Crime writer Mark Billingham and country band My Darling Clementine come together for The Other Half, a blend of storytelling and music about love, loneliness and broken promises.
Durham’s Ethrael Theatre presents a musical adaptation of Aeschylus’s The Furies, a tale of vengeance, honour, justice and mercy.
This show has a bad title.
Cheque Please centres on Ivy, who describes herself as a high-functioning depressive, as she endures her job as a waitress with a boss who is constantly threatening dismissal.
One man shouldn’t be able to hold two men on his shoulders at the same time.
The show explores a selection of songs by Noël Coward and Ivor Novello through humour, glamour and elegance, as the Flamin’ Dames Helen Whittington and Hilary Fisher combine music…
This one-woman show presents Nell Gwyn, mistress of King Charles II, as she regales the audience with her lot in life – actor, lover and whore.
In her stand up show The Devil’s Door Bell, Njambi McGrath presents an hour of satirical shaming, teasing the audience into reflecting on colonialism’s legacy in Africa.
Papa CJ takes the audience through chapters of his life, with the idea of simultaneously removing metaphorical and physical layers, as he strips in front of us.
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…
Charlie Baker blends song with stand-up, as he intersperses his versions of one hit wonders with tales from his life.
Kent-native Harriet Kemsley takes a juvenile look at an adult world, as she describes fitting into the grown up sphere of sex, porn, drugs and flat-sharing with child-like naivety,…
Scotsman Richard Michael leads his talented family on piano with his daughters Hilary Michael on violin and saxophone, Joanna Duncan on violin and xylophone, and nephew Paul Michae…
Compere Andy Zaltzman sets up the evening by asking the audience who is a no and who is a yes, wondering aloud if political comedy has any capacity to effect change and promisin…
King’s College London’s All the King’s Men return to the
Edinburgh Fringe with Spectacappella.
Cambridge University troupe The Foxymorons promise their sketch show Up
the Auntie will be a “ludicrous abandon” of “porn, politics, pheasants and
porn”, but their failur…
Hendrick’s brand ambassador for Northern Europe Duncan McRae takes us through a “cocktail of cultural and curious occurrences,” as he informs the audience about the world of …
Established Edinburgh favourites Orkestra del Sol present a show of Balkan-inspired brass and visual spectacle infused with a love of theatricality.
Scotland-based four-piece group The Bevvy Sisters (not all sisters, or even all women) enthrall and amaze as they bring us their unique stamp on Americana classics and their own so…
Combining different dance styles including ballet, jazz, tap and modern, The Houston City Dance Company use wit and pathos in eight different pieces, using six female dancers and t…
Up presents the rise of one man, Stuart, from a childhood of neglect to
dominance in the boxing ring, with the help of his brother (trainer and
lifelong advocate Teddy) and…
Brighton-based Aidan Goatley returns to Edinburgh with a show based on the premise of his favourite “comfort food films”, taking in such blokey titles as The Avengers, The Magn…
Montreal-based Paul van Dyck brings imagination and passion to this polished one-man telling of John Milton’s Paradise Lost.
A Roaring Accordion brings Strangely Doesburg’s promise of a
“rollicking, sing-along, one-man cabaret-riot” to the top deck of the bus in
the Free Sisters.
Infinity Repertory Theatre update Shakespeare’s comedy to the 21st century as a musical with a rollicking rock’n’roll aim in mind.
An undemanding hour spent with a showcase variety of acts.
Jonny Pelham is affable and tells some thoughtful stories about his life, with original punchlines, great timing, and a good sense of narrative.
Big Value Comedy Show (Early) promises two hours of comedy gold with four young stars of tomorrow.
In Australian comedian Lisa-Skye’s “love letter to the sex-and-drug-soaked 70s” she tells the tale of Melbourne hedonism in the 1970s star-crossed hippy lovers Bunny and Mad Do…
physical theatre, music, storytelling and comedy to tell the story of the lover
and co-strategist of Latin America’s 19th century revolutionary
Simon Bolivar, Man…
Exeter University’s Theatre With Teeth brings their modern ballet to Edinburgh, presenting the story of three couples and a maid on a weekend away.
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