An Inspector Calls

An Inspector Calls

It might have been running on and off for nearly 18 years now, but Stephen Daldry’s groundbreaking production of JB Priestley’s classic is still as poignant, relevant and fresh a… 

Zombie Prom

Zombie Prom

The collaboration of John Dempsey’s story and Dana P Rowe’s composition leads to almost everything you expect musical comedy to be – cheesy, American, high octane and cringe wor… 

Many Roads to Paradise

Many Roads to Paradise

Anthony Biggs’ production of Stewart Permutt’s play flicks between several interconnecting storylines and manages to effectively analyse the development and breakdown of relation… 

The Trial

The Trial

Kafka’s “Trial” is, in many respects, a very daring piece of work to choose to put on at the Edinburgh Fringe. 

George In The Dragon's Den

George In The Dragon's Den

George in the Dragon’s Den is an odd mix of child and adult humour; a two hander, it markets itself as “a topical tour de force where pantomime meets Monty Python”, however desp… 

The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe

The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe

CS Lewis’ magical novel “The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe” is perhaps the greatest ever written for children. 

Camille O'Sullivan:The Dark Angel

Camille O'Sullivan:The Dark Angel

Camille O’Sullivan seemed, at one point, set to become an architect. 

Normality (Starring Pedro Kruger)

Normality (Starring Pedro Kruger)

How does God decide who gets which body? What is it that dictates whether someone is considered normal or abnormal? Indeed, how is it that someone comes to consider themselves as n… 

Bob's Date

Bob's Date

It is Bob’s first date in 2 years. 

Shakespeare For Breakfast

Shakespeare For Breakfast

With the curtain going up at 10am, Shakespeare for Breakfast is certainly one for the early birds, but is full of all the right ingredients to wake you up, cure a bad hangover and … 

The Last Five Years

The Last Five Years

It might seem an absurd idea to run a musical in the West End for just a week. 

Romeo & Juliet

Romeo & Juliet

I walk out of the Globe theatre at 10. 

Wall

Wall

One of Britain’s most recognised playwrights; David Hare’s recent credits include Gethsemane at the National, as well as the screenplays for Stephen Daldry’s films, “The Hours… 

Tusk Tusk

Tusk Tusk

“Nelly the elephant packed her trunk and said goodbye to the circus. 

Death and the King's Horseman

Death and the King's Horseman

Set in Oyo, Nigeria in the middle of World War II, Wole Soyinka’s Death and the King’s Horseman centres around the battle between British colonialist views and the local traditio… 

Spring Awakening

Spring Awakening

For all those who have been crying out for a gripping, controversial, and energising new musical, the wait is over. 

Mrs Affleck

Mrs Affleck

Samuel Adamson’s adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s great classic “Little Eyolf” is transported to the 1950s, a period which was renowned for stagnation, post war restructure and a pro… 

Be Near Me

Be Near Me

Ian McDiarmid’s adaption of Andrew O’Hargan’s book for the stage revolves around a gay priest’s relocation to a small town in Scotland and a major scandal which unfolds whilst … 

Macbeth

Macbeth

The word “Macbeth” originally became unlucky in theatres as it was such a guaranteed hit at its time, that if the current production was running badly, the theatre would simply r… 

Private Peaceful

Private Peaceful

Michael Morpurgo’s hugely moving, and very successful novel Private Peaceful made its debut at the Edinburgh Fringe last year as a one man show. 

The British Ambassador’s Belly Dancer

The British Ambassador’s Belly Dancer

Who could not admire Nadira Murray? Born into an under-privileged background in Uzbeckistan, she faced the torment of watching her father, an unqualified but talented director and … 

The Patriot Act

The Patriot Act

Lynda Bruce and Sandy Burns’ new play confronts the issues of privacy, manipulation, and perhaps most importantly love and the willingness to embrace that by putting aside differe… 

Reginald D Hunter - No Country for Grown Men

Reginald D Hunter - No Country for Grown Men

Reginald D Hunter is back at the Fringe this year with his latest show “No Country for Grown Men”. 

NewsRevue

NewsRevue

Back again, the world’s longest running comedy show has returned to sell out audiences once more. 

Property Rites

Property Rites

Property Rites is, in its simplest terms, the story of a patron desperate to get rid of a set of singing dolls he bought and subsequently regretted.