Tartuffe

Tartuffe

37 years of Scots comedy on the Fringe. Following on from the success of Educating Agnes and Good Things, we once again return to Liz Lochhead’s wit and originality with her take on Moliere’s Tartuffe… 

The Steamie

The Steamie

Tony Roper's perennial comedy hit is sure to have you laughing and crying in this nostalgic, sad and very funny play. It's Hogmanay and Dolly, Magrit, Doreen and Mrs Culfeathers, with a little help from the not-so-handy Andy, are in a Glasgow wash house getting the washing done before the bells... 

The Amorous Ambassador

The Amorous Ambassador

There’s nothing that says 'Edinburgh Festival Fringe' quite like the portrayal of sex on stage: that said, compared with many of the thousands of shows in Edinburgh this August, there’s an genuine old-school innocence about Michael Parker’s The Amorous Ambassador... 

Ane Servant o' Twa Maisters

Ane Servant o' Twa Maisters

Archie Broon likes a challenge. He certainly gets one when he ends up serving two masters, who are both staying in the same inn, and becomes embroiled in a Scots farce of mistaken identity and marital mix-ups...