In this blues-based reflection on the modern condition, these virtuosic musicians explore traditional topics of the blues (work, money and society) with a contemporary twist.
A unique take on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream from a Russian company dedicated to the Bard.
Charlie Dupré’s Macblair reimagines the political life of Tony Blair as, to quote the production’s marketing, ‘a Shakespearean tragicomedy’.
Company of Rogues invites us into an intriguing, yet convoluted, tale of a time-travelling gent sent to redeem himself by saving a schizophrenic in 1980s Australia.
For a one-man play, Enda Walsh’s Misterman feels almost mythically large in its intensity.
The alternative late-night Fringe experience returns.
Cathy’s just been thrown out of the supermarket for stealing, but she’s not a junkie, and she’ll kill any c*nt who says she is.
This mesmerising adaptation of Stefan Zweig’s novella gives you no choice but to be completely immersed into a tiny room with a Nazi prisoner, as he attempts to cling to sanity u…
A finely-woven, patterned rug hangs from the ceiling, its design typical of the region.
The raucous and entertaining tale of the pompous and deluded Doctor who lives with an idiotic manservant, Zanni.
It’s 54 years since the last conscripted British citizens returned to civilian life after completing their National Service.
This extremely famous one-handed actor shares his hilarious encounters with the world.
The Iconoclasts is a perfect example of why one should never go into a show with any expectations.
Siren Theatre Co’s Good With Maps is a multi-faceted story masterfully guided by Jane Phegan who takes us through this one woman show.
There’s certainly a lot going on in Alpha: physical theatre, beat poetry and live music combine as the company confides their desires and secrets with their audience.
It is a rare treat to hear a dramatised performance of Shakespeare’s first published work, Venus and Adonis.