Harmony – The Mumbai Experience

Harmony – The Mumbai Experience

Mumbai... maximum city! Filled with dreamers, labourers, starlets, gangsters and lots and lots of colourful people. Presented to you by the students of The Aditya Birla Integrated School, India, a school for children with learning difficulties... 

Call of the Void

Call of the Void

Call of the Void explores catharsis and connection through ghost stories from around the world. Incorporating music, movement and immersive effects this world premier production will beckon your mind beyond the living. 

Roxy Likes Cats

Roxy Likes Cats

Last night, Roxy had a phone call from her mum. She packed her bags and started the long journey home. Now she’s outside her door, knowing when she goes inside, things will never be the same. 

Bourbon Street 5: Funked Up and Blue

Bourbon Street 5: Funked Up and Blue

The funky gentlemen, who have been thrilling Edinburgh audiences with their unique brand of funky soul music, are teaming up with Greenside Venues to bring you six electrifying evenings of funk, soul and good vibes... 

Folklore

Folklore

Folklore entwines three past folk stories from across the South West to form a new narrative using contemporary dance and puppetry to show the characters' interaction. Original music is composed by Dorset folk-duo Ninebarrow bringing the extra dimension of colour to each scene. 

Father in the Hole

Father in the Hole

The father was gone, the daughter who knew nothing about traditions had to step up to take charge of the Hong Kong -style funeral. But her mind was a complete blank when being asked what her dad's favourite food was... 

Henriad – Histories of Betrayal

Henriad – Histories of Betrayal

Step into the epic with Shakespeare's Henriad! Revel in shorter, vibrant re-imaginings of the Bard's Richard II, Henry IV and Henry V, and see a story of friendship, duty and betrayal... 

Loserville

Loserville

Get your ticket into Loserville from the team behind Fringe sell-out American Idiot! The Son of Dork musical comes to the Edinburgh Fringe for the first time. In 1971, computer nerd Michael Dork is about to change the world and no one even knows it! But when Holly arrives in town, Michael finds that they have a lot more in common than just a love for binary! With hit songs like Ticket Out of Loserville, Little Things and Slacker, the catchy soundtrack will keep you rocking all night long! 

Spring Awakening

Spring Awakening

Considered one of the best musicals of this century the Tony Award-winning show Spring Awakening, featuring an electrifying folk rock score, is brought to life in a bold new staging by leading West End/International creatives and a cast of fresh graduates from Mountview, a leading drama school... 

My Name Is Dorothy

My Name Is Dorothy

Dorothy Lawrence, an aspiring British journalist, disguised herself as a soldier and spent three weeks undercover at the front in France during WWI. After her discovery, she was banned from journalism but wrote a book about her experiences which was finally published in 1919... 

Éowyn Emerald and Dancers

Éowyn Emerald and Dancers

Éowyn Emerald returns following her sold-out 2016 run with a new program showcasing her striking choreography and outstanding company of dancers. Physical, poetic, technically demanding and emotionally complex, don’t miss this exciting dance maker’s newest creation for the 2018 Fringe... 

Elicitations

Elicitations

Elicitations features extracts from three poignant works by British/Australian choreographer Briar Adams. The cool and flawless dancers evoke the precarious boundaries between belonging and escape, in an eruption of emotionally charged and gracefully articulated contemporary ballet... 

The Antiscians

The Antiscians

Inspired by the George MacDonald fairy tale, The Day Boy And The Night Girl. A warlock named Watho, seized by the madness of grief, raises two girls in isolation. When the girls meet for the first time, they're challenged by their differences and strengthened by their decisions to overcome them... 

The Isle of Muck

The Isle of Muck

Basil abandons university to join his Uncle January, an ageing party boy, on the sparsely populated Isle of Muck. He finds that his uncle, motivated by an irrational distrust for technology and the financial pressure of his castle's upkeep, has set up a rehabilitation centre for internet addicts... 

American Idiot

American Idiot

The hit Green Day punk rock musical returns to the Edinburgh Fringe following two consecutive sell-out years. Following three boys in their struggle to start an adult life in Trump's broken America... 

The Yellow Storm

The Yellow Storm

We prefer to play this show in a realistic way. In order to precisely describe the condition of Chinese families in 1930s according to the script, we would like to employ many elements that show the traditional Chinese culture, such as Chinese stories, language and decorations... 

