Remember Scarborough

Remember Scarborough

War doesn't end when the fighting stops. In a one-sided conversation with his long dead friend, an old man and his younger self look at the naive excitement of young RAF recruits, through the reality and pain of loss to the difficulties of post-war rebuilding... 

Nowt as Queer as Folk

Nowt as Queer as Folk

A village. A feud. A double-booked village hall. A society torn apart by yoga, chardonnay and a corrupt planning officer. In this place, anything goes... Except the New Estate. And socialism, obviously... 

Primrose Path

Primrose Path

Chriss and Damon are in love. They have rules, they have roles – and they play games. Sometimes, they hurt each other. When they play. Such is love. Love is winning. Chriss and Damon are in love... 

Sex Waitress

Sex Waitress

2020. A group of friends from East London try to live without shame and stop a hoard of sex offenders, known as Keiths, from destroying their world. Sex Waitress is a dark comedy about women who live life on their own terms and try to do this without fear of abuse... 

Brenda's Got a Baby

Brenda's Got a Baby

Brenda is 16 and pregnant, Amy is the first in her family to go to university. What could possibly go wrong? This brand-new verbatim play explores the struggles that young, working class women face... 

Anathema

Anathema

Anathema is a promising first piece of work from Bearded Dog Theatre, starting strong with difficult topics not often discussed on stage – specifically the issue of male rape. The show focuses on the horror, fear and fury that develops in response to rape: showing examples of when the subsequent emotional wounds and request for support, comes up against the dismissiveness and disbelief of the wider society... 

Red Button

Red Button

Red Button is a quirky and peculiar piece of science fiction theatre that doesn’t quite find its feet. As it is sadly let down by a messy and ambiguous script.On a floating city above the war-torn land below where the mutants roam, Help Corporation is here for you providing you with drugs, running your radio stations, providing your daily doses of propaganda and giving out buttons that destroy the world out to couples they like... 

Salome

Salome

In Oscar Wilde’s timeless twist on the biblical story of John the Baptist’s execution, princess Salome lives luxuriously in a bustling Middle Eastern court with her mother and stepfather, the perpetually inebriated tetrarch Herod Antipas... 

Thy Name is Woman

Thy Name is Woman

‘Frailty, thy name is woman,’ said Hamlet. But what did Shakespeare himself think? How are females characterised throughout his plays? We live in an age where feminine identity and the names we call women are at the forefront of public discourse, so let's bring the Bard's ladies into the limelight! Join the Rose Theatre Players for a mash-up of scenes and speeches featuring Shakespeare's women – their joys, their struggles, their losses and their triumphs. 

About the Unsaid

About the Unsaid

This touching new musical explores the interior monologues of three interconnected characters through acoustic songs, focusing on their lack of communication and the difference between what they think and say... 

The Best Play Ever

The Best Play Ever

Deep in the medieval dungeons of the Royal Palace, two strangers dwell. The Crown Polisher and the Horn Blower have been framed for the murder of Eric the Court Jester and have been condemned by King Louis to write the best play ever or face execution by royal blade... 

Room-Mate

Room-Mate

Hugo Alastor has gone missing. His only family connection is his brother who journeys to a B&B to find him – the last place Hugo was seen alive. But there is a shadow lurking amongst even more shadows, carrying secrets and a dark omen... 

My Name Is...

My Name Is...

An anti-terrorist government official is forced to reconsider all of his preconceptions regarding illegal immigrants when he comes face to face with the experiences of a desperate stranger, with whom he finds he has more in common than he expected... 

Interrobang

Interrobang

Connor and George have been long acquainted, but as Connor's reality is distorted, do they really know each other that well? Interrobang is a new piece of writing looking at mental health from a feminist viewpoint. 

2027: Requiem for a Lost Generation

2027: Requiem for a Lost Generation

A postmodern post-mortem of how hate won. Comedy about a pretentious student theatre company attempting to take their student union by storm with their Orwellian vision of a dystopian 2027... 

Side Orders

Side Orders

'You can open your eyes now'. Tinder, tea, falafel, fear. Amina wants to be a stand-up comedian. Lily doesn’t know what she wants to be, but she’s trying to be PC. A chance meeting in a chip shop with glitter-ball artist Bobbi makes them the focus of his new artwork forcing all of them to question; what does it mean to be lonely today? Following the success of Twix: ‘A definite must see at Edinburgh fringe’ (AYoungerTheatre... 

