Jamie Sefton delivers a passionate, comprehensive and incredibly well researched performance in A Thousand Sons.
Alex Dawson (Róisin Bevan) is a successful social media guru.
Hoo Hah House's production Brave Face is by far the bravest and powerful production I have seen at the Fringe this year.
Aisling Lally's Love Me is one of three plays bought to the Edinburgh Fringe 2021 by York DramaSoc.
Writer and director Annabel Lunney used the inspirations from anonymous submissions to create the play Sweating the Small Stuff.
Dandelion, by Creative Electric, takes place in the garden opposite the [email protected] building.
New Celts Productions and Bone struck Theatre present Wish List by Katherine Soper, winner of the Burntwood Prize for Playwrights in 2015.
In 1968 East and West Germany were far from united.
Throughout our lifetime we meet hundreds of different people.
Hugs, Tears & Replacement Bus Services by Nod at The Fox is a 16-minute fully audio production complete with the dialogue fully subtitled to allow those who are hearing impaire…
Families come in all shapes and sizes.
Love is never easy.
When Kate (Robyn Lovell) starts her new job working in a charity call centre for breast cancer care, her newfound workmate and desk-share partner Garry's (Matthew Bromwich) rel…
Part of the Six Plays One Day event at Tristan Bates, Songs of Innocence really stands out from the crowd.
According to an ancient myth, the fern flower blooms for a very short time on the eve of the summer solstice, and those who are fortunate enough to find it are granted earthly fort…
Written and performed by Jack Hesketh and directed by Coral Tarran, Is Trying Enough? starts with a young man bouncing out of bed to the upbeat sounds of Mr Blue Sky by ELO.
The Gielgud Theatre hosts Ben Elton's stage version of his acclaimed TV show, Upstart Crow.
NUMB, by Timothy Cobeanu, has an unusual start.
Actor Joann Condon from BBC'S Little Britain fame is fed up with being put into a box.
Every year the Royal Albert Hall plays host to Cirque du Soleil, whose cast of exceptional performers come from across the globe.
Tang and Four Dreams are presented by the Shanghai Conservatory of Music.
After last years sell-out performances at the Fringe, English Comedian of the Year finalist Adam Rowe has bought his show Pinnacle to the Edinburgh Fringe.
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