Spring Awakening

Spring Awakening

Spring Awakening is a touching and affecting musical. In 1981 Germany, the bubbling sexual curiosity of a small town’s teenagers mixed with a neglect to sexually educate them leads to disastrous and heart-breaking consequences... 

The Darling Core

The Darling Core

An original dark comedy about the original dark couple. The Darling Core (comprised of Adam and Lilith) is a somewhat modern vaudeville duo, struggling to remain interesting to the world and each other... 

Torn Apart – By Romeo and Juliet

Torn Apart – By Romeo and Juliet

Memories are reborn, they are created, they make up the narrative of young people who bring to the scene various perspectives on childhood, pain, homesickness, loss, affective relations and extreme passions now idealised, now lived by them or by their parents – themes that revolve around and cross the central theme of the show: love... 

Christina Rossetti's Goblin Market

Christina Rossetti's Goblin Market

Adapted and performed by Jennifer Jewell, Goblin Market is a solo performance, with Jewell taking on the roles of two young sisters and the goblins they encounter. It’s a sharp, solid hour of the poem simply told, with no bells and whistles... 

She and Her Cat – Eddies in the Ebb and Flow

She and Her Cat – Eddies in the Ebb and Flow

Traditional Japanese Rakugo comedic sit-down storytelling from a cat's perspective. Adapted from one of Makoto Shinkai's earlier works by Gaijin. Some cats are pets, others are more like angels... 

Busu and the Damask Drum

Busu and the Damask Drum

Inspired on Zeami's Aya No Tsuzumi, Busu and the Damask Drum was originally adapted by Yukio Mishima for the modern stage. Hailed as a double bill of miniature Japanese gems, Busu is a classic Kyogen farce and the Damask Drum is a tragic ghost story... 

American Idiot

American Idiot

Shove on some Dr. Martens, crack out your eyeliner and prepare to relive the pop punk hits of the noughties through this performance of American Idiot: The Musical.Car Crash Productions’ ‘OUTREACH’ Project has stomped onto the stage of Greenside @ Royal Terrace performing the much loved songs of Green Day with anarchic punch and high energy as they play drug addicts, young activists railing against ‘the system’, and lost teenagers... 

Carry King

Carry King

Brought to you by EnjoyMedia Cultural Company, Carry King is a visually striking, experimental piece of theatre. The production is based on the idea of an interactive E-sport, which over the course of the play asks the audience to join the competition and play to win! A bold and inventive play, Carry King highlights the growing and diverse nature of theatre currently being produced in China... 

Priscilla Queen of the Desert

Priscilla Queen of the Desert

It’s impossible to miss the irony in the name of the production company behind Priscilla: Queen of the Desert – Car Crash Productions. The show was, in short, poorly-directed, messy and under-rehearsed, and I have rarely spent a musical laughing so hard for all the wrong reasons... 

Museum

Museum

Through refreshing and unexpected comedy, Museum by Tina Howe explores the humanity that connects each of us as we journey through our vastly different and unpredictable lives. 

New City, New Sound

New City, New Sound

New City, New Sound is an ensemble piece to highlight the musical and cultural talents emanating from the Chinese city of Shenzhen. Combining a range of performances, the show will offer audiences a first-hand opportunity to see and hear traditional Chinese instruments... 

Escape for Dummies

Escape for Dummies

"Store closing in fifteen minutes. All security to level one." Deep within the confines of retail prison, a lone dummy dreams of a world beyond the shutters of the shop. Until the day comes when a new arrival in womenswear topples his lonely existence, beginning an unspoken bond unique as the barcode on their clothes... 

Hyperion

Hyperion

'Being called a Greek feels like being bound with a dog collar.' In a bunker on a Greek island, a conscript keeps watch. Alone. His mission: to guard the border for 72 hours. Three days later, no one shows up: no replacement, no pick-up, no one... 

California Dreaming

California Dreaming

This southern Californian dance troupe presents an hour of high-energy contemporary ballet, depicting humor, beauty, longing, first love and the contemplation of strengths and weaknesses within a dancer's career... 

Cannonball

Cannonball

The Florence Theatre Company presents Cannonball, an irreverent new drama making its Edinburgh Fringe debut following the company’s sell-out production of America at the Chelsea Theatre... 