The Growing Pains of the Mantle Family Living Room

The Growing Pains of the Mantle Family Living Room

The Mantles have issues that probably need to be addressed, only problem being none of them talk to each other, not properly anyway. However, the family’s arguments are brought to a halt and strained relationships attempted to be covered up when their well-to-do neighbour unexpectedly visits... 

Doreen's No-Brainer Lectures – Live

Doreen's No-Brainer Lectures – Live

Doreen's One-Minute No-Brainer Lectures have had over 21 million online video views since April 2016. Doreen is an alternative, irreverent edutainer who makes learning fun again. She is now on a mission to teach the world all the things that she knows in 45 minutes... 

From Today, Everything Changes.

From Today, Everything Changes.

Before Chris’s wife died, after over 30 years of marriage, she made him promise to be himself. But accepting he’s gay is only the start. Online dating is a whole new world; can this younger man really be interested in him? And how does he come out to his daughter? Written by first time Fringe author Ian Tucker-Bell and brought to Edinburgh by the Oast Theatre, this new play takes a refreshingly honest and tender look at a 60-year-old man coming out and finding love. 

Walls and Bridges

Walls and Bridges

In their new drama, Walls and Bridges, Acting Coach Scotland delves into the themes of home and belonging through a dystopian Scotland in 2035. This damaged society suffers constant deportations, arrests and total alienation from the outside world... 

Crave

Crave

For anyone unfamiliar with Sarah Kane’s work, the first reaction is often shock. This is understandable in many ways; her plays are as much an attack on the senses as they are on the sensibilities of her audiences... 

Woolf

Woolf

Many scholars and philistines alike think they have a good understanding of Virginia Woolf – a suicidal bisexual who used too many semicolons. While Theatre With Teeth’s new look at her life does not particularly challenge any of these notions, as a piece of theatre this is an extraordinary, ephemeral fifty minutes that left me re-examining my thoughts not only about Woolf but also about literature and its purpose... 

Changelings

Changelings

Pucqui Collaborative’s Changelings is a thoughtful story about two very different existences colliding and attempting to translate one another. Totally immersed in the midst of a deep jungle and surrounded by birdsong and running water, we encounter the meeting of Mowgli (Nicole Palomba) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream’s Puck (Robin Ian HallSmith), a character displaced from his usual forest haunt to a less familiar but no less magical setting... 

Cult-ure

Cult-ure

Circled in their new support group, six young people all brought together by one thing – a journey from friendship to revenge. Cult-ure explores the effects of bullying and the true meaning of safety and support... 

Two Sides of the Curtain

Two Sides of the Curtain

Erich and Ada are separated by one of history’s most famous man-made divisions: the Berlin Wall. They both live in times of great global and personal shifts that throw their futures into disillusionment... 

The Importance of Being Frank

The Importance of Being Frank

Wilde's much loved masterpiece gets a 1980s revamp. John Worthing and his egocentric friend Andrew Moncrieff fall in love with two naive girls. However, there's a problem – both girls are adamant they could only ever love a man called Frank... 

Vaccine

Vaccine

Vaccine is a searing new drama created by the newly formed Warwick University company, Juvenilia. It is an intense psychological drama, exploring the tensions and power shifts between the patients and staff of a psychiatric institution... 

Crimes of the Heart

Crimes of the Heart

In 1950s Hazlehurst, Mississippi, the Mcgrath sisters have returned home. Lenny, the oldest sister is unmarried and facing dwindling marriage prospects; Meg, the middle sister, has returned after a failed stint in Hollywood and the youngest sister, Babe is out on bail after shooting her husband... 

Firewater

Firewater

'I didn't even know your name.' Cara and Jon are study buddies and, sometimes, partygoers. Ruby and Adam cling to a fractured relationship. One night, the four meet and, as time unfolds, unspoken secrets between them are revealed... 

Guy Fawkes It Up

Guy Fawkes It Up

'Remember, remember the fifth of November. Gunpowder, treason and plot-holes...' Ever wondered what really went wrong under the Houses of Parliament in 1605? Or how one mysterious gentleman and his motley crew nearly changed history with a bang yet ended up with their plans hung, drawn and quartered? Well, we have the answers and, in two words, expect fireworks! Laughing Mirror present... 

