Eliott has never cared for sex.
Haus of Dench’s monstrous Fringe hit rises from the grave for two nights only! Drag superstars Kate Butch and Crudi Dench have their cabaret show crashed by brain-hungry zombies.
Imagine boarding a spaceship travelling at the speed of light with nothing but a guitar.
Jade Anouka’s debut play is a raw and honest exploration of love, loss, and self-discovery.
Shakesqueer: two houses, both alike in indignity.
Disney fan? Massive raging queer? Then Happily Ever Poofter is for you! The legendary smash-hit parody musical is back! Join Prince Henry – the only gay in the Kingdom – on his…
Dave’s relationship with art is not going well, in more ways than one.
Hole by Drew Gill.
In a holding room, participants wait.
Caliban, a young transsexual recovering from the boozy wedding reception of two lesbian witches, will need more than the magic of pronouns to survive this truly surreal odyssey int…
Raucous, wild and an incy bit different – this one-hour compilation show with a changing nightly lineup, gives you a fabulous cross section of Fringe mayhem in one wild bite-size…
There are three rules every housewife knows: never return a dish empty, always have dinner ready by the time he gets home, and some things are best kept under the table.
Guardian journalist Gary Nunn’s theatrical storytelling adventure into psychics, mediums and astrologers is a combination of character-driven scenes, verbatim theatre and narrati…
That most middle class of events, the dinner party, can be a night of stimulating conversation, wonderful company and dramatic revelation.
In this hilarious and heartfelt one-woman show, comedian Kassie Thornton goes on a rollercoaster of self-discovery, as she navigates coming out and coming into herself.
Slip’n’slide inside a rock’n’roll fantasy party of joy, chaos and catharsis as genderqueer drag-clowns Oasissy (‘Ones to watch’ (List)) invite you into their madferrit, monobro…
Overweight and OVER IT is about the trials and tribulations of being plus size! Lawrence Chaney made history as the first plus-size winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK.
A half-live, half-virtual interracial lesbian love story between a white European and a black former refugee.
This new one-person play by leading Samoan writer Sia Figiel vividly tells, through the voices of never-before-heard indigenous characters, the extraordinary story of Robert Louis …
The rodeo is the best place in the world.
Waiting for Champagne follows former friends and roommates, Annie and Frances, who haven’t spoken to each other in more than a year.
MICF’s Best Newcomer nominee, Sunanda, loves Britney (Spears, duh), but it took them till 30 to realise they never wanted to be Britney so much as do Britney.
LGBTQIA+ adults read aloud from their real teenage diaries, poetry, fanfic and more! After gaining a cult following in London and online, Queer Diary tours the UK for the first tim…
How to live a jellicle life: life lessons from the 2019 hit musical ‘cats’ is as bonkers as it sounds, whilst still adding to the philosophical debate on how to live a good lif…
Fimbo Butures (Maya Williams and Lizzy Tan) bring For you: wicked to the Fringe after a world premiere at VAULT Festival 2023.
Join us for a groundbreaking play that gives voice to the unheard experiences of gay men’s experiences of intimate partner violence (IPV).
Are you ready for some hot queer magic?! Join the award-winning cabaret artist and Indian dancer, Pink Lotus, for the Edinburgh debut of Hot Queer Magic – an iconic South London …
After a five-star, sell-out run at Edinburgh 2022, James is popping to the Free Fringe for an out-of-control hour of jokes.
Vulnerability and sexual awakening go hand in hand in Declan, an unnerving one-man play set in rural Wiltshire.
Are you just a teenage dirtbag, baby? Wanna watch weird vids and drink morning coffee with me, maybe? This is a show about a queer, autistic, latinx caterpillar, on the edge.
This year, Nile Seguin decided to try 50 new, potentially life-changing experiences (nothing crazy: pansexuality, ethical non-monogamy, bubble tea).
After experiencing a sighting of suspected life in the clouds as a child, Zee becomes infatuated with the idea of a world above.
How far can you push a sex metaphor, a romantic friendship, and questionable interior décor choices? When Ash and Zee move into their tiny Edinburgh apartment, they begin to navig…
We begin, as most trauma does, in the distant past.
Lesbian actor Kate struggles to create a self-tape audition as Virginia Woolf, revealing that she is frozen in the midst of running away from her healthy relationship.
Have you ever wondered what the people on the other side of your wall are talking about? Two couples separated by a paper-thin wall, Max and Billie have been friends forever but is…
Burnt Lavender is a queer cabaret, devised and presented by students from the University of Worcester's Masters in Touring Theatre degree.
“Who just sits and waits?” Nate and Quinn take residence in an abandoned warehouse to await details of their next job, just a phone and each other for company, wiling away the time…
There’s something really unsettling about 1950s suburbia, and What If They Ate The Baby? really taps into that feeling as it plunges deeply into the aesthetic of a stereotypical …
Some say that when actor-managers were struggling for money, they used to turn in desperation to the one play that could always guarantee an audience.
We regret to inform you that Dave is back.
Losing The Plot is a new queer jukebox musical comedy, jam-packed with top hits from the 70s and 80s, Originally performed in Manchester and has now come to the Fringe this year.
Join award-winning queer cabaret icon Aidan Sadler as they take you on a journey to the end of the world! Nothing is safe from ridicule, so be led on an exploration of normalising …
Don’t you know how busy and important they are? Dre and Jo have had their double espresso, pressed their vests and are going straight to the top.
Brooke Finegold is masterful in her hour of live poetry, spoken word and stand up comedy.
In Fat, Femme and Crippled, Alex drives their mobility scooter on the intersection between disability and queer culture.
Two queer Jews.
This gender euphoric cabaret is a musical paradise for thems, mens, femmes, and everyone in between.
It’s hard to imagine that any show called, in full, A Shark Ate My Penis: A History of Boys Like Me could be weirder or more fun than it sounds.
Students from Westcliff High School for Boys, Essex, have arrived in Edinburgh with 14-18 Cyrano de Bergerac, an exciting re-imagining of Edmund Rostand’s 1897 classic tale writt…
Edinburgh’s home-grown queer cabaret is back at the Fringe with a high altitude, scripted comedy! Take your seats on board a real, replica aircraft and enjoy some in-flight enterta…
‘Like an O2 concert on a budget!’ (Miss Hope Springs).
The candid and comical tale of a mad tranny from Burnley in the north of England; how a little boy who secretly wore their sister’s dresses, moved to Berlin, became a Drag King, gr…
Preaching the word to thousands in football stadiums and evangelising undercover in China, amidst 30 years of door-knocking, and all the while the sound of sexuality was knocking l…
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is famous for glitz, glitter and glamour, but it started with megaphones and violence.
Vile, vulgar and scabrous, there is an indefatigable and irrepressible sense of humour that accompanies the Glaswegian working class and their spirit.
Many people wish to be famous, successful, or simply stand out from the crowd.
The Virgin Queen? I don’t think so! Lizzy I has got a son and he might just be a little bit fruity.
Storytellers from a range of backgrounds, ages and cultures share stories of LGBTQ+ lives past, present and future.
In their last show, Hair, Shelf joked about being mistaken for teenage boys.
Join me as I put the fun back into searching for meaning in a chaotic universe, if we agree to spell universe as ‘fun-iverse’ which I believe we agreed to.
A writer urges a star to come down to earth and collaborate with him on a play.
What do you get when A24’s golden renaissance of horror is captured through a propulsive and urgent tragicomedy? This haunting, bitingly funny thriller theatre follows nonbinary pl…
A story of admiration seeping into identity, Em walks the tightrope of what he knows to be true and what he wishes were true.
If you can’t hate yourself, how the hell you gonna hate anyone else? Makes you laugh. Makes you think.
EdFest award winner presents a left-wing love letter to being queer-ish, mixed race-ish and British-ish.
I’m taking sexy away again.
It’s a Boy? is from the wildly creative comic mind of Ben Hodge, Liverpool Echo’s Top 30 under 30 and winner of Into Film Documentary of the Year 2020.
Queer Comedy Brunch unlike any other! Strap-in and strap-on because Alphabet Soup is taking over Le Monde Hotel’s Shanghai Nightclub and serving up world-class LGBTQIA+ comedians, …
The young intellectual Nico is uncontrollably addicted to museums.
Christopher Marlowe is forever fated to be associated with his peer and likely chum William Shakespeare.
Everyone knows about the code-breaking genius of Alan Turing, but behind the mathematical genius lay a man of great passion.
Welcome to everyone’s favourite flat-pack megacorporation’s new reality TV show! The premise is simple – people are profitable.
La vie Bohème! I can’t believe it’s been nearly 30 years since the rock musical RENT hit the stage and almost 20 years from the film version.
Our first impression when seeing Antonio! is that it’s chaotic and hedonistic, a impression that is quickly proven to be correct, but in a gloriously celebratory way.
On the surface, this is yet another 'coming out' story.
Named one of the Best Undiscovered Comedians in America by Thrillist Magazine, Seattle comedian Andrew Frank delivers a hilarious set about growing up as a pastor’s kid, finding qu…
Let the Queen of the O-rings take you on an epic quest! In the face of mortal danger from repressive forces she must engage in a cosmic battle to fight for the survival & freedom o…
Single mother, community activist and advocate, Lucha, and her teenage son Freddie are evicted from their apartment in East Los Angeles to make room for a Doggie Day Care.
This is a glorious experience from the opening theme tune, through commercial breaks, down to the 'traditional' preview of the next episode.
