Could there be a more relevant show for our society? A shocking 50 years after the workers’ strike at the Ford Dagenham plant, women are still fighting for equal pay and conditio…
To be well or not to be well, that is the question.
The true and ongoing struggle of a family ripped apart, after Nazanin and her baby daughter were taken in Tehran in 2016.
Is porn misogynistic or female empowerment in action? Why don’t we talk about porn? What impact does porn have on teenagers, adults and children? Is porn ultimately a good thing …
Feminism is a tricky word.
Whoever you are, you’ll only know first love once.
13 is a hilarious, coming-of-age musical about discovering that cool is sometimes where we least expect it.
From Andorra to Zanzibar, Ricardo Garcia has taken his fabulous flamenco guitar on journeys far and wide! Collaborating is his thing and here you can see the eclectic results of hi…
Green Day’s visceral and provocative Grammy and two-time Tony Award-winning musical.
Pitch Purple is back at the Fringe, bringing you more award-winning a cappella! Putney High School’s stellar a cappella group made their debut last year at the Fringe and this ye…
Molière’s classic comedy is reinvented as a dynamic piece of physical performance.
Long before Luke Skywalker, another hero mastered the sabre, and fought imperial forces.
Fiesta in sunshine.
Oxford’s award-winning, all-female a cappella group is back to take you on a musical journey through time.
The story follows Jim Hawkins on her journey to find adventure away from her mundane existence.
‘Grief is a guest who stays too long.
Goldoni’s boisterous 18th-century Italian comedy collides with 21st-century American pop culture.
Oxford’s internationally renowned jazz a cappella group are back! Having toured internationally and competed across the UK as finalists in BBC Choir of the Year 2012 and 2014, th…
Assassins is a show of rich thematic complexity, difficult harmonies and challenging characterisation.
Twelve-year-old Elsa and her cat Igor set off to the shops and discover a small hole in the pavement that is sucking in the air around it.
It was only a look. A touch. But never a feeling. She thought it had only happened to her. As soon as she told her story, she realised that she was not alone.
A completely improvised silent movie accompanied by live ragtime piano music, inspired by the films and ambience of the 1920s.
Comedy! Circus! Cabaret! A Festival feast of live performance.
Beijing Golden Sails Arts Troupe return to Edinburgh following their previous successes.
2020: Time to make Donald Great Again! But can King Nigel Farage the First of England get his trade deal? When will Kim Jong Un stop messing about with missiles? And why has Vladim…
This is one of two offerings at the Fringe this year from Iulia Benze and Kurt Murray, featuring high energy physical movement, bubble art and audience interaction.
Hold onto your shades as the smash hit returns – back by popular demand! We’re putting the band back together for rhythm’n’blues to remember.
Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens is the plastic-and-glitter-wearing spiritual sister of shows such as The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
There is such a plethora of Donald Trump-inspired shows at Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year, it feels like it should almost become its own genre.
Hip hop dance tale from the proud past of the South Wales valleys.
Expect sharp suits and smooth vocals as Frank, Sammy and Dean hit the stage with their live band.
The Oxford Alternotives are back for their ninth consecutive year at the Fringe.
A man enters and, La Cage Aux Folles style, he sits at a mirror that isn’t there and paints his face in lurid make-up.
2017 hit returns! A magical rollercoaster noir mystery tour through Japanese children’s folklore.
I sat through an hour long fever dream yesterday entitled Timpson the Musical, and to get the recommendation out of the way, I would easily go again.
Relive the magic of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons in this remarkable tribute to the most successful band in music history.
For the 27th run of this Edinburgh Fringe staple, C Theatre have utilised a cast of four to present this contemporary pidgin adaptation of The Taming of the Shrew.
Forget Pitch Perfect.
Scotland meets Spain in this high-energy, intercultural collaboration! Scottish musician and dancers battle and mingle with Flamenco rhythms while the grace and power of the music …
There is something sad about leaving Stand and Deliver, accompanied by the sound of the Adam Ant song referenced in the title of the show.