The Second Coming

The Second Coming

In a world full of hatred and ignorance, Simply Surreal, fresh from our sell-out show last year, welcomes you to our exciting play. The Second Coming is a farcical retelling of the Nativity story focusing on the Virgin Amy and her surprise when a stranger leaves an unexpected gift in a public toilet... 

We Are Not a Muse

We Are Not a Muse

The image of the tortured brooding man, bewitched, bothered and bewildered by some winsome and naïve woman, is long burnt into of literature. Emily Bronte’s Heathcliff has a lot to answer for... 

Commons

Commons

In an upmarket hotel room, two men – one a disgraced politician, the other an ex-rent boy – meet to rekindle old loves and re-open old wounds in this darkly comedic character study of love, loss, greed and politics... 

Atlas

Atlas

Natural philosophers Edmund Halley and Robert Hooke are engaged in a scientific wager that will crown the man who can prove why the planets move elliptically the victor. Halley, enlisting the help of academic outcast Isaac Newton, unwittingly begins a grudge-fuelled chain of events that sees the course of history – and of friendships – change forever... 

DROLL

DROLL

Award-winning theatre company Owle Schreame performs a series of very droll ‘drolls’: short, illegal comedies from the 17th century. There are around 30 texts they hope to get through over the course of the festival, and they are the first group to perform some of these rare nuggets of theatrical history in almost 400 years... 

Woman on Fire

Woman on Fire

Sisters (and the rest of the world) unite and enjoy this one-woman show as you are taken through the tumultuous life of the Preston-born suffragette Edith Rigby.For the next hour you will be engaged in the story of a woman desperately fighting for her right to vote in a society that beats her down... 

We Are All Going to Die

We Are All Going to Die

We are all Going to Die is a devised piece by Dead Person Productions. The story follows eight people that are stranded in an Arctic research base. They seem to be looking forward to either starving to death or catching hypothermia... 

Golf Course War Machine

Golf Course War Machine

NATO Summit, 2014, Newport, Wales: Pippa is dazed, hungover and staging her own personal protest on the Coldra roundabout. This is her opportunity to trample down the fence, as she fights to put Wales on the centre of the global map, proving that even the smallest of voices can be heard amongst the political noise... 

The Farmers Lit the Fields on Fire

The Farmers Lit the Fields on Fire

A young bride returns to her family's rural estate for a weekend-long wedding celebration. But when bitter divisions between the bride and her estranged sister threaten to expose dangerous secrets, she learns that sometimes building a new life means setting the past on fire... 

Threadbare

Threadbare

Threadbare is a creation of the Minotaur Theatre Company which is run by students from the University of East Anglia.It is always refreshing to encounter young people who are not afraid to voice their opinions... 

Edgartown

Edgartown

A killer haunts the shores of Edgartown. The community’s secrets exposed by the murderer in their midst. A band of small town characters team up to hunt the monster down in this dark, funny homage to Spielberg’s classic Jaws. 

The Gods Wore Red

The Gods Wore Red

The life and times of Bill Shankly: comedian, philosopher, dictator, god, angel, devil, saint – and tragic hero. Meet Bill Shankly, football manager, unstoppable force of nature.... 

Bows and Braces

Bows and Braces

Rolling up to Edinburgh for their Festival debut, the UK's number one all-female a cappella group from King’s College London present a slick, sharp performance of diverse music, kick-starting your afternoon with an electric atmosphere! Named after their signature look, Bows and Braces showcases the same performance excellence that has won The Rolling Tones numerous awards at the ICCAs and Voice Festival UK... 

Home

Home

A play about hope that centres around a homeless man as he tries to get his first home. The show highlights some of the hoops he is made to jump through and the people he meets as he tries to make his dream a reality... 

The Gravel Road Show

The Gravel Road Show

The Gravel Road Show, featuring the Intoxicating Temperance Sisters, is a world-premiere cabaret that denounces the evils of alcohol consumption. This performance in paradox includes uplifting hymns on the virtue of abstinence, a stern lecture on the danger of alcohol and a public indoctrination of the Teetotalers Pledge... 

#Instalove

#Instalove

Inspired by cynicism. Based on romance. One woman finds herself on the brink of love, lust, fear and hope. You, the audience, are her prospects. You decide how her story unfolds. #Instalove is a stormy yet joyful celebration of all the reasons we seek love and why we seek the partners we do... 

Sign of the Times

Sign of the Times

Danny has an interview for his dream job as a football reporter at The Times – he just hasn’t told them he’s deaf. Now he has a week to prove himself. A story about the power of language and the struggle to be heard. 

