Two pantomime stars keep complaining about people walking through their dressing room as they prepare for their performance, but not everything is good between them.
Sure, we all get a bit stressed sometimes.
A plane crash leaves only teenagers alive on an uninhabited Indonesian island.
Back for its 10th year this show bounces with energy.
When four terrible directors start casting and their ego is way greater than their talent, what chance do the auditionees have? This funny and light-hearted show with a very talent…
Come and take part in an immersive courtroom experience where you decide the cases outcome.
How does an artist keep going when all seems hopeless? Seeking an answer, a failed artist in New York visits the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2016.
Hey That’s My Wife! is a comedic spin on the classic works of Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller that follows two advertising executives, Charlie Moore and Roger Sloan, as they…
Are you Yes or No or Maybe Aye or Maybe No? This play takes us from 2014 up to the present day and looks at the independence debate with wit and humour as two families decide how t…
Avenue Q is back after its sell-out 2019 run.
Welcome to Edinburgh’s newest drag show.
Coming off a sell-out tour of Edinburgh in 2021, up-and-coming stars Luke Terry, Katie Kamola and Ed Thorne (with appearances from Jonnie Smith on select performances) return to th…
The story of William Wallace as seen through his eyes.
A dance competition that brings burlesque into the mainstream and opens up this dance genre to a whole new audience.
Back for its third year running and getting better every year.
UK’s No 1 swing band, The Jive Aces, present their biggest theatre show to date The Big Beat Revue! Also featuring Kara Lane, Lottie B and Grazia Bevilacqua, this show features t…
A partially sane imprisoned zombie tries outwitting his zookeeper interrogator, swearing a zombie army is coming to free him.
This five-star show returns to the Fringe following last year’s success.
The National newspaper and ELT short playwright winners.
Featuring puppets and singers, this musical comedy set in New York bounces along at a great speed with some fantastic songs to help it along its way.
Following on from our success last year, the gin-tasting show is back with comedy and songs interspersing our three free gin tastings.
The true story of a forgotten Scottish hero, the Reverend Donald Caskie, who was known as the Tartan Pimpernel, when the Germans invaded France in 1940.
Come along and eat haggis, neeps and tatties, and find out the life story of Robert Burns.
Shang is back for its eighth year.
Come along and indulge yourself in Lionel Bart’s original Oliver! This youthful cast brings his songs and dialogue to life as they sing and dance their way through Dickens’ squalid…
A play, a pie and a drink are all included. But did the crime take place or not? A courtroom drama where you are the jury. Hear the evidence, you decide the outcome. A must-see.
Follow Johnny’s life as he moves from small town America to the bright lights and party life of Tinseltown.
A teenage Scottish rapper leaves home to pursue his dreams across the Atlantic in New York City.
Alfie and George, two panto stars, sit in their dressing room as we watch their world coming apart.
The Edinburgh Fringe programme’s standard listing format provides a simple yet clear message about Thief at the Hill Street Theatre.
Yes it’s panto at the Fringe! Mother Goose is making its debut at the Fringe in this fast moving Scottish comedy panto classic.
A late-night open mic cabaret night which is open to all Fringe performers: so music, comedy and performance is all on the cards.
Students Peter and Jason meet and fall in love at a Catholic boarding school but everything is conducted in secret and hidden behind lies.
Each evening we will be performing our sultry cabaret which includes three free samples of either whisky or gin in your free shot glass as we inform you how whisky and gin are made…
When four over-the-top directors go looking for the next big star they find a problem.
Haggis, Neeps and Burns is about as Scottish as tartan and the trinity.
Fringe madness has descended once again with the weird and wonderful from all over the globe in our bonnie wee city.
Back for its seventh year at the Fringe! Shang is back! This is life growing up in 70s Scotland.
This jukebox musical, based on Twelfth Night and Elvis music, is a fantastic, foot-tapping show.
Sailor thrives in the bars, dives and doss houses of the most squalid ports.
Come along and enjoy a fantastic sing-along to the musical classics.
Ever wondered how to do the Rocky Horror show? Need cues for rice and paper? This show will answer all your questions as you join in with the fun.
A Fringe premiere performed together with Fergus of Galloway: two Scottish operas by Alexander McCall Smith set to music by Tom Cunningham, with a cast of singers, instrumentalists…
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