There are places which have unquestionable resonance.
The name alone conjures up nostalgia, decadence, style and class
and this show delivers.
In this one-hour show, talented Ross Sutherland brings philosophy, physics and fun together to create a highly entertaining view of contemporary society, which transcends the obvio…
Luke Wright is a talented performer who plays as much on his baby-faced good looks as with the words and styles he uses.
Sometimes raw, rough shows, performed on a knife-edge are the most gripping.
In a clinically white setting, with full-length white fabric backdrops suspended from rig to floor, among boxes draped with white sheets, lies a lifesize puppet of Albert Einstein.
Kyds Spanish Tragedy is a product of its time socio-political, full of double-entendre, the themes of revenge and retribution and scenes of killing all the more poignant on st…
A fringe show with four writers, three directors, two composers, a cast of fifteen and an even larger production team sounds like a recipe for disaster.
Blurring the boundaries between theatrical performance and dance, this artful show mixes different styles of movement with poetry, dialogue and brilliant choreography to produce a …
Nine members of the Scottish Dance Theatre company take to the stage to dance.
A10-strong cast from the Scottish Dance Theatre start off this performance with a still-life scene, a sculptural montage, in which all the characters appear in the same light.
Dan! Keep safe! the show starts
but how? How can a youngster be safe if they can be knifed on their own doorstep? This is the unfortunate reality of contemporary society …
In an abstract space evocative of a garage, mechanics workshop, engine room, and/or horologists studio, the members of Brocante Sonore conjure up music from a range of things, …
Russian dance company Rain People are to dance what Picasso is to art.
Tall Stories is a company that has made a name for entertaining children and family shows.
Its billed as The Tragicomicall Historie of Cardenio, a lost play said to be written by Shakespeare and Fletcher, reconstructed here by Dr Bernard Richards.
In this highly energetic performance, dancer-actor John Macaulay welcomes the audience and ushers them in, attempting to build up a friendly rapport.
An entertaining hour of fairy tales drawn from Hans Christian Andersens collection.
Jeffrey Solomons play is a tour-de-force of skilful writing and performance.
An ambitious one-man show, in which Martin Aukland, as Iago, acts out single-handedly the story of his machinations against The Moor of Venice, outlining how and why he sets up…
Across the time span of two hour-long performances, Lance Pierson performs a selection of Betjemans poetry.
Unlike His Ghostly Heart, another play on the Fringe which is played out in the dark, where the stage is darkened and the audience can make out the actors forms, in Don Qui…
A highly challenging story which draws on the Arthurian story of Gawain and the Green Knight, and references many others.
Bridge Markland performs his own version of Goethes Faust in a maverick combination of blank verse and pop song.
You know what its like when you arrive in a strange place, and have to ask for help in a foreign language? The only person around is someone who looks strange, unfamiliar, differ…
Martin Milnes is a unique talent with an exceptional voice and good vocal technique to go with it.
Three versatile performers tell the tale of a solitary lamplighter, an endearing character who lives by the sea alone, sleepwalks, enjoys music, food and drink, follows the news in…
Rachel Rose Reid is a young storyteller who places herself firmly within a long tradition of oral storytelling.
A harrowing first-hand account of a cycle of transformation from victim of circumstance to victim of fate told by a character who just wants to find a quiet spot where he can just …
Hes a velvety-voiced opera singer with a voice to die for.
This recipe for an autobiographical slideshow sandwich with musical filling could so easily have turned out to be unappetising.
With deliciously ridiculous names, fantastic situations, a plot that would make Ian Fleming grin with delight, and toothpaste taking on a significance you would never credit it wit…
Airealism attempt to mix circus and theatre to tell a tale of love gone wrong.
Titus Groan, heir to the great crumbling kingdom of Gormenghast is fourteen.
It starts with a chalk circle traced upon the ground.
Director Daniel Goldman and Multi-talented musican-actor-storyteller John Hinton join forces again after their collaboration on Crunch! the history of the apple told in an h…
In a musical style reminiscent of Claude-Michel Schönberg ballads, Daniel Cainer sings his big, broad Jewish heart out to entertain, engage, enlighten his audience.
A bed, a body covered in a fire-black veil, a single rose, long-stemmed, green-leaved in a slim vase at the foot.
Tortoise in a Nutshell tell the story of a little string boy who is left out of things, so he goes off on an adventure of self-discovery and returns.
Life in a rooming house in New Yorks East 10th Street is the subject of this gripping one-man show, which is billed rather pompously as a self portrait with empty house.
Humour is at its most poignant against a background of human tragedy.
Its a conventional play with a difference
acted out on stage, with an audience seated front-on
in the dark.
Two film-makers, filming the lighthouse on Beachy Head for a documentary about lighthouses unwittingly come back with video footage of a mans last moments before committing suici…
Their flyer is designed like a book which unfolds into a poster.
Arthur Conan Doyles story of The Lost World is brought to life using live animation and music by the members of The Paper Cinema.
From their first entrance, comic duo Patrice Thibaud and Phillipe Leygnac had the audience in hysterics.
There are big names behind this show which starts with some stunning visual film sequences from the Wellcome Trust.
It all started well enough.
Xavier Mortimer is a talented magician-musician-mime artist and clown.
The world-class Ragamala Dance Company returns to the Edinburgh Fringe this year with a soul-moving performance of South Indian Classical Bharatanatyam dance.
This is a very clever, wonderfully traditional, old-fashioned theatrical adaptation of the timeless classic tale of life by a riverbank.
Storytelling and theatre meet in a comic theatrical retelling of two classic tales retold with fun and vigour.
This one-man show features engaging storytelling with a fruit and veg theme.
Lindgrens classic story of bravery and self-sacrifice is retold with cinematic scope and vision in this adaptation by Lionheart Productions and The Pleasance Theatre.
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