Geoff Hefferson Says Relax

Geoff Hefferson Says Relax

A be-suited, be-spectacled, b-bastard hot out the frying pan and onto the flyers of the prestigious Edinburgh Flange Festival. Geoff applies his sledgehammer wit to love, fetishes, and an excessively relaxing guided meditation... 

Now We Are Pope: Frederick Rolfe in Venice

Now We Are Pope: Frederick Rolfe in Venice

Frederick William Rolfe (1860-1913) was a minor English writer, artist and photographer and serious eccentric. Not satisfied with just converting to Roman Catholicism, he also felt destined to be a priest... 

The Sad Story of the Sun and the Moon

The Sad Story of the Sun and the Moon

The Sad Story of the Moon and the Sun is a shadow puppet adventure. It tells the tale of how the two met, fell in love and learned the sad truth that perhaps they weren’t meant to be together... 

The Decline and Fall of Marcus Distilius

The Decline and Fall of Marcus Distilius

Forget Justin Bieber and his legions of ‘beliebers’. In this play, set in Ancient Rome, hot young gladiator Marcus Distilius is propelled to fame after a series of victories, earning him his own devoted fans who all themselves ‘distiples’... 

Staggered

Staggered

Travelling as a latecomer to his brother-in-law's stag do, Tim thought he would sit back, relax and enjoy a gin and tonic on the way there. That is, until a chance encounter with Mr Jazz… As Jazz offers to take Tim under his wing, Tim entrenches deeper into Jazz’s world of alcoholism, gambling and general drunken carnage and finds himself descending further and further away from the actual stag do and deeper and deeper into the recesses of Jazz’s sinister and often dangerous mayhem. 

Hamlet Private Eye

Hamlet Private Eye

Fringe wouldn’t be Fringe without its many questionable adaptations of Hamlet and this one definitely raises a lot of questions. Primarily, why would anyone want to inflict this monstrosity on the public?Set in New York where Hamlet is a private investigator, Ophelia is a phone sex worker and Yorick is rambunctiously camp, there is absolutely nothing positive to say about Hamlet: Private Eye... 

Till Death

Till Death

This comedy from the Z Theatre Company centres around the Broken Vows marriage guidance centre, where three couples have been court-ordered to attend therapy. Sadly, this piece of new writing from Nathan Brawn lacks originality and the play is forced to rely on gratuitous swearing, clichéd characters and generally wooden acting... 

Angel: Take This Body

Angel: Take This Body

In this one-man show, Christopher Peacock plays a man of the cloth struggling daily to overcome the temptations of the flesh. This is a strong performance of a well-written script tackling hefty issues... 

Hamlet

Hamlet

I really hope there wasn’t an adult in charge of this. If there was, why didn’t you tell them what they were doing? Rarely has the text of Hamlet been altered with such baffling disrespect... 

Chasing Zeds

Chasing Zeds

Five insomniacs can’t go to sleep in the Z Theatre Company’s cleverly named Chasing Zeds. This perfectly perfunctory example of devised theatre explores physical representations of their various forms of suffering to a well-chosen contemporary soundtrack, opening with the arresting I Can’t Get No Sleep by Faithless... 

The Madness of Tellaralette Seville

The Madness of Tellaralette Seville

Pawn of war, drone operator Marcy controls escalating bloodlust through the persona of Tellaralette Seville, her PTSD induced alter-ego. By her side for five years has been Daniel, eager to milk whatever money he can out of the military... 

O is for Ofsted

O is for Ofsted

Ofsted inspections are generally not much fun. Staff room chatter tends to be rather dull and school kids’ gossip is rarely entertaining. An Ofsted inspection poses a challenge as the substance of a play and this young people’s theatre company has its hands full trying to make a gripping tale out it... 

Tadzio Speaks ... Death in Venice Revisited

Tadzio Speaks ... Death in Venice Revisited

In Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice we see von Aschenbach increasingly obsessed by the beautiful youth Tadzio. Although the two never speak, the boy is clearly aware of the older man's attention and a silent relationship grows between them until the writer's final day on the Lido beach... 

GoldDust

GoldDust

A triple-bill of fast-paced new writing from Goldsmiths, University of London, featuring an ensemble cast performing three original shows in one night. 1) See If I Care: Kate’s going to have a baby... 

