The Garden is an off-site performance that takes place a short walk away from the Traverse Theatre.
Death is an important topic and it affects everyone, obviously.
Mwathirika is deﬁnitely an engrossing show.
If you give a quick ﬂick through the Fringe programme, it will be fairly obvious that puppetry is on the rise in the theatre section this year.
Jephan de Villiers may not be a familiar name to most, but after watching L’Enfant Qui it can deﬁnitely be said he is an interesting character.
Bryony Kimmings is a theatre maker, performer and actor.
If you walk past the front of Dance Base in the Grassmarket you will see a small white dome that looks like it should be in a fun fair.
The Portrait Firm takes place in a former lecture hall within the Summerhall venue.
Tom Dale Company present Refugees of the Septic Heart, a multimedia dance piece that combines projected video, motion graphics, thumping soundscapes and expressive and impressive d…
Death is the topic that the performance of For Their Own Good tackles head on.
Mamoru Iriguchi is an experimental theatre designer and multimedia performance maker; he is also a man with a television awkwardly attached to the top of his head.
Thirteen statuesque performers stand on small boxes and sing in harmony.
As the audience enters the theatre, we are greeted by the enthusiastic performers who tell us that they want to make friends.
Conversations Not Fit For The American Dinner Table features a variety of characters that you would definitely not want round as dinner guests.
Marcin Bartnikowski and Marcin Bikowski are two versatile and engaging performers from Polish theatre company Teatr Hotel Malabar.
Liz Lochhead is the Scots Makar (the Scottish equivalent of the Poet Laureate) and she begins her performance with a poem from the perspective of an apple (entitled ‘The Apple’s …
Forget the movie, Monkey Poet tells us that Love Hurts, Actually.
Pinocchio is an overly familiar tale, however Pants on Fire present it in an unfamiliar way.
Bryony Kimmings tackles the important subject of the sexualisation and commodification of childhood and the pressures that 7-12 year olds feel in the modern world.
From 11am to 6pm, Robbie Thomson’s Ecstatic Arc is just a regular art installation in the Library Gallery in the Summerhall venue.
Bonanza is a documentary film experience presented in a theatre space.
Roger is an old man with a whisky-soaked voice and nicotine-stained hands.
Ab and Celie Solomons were a loving Jewish couple who experienced much happiness, joy and tragedy throughout their lives.
At only thirty minutes long, La Poeme may seem short in length, but the performance manages to fit as many engaging images into this short time span as is humanly possible.
We Will Be Free is an historical tale beginning in 1834 and is based on the true story of George and Betsy Loveless, prominent members of the Tolpuddle Martyrs.
S/He is Nancy Joe is more than just an exuberant dance performance.
Alan Bissett is the writer and performer of Ban This Filth!, whose content tackles the issues of contemporary feminism so recently receiving the national spotlight, and asking ques…
Fiedlen Cannon is one of the founders of Dublin based theatre company Brokentalkers.
Speak No Evil is a performance with good intentions.
Anthropoetry is a play on the word Anthropometry (a term used to describe measurements of the human body) and playing with words is exactly what this performance is all about.
Breaking News presents how people relate to the media and how news is reported, consumed, heard, read, watched and digested.
The Karavan Ensemble are a group of performers, artists and musicians who construct challenging and original theatre productions with a variety of collaborators.
The three players of Clout Theatre present The Various Lives of Infinite Nullity: an absurd tale involving suicide and the reasons individuals may commit such an act.
The performance began in a small room to the side of the theatre space.
HeLa tells the story of Henrietta Lacks, a 31 year old black woman who received treatment for cancer in a racially segregated hospital in Baltimore, USA in 1951.
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