The End of Eddy is a heartfelt, autobiographical play based on the book En Finir avec Eddy Bellegueule by Édouard Louis, in which the author shares experiences of his difficult yo…
Cold Blood is a unique experience of cinema, theatre, dance and music brought to us by Kiss and Cry Collective.
Nina Conti’s In Therapy is a hysterical and intelligent piece of improvised comedy that plays with the idea of what would happen if we actually said our uncensored thoughts out l…
Meet Benjamin and James.
My Leonard Cohen is a soulful and informative show celebrating the life of the recently deceased Canadian musician and poet.
If I could bottle some of Zack Zucker’s confidence, enthusiasm and energy I could create a cure for depression and low self-esteem.
Joseph K is a modern day adaptation of Kafka’s The Trial brought to us by students from KGS Theatre Company.
I have never seen anyone manage to create humour from pessimism and snobbery as well as Simon Evans does and oh my, we were in for quite a helping of it in this hour long show.
Recently I have become a bit disappointed after seeing a few household name comedians as I feel that some of them have become a little out of touch with their audiences in the mate…
Ed Gamble’s Mammoth is a strong example of observational comedy at this year’s Fringe.
Adele is Younger Than Us is a hilarious, down to earth comedy about the everyday struggles that ‘normal’ girls face.
Parlour Games is a classy, original and nostalgic piece of theatre brought to us by Tooth+Nail, a company comprised of four talented Jacques Lecoq graduates.
There are a few moments in your life when it dawns on you that you are experiencing something very unique and special and being an audience member for Requiem for Aleppo was one of…
Daniel Piper’s Day Off is a one man comedy show that goes through the different anxieties one feels when calling in sick to work.
The Last Queen of Scotland is a bold and original new piece of writing by Jaimini Jethwa, commissioned by the National Theatre of Scotland and Dundee Rep, and produced by Stellar Q…
Antler Theatre are no strangers to the Edinburgh Fringe, making their debut with This Way Up and Maria, 1968 in 2012.
Meet Zach & Viggo; Zach is a roguish American oozing with boyish charm.
All Genius All Idiot is a quirky and outrageous piece that explores the animalistic side of human nature using contemporary circus, performance art and live music.
Sh!t Theatre are excited to present their ‘mainstream crossover’ hit following their 2016 show Letters to Windsor House that earned them a Fringe First.
If you are looking for an unpretentious, heart-warming comedy show at the festival, Quarter Life Crisis is where you will find it.
Raton Laveur – meaning raccoon – is an original, bold, black comedy brought to us by Australian theatre company Fairly Lucid Productions, who are making their debut at the Edin…
Hollywood: home to the fools who dream.
If you are looking for a show that demonstrates exceptional acting and physical theatre skills Tobacco is where you will find it.
‘Who thinks they are perfect?’ Is the question Danyah Miller poses to the audience at the onset of the performance.
Fauna is a bold, mesmerising exploration of primal behaviour brought to us by the wonderful Fauna Circus.
Nonsense Room Productions are no strangers to the Edinburgh Festival, having first debuted Hairy Maclary all the way back in 2010.
Chinese physical theatre influenced by Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and the contemporary Tang Xianzu’s The Peony Pavilion.
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