Numbers starts with Jack (Henry Waddon) in a therapy session on a sparse stage and moves through the chain of events that took him there.
The devil went down to Edinburgh and was defeated by five local boys in fierce fiddlin’ combat.
Tim runs the website Holy Land.
This 50-minute adaptation of Hamlet is one for Shakespeare lovers with short attention spans.
Blindfolded and restrained behind a wall of screens, a journey through podcasts, audio porn and physical exhaustion awaits.
‘Your children are not your children.
Flamenco guitarist Raul Mannola and dancer Aylin Eleonora bring their vision and tradition to a spectacle of passion and rhythm! Enjoy the sublime beauty of real flamenco, coloured…
We are living through a renaissance of plays in verse, and if you need proof I can furnish few better than Fires Our Shoes Have Made by Fringe newcomers Pound of Flesh Theatre.
Alyona Ageeva’s Physical Theatre PosleSlov return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the third year with a piece that feels very much like a direct sequel to last year’s Sky …
The extraordinary story of Captain Ahab’s obsessive vengeance against the mighty leviathan, the great white whale who rid him of his leg.
The alternative late-night Fringe experience returns.
Heartwarming, funny and bursting with energy, The Kiss tells the story of an unlikely friendship between two soldiers.
This multimedia theatrical experience explores an old Istanbul mansion’s transition from Ottoman to modern eras, through video art and traditional Turkish music, live looping and…
Following the death of his predecessor, an established theatre producer takes on the most expensive Broadway musical of all time.
A fast-paced, farcical retelling of one of South Africa’s most infamous criminals, Andre Stander, the policeman turned gunman.
Tonight’s the night.
When Dave dies and is sent back to the living, he is only visible to his best friend Jimmy.
Does a body make us human? Does it have a soul? What hides beneath nudity? What is nudity itself? Nudity is extreme openness and vulnerability and, at the same time, an incomprehen…
Skylar MacDonald loves facts.
Where is Happy Prince? Where are our neighbours? Happy Prince will find love with you! A beautiful story which sets a fire in the hearts of children and adults, from internationall…
Britain’s Got Talent approached Mark Bunyan last October to sing on their programme but two days before his London Palladium debut, the BGT lawyers decided that his song about ap…
A struggling movie actress and an aspiring horror writer are on the very brink of success – each just a compromise away.
Springing up from the wreckage of his famous car (a Spider), James Dean talks honestly, candidly and sometimes with discomfort about his life.
Other Peoples Teeth is a unique, visceral and violent vignette, exploring the emotional depths of brutality.
The Fear follows the lives of students, Ash, Ferg and Sam as they attempt to navigate their way through the ups and downs of their final year of university whilst struggling to cop…
Simon Hall is a comedy writer, TV icon and national treasure, who finds himself arrested under suspicion of never having told a joke.
A play in 10 short scenes.
Inspired by Monica Lewinsky’s reappearance in the media, Blancmontage Theatre Group sets out to find the real story behind the White House intern and her famous relationship with…
Finnish Oulu traditional dance and folk music combines traditional Scottish dance and contemporary dance styles.
“Arf, Arf, Arffff.
Every now and then a sparkling gem comes bubbling to the surface of the Fringe.
The alternative late-night Fringe experience returns, to a new home at C aquila amid the hustle and bustle of the Royal Mile.
As you arrive in the space, the audience is serenaded by a cacophony of sounds which are not precisely music (this is a theme that will become repeated throughout the hour), and on…
Two intertwined monologues about womanhood and immigration merge, coalesce and diverge.
Paris, 1971: The optimism of the last decade is faltering, and women are fighting for equal rights.
Caustic Comedy Nights is a jocular experience featuring the world’s top stand-up comedians, perfect for a lively Edinburgh crowd! This stand-up comedy cultivation-project and the…
In 1988 the treasurer of the Bristol Revunions emptied the comedy troupe’s bank account and fled to Paraguay, leaving the society bankrupt and forcing the group to disband.
Drifting Towers is a noughties adventure video game set in a bleak futuristic cityscape.
Comedy! Circus! Cabaret! A Festival feast of live performance.
A comedy about the impossible task of making friends.
Eve escapes her mind with work, drink and sex.
This gripping new play is a dramatic exploration of three characters’ struggle with anorexia, as we watch Libby, Kate and Jonathan fight to regain control of their lives from the…
A one-person comedy show with art and passion.
Writer/comedian David Head and singer/songwriter Matt Glover of Sincere Deceivers present a performance of silly love stories and melancholy folk pop.
Devised, new-writing comedy unlike any other.
Blood, sweat, and.
A darkly comic new musical about love, loss and being different.
Spyro and Jim. Two squaddies. Find themselves trapped in an old warehouse. Why are they there? Is there a way out? And how long can they keep going before the cracks begin to show?
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