In 1982, Simon Callow wrote his first book: it was called Being An Actor, and it was his reckless attempt, after not even ten years of acting, to describe the physical, psychologic…
From the rivers of Venice to the far-off kingdom of Barataria, the University of St Andrews’ Gilbert and Sullivan Society brings The Gondoliers into your home.
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-…
What can an aspiring popstar do to get her big break and rise to stardom? Faking brain cancer might not be your first guess, but that is exactly what Simone Hamilton did.
One body in the river.
Time is different here.
Set in a landscape of social distancing, social media, WhatsApp and Zoom calls, iMelania is an audio-visual experience that takes place on your phone and desktop.
Mixing gaming and 3D technology, this experimental production fuses original music, virtual performances and a new script exploring migrant experiences; from the poorest Chinese sa…
Landing explores home, identity and belonging: What happens when you can’t figure out where your home is? What’s it like to never settle, when something inside drives you incessant…
One of the strangest Fringe shows of recent memory is A Young Man Dressed as a Gorilla Dressed as an Old Man Sits Rocking in a Rocking Chair for 56 Minutes and Then Leaves – a sh…
Making their debut at the Fringe this year, Perfect Forth are an a cappella ensemble that formed just before the first lockdown struck.
When a collection of colourful characters come together to perform their most recent play adaptation via Zoom, surely nothing can go wrong.
After a momentous sell-out run at the 2020 Buxton Fringe (resulting in the only award of the festival) But Why? and The D8R Collective are delighted to bring their market tested an…
Born in Missoula, and growing up on the Blackfeet reservation in Browning, Montana, riding horses, swimming in the clear glacier water, Teague Goodvoice draws some of his inspirati…
She’s an engineer who worships 30000 gods.
In 2019, Fede and his mother, went on a quest to look for América.
Roberto Ruisi (violin).
King Henry, recently come to the British throne, sets forth to claim the throne of France.
ROSL alumni take on Beethoven as their inspiration for their late morning recitals.
Concerts include: Saxophonist Jonathan Radford and pianist Ashley Fripp perform with some brilliant arrangements of some of Gershwin’s contemporaries, culminating with a show stopp…
Chopin is the inspiration for our post-lunchtime recitals.
Concerts include: Soprano Siân Dicker won our Singers Prize in the 2020 annual music competition and she returns to the Princess Alexandra Hall programme with a delightful Mozart …
Join Invisible Cities’ award-winning tour guide Paul as he returns to tell you all about the women of Leith throughout history, from Mary of Guise to Mary Moriarty.
Hosted by Colin Etches and Rachel Morton-Young, the Sounds Proper Comedy Showcase presents a variety of high-quality stand-up comedians every Sunday.
InHouse Theatre and Assembly invite you back to your favourite haunt for a strong drink and a stranger-than-fiction ghost story.
200 years in the future, you are invited to explore the world of a long-abandoned Minecraft server.
Sian Clarke is a difficult woman, who needs to learn to take a joke and smile more.
Malcolm Hardee and Morecambe Fringe Award winner presents her C*nt! C*nt! is an irreverent poke into the controversy and clout of the C-word and an opportunity to indulge the simp…
A darkly witty take on the American pop art icon Andy Warhol and the woman who shot him, Valerie Solanas.
It’s Meet The Parents with a twist! Skye is eager to introduce her buttoned-up fiancé Eric to her free-wheeling family at their monthly Zoom happy hour.
A collaboration between North American artists from Mexico, United States and Canada.
Featuring Rihab Chaieb (mezzo-soprano), Jennifer Szeto (piano) and Derek Henriques (guitar).
A contemporary aerial dance performance that explores the liminal space between holding onto or letting go of another.
Charlie is a kleptomaniac – the doctor told her.
Owdyado Theatre present a darkly comic evening of mini Twisted Tales by writers from Cornwall and across the UK.
Destiny dreams big.
Tash is a simple girl.
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…
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…
Two girls; one kind of a lesbian, one kind of a liability, are friends.
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.
The story of an ordinary man who lived through extraordinary times.
Our team are in a right pickle! Professor McGuffin’s groundbreaking Sub-Nuclear Optical Transmitter (S.
Agave is under siege.
Those People: A Play About QAnon is based on interviews with young people from the UK, conducted online and from accounts written on the subreddit: r/QAnoncasualties.
Three mates, who’ve never met in real life and whose brains are as far apart comedically as they are geographically, bring you an hour of comedy with themeless cohesion.
A comedy play about two veteran local radio DJs finally getting their shot at the big time: the breakfast show on national radio.
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.
A palm-reading drag queen tells Jenny she’ll never find love, sending her mind reeling back to high school and a matchmaking scheme that went horribly wrong.
Some inherit from their mothers material possessions.
Something’s going down at the Impossible Things Detective Agency and we need your help to bust open the case! Proceedings take the form of a character-hosted, interactive Zoom.
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