Mirror, Mirror, Off the Wall

Mirror, Mirror, Off the Wall

‘Mirror, mirror, on the wall – does this selfie make my nose look big?’ Your favourite fairy tales in disguise, this once upon a time is happening now. Pretty can be ugly; can evil be good? Don’t count on Prince Charming to whisk you away on his gallant steed; these princesses aren’t all white as snow and rosy-lipped, and they don’t always care about being the fairest... 

Wrecked

Wrecked

Based on The Tempest, Wrecked is an absurd political satire chronicling two days in the lives of six pirates and one dead parrot, shipwrecked on a tropical island. When there is no longer an authority to rebel against, these buffoonish buccaneers turn on one another, each vying for power... 

Jen Stone and Megan Thompson Dance Project

Jen Stone and Megan Thompson Dance Project

Jen Stone and Megan Thompson Dance Project is known for its dynamic physicality, powerful imagery and emotive choreography. These captivating performers will present an exciting new programme that explores love, loss, transformation and resurrection... 

The Girl Who Touched the Stars

The Girl Who Touched the Stars

April and Ella’s entire world is changing and there is nothing they can do to stop it. To escape the realities of life, the two sisters use their imagination to create some new friends... 

Felix Holt: The Radical

Felix Holt: The Radical

‘Wholesome’ is how a lady I spoke to after the performance described Felix Holt: The Radical. It’s not a word I can remember using, but the subsequent conversation revealed her to be well versed in Eliot, the Midlands and the nineteenth century... 

Pawn

Pawn

Created, written, and performed by students from Oxford University, Queenside Productions new musical Pawn is an impressive, if imperfect, piece of new student writing that, whilst not perfect, is still an interesting window into a peculiar period of time... 

Éowyn Emerald & Dancers

Éowyn Emerald & Dancers

Éowyn Emerald and Dancers, make a welcome return to Edinburgh in their usual Greenside, Royal Terrace location. They played to a full house the day I was there and some last-minute hopefuls had to be turned away... 

Caesar in a Lift

Caesar in a Lift

What would you say if you met Caesar in a lift in Sheffield in the 1980s? The miners' strike is ongoing and Caesar doesn’t know himself. Then the lift breaks. A union man and a university professor are among the characters trying to work out what's going on with the lift, their lives and society in general... 

Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing

Award-winning Sudden Impulse Theatre Company are marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death by bringing his much-loved comedy classic to the Edinburgh Fringe. This is the first time that the Warwickshire based company have performed at the Edinburgh Fringe, but they have enjoyed much success at the Buxton Fringe for many years... 

All of Me

All of Me

‘When it’s working, you won’t even pay attention to the time; there is no time, there is just that win.’ Gareth, not by his own admission, is a loner. Recently fired from his job as a travel agent, he recounts the story of his downfall; the death of his father, a spiralling gambling habit, and the man responsible for it all – his ex-boss, and once friend, Derrick Wentworth... 

You Tweet My Face Space

You Tweet My Face Space

Ever wondered, or perhaps dreaded, what it would be like if your search history could talk? With a host of zany characters and one wonderfully surreal party, You Tweet My Face Space brings the internet to life and imagines the consequences on work – and relationships – this could bring... 

The Surge

The Surge

With the parliamentary Labour party at apparent loggerheads with a huge chunk of its ordinary party members, and a Prime Minister arguably governing without a strong mandate, the growing alienation of the British electorate from their representatives has rarely been in sharper focus... 

Made in Dagenham the Musical

Made in Dagenham the Musical

Following its woefully short-lived run at the Adelphi Theatre in 2015, the only opportunity to catch this upbeat musical is now in the hands of amateur theatre companies. This company rises to the occasion in their lively adaptation of Made in Dagenham, delivering an hour and a half of feel-good fun... 

The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

Tackling an adaptation of The Great Gatsby, one of the most famous and beloved novels ever written, is not a task taken on lightly but it is one the Nottingham New theatre rises too, bringing the wit and bittersweet poignancy of F Scott Fitzgerald’s seminal American classic to the stage successfully... 

The Ones

The Ones

The story of a relationship told entirely out of sequence as a play within a play. If this sounds complicated, that's because it was.The Ones (written and directed by Ilias Panagiotakopoulos for Urbn Theatr) was advertised as ‘a unique and complex story told in a completely new way’ and it certainly delivered on this... 

