Fat Rascal Theatre should be pleased with their Fringe so far.
The Cardboard Exotics are back at Fringe with a new offering from writer and cast member Ben Alborough.
The eminently search-engine-unfriendly Cream Tea and Incest returns to Fringe after a successful outing in 2017, but this time with an all-female cast.
This bold, poetic, storytelling performance by Jo Blake is more of a series of questions than a search for truth.
This monologue, written and performed by Katie Guicciardi, addresses the underreported issue of post-partum depression through a thoughtful combination of analogy, props and heartf…
Katie Arnstein has brought her joyous mix of caustic wit, a cautionary tale and a call to arms to her first Fringe.
This raucous monologue from Sadie Clark gives us a tale of dating and identity from the bleeding edge of the 21st century.
This interesting two-hander from writer and director Lucy Bird paints a raucous, vivid picture of a lonely life, that of wage-slave Kate, played by Dru Stephenson, and what happens…
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