White Rabbit Red Rabbit

White Rabbit Red Rabbit

Returning Fringe classic White Rabbit Red Rabbit is Nassim Soleimanpour’s experimental monologue, in which the relationship between actor, writer, audience and text is explored and questioned... 

Enron

Enron

In a Fringe environment saturated with professional theatre, as well as aspirational students clawing at the throats of pre-professional placements, it is easy to forget that so many of us got involved in the arts, at least at first, for the sheer pleasure of it... 

Hess

Hess

Michael Burrell's award-winning one-man show Hess tells the story of its namesake Rudolf Hess, Deputy Führer of the Third Reich. Hess addresses the audience directly from his cell in Spandau Prison, recounting the thoughts that clearly have possessed him during his lifelong imprisonment, and demands that the audience confront a past that many of us would sooner keep buried... 

Swivelhead

Swivelhead

It is my objective and dream, when at the Edinburgh Fringe, to discover great new writing – plays that are just beginning to make their way onto the world's stages, at the forefront of contemporary drama... 

Loud Poets

Loud Poets

Spoken word troupe Loud Poets have taken to the road once more, with live band in tow, for this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe. In the informal setting of the Scottish Storytelling Centre's basement theatre, the Loud Poets offer an uplifting and energetic performance, which blends their poetry with music, video, gaming and even dance... 

Boys

Boys

The work of playwriting powerhouse Ella Hickson has always been connected to the Edinburgh Fringe, since her debut show Eight premiered there in 2008. Hickson's plays speak to a younger theatregoer, forming deeply personal analyses of a generation categorised by apathy...