As a white Irish person, reviewing a person of colour’s experience of their treatment in the UK feels disingenuous.
Hanane Hajj Ali is a Lebanese performer with French citizenship who jogs daily to prevent osteoporosis, depression and obesity.
Emotive, impassioned and poetic, Evocation uses puppetry and poetry to tell the story of Marie-Anne, a young girl in fin de siècle Brighton.
Glasgow Central is a play based on true events, written and directed by Lauren Dowie.
Grieving is a universal human experience, and The Other Half Lives is a play which analyses grief in the years after someone’s passing.
Part of Summerhall’s Big in Belgium season, Working Method is an interactive piece which explores the process of making art.
Cockamamy is an adjective meaning ludicrous or nonsensical.
Though common in film and literature, it is rare to see a play which fits the bill of psychological thriller.
Poignant and humorous, this is a semi-autobiographical piece of writing which roots itself in Co-coism director Hung Chien-Han’s upbringing.
DIGS, devised by newly formed company Theatre with Legs, offers insight into how the millennials of ‘Generation Rent’ think about community and belonging.
Written by award winning playwright Elinor Cook, Out of Love is a stunning piece of new writing which conveys the absolute power of female friendship, something which is often over…
The Medea of Euripides is a story of love, of life, of murder and of how all three interlink.
The cast and crew of The Big Bite-Size Breakfast Plays coax their audience into starting their day bright and early with coffee, croissants and strawberries.
The Unmarried is an original piece of writing making its Fringe debut.
Uplifting, fast-paced and heart-warming, Todd & God tells the tale of how God selected an atheist as her chosen one.
Manwatching is a monologue written by an anonymous woman to be performed by a famous comedian.
Created, written, directed and performed by author Angela Jackson, The Darling Monologues is a series of three darkly comic monologues which interweave the lives of three women: Li…
Through raw emotion, compelling stories and snippets of reality, we learn the story of Holly, a woman living on the streets in Edinburgh.
On October third, 1849, Edgar Allen Poe was found delirious on the streets of Baltimore, Maryland.
As hilarious as it is poignant, Lost in Blue is an individual and gripping story from one of the UK’s top storytellers.
In this innovative and original piece of immersive, improvised theatre, we are invited to step inside The Mindspace to talk to the personified projections of the human mind.
Set at some point in a dystopian, not so distant future, one Scottish man is trying to go about his day to day life, living each moment as it comes, not in search of anything that …
Current affairs can be baffling, and we have all been overcome with the need to turn off the news and pretend that horrific acts of terrorism around the world aren’t happening.
In a darkly comic, brutally honest and extremely current piece of new writing, Martin Murphy depicts the life of one woman who is striving to make a difference in the world.
One soldier’s patriotism, as he battles both for his country and with himself, is pushed to the breaking point in this clever and current piece of new writing.
En Folkefiende, in English, translates as An Enemy of the People, and in this clever and modernised adaptation of Ibsen’s classic tale, Brad Birch has written a scandalous piece …
In an explosion of energy, raw intensity and emotion, RashDash theatre company shatters preconceptions of the patriarchy.
In this thought-provoking, inventive and touching piece of new writing, we hear about the lives of ten individuals, linked only by their mode of transportation.
Through a series of devised monologues, pieces of physical theatre and slam poetry, Lies.
Though Shakespeare is something which has been revisited and reproduced time and time again, it is rare that one of the minor characters is given a starring role.
Both touching and humorous, It Folds is an experimental exploration of grief, death and the human condition.
Charlotte Jones’ debut play, Airswimming, is a poignant, one-act portrayal of the lives of two women in St Dymphna’s Hospital for the Criminally Insane.
Composer Frank Loesser has become
a Broadway giant, and it takes a brave man to revive what is, arguably, his
best known work.
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