Step into the world of neurodivergence with Pip and experience a captivating journey through her life with ADHD.
The show is performed by a brilliant pair of queer, tumbling, absurdist clowns.
In this biographical burlesque, a confessional cabaret, Phillipe will sing and dance you through his boyhood on the Broadway stage, teenage nights in the discos of Hollywood, 20 ye…
Once upon a time, a load of gays and their cishet best friend walk into a bookshop, looking for love.
New Year’s Eve, London.
Kissing a Fool is a queer clown-cabaret musical tribute to George Michael.
Roleplay, costume and fanfiction form an intimate and fundamental spark within a new queer relationship.
A WIP comedy-cabaret show, tracking one woman’s life from the same night every year of her life, from childhood sleepovers to first sexual experiences and her changing relationship…
In an isolated village, a group of teenagers seek to find their place in the world.
A cocksure and impassioned performance.
Heavily influenced by his alter ego Quentin Crisp, seasoned raconteur Robert Inston charts family, career, education and domestic nightmares – aspects of how their lives converge…
Winner of Best Cabaret and Variety Show at Fringe World 2022, Life’s a Drag takes you on a reality-shaking rollercoaster ride of what it really takes to be a queen! Vocal powerhous…
Drag Queen Story Hour: the theatrical experience is here! (Oh no they aren’t?) Oh yes they are! What do you get when you cross fabulously inclusive stories and fabulously dressed d…
There is nothing campier than flying to Transylvania to perform in the Eurovision Song Contest.
***** (On The Mic, podcast) **** (FestMag.
Fresh from a TV appearance two years ago, Joe Sutherland returns with a brand-new PR strategy.
In his debut hour, David Ian attempts a huge feat: to answer the question that many gay men think about their entire lives.
Comedy Queers is a spicy mix of outrageous queer comedians, cabaret and drag acts.
Paradise Palms’ infamous late-night cabaret returns with the usual intoxicated blend of raucous stage antics, cocktails and beautifully behaved rowdiness.
After a decade of performing all over the world, in over 50 countries and countless viral videos, European-Canadian comedy star Daniel-Ryan Spaulding brings his new solo show to th…
Taking verbatim theatre into a new realm, 52 Monologues for Young Transsexuals is interested in how real life becomes performance and vice versa.
A young man spends years in isolation when a stranger bursts into his life.
With such an emotionally heavy title as An Asian Queer Story: Coming Out to Dead People, I was a little worried what to expect from this comedy show.
‘Do I like being gay or should I just get straight conversion therapy?’ is the big, bold question that Mark attempts to answer over the course of 45 minutes.
A young Jehovah’s Witness comes to terms with his sexuality and finds his feet (and high heels.
After The Act (A Section 28 Musical) is an eye-opening performance about Section 28 a series of laws introduced to the UK in the 1980s that prohibited the “promotion of homosexua…
Arriving at his latest theatre, long-standing pantomime dame Harold Thropp finds that he’s been moved to a dilapidated dressing room.
City trader, Olly, still recovering from the death of his boyfriend, Sam, has a chance encounter with homeless teenager Aaron.
Do you know the story of Diana? Probably.
Davina scouts scallies.
Have you ever felt judged for not having the right body shape? Not eating the right foods or going to the gym? Our Photoshopped world is not always kind to our feelings of self-wor…
Where do you go when your role models let you down? Join award-winning comedian and jumped-up pantry boy Sian on a journey through masculinity and gender identity via Salford Lads …
There is wonder here in Edinburgh, and it is being ignored.
Kathy Maniura is ready to be objectified – by which she means pretend to be a bunch of objects live on stage!! In her debut solo show, this award-winning character comedian bring…
The magic and mystery of midsummer combine with things past and present in Sing, River, written and performed by Nathaniel Jones of Love Song Productions at the Pleasance Courtyard…
Whatever you may think Four Felons and a Funeral is going to be when booking the ticket, I can guarantee that it is wildly different than what happens onstage.
Sam Lake wants to be a Daddy.
Acclaimed comedian, daytime TV star and global TikTok sensation, Paul Sinha is at least two of these.
Cassie is a hot mess.
Life is swell, until Corey finds himself by his son’s hospital bed, the victim of a brutal attack.
Mary O’Connell is conflicted: she hates capitalism but she loves to shop.
In his debut hour, Leicester Comedy Festival Best Show nominee and ‘Taiwanese force of nature’ (Chortle.
Staged in George Square’s magical spiegeltent, YUCK puts a feminist spin on traditional circus, packing out the space with shrieks of laughter.
The Disney Delusion is an off-beat stand-up hour from Leif Oleson-Cormack about a less than magical trip to Disneyland, that explores identity, the nature of love and parasocial re…
Sophie Santos…Is Codependent details Santos’ journey through their breakup, narrating the tale combining both comic storytelling and song, embodying conversations with their pe…
Good Morning, Faggi is a vulnerable and hilarious autobiographical musical where a gay actor in his prime tries to understand why he suffered a sudden nervous breakdown.
Berlin, February 1933.
‘Mum, I’m a lesbian.
The Edinburgh Fringe is increasingly awash with solo shows – primarily because of spiralling accommodation costs.
Ginava just can’t seem to get their head straight.
Man meets man.
The horrifying debut from the award-winning poof prince of puppets.
Join Gary Strange in the London sewers as he encounters stories of bad sex, sad sex and clown sex.
Goya Theatre’s new musical Actually, Love manages to find the sweet spot between being softly tender and incredibly rousing, as it pokes fun at and dismantles various rom-com tro…
Uma Gahd, everyone’s favourite unofficial auntie, brings you her one-woman drag comedy.
Blossoming (You Undo Me) is a straightforward one-person musical about a young Chinese man growing into his queerness and yet it weaves several narrative threads and theatrical for…
Journey into the underbelly of queer culture and experience a sweaty pulsing dance theatre show exploring the complexities of desire, intimacy, isolation and addiction.
Becky, whose best (and only) friend is a demon in a Ouija board, takes us to her first high-school party: filled with horror, karaoke, and awkward interactions.
Baklâ: noun, Tagalog.
Navigating growing up gay in a straight world, Looking for fun? explores overcoming gay shame, queer nightlife and dealing with the agony of online gay dating.
As seen on Just For Laughs, Hulu and Apple TV, Cara Connors is an LA-based comedian, actor, writer and multifaceted homosexual with an ass that won’t quit.
Monster vs Hero, TV Camera vs Reporter, Husband vs Husband: their battles and rituals.
Embark on a captivating journey of desire, liberation, and pursuit of queer utopia in a surrealistic tale rooted in reality.
Public looks like it could be the next big musical phenomenon to have passed through the Fringe.
Have you ever had an all-consuming infatuation? Have you ever lied to a crush? Have you ever betrayed your boyfriend for a woman?Junk Monkey’s Olivia Mcleod has.
Chris and Christine are a seasoned seaside double act.
A bold, joyful, goal-scoring exploration of the relationship between football and the queer community.
James Barr and Dan Hudson present the UK’s funniest LGBTQ+ podcast live, with iconic special guests.
Attachment styles, Yiddish drag, Bergson’s theory of time.
Two transgender performers say ‘up yours!’ to the gender binary and invite you to their radical dance party! Under disco lights, over pulsing music, a queer celebration takes place…
A young man, Adam, wakes up one day no longer sure if he’s what he says he is.
Jungle Door invites its audience to indulge in the joyous, disheartening, and hopeful moments over a year shared by ex-lovers Michelle and Louise as they rekindle their friendship.
Comedian, barber, barstool philosopher.
Funny Women finalist and runner-up share the hour in this split bill.
This is a play about birthdays.
Because Grindr hookups never quite go to plan.
One man walks into a public bathroom.
You know that friend that just won’t stop sleeping with their ex? Theatre Paradok presents a new piece all about that ex.
Pop music meets poetry in this new monologue about city lights, queer night life and large seafaring birds.
Perrier Award-winning comedy legend Simon Fanshawe is returning to the Edinburgh Fringe for the first time in decades with the live show based on his book, The Power Of Difference.
Are you just a teenage dirtbag, baby? Wanna watch weird vids and drink morning coffee with me, maybe? This is a show about a queer, autistic, Latinx, caterpillar on the edge.
For centuries philosophers have asked the question, Who am I? But it’s now time to ask, Am I Sam Smith? Through the camp ecstasy of comedy cabaret, Dan Wye, creator of Séayoncé, …
Life is filled with the queerest things, none more so than the machinations of a mind like KC Finn’s.
Two gay men are here to perform for your pleasure.
Theatre Paradok presents a fresh, LGBTQIA+ take on Constellations by Nick Payne.
Worshipped opera singer.
Singer/songwriter, rising star on social media and part-time primary school music teacher, Miss Angela Bra invites you to share in her words of wisdom as an international online su…
Before there was Dracula, there was Carmilla.
A show that provides a jellicle discussion about the jellicle aspects of the jellicle cats in CATS and how you can apply them to your life in order to make it truly jellicle.
Peter Straker has one of the greatest, sweetest voices in British theatre, a unique performer who has starred in original productions of Hair and Tommy.
Love and Piss is both a carnival of rebellion and a celebration of queer identity.
A transgender doctor in early 20th-century America is outed in the newspapers by his best friend.
Real, Mad World is a brilliant piece of new writing following the joys and heartbreaks of trans life.
From award-winning director and acclaimed playwright, Laura J Harris, Bella Donna is an original queer comedy filled with unexpected twists and turns and more than its fair share o…
Split hour of stand-up from rising stars ‘brilliant.
