The Fool follows the events leading to the incarceration of its 3 main characters thanks to a law known as ‘Kevin’s Bill’.
A warning should be given to the audience of this show: the Bit of Sunshine one expects from the title is limited to less than five seconds of optimism and hope for the future in t…
In Christeene’s second visit to Edinburgh she performs her latest show – Trigger.
Family Values by Michael Dalberg is pure theatre with a good splash of violence.
Triumvirette takes the form of a three part show – two monologues sandwiching a romantic comedy short play.
Coup De Grâce follows the supposed mental rehabilitation (through advanced experimental therapy) of Emma, a young woman haunted by her past.
Juice Straws Are Bleak is a fantastical, surrealist adventure experienced by a class of school children under the disinterested gaze of their teacher.
Buzz is a new musical from writer Robyn Grant.
A varied sketch comedy, Laughing Stock lives up to its name, parading numerous situations of self-deprecation before us providing much hilarity.
Akin to a sort of Galaxy Quest on stage, The Starship Osiris is a non-stop comedic spoof space romp.
A loophole in Irish law allows for the legal of consumption of Class-A drugs for 24 hours, and the youth of Dublin are not going to let Yokes Night slip by without taking full adva…
In its second year at the fringe, Police Cops is a spoof boys-in-blue parody along the lines of Police Squad.
Triple Entendre is directed, created and designed by Emily Cairns and is a comic musical cabaret about “Love, Life and Other Stuff”, consisting of a collection of original song…
This quirkily named show from young company SharkLegs follows the story of Gavin Plimsole as he finds out he has a rare heart defect which could end his life at any moment.
This double bill of Howard Barker’s work features the
London premiere of The Twelfth Battle of
Isonzo alongside a revival of Judith:
A Parting from the Body, both directed by …
Dorothy, part of the Wendy House Trilogy, is a humour-infused adaptation of The Wizard of Oz written by Greg and Joe Allen and directed by Joe Allen.
Hula House, created by Permanently Visible Productions, is an immersive, semi-interactive look at the life of sex workers.
This musically infused telling of Five Feet in Front (the Ballad of Little Johnnie Wylo) is a highly energised, yarn spinning hoedown of a play.
Going Viral, written and performed by Daniel Bye, follows an imaginary outbreak of a highly contagious weeping virus spreading across the world, by you.
Key Change, directed by Laura Lindow, is devised by women in HMPYOI Low Newton and follows the stories of 4 female inmates.
The Paradise Project by Third Angel and mala voadora is set in a futuristic shelter-in-construction, inhabited by Stacey Sampson and Jerry Killick as they create a society within w…
Leftovers follows the story of a young woman Elizabeth and her tragic experiences of the break-out of war.
The Gambit, written by Mark Reid and directed by Matthew Gould, opens to the ticking of a chess stop-clock and, of course, a chess set centre stage.
Reunion, by Neil Smith, is the story of an older couple, George and Jude, recounting their youth together and their love for one another.
The Sacred Room of Desire, written and directed by Carola Benedetto tells the story of the Hindu pantheon family of Shiva, Parvati and Ganesha.
A traumatised zookeeper tells the tale of her misadventures with her co-workers and an escaped Tiger who is now their captor… and director.
Ashes Afar follows the story of a migrant couple from different cultures in a volatile relationship.
Set mainly in a London strip club, The Sacred Obscene is a new play following the stories of the women who work there.
A new adaptation by Lindel Hart who also plays the Creature, this play looks more closely at the vulnerable and sensitive sides of Frankenstein’s monster.
The Very Grey Matter of Edward Blank is directed by Conrad Sharp and performed by Familia de la Noche, taking place in the home and imagination of Edward Blank.
Performed and written by Gary McNair, A Gambler’s Guide to Dying is a story told by a young boy, charting his grandfather’s extraordinary life of gambling.
Some Big Some Bang is set at the memorial of a mother’s death.
Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is now an institution.
The ever-prevalent story of the individual being caught up in, or fighting against, the machine of society – not always nobly – is told with skill and beauty by the three actor…
Conceived and directed by Guillaume Pigé, Blind Man’s Song follows the imagination of a blind musician at the speed of thought.
Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens follows the unfolding story of a group of misfits working the infamous den of iniquity – Saucy Jacks space bar.
Kraken, devised and performed by Trygve Wakenshaw, is a physically charged one man mime show.
Written by Avital Lvova and George Vere, Rebounding Hail is set in a 13 year old girl’s room surrounded by her books.
Spillikin, expertly directed and written by Jon Welch, follows two periods in the life of Sally, a charming and rebellious woman who married her unlikely childhood companion, the c…
Eating Seals and Seagulls’ Eggs is a poetic telling of Ireland’s ‘most hated woman’ – Peig Sayers.
Goodstock is directed by Lucy Wray and written by Olivia Hirst, and follows the writer’s real-life experiences with breast cancer and how this affects her family and relationship…
Co-written by Susan Wilson and Jeffrey Mayhew, A Cinema in South Georgia follows the misadventures and travels of a group of Edinburgh Whalers in a desolate outpost in South Georgi…
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