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Tranquillity, Serenity, Calm

Tranquillity, Serenity, Calm

A charming, loopy and fast-paced comedy about Peter-Joe, an anarchist trying to rescue an idealistic civil servant, Francis, from the bomb he planted the night before. Inconveniently, Francis is too busy designing Utopia to be rescued. Continue Reading

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Punch & Judy

Punch & Judy

The original comedy of a serial killer. Humans replace puppets in this darkest of comedies tracing the descent into riot and celebrating the 350-year-old tradition. Not suitable for young children - has it ever been? Continue Reading

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Bye Bye World

Bye Bye World

It is possible. You could just disappear. Close the door, never to return again. Escape. Reinvent yourself. Start anew. Best of the Amsterdam Fringe 2011, nominated for the Theatre Award at the Fringe World Festival, Perth 2012. Continue Reading

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A Sky Burial

A Sky Burial

A blind date. A hospital ward. A darkly comic story of two strangers caught in the collision between the real world and the sinister world of their hospital. From the co-director of On Raftery’s Hill, **** (Mancunion). Continue Reading

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The World\'s Greatest Walking Tour of Edinburgh

The World's Greatest Walking Tour of Edinburgh

Cuth McWildered (History GCSE, A*) shows you Scotland's finest capital in the least ridiculous, most serious, most unbelievable, 100% hysterically accurate walking tour-de-farce ever. 'Precocious theatre innovators' (Times). 'Magnificent' ***** (FringeGuru.com for Auditorium). Continue Reading

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Grim(m) - Unreal Stories for Real Times

Grim(m) - Unreal Stories for Real Times

***** ‘Easily the best thing I have seen at the … Fringe’ (FringeReview.co.uk, 2011). A dark storytelling experience for adults. German-Scottish wunderkinder, Louna Productions, retell fairy tales in an unexpected way. www.lounaproductions.com. Continue Reading

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Mon Droit

Mon Droit

Who was the American that came to London for the love of a Queen, only to end up as a skeleton in St. James's Park? Meet Robert James Moore, far from home and without his medication. Continue Reading

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The Jhiva of Nietzsche

The Jhiva of Nietzsche

Combining live action and multimedia, the performance traces the life of philosopher Frederic Nietzsche through the eyes of his Jhiva (soul). Reason and intuition collide in an in-body divide between mind (digital character) and soul. www.theatrotranscendental.com. Continue Reading

★★★★★
Adolf

Adolf

‘Terrifying, searing, transfixing... It is quite impossible to be anything other than totally absorbed by Utton's performance. Adolf reaffirms the need and worth of political theatre.’ (Scotsman). One of the most exciting solo shows of the past decade. Continue Reading

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