Robert is a poet.
A tale as old as time: boy meets boy, boy loses boy, boy punches hole in universe to get boy back.
Twin orphans The Creepy Boys are throwing their very first birthday party.
In the aftermath of a terrible break-up, Nick takes a job out of town as a private tutor to two young children.
Lockdown phenomenon Gigless goes live! New material from your favourite comedians, as always, presided over by Catherine Bohart, Helen Bauer and Andrew White.
Drag, LGBT, Inclusive, Gay
You‘ve read the books and seen the movies.
Paradise Palms’ infamous buffet of raucous cabaret and queer performance alongside comedy, spoken word and the darn-right ridiculous.
It’s pretty much what it sounds like! Two women using nothing but their imaginations, a skull and a couple of fancy scarves bring a fast-paced, inventive and surprisingly joyful pr…
Clandestina is a queer women, trans and non-binary-led comedy show.
Faces of Glasgow is a scabrous and salacious satire of modern Glaswegian city life and its idiosyncratic inhabitants.
The trailblazing drag extravaganza taking the UK by storm.
Liz Guterbock (2022 Union Jack Radio Ones to Watch, 2021 Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year nominee, 2020 British Comedy Guide Pro Performance Award nominee, 2019 Funny Women A…
Fade In: Heidi sits at her desk writing the blurb for this show.
What happens when you tumble out of the big pink closet and across the LGBTQ+ spectrum in a sprawling queer heap? Well, life is never quite as straight as it seems.
A one-man revenger’s comedy chronicling a forgotten history and a dying art.
Expect sticky lips, foil dinosaurs and a whirligig of love in Audrey’s Art Club.
A queer one-person musical featuring music, ideas and lives classified as ‘degenerate’ by the Nazis as well as original songs.
Young, trendy Spencer leaves home and hits Soho like a whirlwind in a journey of love, laughter, heartbreak and happiness.
About courageous survival, the play tracks the journey of the central character, William, from ten years old to middle age.
Completely sold out in 2014 and 2018.
Blink and You’ll Miss It is the incredible, one-man show from Terry Geo, writer and director of Blink of an Eye.
Hungry for a three-course meal? Join the unholy trinity of drag deities – Persephone Porcelynn, Velvet Caveat and Charlene Collins – for an interactive evening of chaos and deb…
The Edinburgh Fringe may have a porn addiction.
On tour from London’s Bush Hall, The Disgraceful Club is a wild Friday night of comedy hosted by the audacious queen of no shame, critically acclaimed, ‘one of the funniest women i…
Oi! You! Think you know your history? Well you’ve got it all wrong, buster! Let us show you how things really were – Churchill? Abe Lincoln? Guy Fawkes? Boring! Who you really …
‘A dancer of tremendous joy’ **** (Fest, 2014).
‘They said it’s your fault.
I saw a Mario-themed stag do yesterday.
An intimate two-hander about the messy complexities of the contemporary gay dating experience.
Iconic Mexican singer Chavela Vargas – a trailblazer who constantly broke the mold – was edgy in the 1990s and is totally relevant today because her story pushes so many hot to…
International comedian Long Hu has returned from Beijing bringing his vaudeville style comedy with him.
A solo show about a gender identity crisis, in the high-pressure isolation of lockdown.
Look through the smoke.
Calvin is going to revolutionise his life.
The world will end in seven days.
Becoming Austin Nation.
Woman is sat in a therapist’s office.
It’s four years since George Steeves brought his Magic 8 Ball show to Edinburgh, winning the heart and mind of at least this reviewer with such an honest, bold theatrical collage…
The 2018/19 cult, sell-out queer kiki returns! A spicy late-night mix of outrageous queer comedians, cabaret and drag acts.
Forty, single and ready to mingle; join lifelong friends, Annie Sup and Angela Bra, for a drag-infused comedy of musical mirth celebrating friendship and new beginnings on a bar cr…
‘There’s real steel in his comedic bones’ **** (BroadwayBaby.
When Rob was 12, they attempted a full-blown Disney parade in their house for their grandma.
Kate Butch, the Comic Sans of Drag, is back in Edinburgh.
Love queer comedy? Bored of cis male comedians? Don’t worry, the queer women, trans and non-binary stand-up sensation is back with another epically gay show featuring incredible LG…
Imagine if Prince and Mae West were best friends.
Marrow is a love letter to memory and to what makes us: us.
Absurd character comedy.
I HATE NEW YORK is a gay-tastic solo debut from self-professed rage-a-holic, Tom DeTrinis, that offers up a non-stop, hilarious litany of grievances.
Father Lee has left the confines of your TikTok For You Page and is alive and, well.
Game changer of an act Sam Serrano showcases their trademark self-deprecating and dark style in their debut show, Make Me Your Queen.
An hour of raucous queer comedy hosted by award-winning comedians Kate Martin and Daniel Foxx.
Boy, you’re an alien.
A camp play on the Lizzie Borden case, Lottie Plachett Took a Hatchet is a comedy about axe murder, sexual depravity, and the installation of a toilet.
Alternative comedy extravaganza from two bizarre characters! See The Daft Duo as their solo performance personas in this double-bill.
Swept up by the Lionesses’ historic win at the Euros, I booked to see Joseph Parsons: Equaliser.
Girl meets anatomical wax sculptor.
One of the (many) great things about Fringe is that new comics, who don’t yet have an hour’s worth of material, can buddy up to put on a show — Chris Hall and Mark Bittleston…
‘False Prophet’ is the backstory of how an Irish comedian accidentally convinced millions of people across the world into believing that he was a fun, forgiving, and – most imp…
Writer and performer Paul Black brings his theatre show Self-Care Era to the Fringe for the first time.
Following sell-out shows at VAULT Festival, Edinburgh Fringe and Soho Theatre, award-winning storyteller and professional over-sharer Roann Hassani McCloskey returns with another f…
Unfiltered compilation show, where the hecklers are being heckled.
By Tabby Lamb (they/she).
Dan Tiernan is a gay, Mancunian, dinner lady with dyspraxia but he’s also the sweetest little angel that ever lived.
Uptight and unlucky in love, Felix is the ‘mate of honour’ for his best friend’s wedding.
Shelf are a musical comedy double act.
Award-winning actor and cabaret artist, Keith Ramsay, blends live music and and spoken word to deconstruct the concepts of camp and queer mythology for a post-Stonewall generation.
50% Polish, 50% Italian, 100% legend.
The baddest b!tch in the spirit world is back, the legendary Ghost Whisperer Séayoncé! What better way to feel alive again than with a big throbbing res-erection? Ghouls just wan…
Award-winning writer and actor Rob Ward returns to the Fringe with his latest creation The MP, Aunty Mandy & Me.
Join queer cabaret icon Aidan Sadler as they take you on the award-winning journey to Tropicana! Nothing is safe from ridicule so be led on an exploration of body image, heteronorm…
During a bizarre childhood accident, Trevor was drenched head to toe in dragon’s blood.
Never Let Go is a thrilling, hilarious one-man show the New York Times calls ‘a feat of ingenuity’.
As the discourse on trans people becomes more toxic in the UK – comedian, trans woman and nuisance Jen Ives is here to sort it all out, hun.
Blood, Sweat and Vaginas is Paula David’s fantastic journey of self-discovery, sexuality and comedic blunders.
Ayden and Lizard want to be cool, sexually-liberated queers.
Watching No Place Like Home was an experience unlike any other I’ve had so far at the Fringe.
After an uncomfortable fling with an average guy, a woman falls in love in one of the few remaining lesbian bars that haven’t yet been colonised by Pret.
Simon David belongs to the most toxic, self-destructive (and annoying!) demographic there is: the white gay.
Think you’re tough? Funny? Bisexual? Prove it.
‘I love you I love you I love you I love you I love you.
‘Enter into a wacky world of sea monsters in high heels and angry mobs with tiny pitchforks’ (InDaily.
This is the funny and sad story store of one transgender woman’s journey through America from both sides of the gender line.
Playwright/director James Ley first gained some attention as a co-producer and writer of Leith-based The Village Pub Theatre, which provided performing space to a fresh band of act…
Join rising star and ‘very funny’ (Guardian) Chloe Petts, as she presents her debut show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
An investigation into Welsh and queer identity or a show for anyone with a complex relationship to home.
An autobiographical musical adventure that promises mischief and mash-ups, dresses and divas, and a whole lot of heart.
A graduate of London’s National Centre for Circus Arts, Sadiq Ali brings humour, sensuality, and skill to this tale of boy meets boy, boy gets into the club scene and chemsex, bo…
Dealing with grief is something that is very difficult because it’s so personal and particular to the individual.
Fresh from their universally adored BBC Three pilot, Charly Clive and Ellen Robertson make their long-awaited return to the Fringe with a sketch show about love.
A feel-good love story.
We’ve all been there.
My Amigo Giovanni is a real-life story that addresses the friendship, love, and queer brotherhood between Elliot and Giovanni.
For the third event in this series hosted collaboratively by Raze Collective and Something to Aim For, four more incredible artists have been commissioned to go digital – George-…
A stolen backpack, a break-up and a global pandemic – Austria’s most famous (and only) lesbian is ready to become British.
‘My name is mandla.
