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Thünderbards

Thünderbards

Strapping sketch comedians Matt Stevens and So You Think You're Funny? 2012 finalist Glenn Moore emerge, blinking into the Edinburgh sunlight with their hotly-tipped Fringe debut. Praise for writers: ‘Hilarious’ (ThreeWeeks). ‘Brilliant’ (Josie Long). Continue Reading

★★★
Big Boys Don\'t Cry

Big Boys Don't Cry

Women are unfathomable at the best of times. Add a baby, the gulf widens. Now becoming a father, Eddie's forced to face his past and succumb to new emotions. The only certainty? Everything's about to change. Continue Reading

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Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence

Three generations of women, caught in a web of haunting memories, disturbing emotions and nightmares. The granddaughter fights for her family's lost history. Her mother remains in denial. The grandmother, an Auschwitz survivor, harbours a dark secret. Continue Reading

★★★
AntiGraham

AntiGraham

After the acclaimed Graham Rex, Graham are back with brand new sketches in AntiGraham. When bloodthirsty badgers stage a coup d'etat, four friends find themselves trapped in an underground bunker, with only their dreams and memories for comfort. Continue Reading

★★
Four Walls

Four Walls

Sarah is rudely awoken by a farting slipper, but that is the least of her problems. Encouraged by the furniture, she embarks on a journey into memories that she would prefer stayed forgotten. Continue Reading

★★★★★
Ciara

Ciara

Set against the razor-sharp landscape of Glasgow, Ciara (Blythe Duff), struggles to emerge from the shadow of her father’s ganglands legacy. Ciara is a new play from the Olivier award-winning writer, David Harrower. Continue Reading

★★★
Lead Pencil

Lead Pencil

Imagine the lovechild of Saved by the Bell and Art Attack! That's Lead Pencil and they've made a sketch show, by literally sketching it. 'Fast-paced, high energy nonsense' **** (Skinny). 'Well made, finely tuned comedy' **** (BroadwayBaby.com). Continue Reading

★★★★★
Ballad of the Burning Star

Ballad of the Burning Star

Multi award-winning Ad Infinitum (Translunar Paradise, Odyssey) presents an explosive tale. Armed with music, killer heels and a lethal troop of divas, an enraged Israeli executes a story of victimhood, persecution, aggression and love. Continue Reading

★★★★
Hirsch

Hirsch

The smash-hit production direct from Canada's Stratford Festival. Orphaned by war, Hungarian refugee Hirsch finds a new home in the world of theatre, where fierce talent and uncompromising drive propel him to great heights but challenge his existence. Continue Reading

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