Punk Rock

Punk Rock

Becoming an adult isn't easy. Disgusted by bullying, rejected by girls - what has William got to lose? Described by its playwright as ‘The History Boys on crack’, Punk Rock encapsulates teenage life and the unique pressures that it brings to the end of childhood... 

Candide: The Optimist

Candide: The Optimist

It is 255 years since Voltaire published his scathing satire on Liebnitzian optimism, yet it remains as fresh as it was in 1759. We may no longer be as ready to believe that 'all is for the best in this best of all possible worlds', yet politicians still try to tell us so... 

Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors

Based on the Roger Corman film, this is a laugh-a-minute spoof about young nerd Seymour and his mysterious plant, Audrey II, who possesses an unusual appetite. The monster grows and grows, causing business to boom, but at what cost? This riveting musical comedy will have you toe-tapping your way to, possibly, the end of the world... 

Phantom Pain

Phantom Pain

Unhinged Creations’ production of Phantom Pain carries heavy themes: grief, mental illness, violence in relationships, and obsession. Though it’s hindered by a slightly lumbering and repetitive script, what emerges is the frame of a dark and thought-provoking drama about the swiftness and brutality of death and its effect on those left behind... 

Dead Fresh

Dead Fresh

The promotional blurb for Dead Fresh warns you that missing the secret of this dark comedy (or perhaps missing the comedy itself – there’s some pronoun confusion in there) ‘could be fatal’... 

Rants, Bantz and Comas

Rants, Bantz and Comas

“Happy families are all alike, but every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way,” wrote Tolstoy. Across the theatrical canon – from Shakespeare to Chekhov to Tracey Letts - there are hundreds of examples of how theatre can effectively utilise the drama and comedy inherent in the family unit... 

Marcel Vol. I – Italian Politics as a Work of Art

Marcel Vol. I – Italian Politics as a Work of Art

Marcel Vol I explores the topic of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s sex scandals, portrayed in the form of an absurdist nightmare.The audience is greeted by what feels like an ominously un-self-aware parody of performance art: a group of people dressed all in black, solemnly snapping their fingers and making repetitive physical gestures while sitting underneath a naked, decapitated mannequin wearing a leather harness and a horse’s head... 

Lace Up

Lace Up

Lace Up presents the rise of one man, Stuart, from a childhood of neglect to dominance in the boxing ring, with the help of his brother (trainer and lifelong advocate Teddy) and his promoter (Omaha-bred Jack, whose role it is to help Stuart ‘break’ America and gain HBO sponsorship)... 

Alice

Alice

The twists and turns of the topsy-turvy world of Alice in Wonderland are well known and loved by many, enshrined in literary pop culture. However, Fourth Monkey’s immersive adaptation explores a more sinister angle to the story, taking the events of Alice’s original adventure and twisting them into a fractious, dark tale of modern fables and corruption... 

The Result of a Man and His Ponderings

The Result of a Man and His Ponderings

Finlay can engage his house in conversation. So with the uninvited presence of something inside not placed there by him or the house, both begin an investigation that spirals out of control. 

6 - a new musical

6 - a new musical

6 people. 6 years. 6 degrees apart. This new musical charts the individual stories of six New Yorkers' lives as they intertwine and influence each other in profound and unexpected ways. 

Company

Company

Robert, 35, believes his life is perfect. He is intelligent, attractive, witty, and… unmarried. All his friends are coupled up, some have several marriages under their belts! Throughout the show, whilst observing his friends in close detail, he comes to realise that the life not worth examining is an unlived life, that is, one without company... 

Hamlet

Hamlet

New theatre company Gin & Tonic makes an assured debut with an abridged version of Hamlet that breathlessly energises Shakespeare’s masterpiece with a confidence not often seen in such a young company... 

The Importance of Being Earnest as Performed by Three F*cking Queens and a Duck

The Importance of Being Earnest as Performed by Three F*cking Queens and a Duck

Out Cast Theatre return to the festival this year with their typically camp Carry On-style comedy. The cast of three perform as male divas who are roped into performing Oscar Wilde’s classic play and they have to learn to work together for it to be a success as the audience witnesses the preparation, rehearsals and the eventual outcome... 

The Magic Egg

The Magic Egg

The Magic Egg follows the adventure of a young girl who must save her mother and retrieve her magic egg from an evil witch. Along the way she bumps into an array of crazy characters and must solve quests and riddles with the help of the audience... 