Immaculate is based on a true story about Louise Mathews, an artist struggling to piece together the life of her uncle Anthony who tragically died in London in the early 90s and wh…
Box and Cox, a celebrated 19th-century farce by Maddison Morton, puts centre stage the efforts of scheming landlady, Mrs Bouncer, to double her money by renting the same room to tw…
Originally a gothic-horror novella (written in 1872!), this stage adaptation has been passionately crafted by playwright, author and director, Laura J Harris to be premiered at Edi…
Make cabaret queer again! Bursting onto the London scene, Tropicana is the future of queer comedy cabaret.
Colleague: Pronunciation: /’koli:g/.
Award-winning stand-up and nice young man Sam Lake presents an hour of stand-up talking about his #GOALS, and how he copes with succeeding and (more often) failing at them.
Jonathan Smeed is making his Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut in Run by Stephen Laughton at Lauriston Halls, courtesy of No Frills Theatre Company.
Queen Jesus Productions presents A Space to Bless, live from St Mary’s Cathedral – a radical queer space for contemplation, connection and meditation.
Super Scott returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with his own style of comedy juggling and escapology. Maybe a bit of magic. Expect the unexpected!
A dazzling multimedia extravaganza depicting the story of mysterious drag queen, Orlando, who inspires people to start fighting against oppression by telling the story of historica…
A referential piece of immersive digital theatre set in a flat that’s been possessed – Poltergeist style – by the ghost of pop-cultural masculinities.
Femme Ta Bouche: a gender-bending cabaret star with cancer, cooped up in rural Arkansas, wants to make a statement.
Bogha-frois: Queer Voices in Folk (Scottish Gaelic for Rainbow) is a community of queer folk musicians based in Scotland and beyond.
‘I wish Justine would leave me alone, so I could imagine being with her.
A time-travel ride through the evolution of sexes, celebrating our diverse gender identities and sexualities.
‘The only thing for you now is to find a good wife.
Billed as ‘the future of queer comedy cabaret’ Tropicana is Aidan Sadler’s 80’s solo show of classic queer hits at the suitably late hour of 23:15 at theSpaceTriplex.
Why! Why did she do it? Amy Williams thought taking a class in making online videos would be fun.
Making her headline Edinburgh Fringe debut, Alice Rabbit – Mother of the Hoose of Rabbit, reigning queen of Edinburgh’s regular Tuesday night explosion, The Rabbit Hole and all-r…
A hypnotic dreamscape.
Join local tour guide Hannah Mackay Tait for a 3-hour walk through Scottish LGBTQ+ history.
It’s Ahmad and Steve, not Adam and Eve! Something that is haram is forbidden in Islam.
An LGBTQ love story.
Hilarious and heartfelt story about a Russian immigrant named Natasha who moves with her son to NYC in the hopes of becoming a Real Housewife and cabaret star.
Let’s get fabulous! An interactive and inclusive storytime like no other storytime you will ever be involved with! Are you sitting comfortably? Why? Get on your feet and let’s read…
Scotland’s LGBT choir returns to the Fringe in support of Waverley Care, Scotland’s HIV and Hepatitis C charity.
When exes Claire and Niamh bump into each other for the first time in years while out with their current partners, they have no idea just what they’ve gotten themselves into.
Orlando, an attractive, swashbuckling, time-travelling nobleman, favourite of Queen Elizabeth and lover of Princess Sasha, lives over 500 years.
Tristan’s grandfather is dead, Molly and Katie are hiding something, Laura is off the rails.
This version of Cyrano relocates the infamous nose from 17th-century France to the battlefields of the First World War.
Like Disney? Like c*ck? Then you’ll love Happily Ever Poofter! Following a smash-hit UK and international tour, the untold story of a gay fairytale prince – 2019’s hottest musi…
Diana Diamonte inspires her four boys to explore something we’re all interested in: bodies.
A gay man, a straight man and a massage table… Happy Ending introduces you to a simple, perfectly professional massage therapist who goes about his day job never knowing who his …
Inspired by the ballet Coppelia, with music adapted from Delibes.
Two fit guys discover they can earn big bucks from tickling.
This show is a musical comedy with adult themes and scantily clad men! It contains steam and lots of bubbles! Billy is a young man, looking for love.
A vicious hate crime plunges a gay dancer into a fever dream battle between life and death.
A fabulous selection of outrageous queer performers from across the Fringe.
‘Giantess is a heartfelt and hilarious triumph.
As the only dyke in the dance class, Amy finds new moves for a more radical notion of femininity.
Part drag, part interactive cabaret, this 180-minute theatrical experience, created by Civil Disobedience, explores queer culture, growing up gay in the 1990s and the bystander eff…
Barry is a devised verbatim piece about Dr James Barry.
There’s no such thing as a free lunch but there is a free, quality comedy show at lunchtime! After an immensely successful podcast and competition season, Sheppard and Olsina could…
‘The streets run red.
Das Stuck’s The Mannequin is a contemporary Edda of intertwining tales: bohemians enwrapped in the fashion industry whilst isolated in the LGBTQ+ community.
Nick is 14 years old.
Gay and straight worlds collide, as unlikely friends James Barr (Gay) and Dan Hudson (NonGay) plus special guests bring their award-winning comedy podcast to Edinburgh! Expect audi…
How many years does it take to unspool a man? An odd king sails the waves of the wine dark sea in a bathtub.
Trans Pennine is a funny, fast-paced and emotional play about family disagreements, gender-identity, and caravan holidays.
Joseph Parsons (as seen on Channel 4) presents his uplifting, sell-out show, Baggy Point.
Two girls take on the world of app store dating.
Gays everywhere! Since Spring Awakening in 1890, the stage and screen has depicted schools as hotbeds of gay romance, passion, sex and joy – but also bullying, blackmail, trauma …
The Heresy Machine, by Seth Majnoon, claims to be about Alan Turing.
Frank’s son Alex is facing a mental health crisis, and Frank hasn’t a clue what to do about it or how to get Alex to talk about it.
David is a man of a certain age in an uncertain age.
Making a show with your ex must be awkward, right? Maybe.
Activising For Change are an Edinburgh-based theatre group and the brains behind 2018’s emotive performance of 147Hz Can’t Pass, an intimate window into the experiences of livi…
Harry and Ella walk into a bar.
A show about a Sue Perkins stan who has a life-size cardboard cut-out of the former Great British Bake Off presenter and an unwavering belief that she “will be glad to have someb…
Yes, that’s right reader: it’s me.
This show invites you to come and sit or stand together with others, co-creating a safe and inclusive space for us all to relax in.
Join Dian Cathal, an immigrant of country and gender, in an attempt to prove their hypothesis: that Trans jokes can be funny.
Scotland’s LGBT choir Loud and Proud is back at the Fringe in support of Waverley Care, Scotland’s HIV and Hepatitis C charity.
Any piece of art that tackles a complicated subject like mental health is worthwhile.
A musical song cycle with a blues, jazz and rock score inspired by the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt.
The circus has come to town, a circus that is quite unlike any other.
UnBEARable is a camp, comedic romp through those irritants in life, modern dating and the joys of living life freely.
BSC Theatre joyously celebrate diversity and minority identities through this tender and thought-provoking glimpse into life on the outside.
The stand-up poet, reluctant bear and attempted vegan strips.
For the romantic, the cynic, and the sick of heart – Love/Sick is a play about the kind of love you won’t find in fairy tales.
Tired of Tinder? Had it with Hornet? Ghosted on Grindr? You are not alone – come to this combined cabaret, comedy and bingo show.
Another Fringe day, another single figure on a stage dissecting a “big issue of today”.
Can one woman single-handedly smash the hetero-patriarchy? Well, maybe with a little help from the audience.
Join prizewinning comedy drag queen Georgia Tasda as she battles to save her failing witchcraft academy from impending closure.
Nana Schewitz, the fully circumcised yet not-so-kosher Jewish star, presents a celebration of her life followed by a highly anticipated sacrificial death ritual.
An action-packed hour combining elements of storytelling, clown and cabaret, themed around coming-of-age sexual awakenings and queer adolescence.
Martin Dixon and Gareth Edward are hot and bothered! Join these grumpy gays for some late-night queer comedy as they wax lyrical about the body beautiful, getting older and the dil…
I’m back with a new show delving into all the things I hate about myself, in under an hour! From my ‘gay voice’ to my fat arse; I’m learning how scary it can be to love you…
‘But the terror wasn’t about what I was being accused of, the terror was what I could get done for.
International slut and mouthy, old, ethnic poof, Turan Ali tells outrageously funny true gay stories from around the queer world, some heard on Radio 4.
As the caffeine levels increase and you approach the final week of the Festival Fringe, it is a fair observation to make that your shock tolerance increases.
Kerry has broken the habit of a lifetime – pleasing people.
It would seem a contradiction in terms that an autobiographical show about one man’s experience with HIV, cancer and mental health issues could have an audience laughing quite so…
Tiff Milner (writer/director) presents a well-researched retelling of a lesbian herstory, set in twentieth century Paris, at the eponymous the lesbian bar Le Monocle.
Noises Off meets Antigone with a lot of great dick jokes thrown in for good measure! Bitch, Antigone from Australia’s Out Cast Theatre and writer Steven Dawson, is a hilarious go…
The Edinburgh Fringe programme’s standard listing format provides a simple yet clear message about Thief at the Hill Street Theatre.
Ten strangers visit the same park bench on the same day.
Global sensation Gingzilla – the award-winning, bearded belle of the Fringe’s most debaucherous ball – and the utterly iconic Late Night Lip Service are back! Featuring heart…
It is often a challenge to take a piece of original writing that has already achieved success at the Fringe and do something new with it.
Here's a new twist on the cabaret variety show: one woman performs the whole variety.
