Lynn Ruth Miller: Not Dead Yet

Lynn Ruth Miller: Not Dead Yet

80 years old and behaving like someone a quarter of her age, Lynn Ruth Miller is certainly not your typical OAP. After the success of her award-winning show Granny’s Gone Wild, this year she has brought another show to the Fringe: Not Dead Yet, a show about life, love and... 

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... 

Siblings

Siblings

Two plays for the price of one, Siblings is a double bill of original writing; Brothers and Sisters. Exploring the ambiguous relationships between characters, the audience is taken through intense dialogue and shockingly unexpected twists as the plot slowly builds up... 

Wolf Whistle

Wolf Whistle

An uptight medic, a flirty school girl and a worn out bus driver are all worried about the same thing. Wolf Whistle opens as they’re called into the doctor’s office, all three visibly nervous... 

Barge Baby

Barge Baby

After the success of ‘League of St George’ last year, Bricks and Mortar Theatre are back with their second Edinburgh Fringe production Barge Baby. However, despite a drug laced cake, a birth on a canal boat and singing mallards, Barge Baby is surprisingly tepid at best... 

Love Struck

Love Struck

Love Struck focuses on the story of an ordinary young girl, Claire, and how her life is turned upside down due to human trafficking. The production begins fairly lightheartedly, with Claire introducing herself by talking directly to the audience and even getting some of them to taste jam off a spoon... 

The Worst of Scottee

The Worst of Scottee

There are some productions where the title of the show gives nothing away, however in terms of the Worst of Scottee, it is pretty much self explanatory. The Worst of Scottee is a collection of real-life stories from the protagonist, Scottee and deals with issues such as sexuality, relationships and eating disorders from Scottee's teenage years of living on a North London council estate, showing the worst sides to his character and how he affected the people around him... 

Serotonin Syndrome

Serotonin Syndrome

Upon entry to the venue, the audience are immediately confronted by two extremely cheerful Americans and required to assist with blowing up balloons around the room and throwing them into the middle... 

Miles & Coltrane Blue: (.)

Miles & Coltrane Blue: (.)

Miles and Coltrane Blue: (.) tells the story of the iconic pioneers of the American jazz scene, trumpet player Miles Davis and skilled saxophonist John William Coltrane through theatre, spoken word and live blues... 

League of St George

League of St George

A brotherhood of racist skinheads is the only way of life that Adam and his fellow gang members know. This brotherhood is built on violence and hatred towards anybody who is not a white, British nationalist...