Following a sell-out 2013 Annuale, Deirdre Robertson's debut Fringe show is a playful collaboration with Inflatablemonster (sculptor Andrew MacVicar). It brings together a slightly dark, humour-tinged assemblage of Robertson's own storytelling, poetry and artwork with MacVicar's tragicomic sculptures. Expecthumour, ambiguity, melancholy and absurdity with tales of misadventures running New Year celebrations, the Damien Hirst show at Tate, returning to art college at 45 and the delights of regularly commuting to London by Megabus sleeper. Co-directed by Richard Preston, Paul J Creegan and Iain Martin. Music by Jezz Alexander.