’s moral compass fly out the window? There will be outrage, blood and betrayal and that’s just in the producer’s office! Find out just how much reality TV contestants are willing to Continue Reading

Sixth Night: Shakespeare For Those With Short Attention Spans

Sixth Night: Shakespeare For Those With Short Attention Spans

How do you bring Shakespeare to the Edinburgh Fringe? Cut one of his most famous plays in half and give it a witty title. Rolling In The Aisle Productions return to Edinburgh with an abridged version of William Shakespeare's classic comedy Twelfth Night. Expect the unexpected and prepare to be thoroughly amused as our company trawl through this gem of a play, with the hope of reigning you in and capturing your attention for a whole solid hour. This is Shakespeare as you've never seen him before! Continue Reading

The Sound of Extras

The Sound of Extras

Ever thought what it was like to be in the most famous film musical of all time? Ponder no further. Don your lederhosen, grab a lonely goatherd and make your way to the Austrian alps. A high camp, lowbrow comedy which sees two friends in a cold tent, half way up a mountain, waiting to be called to film their scenes for The Sound of Music. Playing multiple roles – the delay of the Salzburg Ice Hockey team threatens to have our two gals get in touch with their masculine side. Continue Reading

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