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Red

Red

RED references the stories of Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, Snow White and Hansel and Gretel and ties them all together using the heroine’s thread of magical red hair. 

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The Hot Wing King
The Hot Wing King

A white man saying he has many black friends is a poor defence against racism. 

Skeleton Crew
Skeleton Crew

The Donmar Warehouse, with its exposed bricks and systems, provides an ideal setting for Dominique M… 

Mnemonic
Mnemonic

Every good boy deserves football. 

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Edinburgh Deaf Festival returns but its future is threatened

Edinburgh Deaf Festival returns but its future is threatened

Edinburgh Deaf Festival is returning this year despite fears about its survival. 

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Prague Fringe Festival Awards 2024
Prague Fringe Festival Awards 2024

Prague Fringe Festival Awards 2024 

Polka Theatre Announces Playwriting Award
Polka Theatre Announces Playwriting Award

Polka Theatre announces the launch of their inaugural Polka Playwriting Award. 

Gender-flipped Cyrano makes European premiere at the Traverse this August
Gender-flipped Cyrano makes European premiere at the Traverse this August

Australian actor, writer and director, Virginia Gay, is bringing a gender-flipped retelling of Cyran... 

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Comedy: The Antidote to Tragedy

Comedy: The Antidote to Tragedy

Comedians ​Anna Akana (l) and ​Catherine McCafferty (r) make their Fringe debut this year. Here they write about tragedies in thir lives and the healing power of comedy.  

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Todd Almond is Almost There
Todd Almond is Almost There

Todd Almond talks about the background to his Fringe show, I'm Almost There. 

Louise Leigh: Don't Fear the 'Bad' Review
Louise Leigh: Don't Fear the 'Bad' Review

The Bristol-based powerhouse of a mum-cum-Gen X comic, says, “Don't fear the 'bad' review". 

When Second-rate is the Best
When Second-rate is the Best

Grammy-winning cellist Leah Coloff tells the story behind her Fringe show, Super Second Rate, 

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Tears and Laughter in Gaza

Tears and Laughter in Gaza

James MacFarlane talks with Ahmed Masoud about his play The Shroud Maker. 

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Will Owen Is Visibly Queer
Will Owen Is Visibly Queer

James MacFarlane talks with Will Owen about his show Like, Nobody’s Watching. 

Spring Day: Making Pain Palatable
Spring Day: Making Pain Palatable

James MacFarlane talks with Spring Day about her show Exvangelical. 

Kyle Ayers: Living in Pain
Kyle Ayers: Living in Pain

James MacFarlane talks with Kyle Ayers about his show Hard to Say. 

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Gaudi: God’s Architect

Gaudi: God’s Architect

Genius? Madman? Saint? As the 100th anniversary of the death of the renowned visionary architect Antoni Gaudí approaches, alongside the anticipated completion of his most famous work, Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia, AGAP Theatre returns to the Fringe… 

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The 100 Year Old Letter
The 100 Year Old Letter

A letter has finally been delivered to its destination – more than a century after it was wr… 

The Outrun - Relaxed Performance
The Outrun - Relaxed Performance

WORLD PREMIERE A relaxed performance of Amy Liptrot’s bestselling memoir brought to life in an epi… 

Rising Stars with Ilumina & Liza Ferschtman
Rising Stars with Ilumina & Liza Ferschtman

Violist Jennifer Stumm and violinist Liza Ferschtman assemble an electrifying cohort of up-and-comin…