With alumni including Ed Gamble, Nish Kumar and Jeremy Vine, the Durham Revue are celebrating their 50th year with sketch show comedy Death on the Mile at this year’s Durham Fringe Festival.
They are one of more than 65 shows available, in a programme of comedy, theatre, dance, magic and children’s shows in the World Heritage Site of Durham this July.
For music lovers, winners of the UK's Open A Cappella, Northern Lights, present A Cappella's 10th B'day Bash: Top of the Bops. Or for drama fans, multi award-winning Sightline Productions are staging Chance, by Yolan Noskay - a contemporary play with powerful social commentary dealing with the effects of the pandemic and the cost-of-living crisis in an authentic, non-patronising, and often humorous way.
Adding a Michael Jackson twist to the Romeo & Juliet story in dance form, The Muses offer Jackson & Juliet. There’s something for everyone.
All listings for Durham Fringe Festival are now on Broadway Baby, and tickets are available on the festival website https://durhamfringe.co.uk/events/