Composer James Glasgow (Secondhand Dance Company, Edinburgh Fringe Critic’s Choice winner) performs new music composed for the award-winning poems of Mario Moroni as Moroni recit…
Miremba, a Ugandan woman forced to leave her girlfriend and marry.
A dystopian world that reimagines what it means to confine love.
Taylor & Leigh return to the Fringe, bringing soulful Country Blues.
Internationally acclaimed 10-string guitarist Matthew Fagan combines musical passion and virtuosity to celebrate el Vito – the Spirit of Spain.
Premiered in Japan in 2015, brand new to the Fringe this year, Ricardo and Yuichiro present their unique blend of flamenco and jazz! This is a five-star production, aimed to surpri…
The magic of New York is effectively captured in 89 Nights, a new musical from Troubadour Stageworks.
Leaving the theatre with no idea what you have just seen but having enjoyed it immensely is perhaps an appropriate response to a production of Antonin Artaud’s To Have Done With …
Reflecting the presence of imagery in the modern world, GIF draws parallels between animation and real life.
After sold-out shows, rave reviews and standing ovations at Adelaide Fringe and Edinburgh Fringe, Lord of the Strings! – the ultimate one-man guitar show, first created for touri…
In the moments before his death, America’s most celebrated author of the macabre reveals how his sins and the tragedies of his life lead to his descent into madness and alcoholis…
Three Colours Guitar return to the Fringe with their critically acclaimed music show featuring jazz, classical and Celtic fingerstyle.
Sofía & Marcelo are an innovative Mexican duo who combine different musical elements to achieve an experience in the spectator.
Celebrated Viennese crossover cellist Peter Hudler returns to the Fringe with his brand-new show after a successful run in 2017.
A history in story and in song, of the terraces at Anfield Football Ground known as the Kop.
Comedy! Circus! Cabaret! A Festival feast of live performance.
A brand new wacky comedy musical for all ages! How do you keep life exciting when you live forever? Dracula needs to find something to do now that his arch nemesis has been defeate…
Prag’s programme is chosen from the pieces that inspired him in his early days: including a Bach Prelude and Fugue, masterpieces by Barrios and Albeniz, and lyrical contemporary …
Two funny and disturbing short plays by Caryl Churchill.
Fun and frenetic cabaret revue combining songs, sketches and observations in a hilarious celebration of the world’s biggest arts festival.
Intimate solo cabaret featuring Deborah Brennan as storyteller and songstress.
Soar with Sam on his thrilling migration North! Journey through wondrous landscapes, meet the creatures that inhabit them, and see the impact of pollution and climate change.
A magical rollercoaster noir mystery tour through Japanese children’s folklore.
C Theatre’s production of Robin’s Hood is a silly pantomime style show featuring the classic characters.
Three Colours Guitar’s exciting new music show blends jazz, classical and Celtic fingerstyle.
This jump-cutting adaptation of Shelagh Stephenson’s drama following two generations of domestic abuse is a decent attempt at a school-level production.
It is ten years since Simon Stephens captured the chaos of London in 2005: within a few days London went from celebrating Live8 and the announcement that they would be hosting the …
Edinburgh sibilings Taylor & Leigh return to the Fringe after last year’s sell-out show, bringing their blisteringly-hot country blues.
This little-known musical is tremendous fun in its own right, but the extremely talented and energetic cast of The Great American Trailer Park Musical make it engaging for a full 9…
“A musical about two serial killers,” is how Buried: A New Musical by Colla Voce Theatre describes itself.
Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story won the first Broadway Baby Bobby Award in 2014 as one of the most outstanding productions of that year’s Festival Fringe.
Feel that southern Spanish energy! Fringe sell-out returns to Edinburgh, bringing the opportunity for your child to come on stage and learn some rhythms, some steps and even do a s…
Time-bending Ruby lives parallel lives: one an eighties boxer, one a computer coder for a modern-day startup; battling sexism and expectations in both decades.
Movement and grace: a Dowland galliard, rousing Bach gavottes, a rippling Russian polka, the compelling rhythms of Cuba and South America.
Captain Zarg and Williamina Foxx are Guardians of the Universe.
Cockadoodlemoo is a brand new moo-sical for all the family! Join a prize-winning cow, sassy fox, playful dog and forgetful sheep who each have a lot to learn about friendship, lone…
A colourful mix of styles, genres and characters, from Viennese cellist Peter Hudler.
From the University of Southampton Gone Rogue theatre company bring Adam Gwon’s 2008 musical Ordinary Days to the Fringe.
UCLU Musical Theatre Society’s Fringe production of the Joe Dipietro’s fast paced musical comedy is an incredibly entertaining and fast paced journey into the world of dating, …
If your idea of chillin’ is sitting in the armchair with a cup of cocoa and a novel, you probably won’t feel at ease with this play.
Japan’s Elegant Breeze proudly presents an insight into the music and culture of Japan.
Push to Shove Theatre Company have devised a simplified version of Dracula giving it the justice it deserves without taking anything away from Bram Stoker’s original concept.
Arriving from sell-out performances at the Adelaide Fringe, Jonathan’s love of travelling is a clear inspiration to his choice of music.
A beautiful flower is born with the help of something dirty, trivial and unexpected.
As seen on BBC Four television and winner of the 2015 Adelaide Fringe Weekly Award for Best Music Show, Declan Zapala returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with his fourth conse…
It’s alive! It’s alive! From the makers of Sketchup comes Sketchup 2: The Reawakening! A sketch show that is sure to tickle your comedy tendons into turmoil and tumult!
Modl return to the Fringe with an adaptation of the Korean folktale The Woodcutter and Tiger Brother.
Comedy! Circus! Cabaret! At our five venues across the city: C, our powerhouse of performance on Chambers Street.
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