Duck lives a typical duck existence: she eats snails, swims in ponds and sleeps peacefully at night.
What happens to the thousands of people who go missing every year? And what happens to the people left behind? How can anyone accept they might never know what happened to their lo…
This show by young company Turn the Key adapts the Nordic legend of the Erl King through movement, live music and puppetry.
Paper Rain by Youth Theatre Georgia is one of those Fringe gems that one can only be glad to discover.
This show by Wales-based company Harnisch-Lacey Dance’s show mixes contemporary dance with breakdancing and elements of parkour.
Based on a short story by children’s author Kenneth Grahame, The Reluctant Dragon re-tells the legend
of Saint George and his battle against the dragon.
Pompous orchestra conductor Will finds himself locked out of
his house by his wife.
At the beginning of Maria Addolorata, a man and a woman in
caricature-like costumes sob uncontrollably and blow their noses.
Tackling a subject such as ‘the inner landscape of female identity’ is risky – the area is broad and the mission statement itself very vague.
La Loba is a mythological woman who wanders the
Earth collecting animal bones, bringing dead creatures back to life with her
singing, and occasionally laughing at humans.
‘I’m blind, living in the dark.
Some shows take the audience on
challenging yet rewarding journeys through layers of meaning, interpretations,
The Waste Land Sisters fuses Chekhov’s The Three Sisters with T.
In this musical adaptation of the Canterbury Tales, a family go on a pilgrimage with Father Geoffrey in order to restore their unity after months of tiresome quarrelling.
The beginning of What Is the Weight Of Your Desire?, by Czech company VerTe Dance, makes it clear to the audience that they’re walking into a rather typically odd fringe show.
Jessica (whose name isn’t actually Jessica but people at work have been calling her that too long to be corrected) has a theory about love.
A H Dance Company’s Habitat is a short but sweet multi-media work that blends contemporary and modern dance, projections and voice-overs to explore the relationship between ident…
As a child, William/Billy plays Cowboys and Indians, takes great pride in his cowboy hat, and wants to grow up to become a cowboy like John Wayne, partly because his father nicknam…
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