Jess Green cares about education.
John Lennon was not only a Beatle, but also a skilled short fiction writer, poet and doodler.
Marie moves from a little village to a big city and it isn’t how she expected.
I remember hearing Tony Benn speak many years ago, when I was still in school.
Don’t wear make up to this show.
Someone has gone missing.
This is a show with an ambitious script, which shows real emotional intelligence.
Jean Genet’s classic play, based on the true story of two maids brutally murdering their mistress, is produced by All Bare Theatre in this rarely performed adaptation by Martin C…
What is love? Is it the crazy infatuations of our teenage years, the strength to make a failing marriage work or the instant bond between parent and child? Or is it something else,…
With her bright red hair and black-lined eyes, Penny Arcade looks like some sort of cartoon superhero – and she has the commanding stage presence you’d expect of one too.
Sometimes love comes to you and sometimes you have to make it happen.
Grounded is written, performed and directed by Linda McDade.
If you can find it, there is some brilliant (and also free – bonus!) storytelling nestled beneath a dark, dingy pub at this year’s Fringe.
We all make lists: to do lists, shopping lists, present lists… They are one of the best ways of keeping on top of one’s life and making sure that nothing is forgotten.
Antler’s If I Were Me is a visual treat.
“He is my father… somehow,” says Ben Norris, cutting to the heart of a feeling many people have at some point in their lives.
“Some people would kill to have what we have,” says Sophie, describing her job as a toilet attendant in a nightclub.
Ballet and juggling.
Cornermen treads a well-worn narrative path: the tale of a young man, plucked from obscurity to rise to fame and success.
Two women on a stage: one in a black gown, one in a white gown; a modern day schoolgirl jihadi and a Victorian intellectual.
“Doesn’t she look lovely?” Louise Mothersole and Rebecca Biscuit coo again and again, spitting irony.
What if there is no toilet? Well, you needn’t worry.
Joe Barnes and Henry Perryment deliver solid, expressive performances in their comedy sketch show.
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