There We Have Been

There We Have Been

Based on Haruki Murakami’s bestselling novel Norwegian Wood, There We Have Been explores the relationship of the novel’s main character and his late best friend’s girlfriend,… 

A to Z Improv Comedy - Free

A to Z Improv Comedy - Free

A to Z Improv Comedy, like most shows of its type, includes many of the classic improv games and therefore runs the risk of being too similar to a host of other shows available. 

Sam Lloyd: Fully Committed

Sam Lloyd: Fully Committed

For many people, Sam Lloyd will probably never be anything other than Ted from Scrubs, something that is understandable given the distinct part he plays in the famous series. 

The Six Wives of Henry VIII

The Six Wives of Henry VIII

The Six Wives of Henry VIII promises us ‘silly songs and historical hysteria’ and that’s exactly what Howard Coggins and Stu McLoughlin set out to do. 

Assassins

Assassins

What does it take to shoot a president and would you be able to do it? Assassins, based on a book by John Weidman and with lyrics and music by Stephen Sondheim, explores the minds … 

Everyman

Everyman

What would you do if Death dropped by one day to tell you that you have been chosen to represent all of humanity before God the Almighty and you realised that your record so far mi… 

Alasdair Gray in Conversation with Jonty Claypole

Alasdair Gray in Conversation with Jonty Claypole

Alasdair Gray, the infamous Scottish writer, is perhaps best known for his epic first novel Lanark, which was described as ‘one of the landmarks of 20th-century fiction’ by the Gua… 

The Collision of Things

The Collision of Things

What do you do when you realise that the life you have lived up until now isn’t the life you wanted to live? Who are you now and where are you going? How far will you go in searc… 

Surname and Surname

Surname and Surname

Paul Foxcroft and Briony Redman have both left their sketch show group to try their luck as a twosome. 

Edinburgh Book Fringe

Edinburgh Book Fringe

World Power Books is Scotland’s most famous radical independent bookshop, situated in the heart of Edinburgh, and host of the Edinburgh Book Fringe. 

Literary Salon

Literary Salon

Damian Barr, Scottish journalist and author, host this event in the spectacular Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge. 

Drop-in Bibliotherapy

Drop-in Bibliotherapy

Are you one of those people who love to read but whose habits have stagnated somewhat due to lack of ideas and inspiration? Or do you find books and literature to be something that… 

On the Beach by John Osborne

On the Beach by John Osborne

Several years ago, John Osborne got a job teaching at a summer school in the seaside town of Weymouth in Dorset. 

Spring Awakening: The Musical

Spring Awakening: The Musical

When the German playright Frank Wedekind completed his expressionist play in 1891, it sparked controversy, censorship and rage. 

How to Be Awesome at Everything

How to Be Awesome at Everything

Do you ever find yourself wishing that you were more attractive, better at sex, funnier, richer? Basically, do you ever wish that you were more awesome? If so, then this might be t… 

The Lock In

The Lock In

Breaking Tradition, together with the BBC Radio 2 award-winning folk powerhouse The Demon Barbers, presents The Lock In: an hour-long dance-off combining hip-hop and folk, and acco… 

Solomon and Marion

Solomon and Marion

Dame Janet Suzman stars in this wonderful new production written and directed by Lara Foot, offering a mesmerized audience a glimpse into the complicated and conflicting world that… 

The Oxford Revue: With Bits

The Oxford Revue: With Bits

The Oxford Revue is an institution in its own right, and so any year’s Fringe show has rather a lot to live up to. 

The Showstoppers' Improvised Musical

The Showstoppers' Improvised Musical

Often, the key to a good improvised comedy show is making sure that the audience forgets that what’s happening on stage is in fact improvised. 

A Simple Space

A Simple Space

It is not often you leave a performance lost of words. 

The Thinking Drinker's Guide to Alcohol

The Thinking Drinker's Guide to Alcohol

Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham give us The Thinking Drinker’s Guide to Alcohol, an hour-long show packed with spirit-related information, inappropriate banter and, of course, the … 

A Theory of Justice: the Musical!

A Theory of Justice: the Musical!

In an attempt to answer the question, ‘What is justice?’, Professor of Philosophy, John Rawls (Alexander Wickens), travels back in time to ask the great philosophers of the las…