The cast of Fringe favourite Shakespeare for Breakfast invite you for dinner with a Dickensian twist! Dickens for Dinner returns to Edinburgh after last year’s debut to take on t…
The secret life of man’s best friend is pondered in BARK: The Musical.
Every child goes inside their own bubble! Milkshake’s bubble flower cannot survive a cold winter without bubbles so she must get help from Dr Bubble – and quick! Smoke bubbles,…
Returning to Edinburgh for their eighth year, All the King’s Men are the voices that are defining a genre.
I was unsure what to expect from this performance, but "a musical about Robert Burns" already had my interest piqued.
Music Theatre Warwick returns to the festival with their long-form, entirely improvised musical that is a rollicking good time, even if there are a few kinks that need ironing out.
Join Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy for lashings of ginger beer and some of the most memorable moments of Enid Blyton’s beloved stories.
‘Bottles’ is a stirring piece of theatre exploring the ups and downs of a night on the town through the eyes of a group of young women.
I Love you, You’re Perfect, Now Change is earnestly performed by a youthful and small cast – the reason for scraping the second star – but the uninspired script and the overa…
Travel back to the 1920s to examine the beautiful art of failing.
A man collects stories of lost keys and dreams gone astray, wayward wallets and absent loved ones, abandoned playthings and misplaced memories.
One man’s quest to return to the woman he loves: beating gods and monsters, battling nymphs and sirens, through the underworld and across the Aegean Sea.
Every given year one in four people will experience a very serious diagnosable mental illness – if it’s not you it’s a mate.
Joseph K is a modern day adaptation of Kafka’s The Trial brought to us by students from KGS Theatre Company.
Celebrating the relationship between Katie, a 15-year-old type 1 diabetic girl and Pip, her 5-year-old border collie, trained by Katie to save her life on a daily basis.
As the industrial world collides with agricultural life, China’s traditional folk arts are in decline.
A pure and simple fusion of dance and a music concert.
A spectacular show featuring one of the best mime and impersonator artistes in Europe! Be prepared to be stunned by the quickest change artist and mime comedy entertainer Martin Ke…
Shakespeare’s enduring comedy bubbles with youthful wit.
Based on the true story of the senseless, unsolved stabbing of a teenager, Dan Bishop’s dark comedy explores the impact random acts of violence have on young people, and their un…
Brought to you by the winners of the Voice Festival UK 2017 and 2015, Pitch Purple present a fun-filled show of unique arrangements of their favourite songs.
I wasn’t really in the mood for this show.
Relive the magic of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons in this remarkable tribute to the most successful band in music history.
Oxford’s internationally-renowned jazz a cappella group.
Ricardo Garcia, Spanish Embassy-endorsed internationally travelling flamenco guitarist collaborates with performers from all over the globe, demonstrating the power of music to con…
Award-winning, funny and unpredictable wordless puppet show featuring a stunning variety of innovative electro-luminous objects.
Following last year’s five-star reviews for Sondheim’s Assassins at the Fringe, BB Theatre Productions present a poignant, uplifting musical which explores friendship, ambition and…
Quilliam transported us into their world with this innovative, captivating, controversial performance which examined Islamic radicalisation in a series of complex twists and turns.
Fringe favourite Ricardo Garcia has travelled to four continents, demonstrating the art of Flamenco music, rhythm and dance.
This award-winning, fourteen-strong ensemble brings you innovative a cappella, reimagining songs from a whole host of genres, from 90s R&B, to indie rock, jazz and current chart to…
High-energy blend of Flamenco rhythms with a Scottish twist.
There’s something charming about a fairy tale told in a fundamentally unique manner.
A morning staple of the festival Fringe, Shakespeare for Breakfast (with its customary coffee and croissant) has provided a fun twist on the Bard’s classics at C venues for over …
All new! The unplanned, unscripted and unconventional cult comedy show.
