“When a man starts a war against the State, it’s a war he cannot win,” says our nominal hero Willie McKay at the point in this play when the writer presumes we will sympathis…
What shape does an improvised silent film take? The process is already under way: one actor holds out a piece of chalk to spectators as they enter, while another beckons to them en…
A moving, honest and comical one-man show exploring issues of homophobia in sport through the experiences of a young professional rugby player, James Hall, as he deals with the med…
Virginia Woolf’s Orlando is an odd book.
Combining different dance styles including ballet, jazz, tap and modern, The Houston City Dance Company use wit and pathos in eight different pieces, using six female dancers and t…
A modern-day adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry V, with the conflict re-worked to England vs Scotland.
Pilgrimage to Loch Ness and a chance at redemption, Jack is an exciting new work that examines Scotland’s modern identity through the stories of her people.
The Craic Was Mighty is a fast-paced and hilarious condensation of Irish history into one hour of lunacy.
A variety show with comedians and actors talking .
Revenge is a dish best served cold.
This show has an attractive title and a premise brimming with potential: a series of scenes between Hamlet and Ophelia in the years prior to the events of Hamlet, combined with dia…
Fighting a giggle fit is not what an
audience member should be doing during the first half of Julius Caesar.
This one-man-show chronicling a young rugby star’s struggle with sexuality, love, and being ‘outed’ against his will is sincere, powerful, and entertaining.
Celebrating 13 years at the Fringe, Dance-Forms Productions will rock the house presenting Andrey Merkuriev, Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation and leading soloist of the Bo…
This one man show follows Friar Lawrence (Richard Kurnow) a year on from
the deaths of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, now living in bitter exile and
earning his keep in an apo…
Fundamentalists is a documentary-style drama involving an ex-serviceman from the Afghanistan war who is at a recovery hospital in Wiltshire.
Montreal-based Paul van Dyck brings imagination and passion to this polished one-man telling of John Milton’s Paradise Lost.
Christian Cagigal’s Obscura is an utterly charming magic show, but it’s more than that: it’s a theatrical experience incorporating card tricks, music boxes and storytelling.
Finding the Will in association with The Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham presents Bard Heads: The Queen’s Speech.
‘Amazingly jaw dropping, extraordinarily brilliant’ (Fest Magazine).
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