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Revival!

Revival!

Compassionate and moving, Revival! explores in words and music the tensions between art and religion in Scotland through the story of Duncan Campbell, Mairi Campbell's grandfather, a powerful Highland preacher who was a leader of the Lewis Revival. Continue Reading

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Singin’ Drums

Singin’ Drums

Join these extraordinary artists joyfully celebrating the African-American musical experience. Using voice and drum, they create a musical tapestry connecting the historical drum set to the many female voices that shaped jazz, opera, gospel and blues. Subtly breathtaking! Continue Reading

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Good Grief

Good Grief

Chaos ensues as three siblings come together at the wake of their estranged father's funeral. Years of suppressed tensions bubble to the surface with explosive consequences. Lovers' tiffs, hash cookies, and a horny cougar: fast-paced musical comedy. http://goodgriefedfringe.tumblr.com @GoodGrief_EF Continue Reading

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The Yellow Wallpaper

The Yellow Wallpaper

This all-female company return with their acclaimed adaptation of Charlotte Perkins Gilman's chilling tale. Confined to a room, a woman develops an overwhelming and unhealthy obsession with the wallpaper, when reality and delusion begin to merge. Continue Reading

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Monkey Bars

Monkey Bars

Award-winning writer Chris Goode asked thirty 8 to 10-year-olds to talk about their lives. In Monkey Bars, their worlds are spoken by adults - playing adults in adult situations. A revelatory verbatim show that's funny, touching and endlessly surprising. 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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Visiting Time

Visiting Time

A nurse, her patient, his visitor. Best friends? Worst enemies? ‘You screwed around! We were preaching restraint and the beneficial effects of condoms; you were having it away with half Nairobi’. Winner, Sir Michael Caine Award (new writing). Continue Reading

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Waiting for Stanley

Waiting for Stanley

This moving physical comedy takes us back to a railway station in 1945 where a wife anxiously awaits her husband's return from the war. ‘Inventive, witty and pacy ... a real pleasure’ (TimeOut Critics’ Choice). Continue Reading

Chinese Whispers at Greenwich Theatre