Umshado (meaning ‘the wedding’) is a potpourri of African heritage, music and dance.
After sell-out productions of Sunshine on Leith, Oliver! and Les Misérables School Edition, Captivate Theatre brings you the most uplifting and rousing songs from the world of mus…
On his way home from battle, Brave Macbeth meets the witches who tell him that he will become king.
Trying to do a hallowed musical such as Les Miserables at the Fringe is a bit of a rigged game.
Captivate Theatre is thrilled to bring Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd to the Edinburgh Fringe.
You’ve heard them on the radio and seen them on the television, now join William Hanson and Diana Mather, leading etiquette experts, live on stage in this tongue-in-teacup foray in…
An evening of performance in the middle of the afternoon.
Clara Glynn’s play Safe Place hits the stage this fringe festival, bringing us a tale of unlikely friendship whilst making deep and insightful comments on the relationship between …
Costa Rica’s leading student acting company brings Christopher Durang’s classic comedy to edfringe.
Join Ewan Spence and the team behind the BAFTA nominated ‘Edinburgh Fringe Radio Show And Podcast’ at this year’s daily recordings of the live show in the Rose Theatre .
Winner: Melbourne Festival Discovery Award 2016.
A midnight cabaret featuring “the wildest acts from across the Fringe” is setting itself up for some pretty high standards.
Hey kids, grab your parents, parents grab your cash and get on down to the best game show in town.
At Magic Nostalgic every half an hour someone (and it could be you) is invited up on stage to spin a wheel.
Musical comedy versions of Macbeth, and Romeo and Juliet.
Good theatre should make you feel something and by that definition alone, this was great theatre.
When people told themselves their past with stories, explained their present with stories, foretold their future with stories, the best place by the fire was kept for the Storytell…
Captivate Theatre brings Lionel Bart’s timeless musical to life.
Captivate Theatre’s cast of fresh-faced talent do not disappoint in this adaptation of Annie.
Football wasn’t always a game for the masses.
Life has three guarantees: you’re born, you die and if your name is Rio, you dance on the sand.
***** (Time Out, Sydney).
First Prize winner (Gilded Balloon Sitcom Trials 2016) Kate Bowes Renna brings her new satirical comedy to the fringe.
Here’s a heartfelt invitation to experience a never-before-seen mix of climate science, psychology and surrealist dance in which we attempt to remake ourselves just in time for a…
Fémage a Trois is Loquiter Theatre’s production of three twenty-minute monologues, performed by three women in three different circles of life.
New York City, 1943.
Clearing out their former local cinema seems like the dream job for two old pals (Andy Gray and Grant Stott), but in the process of stirring memories and re-creating scenes from th…
After eight years on BBC’s River City, Gary’s leaving his role as hairdresser Robbie behind.
Pain! Shame! Confusion! Or.
The Lulu Show: Life on the Never-Never is exactly what you want from a cabaret.
Once upon a time, when folks did as they pleased and the world was good, there lived a girl called.
Christopher Macarthur-Boyd genuinely feels like it’s the dawn of the apocalypse.
It’s four years since Rob Lloyd first brought this autobiographical, Doctor Who-related show to Edinburgh.
Scottish Comedian of the Year Rosco McClelland delves deeper to find out what makes him tick, using psychedelic storytelling to traverse through a life-changing event.
It’s 1979 and Scottish darts star Jocky Wilson is in America to play an exhibition match.
What’s your life worth? In a horribly plausible near future, a government obsessed with capping the spiralling pensions deficit has come up with a price.
Weed lube, throuple therapy and one life-altering text message.
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