If you asked a 90s kid what they envisioned the 2100s to look like then KID_X would be a close prediction.
It’s 1816, and Mary Shelley is about to recite the words that would be Frankenstein.
The Bubble Show For Adults Only starts innocently enough.
If you’re ever feeling stressed or exhausted by the craziness of the Edinburgh Fringe, just remember this: the Lunar God Nallagog loves you, and he wants you to join him on his g…
Every night, a debauched affair of revelries and frivolity can be found in the depths of the Raging Bull bar on Lothian Road.
B-movies typically have negative connotations.
Walking up the stairs of the Assembly Roxy is akin to creeping up the creaking steps of Frankenstein’s tower.
The Death Hilarious: Razer starts out with a pretty solid premise: since his Fringe debut in 2017, Darren J.
Spill: A Verbatim Show About Sex is the sex-ed class we all wish we’d had.
Everyman recounts the story of its eponymous hero as she is told, as punishment for her hedonistic and selfish lifestyle, that she is going to die.
The Cock and Bull’s Death And The Data Processor follows the adventures of office worker Ian, whose murders of two co-workers lead him into the strange world of Harton, a communi…
Hella Granger – Superstar recounts the life story of singer Hella Granger, the first white musician to be signed to Motown.
Wrong Tree’s Rumpelstiltskin is a musical retelling of the classic fairy tale of the farmer’s daughter and the mysterious imp.
Horror is one of the most difficult genres to pull off in theatre.
Considering the length of most Charles Dickens novels, it’s remarkable that we’ve found ways to abridge them into three hour plays and films.
Shark Eat Muffin Theatre Company’s Best Intentions focuses on the perspectives of two regularly overlooked characters in Shakespearean fiction: Angelica the nurse from Romeo and …
Fun lyrics and great musical timing manage to bring Neverland to life with a small cast and even smaller set.
The Other tells the story of a young girl named Mana who escapes from her war-torn home on the Red-Yellow Planet to begin a cruel and poignant coming-of-age journey to the beautifu…
Rhombus Ensemble’s Your Mother’s Vagina is a whirlwind of subject matter wrapped up in the lives of its two protagonists: Layla and Sue Anne.
Life By The Throat tells the life story of James Joseph Patrick Keogh.
Story Pocket Theatre’s Storyteller, Storyteller pits two storytellers against each other in an epic battle of clowning, miming and slapstick comedy.
Gideon Irving is a travelling musician looking for new friends all over the world.
Familia de la Noche’s production of Gulliver’s Travels is an adaptation of Jonathan Swift’s satirical novel following several adventures of Lemuel Gulliver as he travels to t…
It’s difficult trying to describe We Are Ian.
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