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Isaac’s Eye

Isaac’s Eye

This contemporary play looks into the life of a young Isaac Newton, using a mix of fact and fiction to explore the sacrifices great minds make to become great people. Playwright Lucas Hnath blends history and fantasy as he reimagines the contentious, plague-ravaged world Newton inhabited, exploring Continue Reading

Phools

Phools

The invigorating and inventive Babolin are winners of the 2015 Fringe Review Outstanding Theatre Award. ‘The talent of this incredible ensemble is quite stunning' (FringeReview.co.uk). In the dingy light of a flickering streetlamp on a desolate street in the middle of anywhere, Phools Mortalsby is Continue Reading

Seanmhair

Seanmhair

Seanmhair (feminine, Scots Gaelic): grandmother. Pronunciation: shen-a-var. A chance meeting between two children on the streets of Edinburgh unleashes a terrible reckoning, leaving Jenny and Tommy forever bound together by blood and fate. Brutal and beautiful, Hywel John's remarkable new play Continue Reading

The Cat Man Curse

The Cat Man Curse

The Cat Man Curse is a whirlwind comedy by ex-Footlights Jordan, Sam and Guy. Using sketch, clown and physical theatre, Pelican balance a cartoonish narrative with playfulness and improvisation to tell the story of a bizarre mystery. When TV actor Charles Heron (famous for playing hotshot lawyer Continue Reading

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Posh

Posh

In an oak-panelled room in Oxford, ten young bloods with cut-glass vowels and deep pockets embark on a night of debauchery, decadence and bloody good wine. As the evening progresses and wine flows, their antics take a disastrous turn. Laura Wade’s critically acclaimed, darkly comic play charts the Continue Reading

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Stack

Stack

This very silly musical comedy play, from award-winning Ed MacArthur, follows Stackard Banks, celebrity explorer, on a madcap Amazonian expedition that will change his life forever. ‘Fast-paced comic storytelling… a genuinely funny piece of theatre’ **** (BroadwayBaby.com). **** (Scotsman). Continue Reading

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Kursk

Kursk

'Captain, contact's engine noise ceased... she's on her way down.' The year 2000. A Russian submarine, the Kursk, explodes in the Barents Sea. Nearby, a British vessel on a secret military mission witnesses its final minutes. The crew must decide whether to blow their cover and go to the Continue Reading

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The Improverts

The Improverts

Always different, always funny, Edinburgh's longest running improvised comedy troupe is back behind Bedlam Theatre's big red doors for yet another year of lightning fast wit, expert tech, and high energy performances. Each night, a dynamic combination of players take to the stage for another round Continue Reading

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