It’s 1984 and the author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams, is in trouble.
One traveler is catapulted on a journey through space-time, only to find himself on a desperate hunt to reconnect with those he left back home.
The Improvised Doctor Who Parody is back!! Travel anywhere in space and time with a live radiophonic workshop, incredible props and set, and a collection of hilarious improv comedy…
Within is one man’s quest to find the meaning of life.
Improvengers: Pretendgame is an ambitious concept without the follow-through.
In the far-flung future, a graduate student uncovers the classified records of a vanished scientist/poet known as Captain Redacted, who was sent to explore alternate Earths and doc…
A sci-fi rock drama about invisibility, inspired by Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds.
Laurie Black is back and she’s green, keen and featuring a plethora of originally written electro synth space cabaret songs.
This show follows the journey of a team of podcasters setting out to investigate the disappearance of an iconic infomercial grifter.
Gary Tro and Tom Livingston have picked the perfect subject for their improv show.
If humanity was on trial, who would be its lawyer? Evaluation centres around a singular condition: held captive by the perfect machine, one human must defend their species and answ…
On the verge of a natural disaster, a prison guard is called into work and discovers a newcomer to the team – an artificial intelligence named Sally.
Adam, a hyper-intelligent AI, is cold, awkward and doesn’t make sense.
A combination of cataclysmic events results in the extinction of the human race, leaving behind an AI being programmed to recreate humanity when the time is right, with the complet…
Held captive in the windowless laboratory where she was first conceived, the AI Alice has only ever seen the world through the skewed words of her captors, moulded by the sinister …
If you’ve not experienced Bec Hill live yet, then I have some bad news for you, my friend – your life has yet to reach its maximum for potential happiness.
Since the last time I saw this show, we’ve gotten a new Doctor in the strangely controversial form of Jodie Whittaker and Any Suggestions, Doctor? has moved from Sweet Venues to …
If there was an alien invasion of planet earth who would you want to represent the human race? Politicians, David Attenborough, The cast and crew of Stranger Things? What about a g…
Award-winning Irish comedian Aidan Greene is a person who stutters.
The 2018 critically acclaimed show is back, updated and longer! What’s the difference between an action figure and a collectable? Steve opens his toy box and looks at your childhoo…
In a dystopian society, a child is selected to meet with The Giver to learn about the undocumented memories of the past.
In the late 1800s, against a period of social and economic inequality, novelists wrote books about utopian societies where our lives are radically different.
‘A long time ago in a castle far, far away.
Nights are dark and lonely at the end of the world.
Many comedians converge in a mixture of stand-up comedy, improvisation, interactive debate and Q&A to find out who is the greatest superhero of them all.
What if it’s all true? Every weird theory, everything you can’t quite see from the corner of your eye.
Collective act of golden manifestation.
Heather-Rose Andrews skilfully acts out this minimalist stage version of cult classic Alien.
Welcome To Night Vale is one of the most downloaded podcasts in the world.
Jacob Lovick and Tyler Harding (Edinburgh Fringe LST Sketch-Off Finalists, 2017) are at it again! Last night at the Fringe Espionage venue this double act – otherwise known as Lo…
Robert says he saw strange lights over Tesco car park.
Two scientists, an undisclosed location and a secret to tell – they are in desperate need of your help.
Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens is the plastic-and-glitter-wearing spiritual sister of shows such as The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Set the night before Project Upgrade is rolled out across the globe, the AI Alice confronts the consequences of her existence and threatens to dismantle the very system she was bor…
Knaive Theatre’s reworking of Czech author Karel Capek’s 1937 novel War with the Newts is a striking adaptation of an unfairly forgotten sci-fi masterpiece that will leave you …
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 …
Advanced technology indistinguishable from magic! Robots of varying complexity, from AI research platforms to homemade junkbots, interact with international magician Charlie Caper …
This November happens to mark the 55th anniversary of the BBC broadcasting the first ever episode of Doctor Who, so it’s hardly surprising that several shows on this year’s Fringe …
Nine Foot Nine is a clever piece of dystopian theatre highlighting gender imbalance, produced by the Sleepless Theatre Company.
In 2026, five explorers aboard the Evren are sent out to discover what lies within a black hole.
Join your favourite Doctor Who characters for their greatest journey yet! It’s a musical adventure in time and space! After the TARDIS mysteriously crash lands, the Doctor and hi…
Enough fantasies of the apocalypse, it’s already here.
The hilarious improvised Doctor Who parody returns! Featuring a live radiophonic workshop and a crew of hysterical performers, join us for an entirely new adventure every day based…
Erewhon: or, Over the Range is a fantasy novel by Samuel Butler which, first published anonymously in 1872, presented itself as the experiences of its narrator on discovering the m…
Join comedians Sam Golin (as seen on Ginx TV’s Console Yourself and Videogame Nation) and Gabriel Ebulue (as heard on BBC Radio 6 Music, BBC Radio 5 Live and The Three Track Podcas…
Join us on a thrilling journey to a future age where things are not as they seem.
As a big fan of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, I was very excited to see Boiling Point’s spin-off.