I can guarantee that you aren’t ready for For Only An Hour, the brain- and body- and life- and love- child of dancer Phil Sanger.
In Traumboy, his one-man show about his experiences as a gay male prostitute, Daniel Hellmann emerges as a performer that is as eloquent with his voice as he is with his body.
Inspired by true events: a passionate Sue Perkins Superfan, sent to a therapist to deal with her drinking, relays her adventures pursuing Sue.
Join the ultimate mistress of mayhem, JoJo Bellini, as she takes you from the salacious to the sublime.
She’ll batter your haggis and tickle your pickle! Scotland’s best drag queen serves up some deep-fried fierceness in this riotous new show.
When he is attacked on the street, drag performer Anthony, aka Theresa Mayhem, has a choice to make; does he repress the trauma and become a reality TV star? Or listen to his best …
Whether you love opera or not, try it.
There are 36 shows at the Fringe by trans performers, according to the TransFringe hashtag on Twitter, and Edalia Day’s Too Pretty to Punch might be the only one that’s both ce…
Are you aware of the devastation that is possible by just one negative thought.
Hannah Raymond-Cox brings an intricate mix of storytelling and poetry to take us on a tour of her life – growing up in three different countries, being queer, and all the complex…
Following a sold out run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018, Curious Pheasant Theatre present Romeo and Juliet.
Tilda Swinton (pronounced Swin-tone): human actress, alien from Jupiter or mystical spirit guide? Perhaps we’ll never know – this show certainly does little to provide us with …
Hold onto your cocktails.
After a swift rise to fame with her Nobel-nominated book Diary of a Drag Queen, DENIM’s Crystal is back.
Rarely is a title so apt.
Writer and performer Mika Johnson delivers a powerful, poignant and relatable queer narrative, which voices the story of a masculine-identifying lesbian, navigating life and love t…
Sketch You Up! bills itself as “Catherine Tate meets Little Britain”, and mostly manages to replicate the character-driven performances that made Tate, Walliams and Lucas house…
A show for anyone with a complex relationship to home.
The 2018 sell-out show returns.
Will Jackson is in a bit of a pickle.
As a reviewer, there are several situations that I normally hope to avoid while covering the Fringe: it may surprise you, given that essentially I’m here to force my opinion on you…
The legendary Ghost Whisperer Séayoncé is lubed up to mystic it to you in this dragtastic séance! Enter the depths of the spirit world to see how far Séayoncé will go to get w…
Sun, sea and stand-up.
Got a burning problem? Got an itching question? Time to visit the clinic.
Kayla MacQuarrie is Traumatised.
Justin Matson discovered all the secrets in life so you don’t have to! Los Angeles based comedian and self-help guru Matson returns to Edinburgh with a new one-hour motivational se…
With upbeat optimism Andrew brings his second solo show to the Fringe.
James Barr is single.
Funny Women finalist, Broadchurch actor and Most Promising Junior 1998* Becky, accidentally got gay married and now the biological clock is ticking.
Meet Sam Morrison: a 24-year old American comedian with a theatrical flair and a penchant for daddies.
I have a slight confession of bias.
Tonight’s the night.
Former “straight” and rising NYC star Keenan Steiner (NY Comedy Festival) makes his Fringe debut with a high-octane hour on the hilarity of coming out late and living life gay.
Dear reader, you may know me from such tragedies as Dead Dad (Radio 4’s Good Grief) and Dead Friend (BBC Three’s Happy Man) but this year I’m dead chuffed to perform comedy about s…
Laura Monmoth returns to the Fringe with an hour of charming – yet quite frankly silly – multimedia nonsense.
Known better for his kink-based comedy, John Pendal returns this year to the Fringe with a different angle to a similar style he employs, one that combines his witty sexual quips w…
No one ever said that life was easy, but it’s what you make of it which defines who you are.
Collapsible follows the story of Essie, who at the outset feels like she’s crumbling.
New Yorker Zach Zimmerman packs a breath-taking number of laughs into his 50-minute slot; delivering a narrative about the relationship with his mother at a speed that leaves no ti…
Bi-Cycle is the low-cardio, sweat-drenched sexual awakening you never knew you needed.
This raucous monologue from Sadie Clark gives us a tale of dating and identity from the bleeding edge of the 21st century.
Edinburgh Fringe – and let’s be honest, the comedy world in general – is saturated with male comedians.
Fiona Goodwin has written and performed this piece as the ultimate coming out story.
Part-biographical, part-political, part-musical, part-magical.
Last spotted leaving BBC’s River City in a limo with Claire from Steps – Gary is back at the Fringe following smash-hit runs in 2016/17.
There’s a delightful pantomime-esque quality to Alfie Ordinary, who welcomes us into his world for this hour of song, dance, puppetry and even a spot of gymnastics.
A gay themed Friends for the Grindr generation, Fudge, playing now at the Gilded Ballroom Patter House, is a funny slice of gay life play.
‘What you are about to witness, theydies and gentlethem, is a cabaret of truths.
While watching Piano_Play it is easy to be taken in by the illusion which the show sets up.
Low-brow, high-camp sketch comedy duo MOTHER make their Fringe debut with an unapologetically hilarious hour of trashy treasure.
Traumgirl explores the myths and stereotypes around sex work, laying bare the women behind the industry in a bold narrative which will change the preconceptions of anyone who didn�…
Chloe makes jokes about the patriarchy and working for Labour; you might have seen her in The LOL Word.
Queer NYC comedian Zach Zimmerman (The Second City, The New Yorker) attacks conservative Christian parents, contemporary gay culture, and hunts for a husband in this provocative an…
Not All Men wash their hands after going to the toilet, not all men brush their teeth twice daily.
Can the liberation of one award-winning self-harming poet-dietitian be connected to all liberation? A powerful look at one woman’s story of living through a traumatised body in the…
Miremba, a Ugandan woman forced to leave her girlfriend and marry.
Returning after last year’s critically acclaimed debut, a hard-hitting look at food, body respect and professional complicity in a post-truth world.
Things Live! A variety cabaret of Dragtime’s most unusual and magical drag performances yet.
Edinburgh-raised drag queen Ripley makes his Fringe debut this year with Like A Sturgeon.
Springing up from the wreckage of his famous car (a Spider), James Dean talks honestly, candidly and sometimes with discomfort about his life.
Britain’s most popular magicians and amateur bounty hunters, Joe and Ryan, perform an hour of classical music and salsa dance, with Claire Sweeney on banjo.
Part of the Fringe Central Events Programme for Fringe participants.
Scotland’s LGBT choir, Loud and Proud, is back in support of Waverley Care, Scotland’s HIV and Hepatitis C charity.
Prepare for the gay and straight worlds to come together, as unlikely friends James Barr and Dan Hudson bring their hugely successful podcast to Edinburgh – live! James will expl…
Before Chris’s wife died, she made him promise to be himself.
Sports and sex.
Three performers on stage present an intriguing blend of poetry and dance.
147Hz Can’t Pass is the culmination of lived experience.
Trans Pennine is a funny, fast-paced, and emotional play about family disagreements, gender-identity, and caravan holidays.
A request for sex talk in German, a crippling back injury and coming out to her religious grandmother.
Inspired by a true events, a young black woman rises to power in the Hollywood entertainment industry while suffering through an illness.
Join British-Chinese provocateur artist Le Fil in a pop gig with extras as he, she or it explores a 24/7 world of gay-straight men, bad romances and the modern constructions of gen…
Life is like jelly – easy to make, but a bit messy without a mould.
It’s a tough gig getting by in today’s cut-throat economy, but help is at hand! Join prize-winning comedy drag queen Georgia Tasda for a business masterclass, as she reveals th…
Like comedy and queer women? Then you’ll love this mixed bill of stand-up stars who are rising through the comedy ranks faster than you can say Ellen Degeneres.
Ferocious queens and fierce divas of the world, rejoice! Gingzilla, the giant, ginger, award-winning Glamonster, returns to host Late Night Lip Service, featuring the Fringe’s wild…
Dana’s 39, happy, comfortable.
In a fantastical world where weather is rigidly controlled by the Shipping Forecast, an individual weather pattern dares to question their assigned role.
Gender of Attraction is a heartfelt romantic comedy that puts a spotlight on trans relationships.
Red and Boiling is an entertaining cabaret-style show with some serious undertones.
Are you ready for the ultimate Fringe party? Drag acts face off against comedians with hilarious and over-the-top performances that will leave you positively shook and gagging for …
Welcome to our open-hearted open mic, where you can enjoy features from fantastic spoken word artists and different special guests daily, with a sumptuous cabaret vibe.
Improviser Mara Joy (TBC Improv, The Spontaneous Players) is joined by a different special guest every day to create an entirely unique two-person show based off one word from the …
Rik is a bit of an oddball.
Somewhere between who he is, who he thinks he is, who he wants to be, who he wishes he wasn’t and who he suspects people want him to think he is… you’ll find the child in adu…
Tormented souls, evil villains, cliched employees, best friends and invisible men – enjoy a humorous look at the evolution of gay male characters on stage and screen in the past …
Curious Pheasant Theatre reinvents the Bard’s most famous tale of ‘star-cross’d’ lovers in a bare-bones, twisted production that will have purists running for shelter and a…
A raucous late night show offering a fabulous selection of the most outrageous queer performers from across the Fringe.
Melbourne’s Out Cast Theatre company, using ‘bits of Mr Oscar Wilde’, as stated on the flyer, return a sort-of version of The Importance of Being Earnest to the Edinburgh Fri…
Four friends reunite after five years to commemorate the death of their friend, which broke them apart.
