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Miss Julie

Miss Julie

August Strindberg's love and death shocker from 1888 promises a fierce battle of the sexes with class structures jostling for dominance. Captivating theatre by versatile actors in this international co-production directed by Scottish Bafta award-winner Andrew Dallmeyer. Continue Reading

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Fameless

Fameless

‘I’ll be bigger than Leona.’ Three deluded misfits. One audition. But something’s seriously amiss. What does elimination really mean? Sotto Voce presents 'Fameless', a darkly comic look at what people will do for their fifteen minutes of fame. Continue Reading

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Rich Fulcher: Tiny Acts of Rebellion

Rich Fulcher: Tiny Acts of Rebellion

Rich Fulcher, from ‘The Mighty Boosh’ and ‘Snuff Box’, demonstrates how to stick it to the Man. Rich explains ‘we can’t all topple governments, but we can flip off our waiter behind the menu.' Continue Reading

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The Brandreth Papers

The Brandreth Papers

In this fantastically funny hour of masterful storytelling, Benet Brandreth recounts the astonishing (barely embellished) tale of his Hollywood career, disturbingly epic love life and how he rescued our nation from great evil. 'Rib-shakingly hilarious' (Londonist.com). Continue Reading

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Andrew Bird\'s Village Fete

Andrew Bird's Village Fete

A year in the life of a small village where Andrew discovered the local news didn't have all the big stories, just the ridiculous little ones. ‘Funny as hell’ (Rhod Gilbert). ‘A great storyteller’ (Time Out). Continue Reading

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The Real MacGuffins: Skitsophrenic

The Real MacGuffins: Skitsophrenic

Following 2010's sell-out debut show, the boys return with hilarious new sketches directed by Cal McCrystal (‘Mighty Boosh’, ‘Spymonkey’).'Truly inventive ... deliciously daft' (List). 'Incredibly silly and funny' (Scotsman), ***** (FreshAir.org.uk), **** (ThreeWeeks). Continue Reading

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Olver: Portrait of a Serial Killer

Olver: Portrait of a Serial Killer

Mark Olver returns to Edinburgh with a new show. Sort of stand-up, sort of theatre, and all kinds of scary. Actual violence guaranteed. **** (Scotsman), **** (Chortle.co.uk). Best New Show, Leicester Comedy Festival 2011. Continue Reading

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Baker and Thompson: Never Made it to the RSC - Free

Baker and Thompson: Never Made it to the RSC - Free

Two actors, both alike in having no dignity, reflect on personal Shakespearean tragedies. 'Laugh out loud funny! Intelligent, outrageous, hilarious' ***** (LoveFringe.com). 'Blisteringly funny, devastating punchlines' **** (ThreeWeeks). Continue Reading

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