Every child goes inside a bubble! Award-nominated (Fringe World Perth) Dr Bubble and Milkshake present a new bubble story about sharing.
Ever wondered what your favourite pantomime characters did before they became famous? Or what they did after their tale ended? Join the irrepressible Dame Dolly and her lovable son…
Two cultures have thrived, one on each side of an impenetrable wall.
How many times in the past year can you say that you felt genuinely sorry for Michael Gove? Or that you felt goose-bumps (the good kind!) when you heard Theresa May speak? Or perha…
The cast of the sell-out Shakespeare for Breakfast are inviting you back for dinner with a Dickensian twist! Join us for a deliciously daring look at this classic British author, w…
‘I thought they wanted soldiers.
Staging Wittgenstein is a difficult production to categorise.
Hold onto your shades as this smash hit returns – back by popular demand! We’re putting the band back together for a night of rhythm and blues to remember.
Returning to Edinburgh for a 7th year, All The King’s Men are the voices that are defining a genre.
The greatest comeback concert ever! Featuring all your favorite groups you’ve never heard of from the 80s to the present day, including Familiar County, Simon Never Said and The …
What does Happy Hour mean to you? To us it only means one thing: karaoke! But there’s been a catastrophe, the karaoke machine is broken! But don’t worry, Aquapella is here to save …
Medea on Media is not your average spin on an Ancient Greek classic; Seongbukdong Beedoolkee’s production is fearless, irreverent, unsettling and, most surprisingly, a lot of fun…
New York, 1906.
From the Bronze Age to Brexit, get ready to laugh and learn with More or Less Theatre as they present to you a whistle-stop tour through European history that can be enjoyed by bot…
Edges is a musical that follows four individuals’ journeys as they step onto the ladder of adult life.
See Frank, Sammy and Dean’s world-famous recordings brought to life on stage in this sophisticated evening of razor-sharp wit and silky smooth swing.
Sugary pop meets classical opera in Leoe and Hyde’s The Marriage of Kim K.
Told through contemporary and ancient physical storytelling techniques, the National Theatre of China’s Luocha Land is a visual treat.
Korean performance company GGIRIPROJECT aims to create the perfect collaboration between music and martial arts, a pursuit that has resulted in the catchily-titled Monkey Dance: Th…
A new comedy musical from the Cambridge Footlights.
The Cricket is an original story inspired by Pusongling’s famous work, Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio.
When comedian Megan Gogerty is told that she hasn’t got the part of Lady Macbeth, a tragic figure of powerful darkness, because Megan is the human equivalent of a golden retrieve…
From NYC comes a darkly comic guide for brothers everywhere: how to teach, protect and permanently traumatise each other.
‘Tonight, ladies and gentlemen, I am going to show you how to change the world…’ The world’s most notorious terrorist tells his remarkable, provocative and multi award-winnin…
When Sherlock Holmes unknowingly murders his own client, the game is on to track down the criminal mastermind who did it – Holmes himself! But what does Watson’s rent have to do …
Putney Light Operatic Society are bringing a famous English haunting back from the dead with their new musical The Poltergeist of Cock Lane, composed by Steven Geraghty and written…
Double bill showing two faces of dance.
Within the last few years, the improvised musical has become a standard of the Fringe, with at least four in Edinburgh this summer.
Broadway Baby has been covering performing arts across the UK and beyond since 2004.
Please note ticket prices displayed on our homepage are based on best prices seen in an overnight scan. For up-to-the-minute pricing, please visit our Ticketing Site
2004-2023 © Broadway Baby. Broadway Baby and the logo is a registered trademark. All Rights Reserved.
Data provided courtesy of the Edinburgh Festivals Listings API, Brighton Fringe, Encore, Eventotron, OutSavvy and user submissions. We accept no liability for errors or omissions.