Dance Base describes their one off line-ups as ‘The Fringe spirit distilled into 50 minutes’.
In the Autumn of 1853 the great Victorian critic John Ruskin delivered four lectures at the Philosophical Institution in Queen Street, Edinburgh.
Anna is missing, but why, and what happened in the day leading up to her disappearance? This non-linear play cuts back and forth from evening to daytime to unveil the truth behind …
Dining at Faulty Towers is a riotous and exuberant nostalgia trip.
Before watching this performance, I was eagerly expecting to be impressed by the promise of circus skills, puppetry, and a beloved writer.
A husband tells his wife tales to sooth her, calm her sorrows, reawaken for her the beauty of the world.
Welcome to Covent Garden Theatre, 1809, John Kemble, renowned actor and theatre manager is about to perform his celebrated Macbeth alongside his equally esteemed sister Sarah Siddo…
This dance-sketch show opens with a playful film, projected onto the large screen entirely covering the back wall of the space, featuring the cast as they hide behind pylons, trees…
I’ve often wondered what was going on behind the life models eyes.
How can you prove your apologies come from the heart? Do we only express remorse because we crave forgiveness? Can we forget as easily as we can forgive? This short play, new writi…
Cloudia has been searching for Cloud Men all her life; on this journey she’ll finally find one on an expedition up Cloud Mountain but more importantly, she’ll learn a valuable …
If you could tell Love what you honestly thought of it what would you say? In this fusion of poetic monologue, dance and sign language, Vintage Star Productions approaches love wit…
A marathon is a metaphor for life in this interactive, multimedia promenade.
Somebody’s Theatre from Sheffield offers us a piquant slice of life with this story of the tangled lives of four twenty somethings who share more than toothpaste - entirely set i…
Follow ‘Scrapologist’ Dr Patricia Baker as she probes, analyses and repairs a large Victorian scrapbook, identified as the property of the lonely clockmaker and seaweed collect…
This four-piece breakdancing crew is agile, energetic and hard-hitting.
Country Air ‘A Contemporary Ghost Story’ is, to be frank, confusing and confused about what it is.
Fruitful Ties performed by former Royal Ballet member, Mathew Hawkins and choreographer and teacher Steinvor Palsson, is strangely engrossing.
It’s a kind of absurdist sketch show, perhaps.
B O X is an odd and offbeat comedy, and perhaps too self aware of that.
This is difficult to write.
When your hairs are standing on end only five minutes into a play - and the singers are just getting into their swing - you know in your gut that you’re in for something special…
This is an action-packed offering that runs for an intense half an hour of desperation and claustrophobia.
From the offices of The Janus Media Corporation at the Northern Stage, newly born political parties, us the audience, scamper off into the streets, armed with smart phones and a pl…
Rush Theatre presents Patrick Marber’s famous play, Closer, with clarity and sensitivity, but it sadly lacks in the palpable vigor of passion.
This is a mixed bag of contemporary dance pieces from undergraduate JMUpstart Dance Company.
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