Professors White Fang and Dr.
Out of the darkness, six women emerge wearing evening dresses.
John Ruskin: leading art critic of the Victorian era, famous for his volume of essays “Modern Painters” and his endorsement of Turner and the Pre-Raphaelites.
Emma is called in for a meeting with her manager and is reminded of a company contract she signed at the start of her employment: she must inform the company whenever she develops …
Lianna is a young woman with learning disabilities.
A man has come to see a psychic.
After a successful career in London as a playwright and actor, William Shakespeare has returned home to his wife in Stratford.
The Domino Effect opens lyrically in a way reminiscent of Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood, with a series of vignettes of local East London characters.
Show 6 is Secret Theatre’s latest production of Mark Ravenhill’s new script.
A couple are thinking about having a baby, but want to make sure they’re doing it for the right reasons.
The Human Sketchipede packs a good deal into what the flyer promises will be “a unique brand of surreal sketch show”.
Mates is set in a Vanilla Sky-type universe where citizens are put into a digital incubator system to be matched up with their soul mates by an algorithm.
This is a two-hander written and performed by Peter Henderson.
A man and a woman have come together to tell us about Diderot’s novel, Jacques the Fatalist and his Master.
There are no actors in this show.
This one-woman show begins with a deluge of diagnoses handed out to the audience members by the performer.
The first half of Upper Lip - a new play by Robin Johnson - is so much like any one of P.
How to put on an adaptation of the immortal Spanish classic in sixty minutes while doing it justice? Stephen Harper, MercE Ribot, and Patricia Rodriguez select some of the most fam…
The Flood provides a haunting, tragic insight into one of the most devastating events in modern history.
Dann Rail is an eccentric resident of a town called Quinnipak.
Set in a derelict glue factory, this play portrays the lives of four homeless people as they live in squalor.
Unfaithful is the latest work by Fringe First award-winning writer Owen McCafferty.
Can’t Stay Away! is a farce centred around an immigrant worker from Eastern Europe who has saved up some money and just wants to return home.
A young woman who’s spent her entire life in Limerick, Ireland wishes to leave home and explore the world.
We’re in 1940s New York at an upscale hotel, where a new jazz bar is having its opening launch party.
We’re in the office of a movie producer.
Miss Behave hosts the wackiest, zaniest game show at the Fringe! You are kept on your toes, trying to outsmart the opposing team.
Silky is tall, with kind eyes that seem to have the power of x-ray vision.
Lady Carol sits on her stool with her ukulele and mandolin, wearing a black velvet robe that gives her the appearance of a fairy tale enchantress.
We begin early in the morning, when several men are getting out of bed.
Stuart Bowden has fashioned his costume out of a lime-green sleeping bag, which becomes baggy and puffy like an emptied out bean bag around his body.
The title and poster of this show - a photo of Rob Rouse’s face literally looking through the legs of a naked bottom - are somewhat misleading about the nature of this show.
We are at a tribunal for war crimes.
The room of a poet is dimly lit by desk lamps.
There is something magnetic about Ivy Paige, with her long lashes, coy glances downwards, the pout of her deep scarlet lips, and her flaming hair brushed to one side.
Lizzie Bates is a wildly imaginative comedian who has created a stunning array of characters for a fun hour of comedy.
Catriona Knox is already jumping around, hyped up for the show to start as the audience settles in.
Two men in their forties meet for a coffee to catch up after four years of not meeting up in person.
Lorraine and Alan adapts an Orkney folktale about selkies - seals who shed their skin to become human - and places it in the contemporary world.