Alter Ego charges in with another winning production.
The double helix structure of DNA is knowledge that today we
take for granted.
Eager to entertain, all-female group Improv Noir follow the
well-trodden formula of inviting ideas from the audience as to a place and a
character then spend the next hour creati…
From an initial four to a now fuller six, Bridget Fraser has
written a stunning set of monologues that appear at first hand to have little
connection to each other but actually r…
These acoustic comedians return to the Henley Fringe with
their assortment of quirky songs and music.
A one-woman cabaret show presenting the life of Anita Boult,
a jobbing musical actress trying to cope with life in New York city.
Outrageous, shocking and disgusting that women over a
certain age should even attempt to create a comedy sketch show?Not at all.
A dark-comedy about the lives of the Rogers and their relationship
Creator Tom Ward-Thomas has written a two-act comedy that
peers into the lives of passengers commuting to Cornwall.
Stalwarts of the Henley Fringe Festival, Falcon Grange are
back for their seventh year with another smooth show.
Like many men of his generation, Simon Feilder talks about
his insecurities about being a single man, but unlike a lot of them he spices
his show up with multi-media presentation…
John Godber is generally a safe bet in terms of production.
Ladies Day charts the lives of four women working in a fish-filleting factory.
35 mm is a musical exhibition combining photographic art with song.
Visiting Time opens dramatically in a hospital room.
Stand-up comedy is never an easy option and Daniel Simonsen certainly had his work cut out for him in attempting to do so with little by way of preparation.
She Stoops To Conquer is perhaps the best-known work of Oliver Goldsmith.
A co-production with Vertical Line and Greenwich theatre, Take Two Every Four Hours is a work in progress by Henry Regan and Ross Stanley.
Based on true stories of child immigrants sent to Australia, this performance takes us from the Quays of London onto a voyage of discovery and into the imagination of Jennifer Lark…
Shooting Stars presentation of Much Ado About Nothing is given a modern and youthful interpretation.
In the year before the centenary of World War I this production puts us in the middle of the conflict in France.
With a sell out show and standing room only, the expectation for Mark Restuccia’s set was high.
On a trip to France for a vintage car rally, four friends convene in a farmhouse - only two of them bring plus ones, making for a comedy of manners that speeds along as fast as any…
Three young lads in search of comedy gold, No Poofs No Piano comprises of sketches and quips with typical schoolboy humour.
A collection of four short plays looking at different elements of life and love, each presents its own element of the comic brought about from the tragic and vice versa.
Silent Shakespeare attempts to give meaning to some of his most famous characters, but without words.
This seemingly seasoned sketch show quartet has the promise of a fully entertaining set, but though the performers are in sync with each other and each other, their material could …
The premise of the play is a re-telling of The Case of the Prime Minister, the Floozie and the Lummock Rock Lighthouse.
With a combination of music, song and puppetry The Golden Cowpat recounts the story of Betty the cow in the style of an old episode of Jackanory.
Shrew’s Who? is an attempt at role reversal of Shakespeare’s The Taming of The Shrew.
A stand up with a difference.
Nice to see some music listed on the Fringe Festival and a good chance to savour something other than theatre.
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