To describe this show as a love letter to drugs would probably undersell the level of pro drug propaganda that this tripe puts forward.
In celebration of the 90th anniversary on the birth of Michael Flanders, Tim FitzHigham and Duncan Walsh-Atkins return to the Fringe armed with suits, songs and plenty of style.
All singing, all dancing, all Werther’s bearing Sue MacLaine and Emma Kilbey bring to the Fringe their characters Sid and Valerie Lester.
Veterans of the folk music scene, North Sea Gas, return to the fringe after four previous sell-out runs.
Hailing from Canberra Australia is The Other Side, a group comprised of Mike Lyons and John McCarthy, joined by Mary.
Comprised of 9 silent short films with musical accompaniments from Dmytro Morykit, Music in Manufacture seeks to bring together two different mediums to create something entirely n…
Although Merrymouth may not be instantly recognisable to the lay-person on first glance, they are a band that after one listen grab hold of you and don’t let go.
With sketches ranging from speed dating to a prostitute on Dragons Den and women talking at the toilet mirrors, At Wit’s End is a sketch comedy that covers lots of bases but fails …
Bringing their fusion of guitar and mandolin to the Fringe Festival, Steve Rutherford and Mark Barnett set out a show that promises ‘a depth of soul seeking and cerebral intensity …
The Deep Red Sky are Scottish five-piece ensemble which blends guitars and three-part harmonies to create a brand of alternative rock akin to Pacific Northwest bands.
Describing himself as a ‘troubadour’ musician, Dougie MacLean returns to the Fringe Festival for the twentieth consecutive year with his classic folk sounds.
Twenty years on from his first performance, Pip Utton returns to the Fringe Festival with his one man show Adolf.
Set in the fictional Rust Belt town of Eldritch, Missouri, Lanford Wilson’s play The Rimers of Eldritch is brought to the Fringe by Bronxville High School.
Claiming to ‘hilariously’ address the issues of high-school and create a helpful guide, Memorial High School from Houston Texas have come to the Fringe Festival with their show ent…
The story of Anne Frank is one that many in the world are familiar with.
From the country that gave the world fjords, A-Ha and open sandwiches comes Lars and Martin with their stand-up comedy act Norwegians of Comedy.
Just how easy is it to be a comedian? Why are some things funny and others not? These are just some of the question that Punchline, written by Ross Ericson, poses.
What exactly is your teenager doing on the computer? Who are they talking to? These are two questions that many parents are asking in this internet-dominated era.
Describing itself as ‘lecture-demonstration’ in its program introduction, Laquearia attempts to answer whether the chess match in Samuel Beckett’s 1938 book Murphy could be used as…
Styling themselves as variety performers, The Drama boys - an all male company hailing from Cornwall - say on their flyers that they cover everything ‘From Shakespeare to slapsti…
A piece of new writing from Durham University’s Hyena theatre company, Cut! stages the tumultuous and often frustrating journey that it can take to put on a theatrical production…
Chronicling the near three-year journey of a theatre company based in New York, The TEAM Makes a Play is a documentary film that lays bare the creative process and takes the audien…
A sketch comedy with an overarching narrative, The Birmingham Footnotes Disagree is this year’s offering from the Birmingham University’s sketch troupe.
Making his solo stand-up debut at the Fringe, Jonny Donahoe brings us his show Class Whore that has a message both political and emotional.
Romeo and Juliet is a story that has been told countless times on stage and screen, in almost every guise under the sun - yes I’m looking at you Baz Luhrmann.
Consisting of four different acts each night, Big Value Comedy Late seeks to bring its audience variety and humour in equal measure whilst also giving them a sample of some of the …
Pointing his target at corporations, appealing to the lowest common denominator and anthropomorphism, John Gordillo’s Cheap shots at the Defenceless is a satirical look at aspects …
In this one woman show by Renee Lyons, accidental hero Nick tells the remarkable true story of Nick Chisholm, a New Zealand native who suffered a brain stem stroke and his recovery…
Marking the 25th anniversary of Lockerbie, Lockerbie: Lost Voices tells the story of the infamous Pan Am flight 103 and seeks to provide a voice the those who now can’t speak.
Reprising their show Aaaand Now For Something Completely Improvised are Daniel Roberts, Tom Skelton, Chris Turner and Dougie Walker; together they make up Racing Minds, returning t…
Winner of the 2008 Leicester Comedian of the Year, Henry Paker brings his show Classic Paker to the Fringe to put some surrealist comedy into your life.
If growing old quietly was the status quo nowadays then clearly no one informed Barry Cryer and Ronnie Golden.
Inspired by the later life of abstract artist Roger Hilton CBE, when he effectively lived in self-imposed exile, Botallack O’Clock is a black comedy by playwright Eddie Elks that…
End to End tells the story of three girls’ journey from Land’s End to John O’Groats using as many forms of transport along the way as possible.
Hailing from Bath, Mikhail Asanovic and Jake Wright are two guitarists that together make up the Showhawk Duo.
Dating George Orwell is a one woman play that looks at the unhealthy relationship between a teenage girl and the books that she has become engrossed in.
What do you get if you mix Gogol Bordello with Bob Dylan, but without Dylan’s lyrical genius? The New Gondoliers.
Straight out of Cambridgeshire and truly embracing the spirit of the fringe, Get It On is a stand-up comedy show that showcases two up and coming performers called Ben Hustwayte an…
Carl-Einer Häckner returns to the fringe after a seven year absence with his new show Handluggage.
From the outset Captain Ko and the Planet of Rice sets itself firmly at the surreal edge of fringe theatre.
When folk music is mentioned in conversation, images of rolling hills, heather covered moors and pale skinned damsels are amongst those that spring to mind.
Poison invites the audience into the world of Rachel de Quincy and her close friends and family.
Based on the novel of the same name by Norwegian author Knut Hamsun, Artem Kretov brings his one man production of Hunger to the Fringe.
How far would you go to instil good religious values into your child? Would you send them to work against their will? Cleansed looks at one young girl’s journey at a Magdalene la…
Set in rural Quebec, The List is a one-woman play which gives the audience a window into the ostensibly simple world of a housewife who has an unhealthy obsession with lists.
A Dastardly Fiction tells the story of a struggling author’s ill-advised deal with a demon and the ensuing consequences.
Based around the last 12 months of comedian Jeff Leach’s life, Boyfriend Experience looks at the journey Leach has undertaken to change his outlook, both generally and also speci…
Dirty Pretty Money is a play that looks at the relationship people have with power and money in today’s society.
Ranking amongst the best Scotland has to offer in folk-rock, The Picts come to the Fringe with a concert show that moves and excites in equal measure.
Based on an early 20th century poem by Juan Ramon Jimenez, Platero Y Yo tells the story of an old poet and his faithful silver donkey, and the life that they lead in the town of Mo…
Part physical theatre, part comedy, part history lesson, It’s So Nice is a two women play that describes the relationship of two cousins who never met.
Established in 1973, the Edinburgh Folk Club was represented at the Fringe for the first time this year with a showcase at the Acoustic Music Centre at St Bride’s that displayed …
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