My Amigo Giovanni is a real-life story that addresses the friendship, love, and queer brotherhood between Elliot and Giovanni.
An online global sacred dance community.
Have you ever kept a ticket from a gig or been worried about how much to put in the bucket at the end of a free show? Well join us to find out what happens when researchers and com…
No breaks! No editing! No sleep! The first 24-hour online show in Edinburgh Fringe history, this live*, interactive, one-time-only extravaganza is the world premiere of a crowdsour…
An artistic couple expose their daily rituals and lockdown coping routines, digitally unleashing two eccentric performance personas bent on transforming their Edinburgh home into a…
HomeGrown is an immersive online theatrical experience that invites its participants to explore the possibilities in their space, in their circumstances and in themselves.
Join us for an unprecedented collaboration of music, poetry, and science that celebrates creativity, hope and life.
Earth’s funniest footwear are back with a new hour of songs, sketches, and Gags Sans Frontieres (with a Eurovision twist) featuring live and interactive voting.
The Stone Host is the high-quality video version of the play of the same name, that was made with the integration of 3D copies of actors and scenery by project Theatre 360 Degrees.
We’re going through big changes in our understanding of sex and sexuality – and of what it means to be human.
When a collection of colourful characters come together to perform their most recent play adaptation via Zoom, surely nothing can go wrong.
One actor performs for audiences of one.
After a momentous sell-out run at the 2020 Buxton Fringe (resulting in the only award of the festival) But Why? and The D8R Collective are delighted to bring their market tested an…
One worry has kept me awake at night: What happened to Wonderland after Alice returned home? I’m about to find out, as me and my fellow rabbit hole divers play the part of Alice …
Dean’s personal take on the craziness that’s befallen America, and the world, these past six years.
To do list: house, get partner, career, smokin’ body and family.
Come one, come all! Gather around our virtual campfire and listen to the silliest, spookiest stories we can come up with – entirely improvised! With a fresh set of tales each nig…
A virtual mini-festival celebrating classic literature online.
Join Invisible Cities’ award-winning tour guide Paul as he returns to tell you all about the women of Leith throughout history, from Mary of Guise to Mary Moriarty.
Comedy for the Curious is the comedy chat show where curiosity and stand-up comedy are combined.
Interactive Virtual Museum Tour live from Shakespeare’s Schoolroom and Guildhall in Stratford-upon-Avon.
When a fire rips through Serbia, Peter’s Instagram posts of the dramatic wilderness abruptly stop.
Macready: for over thirty years, William Charles Macready (1793-1873) was the preeminent actor of the Victorian theatre.
Fiercely fabulous and fictitious Las Vegas lounge legend, Trudy Carmichael has lived (and nearly died), loved (and often lost) more than most mere mortals, but she gets through all…
Earth’s funniest footwear revive their classic 2015 crime show for one night only! From Scandi Noir to Dixon of Dock Green, from The Sweeney to Line Of Duty, all cops and robbers g…
Malcolm Hardee and Morecambe Fringe Award winner presents her C*nt! C*nt! is an irreverent poke into the controversy and clout of the C-word and an opportunity to indulge the simp…
Not to be missed! A dance pop spectacular! Marcus Megastar is bringing his glitz, glamour and jaw-dropping prosthetic looks to save the party with his new sizzling show from some o…
Your Servant, Mephistopheles follows the demonic deuteragonist as they keep up after a young John Faustus and dodge their boss, Lucifer.
The Life of Hokusai: a freak or a great artist? This work takes you on a non-verbal journey that depicts the anguished inner life of Hokusai through dance, Japanese traditional ins…
La Nela De Socartes is an uplifting musical tragedy on love, opportunity and change.
It’s 1360 and John Carpenter has started work on the new church spire in Chesterfield.
Perth’s Jambouree Cabaret Singers, directed by Edna Auld, have missed coming together for performances, but this has emboldened their solo voices.
At the height of the pandemic, nine friends longing for contact reconnect for a bit of normality in an online New Year’s Eve party.
A darkly witty take on the American pop art icon Andy Warhol and the woman who shot him, Valerie Solanas.
Both a rom-com and a serious work, you can treat My Zoom Call with Andre like a game rather than merely a movie.
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