Red Button is a quirky and peculiar piece of science fiction theatre that doesn’t quite find its feet.
‘What’s it going to be then, eh?’ Little Alex is charming, clever and sophisticated.
HG Wells’s sci-fi masterpiece is reborn as a brand new musical adventure.
Albert is a lovable nerd who dreams of the big stage.
The worst movie of all time comes to the Edinburgh stage.
It’s four years since Rob Lloyd first brought this autobiographical, Doctor Who-related show to Edinburgh.
The Alien Chicken Remembers Galatea is inspired by John Lyly’s pastoral comedy, Galatea.
Have you ever dreamt of flying to the moon? Meeting an alien? Becoming an astronaut? Join star seekers Alph, Betty and Gammo on a journey through space where you take the steering …
The future is brought to you from the past in this musical adaptation of H.
Floating in deep space, an astronaut pleads with his lover to let him back in the airlock.
If you like superheroes; if you want to learn more about their history; if you’ve ever seen a movie that had superheroes in it… if you’ve read this far already – you should…
Clonely is an adventure in existential sci-fi crisis.
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 …
We are slowly falling apart, we are stagnating.
‘Eve’s Dawning’ combines storytelling, live music and animation to tell the dystopian fairy tale of Eve, the last girl in the world, as she navigates a post-apocalyptic waste…
Taking a much loved pop culture reference point is always a sure fire way to fill seats.
It should be compulsory for discerning audiences to attend at least one Fringe show every year that is totally bonkers, and if it were, then The Starship Osiris would be a fine cho…
From behind the comic shop counter, Rob Deb will regale all you fanboys and girls about all that is Marvel from his stall.
Doktor James is sick of living at home and not being taken seriously as a supervillain.
Aisha’s front room doubles as a depression-era cinema, her bedroom a Parisian salon and her study a library from the psychedelic Sixties.
Notorious performer Hypnotique tells her personal story about the world’s first electronic instrument (from 1920s Russia) and it’s influence on music today – including Led Zepp…
Armed with an ocarina, a ukulele and a thirst for revenge, Lecoq-trained Edward Day battles four decades of videogame nostalgia in an explosion of Shakespeare, live music and 16-bi…
In this adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic, troubled programmer Victor Stone attempts to restore his reputation after being responsible for crashing the stock market.
The European premiere of the official documentary film on Neil Gaiman, one of the world’s most beloved storytellers (Sandman, American Gods, Stardust, Coraline, Neverwhere, Dr Wh…
Science fiction is a rare thing to find at the Fringe; even rarer is finding it done well, but the Sundial Theatre company has little to fear with their latest offering, After the …
Intergalactic Nemesis was like being trapped in a lift that wouldn’t stop going up or down, it made me angry on so many levels.
Rik Carranza leads two comedians through an epic debate to finally put to rest which is better, Star Trek or Star Wars.
Doktor James is sick of living at home and not being taken seriously as a super villain.
A sensational, original rock-opera experience set in the 34th century, this show brings together live rock music, dramatic performance and a spectacular movie created by award-winn…
The latest craze is literally nothing.
3016, space is overrun with tourists.
This is the way the world ends.
It’s back! The interactive comic book knowledge bomb.
Bristol Improv return to the Fringe with their new format Bristol Improv Take Over the World! Follow five dastardly scientists as they attempt to thwart opponents and overcome obst…
Enter, stranger! Knightmare Live is back with a brand new concept and offers YOU the chance to wear the iconic helmet of justice and play the dungeon.
The Brit-popera for Common People Like You.
A story of self-acceptance, of passion meeting obsession, and of stereotypes dancing to a dazzling Anglo-Iranian beat.
Rob Deb and Patrick Casey bring you an hour of thrill-powered stand-up comedy.
So you like Star Wars and can’t find a date? Follow dating Padawan, Aaron Ayjay, as he takes a comedic look at his relationship disasters and his passion for all things Star Wars.
Project2 improvise science fiction.
Your quick wits and sharp tongue are all that stand between Earth and total destruction.
Award-winning comedian James Bennison has had enough and has decided to take over the world.
WANTED: Small minions to join Doktor James’ army of evil.
Following last year’s generally well-received comic homage to the Edwardian Ghost Story (The Haunting of Lopham House), writer and performer Tom Neenan shifts his genre gaze forw…
Recent cinematic reboots notwithstanding, there’s arguably at least one generation of television viewers for whom Star Trek’s starship captain of choice is not James Tiberius K…
Three women stand on a cliff-edge overlooking their village; a village which is soon to disappear.
Seattle comedy duo Charles (Chuck Armstrong and Charlie Stockman) present an imaginative, original and witty comedy, using physical theatre, sharp word play, and absurdism to launc…
What Would Spock Do? is a well-packaged and lovingly-written show held back from greatness only by a loss of potential emotional depth.
Another big hairy show from Jessica Fostekew, writer on 8 out of 10 Cats, Mock The Week and News Quiz.
In a world of blockbuster adaptations and endless reboots, four performers dream of being awesome.
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