The Fool follows the events leading to the incarceration of its 3 main characters thanks to a law known as ‘Kevin’s Bill’.
You have been cordially invited to time travel, to where the poetry of the Tang dynasty – an artistic pinnacle on par with Shakespeare and Dante – is brought to life by this tr…
It’s often hard to find anything particularly original about an original adaptation of any of Shakespeare’s great plays these days, but The Taming of the Shrew done in traditiona…
Kids love to be involved when watching a show and we provide you with such a chance! Dance and sing together and even try on traditional ethnic costumes with this group of young da…
Literature narrows the gap between diverse nations.
Will poor Viola ever find her twin brother Sebastian? Expect adventure, suspense and lots of laughs.
South African sensations return.
Hilarious and moving spontaneous show reveals the dramas that transpire when an older TV actress from Hi-De-Hi and a younger classical actor get together and stage their own play.
William Shakespeare is back for his 400th anniversary, but he needs your help with his newest play.
A stunningly original Korean update of the classic play.
Cirque du Soleil acrobat James Kingsford-Smith returns to the Fringe with his twisted and deeply hysterical new solo show.
Shakespeare’s body of work is well-traveled by theatrical patrons – some might say imposingly so.
Around the World in 80 Days is one of Jules Verne’s famous adventure novels.
Show your Hope is a mobile art exhibition by Dutch storyteller Mr Martin who has been travelling all over the world with a van full of paintings since 2003.
The inner struggle of who we are, and who we should be.
Storyteller and performer Brooke Laing performs and delights in an interactive action-packed adventure through an enchanted forest where a miserable witch has been up to mischief.
Attention customers: the store will be closing in five minutes.
The English Rose of the contemporary cabaret scene, Sue Casson, returns for a second year with another mouth-watering smörgåsbord of song, satire and shortbread.
Taiwan’s indigenous peoples have inhabited the island for 12,000 years, and seen many new cultures arrive and depart over the centuries.
Come to the Globe Playhouse and meet William Shakespeare himself! An enchanting journey through Shakespeare’s most famous characters will start a love for his work that will last a…
Divided by their differences, two men are united by one similarity: they both have the nasty habit of standing on landmines.
Whilst on tour, Angus was facing certain death.
Comedy! Circus! Cabaret! at our five venues: C, our powerhouse of performance on Chambers Street.
A World War One Centenary recital of organ music from the era: Vierne’s 4th Symphony, (1914), Howells’s 3rd Rhapsody (1918), three Reger pieces from op145 (1915-16).
Set at the fictional Celebrity Café, this cabaret features sketches, song, and the baking of mini-cupcakes.
If this production is anything to go by (The Reel) Macbeth is by no means a tragedy; instead it’s a demonic kilt-adorned joke.
Hailing from the beautiful lands of Yunnan, Tribal Trip consists of: the La-Hu Wang NieJing, DingNan on drums and the mystical dancing of Shi XueYan combines folk music from Russia…
Tulegur Gangzi, a modern nomad and a versatile musician from Inner-Mongolia who has combined traditional Mongolian throat singing Khoomei with contemporary music, rock and folk, wh…
The Lincoln Theatre Company presents an avant-garde evening, jam-packed with the surreal.
Part choral performance, part spoken word, Dreams of Peace and
Freedom charts the development of the European Convention of Human Rights,
reciting passages from one of its main c…
This production of Shakespeare’s classic and well loved comedy is set in the pretty garden of a church.
Cameron Mackintosh Award winning company, ‘The Hungry Bitches’ return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with their latest offering, ‘Americana’.
Most of us don’t think too hard about what we post online.
In the programme notes, the translation for the word Bruchlandung is “crash landing”.
Immersive multimedia experience performed by the Amplified Elephants and the BOLT Ensemble, directed by James Hullick.
The long walk to the remote control.
‘I’d like to take the opportunity to ask every one of you to listening in, whoever and wherever you may be, to pause for a moment and contemplate the events of the past few hours…
Sue Casson’s ‘charming and radiant’ (AYoungerTheatre.
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