American Idiot

American Idiot

The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, based on the music of Green Day, comes to the Edinburgh Fringe in this exciting new take on the show. Following three boys in their struggle to start adult life in a post 9/11 world... 

Dani Girl

Dani Girl

Trust me, Fringe magic still happens. Just when you least expect it, you stumble upon a rough little diamond of a show, lurking within the depths of an old church, even early in the day... 

Red Rose / White Rose

Red Rose / White Rose

There were two actresses in Strindberg's play: one I called his white rose, the other his red rose. One was a spotless wife, the other a shameless mistress. Who's the stronger anyway – a housewife desperate to keep her husband home, or a free spirit destined to shut herself out of the marriage institution? The answer lies within the 1940s Shanghai. 

Tyrannosaurus Sketch

Tyrannosaurus Sketch

The country’s only student-run theatre presents an hour of sketch comedy in the form of Tyrannosaurus Sketch! Featuring six actors fueled mostly by coffee and the desperate need to procrastinate their degree, and writers with comedy ambitions bigger than Kim Jong Un's nuclear missile programme... 

Tall Women in Clogs

Tall Women in Clogs

A surprisingly funny show made up of a series of bizarre vignettes including film, speeches, dance (there is some dancing in clogs, but nowhere near as you expect from the title), singing and shortbread all strung together into an amusing performance illustrating life as a modern woman – particularly a tall woman... 

Perceptual Landscape

Perceptual Landscape

A technical marvel, Perceptual Landscape is an alarming watch. We enter on unbearable supersonic screeches and earth-rocking bass. Crumpled paper adds unease to an already complex soundscape... 

Richard III

Richard III

Richard III is one of the most fascinating Shakespeare plays I know, and it is always interesting to see new interpretations by different companies. The text itself is incredibly complex and deals with very mature themes, so it seems like a play that could be a nightmare for such a young company to perform... 

Elysium Fields

Elysium Fields

Potemkin’s People is one of two shows performing on alternate nights under the joint title of Elysium Fields from B-Land Productions. It concerns a political prisoner telling her captor a new fable about the artificial manufacturing of a nation and its self-inflicted path to destruction under the guise of beating ‘the enemy’ with their new weapon - words... 

Waitless

Waitless

Described as a ‘backwards love story’, Waitless is an interesting twist on the genre of romance. American couple Trent and Shelly move to London after Trent gets a promotion, but things don’t quite go to plan... 

Undermined

Undermined

Undermined was going to be called Shafted, but a guy named Godber had already beaten Danny Mellor to it. Both names are clever and set the tone for telling a tragic tale. The miners strike ended in 1985... 

The Flying Ship

The Flying Ship

Something is rotten in the state of Russia. The Tsar is a puppet-king swayed by corrupt officials who fear the day when the shrewd princess will ascend the throne. As a result, they convince him to marry his daughter off to the first man who can bring him a flying ship... 

Something Between Nothing and Everything

Something Between Nothing and Everything

In our fast-paced and demanding consumer culture, a production that takes time to examine and appreciate the joys and sorrows found in everyday life can be a real gem. Using poetic prose, beautifully intricate dance and a striking soundscape, Comuna de Pedra have worked hard to achieve just that... 

Tibetan Monks Performance Workshop

Tibetan Monks Performance Workshop

Tibetan Buddhist monks will introduce you to some of the steps from the masked dances, give you the background to their tradition of spirited dialectical debate and teach you the intricate hand gestures or mudras from a tantric prayer... 

Tibetan Monks Art Workshop

Tibetan Monks Art Workshop

An opportunity to meet the Tibetan monks and learn from them the unique tantric art of sand mandala making and butter sculpture. Print your own prayer flag from a traditional hand carved wooden block... 

Tibetan Monks Sacred Music and Masked Dance

Tibetan Monks Sacred Music and Masked Dance

Eight Tibetan monks present an exciting performance of sacred masked dance from their New Year festival, interspersed with the mesmerising chant and music of the Buddhist monastic tradition... 

Budge3

Budge3

At once frenetic and contemplative, Budge3 is an intricate knot of elastic energy, dance that is fit to burst at any moment. The triptych opens, soundless, on Florine Foucault, legs crossed, tending to what seems to be a seedling (the sprouting of a relationship)... 

