Broadway Baby

★★★★
2401 Objects

2401 Objects

Analogue return to Edinburgh to tell the remarkable story of the world's most famous amnesiac patient who proved impossible to forget. ‘Bright new things of British Theatre’ (Observer), ‘Vivid, accomplished and intensely theatrical.’ (Scotsman). www.analogueproductions.co.uk Continue Reading

★★★★
The Big Bite Size Breakfast

The Big Bite Size Breakfast

Gorge yourself on a feast of international bite-size plays with coffee, croissants, strawberries and a warm welcome! Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award Shortlist, Observer/Guardian Picks of the Fringe, the Scotsman Top 100, Brighton Festival. Continue Reading

★★★★
The Man of Mode

The Man of Mode

Decadence, depravity, bad dad dancing. Braindead's Blitz club New Romantic spin on Etherage's classic. Fops strut alongside Spandau Ballet dandy, Dorimant. Fought over by Blondie bombshell and punk princesses, he wickedly seduces his way through London. Continue Reading

★★
Female Hitchhiker: The Truth About Getting Around - Free

Female Hitchhiker: The Truth About Getting Around - Free

Some secrets are too personal, crazy, ridiculous to share... except with a stranger. Ten years of close encounters on Britain's roads. 'Extraordinary' (Age Melbourne). ‘Fearless – outstanding’ (American Publishers Association). www.femalehitchhiker.co.uk Continue Reading

★★★★★
Wondrous Flitting

Wondrous Flitting

In Loreto is a Holy House, a wondrously divine flitting house. Now it's in Sam's house. A miracle has occurred and this crash landing leads to a darkly comic odyssey as Sam searches for truths and his girlfriend. Continue Reading

What Goes Up

What Goes Up

... must come down. Especially a three-man tent in the pissing rain. Sheep, puberty and broken families feature in this new dark comedy from Richard O'Brien (Winner, Oxford New Writing Festival). 'Sharp, cool comedy’ (Michael Frayn). www.passiveaggressiveproductions.com. Continue Reading

★★★★
The Observatory

The Observatory

Two paths cross in the desert. A father is killed and a soldier blamed. For the man who pulled the trigger, the choice is made clear: honour or shame. Poetic, powerful new ensemble theatre from Snuff Box. Continue Reading

★★★★
Spent

Spent

An award winning comedy highly acclaimed for its fast paced, satirical humour that takes the piss out of the greedy bastards who caused the financial crisis. Two actors play 20 characters in this physical and comedic tour de force. Continue Reading

★★
To Have and to Hold

To Have and to Hold

Shortlisted for the Cambridge Footlights Harry Porter Prize, 'To Have and to Hold' follows Lucy as she watches her best friend's wedding turn into the oddest evening ever. Things are about to get awkward. www.tohaveandtohold.org.uk. Continue Reading

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