Brought to you by Civil Disobedience and that actor trapped inside the fur suit in Roddy Bottum’s Sasquatch: The Opera, Jet of Blood is the documadrama/ballet/opera/performance art…
Rosalind’s favorite book is As You Like It.
From the humid and dark recesses of Greenside Infirmary Street, a particularly fabulous member of the aristocracy takes us through a rollicking and camp-filled history of homosexua…
It is the mid-90s, the dot-com millionaires are kings.
‘How about we go back to mine and baba ganoush?’ Meet Al.
Jasper Red invites you to a special healing session.
Two little words and suddenly your whole world changes.
Hope Theatre Company bring us this brutal and beautiful production exploring sexuality through the lens of two boxers.
They say a loose pair of lips could sink a ship, but you’ve gotta talk truth to give reality a flip.
Opera and lycra-loving cabaret sensation, Le Gateau Chocolat storms into the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with the captivating international smash-hit, Icons.
Uniquely individual impressionist roasts current and past celebrities and politicians using their own words cleverly underscored with music and sound effects.
Adorably awkward with a twist of gay, Los Angeles-based comedian Justin Matson has been kicked off of three rollercoasters for being too fat.
Bringing his first solo show to the Fringe with a combination of storytelling, songs and surreal improvisations, Andrew Sim intends to liberate you from overthinking and explore th…
As you enter the cavernous, tunnel-like venue, the scene is set with cool music playing, whilst the stage is strewn with various artistic accoutrements: an easel, paints, brushes a…
After a sell-out global pop tour that came to an earth-shattering finale in Edinburgh last year – Denim broke up.
Perhaps it is because of the multi-show venue, or just the financial realities of bringing any production to the Edinburgh Fringe nowadays, but Peter Darney’s production of Charl…
When you step into the venue for Dandy Darkly’s All Aboard, you don’t expect much.
Wonderfully unexpected opportunities can occur at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe; even more so at the 'Free' variety.
A one-woman cabaret about history’s greatest female spies.
Sex, drugs, and tea make the world go round for four young flatmates.
Drag Superstar, Jonny Woo and Olivier Award-winning composer, Richard Thomas (Jerry Springer The Opera) bring you this sequin-spangled musical ripped straight from the headlines.
International superstar Hans, the boy wonder of Berlin, serves up an all-singing, all-tap dancing, accordion-pumping, glittering blitzkrieg of cabaret backed by his three…
Self identity, depression, sexual awakenings and The Smiths are all topics central to writer/director Ben SantaMaria’s incredibly touching and heartfelt play about growing up gay…
Ella Jean is no stranger to fear.
Fun to be Around is an authentic, no-holds-barred narrative about triumphing over psychosis.
Paul Patin is a French actor/singer/dancer who has performed around the world with international companies for more than 10 years.
Christian Adore and Eaton Messe are a drag double act who tell the story of their fiery relationship through dazzling songs, sketch and raps based on audience suggestions.
Singing her own parodies of popular songs at her furry pink piano, drag performer Marcia D’Arc brings you crude comedy and witty rhymes enshrined in a shroud of sequins, glitter …
Being – what is it to be a me.
More perverted, more depressed, more jokes.
Max and Anna filmed themselves writing silly sketches for a year to make sure they didn’t miss a trick.
After their multi award-winning debut at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe, the hot gays are back.
Following four sell-out Fringe runs and marking 30 years of Section 28, the Iron Lady returns in her original 80s drag cabaret extravaganza! On the eve of a crucial vote, Maggie ge…
Cazeleon, the self-proclaimed ‘cabaret chameleon’ – resplendent in monochrome make-up and a jaunty red, wide-brimmed hat - opens her show with a pitch perfect rendition of �…
Holly & Ted’s Polaris opens with a slow explanation of the characters the two actors will be playing, frustratingly broken up by the use of a tablet to control an impressive …
We in the L.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if figures from Greek myth were around today? Well, Zoo Co Theatre Company have got you covered.
Following the success of Even God Knew I was Gay, Jilberto Soto presents Butterfly.
A bold and convention-bashing introspection on the impact of HIV, through the medium of two young gay men.
Marmite: it’s the breakfast spread that we apparently love or hate, and the word has – in that way the English language often does – subsequently evolved far wider metaphoric…
Some shows are a must-see simply because of the title, and Tilda Swinton Answers An Ad On Craigslist is about the best title for a play I’ve encountered in several years of revie…
How do you find a new ‘once upon a time’ after the ‘happy ever after’ never turned up? Victoria is on a quest to discover how you make a new life when you can’t have the …
Low self-esteem doesn’t grow on trees, but it can grow funny fruit.
A Generous Lover is La JohnJoseph’s heartfelt account of caring for a bipolar partner.
‘People are more fixated on flesh than ever before in history’ (Ann, 97).
Storyteller and stand-up comedian John Pendal explores his family tree and discovers mutinies in the 1800s, arson in the 1900s and autism in the 2000s.
Michele Durante has been leaving them laughing in the aisles from coast to coast! She’s cutting-edge, tackling subjects such as her own sexuality and her time as one of New York’s…
Forty something years into a lifetime of looking great but feeling fake, Cally Beaton is ready to come out about her double life in her hilarious brand-new stand-up show, Super Cal…
Australian drag superstar Courtney Act (RuPaul’s Drag Race, Australian Idol) takes you over the rainbow and down under in her new show.
Before Chris’s wife died, after over 30 years of marriage, she made him promise to be himself.
Can you hear the silent scream in the song of the cabaret? This gripping new drama exposes the twists and turns of a family ripped apart by secrecy and prejudice.
Welcomed back to Edinburgh after its rave performances last year, Scorch is new writing for one performer.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the most mediocre of all? In his 2016 debut show, Gavin shared the story of his struggle to accept the reality of his own mediocrity.
The Actor’s Centre Theatre Company, Jersey, make their Edinburgh Festival premiere with Evan Placey’s critically acclaimed play.
Laura Monmoth had a problem.
For a one-off performance, Andrew Sim brings his first solo stand-up show to the Fringe! Dealing with topics such as prejudice, repressed sexuality and suicide, it’s bound to be …
Here she comes! London’s breakthrough comedy drag act arrives in Edinburgh with a brand-new show! Join Georgia Tasda for a brew as she spills the T.
Two men meet in a club.
Hard-hitting and hope-stirring home truths in a performance tour de force from ‘the literary lovechild of Allen Ginsberg and Jeanette Winterson’ (BroadwayBaby.
Using drag to explore Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, 3BUGS and UoB LGBTQ present a night not to forget – get your stockings ready! Ladies, gentlemen and everyone in-between – w…
From a shared sovereign and a shaky colonial past, to endless daytime reruns of Neighbours and Home and Away on channel 5, plus cricket, Kylie and Rupert Murdoch; Australian export…
A dark comedy about a fag and his hag.
This outrageously talented 23-year-old Irishman shot to Fringe fame last year with an Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination and bookings on McIntyre’s Big Show, Live at the Apollo and …
Helpmann award winner Michael Griffiths is Annie Lennox.
Nollywood meets Hyacinth Bouquet via the fictional pan-African nation of Kengeria.
Legendary cabaret artists and arch dissectors of gender norms, Dive Queer Party are celebrating 70 years of the Edinburgh festivals (and 50 years since the decriminalisation of hom…
Weird comedy soul mates* Elf and Ryan perform their debut show.
Fitted out in an elegant tuxedo, in an echo of Marlene Dietrich’s revolutionary turn in 1930’s Morocco, Kate O’Donnell is every inch the smooth Old Hollywood dame.
Rising comedy star Sarah Keyworth, a Funny Women finalist 2015 and tour support for Stewart Francis and Kerry Godliman, examines what it means to be a child raised believing you co…
Super Scott returns to the Fringe with his own unique blend of comedy, juggling, magic and more. Expect the unexpected! (Recommended by his mother).
It was an inauspicious beginning for Martin J Dixon’s new stand-up show, with only 11 audience members, some of whom were loud and rowdy throughout the show.
Unhinged physical comedy from Rob Cawsey on dating, sex and trying to find love.
It’s impossible to miss the irony in the name of the production company behind Priscilla: Queen of the Desert – Car Crash Productions.
One of the good things about the Fringe is that the small scale of most of its venues lead to a sort of intimacy in performance that you get almost nowhere else.
Join the Comic Sans of Drag, Kate Butch, for an hour of comedy, songs and games.
In an upmarket hotel room, two men – one a disgraced politician, the other an ex-rent boy – meet to rekindle old loves and re-open old wounds in this darkly comedic character s…
What happens when you’re in London alone at Christmas for years on end? PBH Free Fringe’s Polaris explores one woman’s search for community in the face of chaos through spoken …
According to Baptist ministers in America, transpeople are going to Hell – a fact that Nicci is fine with, since apparently the Devil wears Prada.
Mae Martin (BBC Radio 4’s Mae Martin’s Guide to 21st Century Sexuality, Russell Howard’s Good News) and Australian comic Nick Coyle (Guided Meditation) improvise a variety show bas…
Gav is a bear – not the grizzly type or the type you’d buy in a toyshop, but the overweight, hairy gay type.
Everybody has a dirty little secret.
Sam is in a coma.
In A Different Way Home we hear from two estranged members of the same family as they share their sides of a complex family story with us – chiefly how they manage grief after lo…
There are downsides to most jobs and many come with dangers, hidden or otherwise, but there are usually compensatory factors as well.