Mind the Gap

Mind the Gap

Six passengers travel on the tube from Stratford to Ealing Broadway. One is an objectophile, one is a drunk, one is the runner up in the 2014 Irish beatboxing championships. A confusing mix of people that forms a perfect metaphor for Mind The Gap: an awkward blend of spoken word, bad jokes and beatboxing that never coheres into an understandable whole... 

Shakespeare's Avengers Assembleth: Age of Oberon

Shakespeare's Avengers Assembleth: Age of Oberon

When William Shakespeare is kidnapped by Oberon, the fairy king, it is up to his team of Avengers to rescue him and keep Oberon from re-writing his plays (and the sonnets. Especially the sonnets)... 

Incarnadine

Incarnadine

Macbeth gets the prequel it never needed in Chiaroscuro’s portrait of the thane as a young warrior. We meet the witches, the Lady and the doomed Scot himself in a well-meaning but bafflingly staged imagining of how Shakespeare’s villainous tragic couple came to meet... 

The Dispute

The Dispute

In the wicked game of love, who cheats first, men or women? To settle the debate, a prince conducts a scientific experiment into the human psyche and our primitive carnal desires. Four orphans that were raised in isolation behind high walls are released into their own Garden of Eden at age 18... 

Ashes and Blood

Ashes and Blood

Deeply rooted in a world of folklore and fairytale, the talented IndigoCo bring a dark and familiar musical tale of a girl who, despite the cruelty of her stepmother and sisters, finds both love and fortune... 

Half a Sixpence

Half a Sixpence

Flash, bang, wallop – what a show! Kipps and Ann were childhood friends. When they were parted as children, Kipps cut a sixpence in half and told Ann to look at it whenever she missed him... 

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

John Cameron and Stephen Trask’s big, ballsy, gender-bending musical detonates upon Greenside’s Royal Terrace stage with a blast that can be heard clear across Edinburgh.Set at a gig for the eponymous Hedwig, Stephen Trask’s glam rock score is peppered with narrative telling us how little Hansel from East Berlin gets swept away by American sugar-daddy Luther, who insists a little piece of Hansel must remain in order for them to marry... 

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

The internationally ignored song stylist from Berlin is back. Join Hedwig and the band on their anatomically incorrect rock odyssey. The musical tells the story of Hansel Schmidt, a young man from East Berlin who seizes an opportunity to escape communist Germany by getting a sex change and marrying an American GI – but that’s just the start of the story... 

Portrait Femme Unveiled

Portrait Femme Unveiled

Tackling a subject such as ‘the inner landscape of female identity’ is risky – the area is broad and the mission statement itself very vague. Yet, Portrait: Femme Unveiled, starts promisingly... 

The Estate

The Estate

Wonderfully satirical and empathetic, The Estate follows three best friends who have been brought up on benefits and now find themselves bringing up their own children on the benefit system... 

LABOURatory

LABOURatory

In a dystopian world where fertility and pregnancy are considered disgraceful in the ruling class, baby farming is an accepted, thriving industry. The play focuses on a young woman from the exploited half of a brutally divided society... 

Punk Rock

Punk Rock

Punk Rock explores the pressures of teenage life as a group of educated, intelligent young people prepare for mock A-levels and the rest of their lives with the step-by-step, dislocated, latent violence simmering under the surface. 

The Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales

Vibrant, bawdy and vivid, this witty adaptation of Chaucer’s masterpiece breathes fresh new life into the mediaeval pilgrims telling their naughty stories en route for Canterbury... 

A Chorus Line

A Chorus Line

The California Musical Theatre Ensemble’s abridged version of A Chorus Line feels like a high school production. A good high school production but a high school production nonetheless... 

Occupied

Occupied

Harry Buckoke’s Occupied is an intelligent and refreshingly light-hearted dissection of the 2011 occupation of Lady Margaret Hall by students of Cambridge University.The conceit of the play is a clever one... 

Cabaret

Cabaret

“There was a Cabaret. And there was a Master of Ceremonies. And there was a city called Berlin, in a country called Germany. It was the end of the world.”The California Musical Theater Ensemble, featuring performers from colleges around the United States, has brought Kander and Ebb’s 1966 musical Cabaret to Edinburgh for the company’s fifth visit to the Fringe... 

