Greeting you with a handshake as you enter, Schôn Dale-Jones and his piece, The Duke, warmly invite you to participate in a really special experience.
Think is a powerful piece of new writing from Evangeline Osbon, recent graduate from the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts, in collaboration with MindOut Theatre.
Man And Boy is a perfectly poetic way to punctuate an otherwise hectic day at the Fringe.
The Breakup Monologues is billed as a comedy chat show hosted by BBC Radio 4 regular Rosie Wilby, discussing all things breakup with ‘other top comedy, theatre and spoken word ac…
Award-winning theatre company Owle Schreame performs a series of very droll ‘drolls’: short, illegal comedies from the 17th century.
Thom Tuck’s stand-up show, An August Institution, opens with an extended maths joke, which sets the tone for an hour of fairly niche humour.
Have a bite to eat and take a seat – you’re in for a treat.
Alice Marshall is a master of character comedy.
James Acaster is a comedian who, for many, requires no introduction.
Gráinne Maguire’s stand-up hour, Gráinne with a Fada centres on the comic’s own identity.
Kae Kurd has the self-possession and charisma of a seasoned performer, which is particularly impressive given that Kurd Your Enthusiasm is his debut Fringe show.