Certain thoughts are inevitable when you hear the title Hans: Mein Camp, and the chances are they will probably be accurate.
If I were to condense this review into a single word, it would unfortunately have to be the title.
Today’s class is about love, heartbreak and The Little Mermaid.
This show is so much more than a tale of two gays: it is a tale of success.
Sailor thrives in the bars, dives and flophouses of the most squalid ports.
Prestonian is a solo stand-up show by Saskia Preston.
In a big, busy city there’s loads of space.
Aaron Twitchen combines aerial circus performance with stand-up comedy.
Despite Hope Theatre Company’s name, this production did not leave me very hopeful about the issue it was raising – that of discrimination against LGBT people in sport.
Homo Disco is a disco dance party for all who want to act a fool to camp classics. Dance into the early hours with drag queens and more. Get your tickets fast.
Malcolm Hardee Award-winning, gay, autistic comedian adopts a new stance.
Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro’s play reimagines La Ronde in today’s gay scene.
Last year, 201 Dance Company shattered the stereotypes associated with hip-hop dance with the critically acclaimed Smother.
The Sugarhill Gang’s Rapper’s Delight prompts an evening of light-hearted, harmless, 80s-inspired fun.
Weed lube, throuple therapy and one life-altering text message.
John’s beautifully candid 2016 show, International Man of Leather, won the hearts of audiences and critics alike and went on to tour the world.
Many an article’s been written on how the gay scene appears dominated by drugs and sex.
A one-man show about fish, forgetting and the fear of dying single.
Liver and Lung Productions have created something extraordinary in Submission, a new play about the conflict between religion and sexuality.
Starving Artists are back with a compelling show about homosexuality in which Mark Pinkosh shares how being gay has affected his life.
It’s time to paint the rainbow and unleash the world’s first one-man gay rom-com cabaret! Hilarious and heartfelt songs meet physical comedy and candid storytelling in one man’s fi…
After eight years on BBC’s River City, Gary’s leaving his role as hairdresser Robbie behind.
Due to popular demand, the ‘Britpop Rocky Horror’ returns for a second year! Following an epic premiere at Brighton Fringe 2016, and a nationwide tour including a full show at …
‘Who Do You Think You Are? Barbara Brownskirt’ is a darkly funny, pathos-fuelled show inspired by the TV show of similar name by writer and performance artist Karen McLeod.
Courtney Act, takes you over the rainbow and down under in her new show: The Girl from OZ! Chock full of hits and high notes, you will leave this show realizing there’s no place li…
Bosnian-Dutch artist Igor Vrebac draws inspiration from Instagram after-workout selfies, Turkish wrestling and the idea of bromance in his new physical performance ‘Macho Macho’ to…
Stand-up comedy from Manchester-born comedian, Russell Arathoon.
One parent refuses to talk about sex.
Kids these days! No one knows what they’re up to.
The world’s going to hell in a handcart, with climate change, extremism and cliches like ‘going to hell in a handcart’.
A joyous and empowering hour of cabaret, burlesque, and labels that just don’t stick.
Solo musical cabaret exploring genderqueer identity with songs and drag.
Join us for some drag king cabaret by the seaside as we celebrate the bois from previous King of the Fringe competitions.
I guess you planned to have fun on your spring break.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the most mediocre of them all?
In his 2016 debut show, Gavin shared the story of his struggle to accept the reality of his own mediocrity.
If the clients play nice, male escorting can be a pretty sweet gig.
Forget lovable rogues and artful dodgers, this uncomfortable monologue tells the true story of a London awash with criminal gangs in the interwar years.
A Taiwanese gay boy who fled from his tiger mum, trained as an accountant in London, but escaped to “find himself” in Berlin, ended up performing stand-up comedy in English, in Ger…
Three remarkable short plays about modern male homosexuality: a farce about stereotypes and unrequited love; a drama about a date going very wrong; a transcontinental love story ab…
Mark Cram has had enough.
Sigmund and Christian meet, and slot together like puzzle pieces.
If you thought a night with the Rainbow Chorus couldn’t get any better, then get ready for a departure from our usual concerts as we roll out an evening of songs from the familiar,…
You don’t have to be perfect.
Massaoke is the club night sensation where the crowd is the star of the show.
We are presented with two bodies: a loud Jamaican dance hall music and disco lights.
Dutch comedian Johan Goossens is looking for love in all the wrong places.
After the roaring success of JoJo Bellini’s ‘Kitchen Cabaret’ at Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe in 2016, the salacious songstress brings to Brighton a brand-new, and much naug…
Before John became a comedian he spent ten years as an amateur escape artist.
Award-winning musician Paul Diello invites you to his gender-blending celebration of iconic women in music.
Slam is a raucous celebration of sex in all it’s
glorious, awkward and heart-warming forms.
For the last five years, Tommy has been trying to recover from an addiction that people struggle to class as an addiction.
In this lushly hilarious show, noir superstar Joe Black conjures up the atmosphere of the Eldorado; the Berlin nightclub that served as a regular haunt for gay men and women before…
Claire does not contain the following ingredients: slugs, snails, puppy dog tails, sugar, spice or things (nice).
It shouldn’t take long for you to notice that despite his name, Alfie Ordinary is as far from the boy next door as you’re likely to get.
Ladies Marmalade is a show with 3 unusual and hilarious women who will make you taste different flavours of comedy .
A ‘Shirley Valentine’ tale for the 21st century with songs from the Rat Pack repertoire, ‘Sway’, ‘Let’s Fall in Love’ and ‘I’ve Got You Under My Skin’.
Will and Heidi are two thoughtful, principled stand-ups who will do anything to get a laugh, including dropping all principles.
From being raised as a Scientologist in the ‘burbs of New Zealand, to the peculiar and pensive realities of sexuality, Reading Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2015 winner, Ja…
Over 200 years of history from a lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer perspective including Regency Dandies, 1950s lesbian and gay life and political activism.
Forty something years into a lifetime of looking great but feeling fake, Cally Beaton is ready to come out about her double life in her hilarious brand new show, Super Cally Fragil…
Introduced in last year’s Brighton Fringe, Rory and Simon are back, still struggling with the age-old problem of family communications.
After 3 sold-out seasons, the Disco Lovers return to their now-legendary late night slots at the awesome Spiegeltent.
My first venture to the Marlborough could not have been more welcoming.
‘Hot Mess’ is a very serious sketch comedy duo consisting of Anna Piper (Funny Women’s One to Watch 2016) and Max Levine (Radio 4 Newsjack, Cambridge Footlights).
“The man I love.
Rural Ranga, the Australian artist who created an art book from his happy ending massages in New York City, brings you an informative, interactive and playful masterclass of origin…
They move among you unseen.
A young man says he’s just looking for a place to stay, but he’s got sex, violence and revenge on his mind.
Benjamin and William are waiting, but as time progresses, so do their differences of opinion, from ‘Doctor Who’ to Brighton seagulls.
In case you were wondering.
Inspiring solo play about Eglantyne Jebb, a courageous, passionate, Edwardian human rights activist.
Inspired by the age-old legend ‘The Faerie Boy of Leith’, ‘Fallen Angel’ is a disturbing new supernatural thriller.
We’re All Mad in Here follows the story of Alasdair Carroll, a young gay man living in Edinburgh who comes across an elusive drag club called Curious Appetites.
Punch, Fleur, Dog and Sid.
‘The LipSinkers are a drag troupe who mime to pop songs.
Sometime in between Jak Soroka cracking eggs on her naked body and Sam Reynolds dry humping someone in the audience, you realise nights at Dive’s C U Next Tuesday cabaret can get…
The scissor-wielding star of BBC’s River City and Scotland’s favourite sassy strawberry blonde hairdresser was once a wee boy from Castlemilk struggling with ginger-vitis.
Panti Bliss has had a whirlwind of a few years and, naturally, she has more than a few fabulous stories to share.
Sexual Fears of A Modern Day Virgin.
Lotta and Erik should be happily married but there’s one problem – the sex.
Claiming to be the gayest thing in a room full of LGBT people in a gay bar (although straights are welcome too) is quite the boast.
Multi award-winning poet Dominic Berry (seen poeting on BBC and Channel 4) returns after touring Canada and USA with his unforgettable new show about love, loss, and his quest for …
Louis CK is undoubtedly backstage in the Edinburgh Playhouse, prepping for his show while his audience stretches around the block.
BenT is a small and phallically-challenged man.
Pussyfooting is a project that has been evolving over the course of a year, and, presumably, could continue to go on evolving with its bright new company from Oxford University: Kn…
It’s a familiar scene to many a Fringe-goer: a black-box stage, a chair and an actor with his story.
Irons the new play from writer Colin Chaston certainly pushes the envelope of believability.
One of the things I’ve noticed about this year’s Fringe is the number of stellar one-woman shows, and Prime Cut Productions’ Scorch is the best so far.
Hip Hop is a strange medium with which to tackle the homosexual experience.
If you think you have seen and done it all, try John Pendal on for size.
The word “fabulous” is defined as being extraordinary and wonderful, and having no basis in reality.
I’ve left theatres in all sorts of states from elation to depression, anger to jubilation, in tears and totally numb.
Looking like a cyberpunk priest, Tsai Pao-Chang’s hero is swamped in technology — AI, encrypted files and dating sites.
Gender Spanner is a joyous and empowering hour of cabaret, burlesque and labels that just don’t stick.
