Power, Gender and The Arts

Power, Gender and The Arts

An afternoon of debate, discussion and performance exploring the history and the reality of power in the arts. 

Midsummer

Midsummer

What a difference a decade can make. When, back in 2008, Midsummer was first performed within the intimate space of Traverse 2, the "indie-rom-com musical" seemed a surprisingly inconsequential affair, especially given it was co-created and directed by David Greig, who the previous year had enjoyed huge acclaim for the double-whammy of Damascus (about Western intervention in the Middle East) and a new adaptation of Euripides' The Bacchae starring Alan Cumming... 

Meow Meow's Little Mermaid

Meow Meow's Little Mermaid

Forget the Little Mermaid you thought you knew. Meow Meow’s subversive cabaret is a fairytale gone rogue. The legendary post-post-modern diva takes up residence in International Festival HQ for a festival-long run... 

Away From Home

Away From Home

Barker is waiting. They’ll come. They need what he knows. Tense, humorous, psychological drama by award-winning writer David Ian Neville - Fringe First: Exile - ‘writing of the highest order’ (Herald), ‘very moving’ (Observer), ‘magnificent’ (Scotsman)...