Betty Oops

Betty Oops

Betty Oops is a two woman mask and music performance that balances the mundane and the absurd to surprise and entertain. The set is simple, consisting of two large cubicles that the actors can get inside, move around in and emerge afresh whilst wearing new faces... 

Shakespeare's Avengers Assembleth

Shakespeare's Avengers Assembleth

The scene is Renaissance Europe. The Pope is hell-bent on delivering an address to prevent Queen Liz from converting England from Catholicism to Protestantism. The Queen has plans of her own to counter this papish attack... 

Circle Line

Circle Line

Early 2009. The worldwide financial crash of the previous year is now impacting on the masses. But there is a chance for redemption: showing guts in the face of adversity and kindness to those less fortunate than ourselves. 

Antigone

Antigone

In post-apocalyptic Thebes, one girl opposes state power to fight for her family and beliefs. One ruler stumbles blindly into annihilation, with warnings exploding all around him. This young interpretation of Sophocles' classic will move and amaze you. 

Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors

The brilliant IndigoCo return to the Fringe, with the enigmatic and bloodthirsty Audrey 2 in the starring role. This acclaimed and accomplished young company bring to life the classic Menken and Ashman musical comedy horror, in the dark tale of a charismatic but sinister alien plant and its bid for world domination... 

Éowyn Emerald and Dancers

Éowyn Emerald and Dancers

Éowyn Emerald and Dancers made a successful debut at last year’s Fringe and are back again this year with another varied programme of short dances. The company is based in Portland, Oregon, but members of the group trained in some of the top dance schools and universities in North America and performed with a number of different companies before coming together to work with Éowyn... 

Punk Rock

Punk Rock

There are four productions of Simon Stephen’s Punk Rock being performed at the Fringe this year and ArtsOne Drama School is the first to wade into its murky world of teenage angst... 

Dorothy

Dorothy

Everyone knows the story of The Wizard of Oz, but you don't know it quite like this. A fresh take on the tale of Dorothy and friends, this play completely restructures and twists the classic... 

Passing Sentence

Passing Sentence

Bear witness to the unfolding of a set of disatrous consequences loaded with moral dilemmas via the fusion of dynamic styles; including physical and postdramatic. What would you do? You decide... 

The Mitten

The Mitten

Zoia’s mitten gets lost in the snow ... one by one the shivering wild animals of the forest come to share this new refuge. Their conversation ranges far, from being lost and alone, to the changing climate, to the habits of different animals and the values of friendship and sharing! A charming encounter brought alive by our stunning masks... 

A Few Good Men

A Few Good Men

A pushy broad, a smart Jew and a Harvard mouth team up to form a defence for two Marines who are on trial for murdering a fellow Marine. In their way is a Colonel hell bent on doing whatever it takes to cover up his order... 

Tea and Jamboree with Queenie

Tea and Jamboree with Queenie

Accommodate Queenie as she places her fete in your hands. Interactive parlour games and chitchat performed amidst a whiff of nostalgia and reminisce. Absurdities and surrealities in abundance... 

Time - Peace

Time - Peace

Its the worst thing you can do at work, but we all do it, clock watch. It can raise your spirits or dash your hopes. Let Last Notion Theatre show you a hard day of backbreaking labour with breathtaking physical routines and a story we can all relate to. 

Bottom's Dream

Bottom's Dream

‘I have had a most rare vision. I had a dream…’ A fantastically funny and fast-paced version of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, in which mischievous fairies mingle and meddle with a troupe of inept actors rehearsing a play... 

I am Sarah Kane - An Almost Perfect Life

I am Sarah Kane - An Almost Perfect Life

Paolo Scheriani, Italian theatre author, winner of several prizes, performs I am Sarah Kane - An Almost Perfect Life. It tells the short life of the playwright from London in a poetic way... 

Sins of Seven Tables

Sins of Seven Tables

A new play from the pen of four time Festival Fringe director Tom Anderson tells the tales selected from seven unique tables. We know that the walls may have ears, but what stories would our tables tell? A modern look at the infamous sevens as we sit and talk, or love, or hate. 

Another Dead Man Walking

Another Dead Man Walking

A show which does not allow us to forget the contradictions of a civil and democratic society. In a century of progress, we ask: Is the death penalty right? Another Dead Man Walking gives voice to the last words of man before dying...