If your idea of chillin’ is sitting in the armchair with a cup of cocoa and a novel, you probably won’t feel at ease with this play.
A new, innovative piece of theatre that offers a new perspective into the world of dating and relationships.
This is the forgotten story of a controversial gang that robbed the streets of London for over a hundred years.
Mae Martin (BBC Radio 4, Live from the BBC, Russell Howard’s Good News) improvises a brand new hour every night as she develops her new show.
Callisto: A Queer Epic is a thoughtful piece of theatre which explores social conflicts that coincide with the queer lifestyle.
Company is a musical so of its time that a string of directors over the past decade have struggled with the problem of whether to present it as an unchanged period piece or contemp…
A Boy Named Sue written by Bertie Darrell provides an interesting insight into the experiences of members of the LGBT+ community, played with great energy by the cast of three.
A gay-friendly, irreverent night of fun and frolics hosted by Zoe Lyons (‘Mock The Week’ and ‘Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow’).
It’s very difficult to dislike Tommy, the narrator of this
one man show.
The Brit-popera for Common People Like You.
Inspired by the true life of Warhol superstar Holly Woodlawn, ‘High As Sugar’ is a one-person musical about a trans woman living in 1970 New York City.
Brighton-based musical comedian Hannah Brackenbury performs silly songs on the themes of pound shops, vodka, selfies, tiny horses, cake, country music, cats and more!
A piece of new writing by Royal Court Writers Programmes’ Isabel Sensier.
Set in the gay community of liberal 1920s Spain.
This is a true story.
Mamoru Iriguchi performs live, rigged up with a screen
around his face and a projector above his head.
This traditional production champions the anti-stereotype stance of the LGBT community, by casting the superb soprano Paul Bork in the title rôle of the tragic geisha.
The highly acclaimed graphic, gripping, funny and frank verbatim drama exposing the chill-out chem-sex scene.
‘Torn Apart (Dissolution)’ is about talking to your lover, drinking beer, ultimate rejection, the white picket fence fantasy, sexuality, the rules of being on a visa, The Berlin Wa…
As he shimmied onto stage, Gregoire Aubert’s performance of
Queer Side Story could be nothing other than entertaining.
Quite why Mawaan Rizwan describes himself as a Gender Neutral Concubine Pirate remains
a bit of a mystery throughout the show.
“Camp, cult and glorious” ***** (The Times).
Canadian monologist John Arthur Sweet undertakes a comedic odyssey to medicine, psychotherapy and religion in search of answers about queer love, sexual awakening, and obsession.
Brighton and Hove’s very own LGBT choir swing open the doors of St George’s Church, Kemptown for a medley of songs.
The Sex Shells present ‘Going Down’: a glittering, twisted, all-singing, all-prancing look at gay existence in the twenty-first century.
Welcome to an evening of fun and entertainment featuring the fantastic poet Alice Denny, cocktails, raffle prizes and more.
Fosters Comedy Awards 2015, Best Newcomer: Nominee, and Scottish Comedian Of The Year award-winner brings his new show to Brighton Fringe.
Step right up and behold the one and only Daggers MacKenzie, the gal who defies death with every toss of the blade.
When little in your life seems to be easy then perhaps, for
some, the only way to take control is to adopt a persona.
The half life of love is forever - it remains toxic, poisoning life long after love is over.
Thoroughly entertaining, cleverly written and immaculately performed.
From the ashes and ruins of long dead earth and the infinite blacknesses of what will be the year 2116, emerges the Funeral Doom Spiritual.
Dance until the late hours.
With his unique take on drag, Alfie has become a stand-out act in the UK cabaret scene.
Communication? Between a father and a child? How difficult can that be?
Communication? Between a father and a transgender child? How much of a nightmare can that be?
After 400 ye…
“Actually” Gay Men’s Chorus are celebrating their 10th anniversary with performances dating back to the very beginning.
Is it possible to fall in love with someone if you don’t know their gender? An unconventional love story in which Peter, a previously heterosexual young man, faces a challenge to h…
Brighton’s only drag king competition is back! It’s time for bois to become men as they battle it out to win the crown (and 100 quid)! Expect a night of bulging biceps, protruding …
A show about the relationship between power and sexual desire, what it means to want to be someone else, and Bruce Springsteen.
Like ‘Waiting for Godot’ on speed, this hilarious and moving new show revealing the dramas that transpire when an old TV actress from Hi-De-Hi and a young classical actor get toget…
This solo stand-up comedy show is the true story of how a shy Baptist boy from Watford became an unlikely international sex ambassador when he won the 25th annual ‘International …
For one sensational night only, cabaret legend Dusty Limits
graced the stage of a very chilly Republic venue on Brighton’s seafront.
We’ve all been dumped.
In 2015 Pop Star XNTHONY and The Penny Slots were heading to Eurovision.
Fascinating, touching and truly enlightening, this lesbian musical romance tells the story of forgotten Variety stars Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney.
Nando Messias was beaten up on the street in an act of homophobic hatred.
Sell-out 2014 and 2015, the ‘English Disco Lovers’ are back at the best little tent at Brighton Fringe.
Join burlesque performer and naked stand-up, Miss Glory Pearl, for an intimate show where beautiful women read naked.
On holiday in Greece, Janet meets the woman of her dreams in a suit and tie singing Frank Sinatra songs, but it’s not all plain sailing.
Work-in-progress from multi-award-winner celebrating the kick-ass women in our families who stood the test of time despite obstacles via faith, family, culture or the time they liv…
His teacher believes Jamie is being bullied because he’s gay.
May 6 marked the official opening of Brighton’s famous Fringe Festival, with glorious sunshine all day and a wonderfully warm evening, the British weather played its part in…
Ascending the back stairs of the Marlborough to be greeted by the towering and magnificently coiffed Dr Sharon Husbands, doesn’t quite give an accurate taste of what follows.
Award-winning, ‘one woman wonder’, West End performer, Sharon Sexton.
Award-winning short films from the internationally acclaimed ‘Iris Prize Film Festival’: a collection of the winners and runners-up from the 2015 prize.
Fringe 2016 is here: bigger, better and fringier than ever! And who could be
better to kick things off at the Warren than Le Gateau Chocolat, the powerhouse
Why is Brighton the LGBTQ capital of the United Kingdom? That’s the question tour guide Ric Morris poses at the start of Piers & Queers, a queer-historical walking tour that span…
‘Not Fast Enough’ is a provocative and dynamic sprint through contemporary gender politics and imaginative theatre structures.
Ever had therapy? Feel like a failure? Then this one’s for you! Join performance poet Little Red as she reveals why the therapy didn’t work, through laughter, tears and sexual innu…
Rip open your variety packs and let Emily Bee and Danny Ash treat you to a late night sugar high of assorted cabaret delights! Includes comedy, burlesque, circus and more.
By the Bi is a show that offers to tackle the heady subject matter - of the difficulties of being bisexual - head on.
The internationally ignored song stylist from Berlin is back.
One man’s journey to womanhood.
‘Cocking a snook at learned prejudices .
‘The literary love child of Jeanette Winterson and Allen Ginsberg’ (BroadwayBaby.
Written and performed by legendary trans playwright, performer and poet Jo Clifford, this unique and extraordinary show combines theatre with storytelling, spoken word and ritual i…
Loud and Proud, Scotland’s LGBT choir, performs its annual Fringe concert in support of Scottish HIV and Hepatitis C charity, Waverley Care.
Donald Torr was, apparently, the best big brother any little girl could have, especially growing up on the outskirts of 1960s’ Aberdeen.
‘The last 12 months have been very difficult for me.
Hurry, hurry, step right up and behold the one and only Daggers MacKenzie, the gal who defies death with every toss of the blade, as she runs away from the circus in this one-woman…
A new comedy about gender conformity and sexual identity.
This show is wondrously delightful.
‘My music is not based on my being transgender.
It might be a good idea to take five drinks into the auditorium, to see you through a play that has moments of wit and humour but contains nothing profound.
‘You can’t run from the corn!’ A fairy’s tale of a town that might be a little rough – but it’s also got its bloody blinding diamonds! A trip home to Runcorn can be far fro…
This is a lewd, ridiculous and over the top show that will leave you stunned and cackling.
Performed by a superb cast, this is a painful and tragic exploration of Alan Turing’s life and the many attempts to break him as a person.
John Cameron and Stephen Trask’s big, ballsy, gender-bending musical detonates upon Greenside’s Royal Terrace stage with a blast that can be heard clear across Edinburgh.
Wealth and fame haven’t yet been bestowed on young Irish comedian Cormac Friel.
During the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe, What A Gay Play gained a certain amount of attention, given that its late-night scheduling and blatant use of the cast’s flesh on the flyers sug…
In 1920s London, Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney have an on and off stage partnership, singing popular love songs of the day to each other in West End revues and living together openl…
Divas charts the relationship of two men from first meeting to last parting.
Noman’s Land is an autobiographical one-woman comedy about Natasha’s experiences as a gay, female journalist in Pakistan.
One of the challenges of reportage theatre – works in which the words and experiences of real people are edited and put into the words of actors – is to justify the process as …
K’Rd Strip: A Place to Stand is a bizarre yet beautiful blend of Māori culture, contemporary dance, vocals and music, drag and real life stories.
New York, 1985.
Al Porter Is Yours is the irreverent debut show from Ireland’s newest comedy star.
Troy Diana’s comedy These Troubled Times focuses on Charles (John Curtis), an openly gay man who arrives at his brother’s family home to babysit his niece and nephew.
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