Like Fireworks, Like Butterflies

Like Fireworks, Like Butterflies

Tracing the life of Korean dancer Choi Seung-hee, this solo show is surprising and delightful.Performer Kim Kyungmin greets the audience and exchanges pleasantries with us in English... 

Measure for Measure

Measure for Measure

The Sydney Theatre School’s production of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure grapples gallantly with its intricate material, but fails to leave much of an impression. The abridged script runs at a solid ninety minutes, but its weighty issues still feel uncomfortably squashed, its delicious moments of role-reversal deprived of breathing space... 

Spectrum

Spectrum

Spectrum follows the true story of Temple Grandin (Maeve Belle) who used the unique perspective given to her by her autism to revolutionise and humanise the slaughter industry. Not only is the narrative fascinating, but it is told with such wit and sensitivity that this production is also a wonderful success as an exploration of and insight into what it is to live with autism... 

I Before You

I Before You

“It’s the game show of all game shows!” our host tells us as we begin. All of us in the ‘studio audience’ are handed three voting cards, colour-coded for the three different contestants... 

The Next Big Thing

The Next Big Thing

The Next Big Thing is a show that deals with precisely that – and the young, ambitious writer who's striving to attain it. Brought to Edinburgh by David Kent and starring Rebecca Ridout and Dereck Walker, both graduates from LSMT, this promises to be a "fabulously dangerous" new musical comedy... 

Hold for Three Seconds

Hold for Three Seconds

Hysterically funny, slightly weird and yet highly enjoyable, Hold for Three Seconds is a new comedy about three strangers trapped in a lift on the thirty-second floor of a building and the effect that being forced to co-exist in such a small space begins to have on each of them... 

Death is the New Porn

Death is the New Porn

Authentic, thrilling and (overly) ambitious, Death is the New Porn is a fine piece of theatre. Jack Elliot’s new play goes deep into the lives of its characters, exposing their hypocrisies and frailties with brutal honesty... 

Stay Awake For Now– The Musical

Stay Awake For Now– The Musical

Luke Speirs' new musical presents a love triangle between three best friends and the fallout of their relationships as a result of Tom's (Sam Rich) unrequited love for Drew (Luke Speirs)... 

Soldier Box

Soldier Box

Soldier Box is a new play brought to this year’s Fringe by New Celt Productions, a company that amalgamates the talents of both Queen Margaret and Napier university's recent graduate students... 

The Seussification of A Midsummer Night's Dream

The Seussification of A Midsummer Night's Dream

The Seussification of a Midsummer Night's Dream sees an all female cast embark on a speedy but delightful adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy. Not only have they altered the language so that it will be easier for kids to understand, they have done so in Dr Seuss style rhyming which makes for fun listening... 

Medea

Medea

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned; so quotes or paraphrases every production of Medea ever made. But Hell seemed quite tame as Big Shoes Theatre Company’s production dragged itself over the finishing line... 

I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change

I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change

Joe Dipietro and Jimmy Roberts’ musical comedy, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change has become a staple of the fringe in recent years, probably because it requires a small, budget-friendly, company of actors and a single piano mix... 

Sister Amnesia's Country and Western Nunsense Jamboree

Sister Amnesia's Country and Western Nunsense Jamboree

Watching Sister Amnesia’s Country and Western Nunsense Jamboree brought me right back to a long-forgotten primary school experience. We would all be funnelled into the gym hall, the head teacher would announce that we had some special guests visiting the school, and that they had brought a show to perform for us... 

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

From the award-winning Box Tale Soup, join Alice on her remarkable journey. Young and old alike will find magic in Wonderland and come safely home. The only danger is you may not want to leave! Lewis Carroll's Wonderland floods onto the stage in a whirl of strange contraptions, handmade puppets and extraordinary characters in a brand new production to enchant all ages. 

Buffer

Buffer

We type, we mail, we text, we Skype, we friend, but in a world that is more connected than ever, what happens when we strip away technology and remove the buffer between ourselves and reality? Join three 20-something examples of the first generation to grow up texting and Facebook-ing their way through life and for whom face-to-face communications, and even talking on the phone, have fast become relics of a bygone era... 

Frozen

Frozen

An intimate look into the lives of three people connected by one shocking event. Tortured mother Nancy, child killer Ralph, and psychiatrist Agnetha must all come to terms with the paths their lives have taken...