Expect sticky lips, foil dinosaurs and a whirligig of love in Audrey’s Art Club.
There’s a time and place for a monocle: 2022 and a New York high school are neither of them.
The story follows a young prince who is accused of attempted murder and sentenced to die as a galley slave, but survives, eventually returning to his homeland, to find that his mot…
Named one of the 19 Unmissable Online Theatre Experiences by American Express Essentials Magazine, Lag: A Zoomsical Comedy is the world’s first original musical created to be perfo…
Three top academics, three dangerous ideas and your host, comedian Susan Morrison.
Two top academics, two dangerous ideas and your host, comedian Susan Morrison.
With nothing but the titular suitcase, a trench coat and a scarf, this true story centers on questions of identity, immigration, women’s rights and involuntary displacement in a hu…
Three top academics, three dangerous ideas and your host comedian, Susan Morrison.
There’s a new man in Máire’s life.
The most famous characters of the Commedia dell’Arte in a one-man show: two couples of lovers, a silly old father and twin brothers detached for a long time… Among funny and un…
It’s been years since anyone has been allowed outside, mandated by the Executives.
Through storytelling, poetry and illustration, this show transports you back to Westeros to narrate a different version of the Game of Thrones story.
Corona Cutie is a student-written-and-produced virtual musical created completely remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Single, 32, and with her clock ticking, Erin’s eggs – according to Facebook – are “dying off.
Where are you? When are you? Messages from another species.
The Dream Train weaves together a quartet of characters with JS Bach’s Goldberg Variations in a play that has the clarity and strangeness of a particularly convincing dream.
Cressida searches for love online.
Testament invites you to bear witness to the dark underbelly of the Good Book.
A unique two-woman retelling of F Scott Fitzgerald’s masterpiece.
A biting and heartfelt one-woman odyssey about what it really means to be loud.
If you’re looking for big blowouts and even bigger bouffants, why not stop by El Greco of Hornsey; a salon, a kitchen and a confessional all rolled into one.
Melissa Center is.
From Irish laments to tango, and Bach again, Kenneth Wilson plays a magical selection of immersive music on the cello.
Have you ever noticed how unusually loud and chatty birds are? Or ever wondered what they might say if they could speak? Meet Arthur J Peabody, a very well-spoken bird who befriend…
Our team are in a right pickle! Professor McGuffin’s groundbreaking Sub-Nuclear Optical Transmitter (S.
Tash is a simple girl.
When a fire rips through Serbia, Peter’s Instagram posts of the dramatic wilderness abruptly stop.
The story of an ordinary man who lived through extraordinary times.
Soggy bottom and submerging artist Chris White presents a sloshy spoken word show about falling; whether that’s in and out of love, or in and out of the sea.
Two girls; one kind of a lesbian, one kind of a liability, are friends.
When prison is your world, how do you function within society? This gripping and, at times, chilling one-man physical theatre performance is the story of how prison can define a ma…
Owdyado Theatre present a darkly comic evening of mini Twisted Tales by writers from Cornwall and across the UK.
Jago Clemo is out of luck… And the Devil knows it! Down at the local pub, furloughed and frustrated, Jago will bet on any game going… Unfortunately, so will the Devil! A rip-ro…
Based on the dark sideshows of Coney Island’s amusement parks in the early part of the 20th century, Steven Kazuo Takasugi’s Sideshow is a work of music theatre framed in a chamber…
A national emergency is declared.
Destiny dreams big.
Sian Clarke is a difficult woman, who needs to learn to take a joke and smile more.
A blasphemous dark comedy about the end of the world.
An aspiring actress, Evie Edwards, clutches the sides of the Hollywood sign.
Your Perfect Life is a loosely autobiographical story, inspired by the lives of the writers and performers: Erika Marais and Faeron Wheeler.
Fresh from winning a Silver Standard Bank Ovation Award at the South African NAF, (Extra)ordinary, (Un)usual is coming to the Edinburgh Fringe! This monologue showcase written by A…
Presenting Bear Hands, new writing by Gatlin Perrin.
Envisioning a world of impermanence and shifting atmospheres amongst different patterns of sound, light, and movement, Spaces Between Us and Satori is an approachable, sensitive, a…
Shôn Dale-Jones’ new show was going to be all about love.
Both a rom-com and a serious work, you can treat My Zoom Call with Andre like a game rather than merely a movie.
One man’s quazary expensive, time-consuming quest to become the Global Taskmaster Champion.
Shôn Dale-Jones’ playful, honest and heartfelt show about love, creativity and family combines magnetic storytelling with a dreamscape of animation, film and original music.
Musician and coach Jennifer Trijo invites you to be mindful as she serenades you with her own form of music therapy.
Nicole Smit returns with her sell-out show after a year-long hiatus, celebrating the women who have defined blues and popular music over the last 100 years with an intimate perform…
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