At the opening of new play Superior
Donuts, the audience is confronted by the vandalised eponymous store, making
them wonder just exactly what the owner did to deserve having his…
The audience for Self-Criticism seems, rightfully, self-selecting.
Thankfully, the title of this show is misleading.
Proclaiming himself to be in league with the devil, Tennyson Hanbury didn’t exactly fill me with excitement for his Condensed Cabaret.
In a showcase of fifties jazz music, Sarah Henderson, Loes van der Laan and Emma Turnbull, or the Fabulous D.
Set in the Channel Islands during the Nazi German Occupation, Sedition is the forbidden love story of a German soldier and a young islander, whose romance blossoms despite the risk…
A show which works for their audience’s approval, Robin Grainger and Gregor Wappler don’t automatically expect your applause.
Ever wondered if magic can really happen? Do ghosts exist? What actually is Anthropology? Clovis Van Darkhelm has some answers, though they may not be exactly what you were expecti…
The plot of One Night Stand is, unsurprisingly, the repercussions of a drunken work night out for two colleagues who wake up in the same bed.
Along with some other less family friendly descriptions, Bob Doolally or ‘the man who puts foot into football’, entered the stage to mass cheering from the crowd of Bob look-a-…
When contemplating whether to see Matt Forde: Eyes to the Right, Nose to the Left make sure you’ve read up on your politics and politicians from recent years, as without some kin…
With vocals and guitar from Sophie Bancroft and bass from Tom Lyne, the Acoustic Music Centre at St.
As Anne Edmonds is well aware, the midday stand-up slot is a difficult one.
Stumbling onto the opening bedroom setting, Emma holds a bottle of wine whilst Simon carries a blue WKD with a bendy straw.
The Scottish National Gallery’s Festival Fun Ceilidh Dinner lives up to its claim of being a ‘truly Scottish experience’.
Written and devised by the cast, Social Husbandry Inc.
Star of the 1960s TV series The Likely Lads, Rodney Bewes shares some of Dylan Thomas’ short stories about his childhood.
Did that really just happen? That’s the question that the audience were asking themselves as they left Not the Adventures of Moleman last night.
As a safety briefing warns of imminent riotous and potentially offensive exploits, the show’s double-act can be heard bickering in the wings, nervously anticipating their approac…
You could be forgiven for thinking that Jim Campbell was Mark Watson’s twin brother.
The start of Alfie Brown: Soul for Sale is signalled by the sound of sirens and screaming, disrupting the soundtrack of Justin Bieber and Joe McEldry playing as the audience take t…
Sitting in the dark, cave-like venue of the Hive where the smell of alcohol and sweat still pervades from late-night clubbing and the floors are still just a little bit sticky, it …
Billed as a study of ‘the layers of emotion and memory that infuse captured images’, Fast Portraits begins with a dancer onstage in half-light and a screen above showing a clos…
The Free Paint and Play Ukulele Workshop with Tricity Vogue is exactly as described.
Step into my Parlour invites you inside the cosy downstairs of The Royal Oak to hear traditional Irish folk songs performed by the cheery Michelle Burke.
This is the story of the rise and fall of concrete tower blocks.
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