You may have heard the global population is rising and that the world is less than 30% land, however, this show asks - how much do you really know about the other seven billion peo…
This is a strange addition to the Fringe programme - and I’m not talking swastika-straddling naked physical theatre or radical juggling Shakespeare revamp.
Here’s a Fringe rarity: a show that’s written, performed by and about the people of Edinburgh.
A happy-clappy monk spreads the gospel of laughter in Peter Barnes’ Black Death comedy.
As a result of a complicated birth, journalist Rahila Gupta’s son developed cerebral palsy.
To begin at the beginning: there’s a bizarre pre-set in this Under Milk Wood in which the cast, dressed in tasselled tie dye and leggings, drift about the stage aimlessly, wafting …
Featured as part of the American High School Theatre Festival, St.
It’s been a strong festival for one-woman shows and this less talked-about piece by PenKnife Productions certainly makes the cut.
This one hour play by David Moreland initially appears to tackle euthanasia.
‘How’re yez?’ Eilish O’Carroll greets her audience as she steps out to affectionate applause, dressed all in black under her blue sequinned jacket: part theatre luvvie, part salt o…
Self-confessed former ‘Apple Fanboy’ and tech enthusiast Michael Daisey has had legal action brought against him by the company after they contested several claims in his notorious…
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