The end is nigh.
A multimedia hybrid, part live stand-up, part film, featuring Sylvester McCoy, Linda Marlowe and introducing Eleanor May Blackburn in a tale of two isolated souls and their devilis…
Paul Robeson is a world-famous actor, singer and civil rights campaigner.
Known for his brilliant riffing and playful crowd interaction, American comedian Ray Harrington makes his Fringe debut with an unpredictable mix of material, riffing and crowd work…
Box and Cox, a celebrated 19th-century farce by Maddison Morton, puts centre stage the efforts of scheming landlady, Mrs Bouncer, to double her money by renting the same room to tw…
How many times can a woman be objectified before deciding she’s more human than that? More angry than that… more vengeful than that.
A collaboration between North American artists from Mexico, United States and Canada.
With Sistas Before Mistas as their rally cry, the girls of St.
There’s no such thing as a bad dick, just bad men.
Musician and coach Jennifer Trijo invites you to be mindful as she serenades you with her own form of music therapy.
Actors Repertory Theatre Luxembourg presents a linked trio by Erik Abbott, unfolding across the Covid era and portraying stories of the pandemic with laughter and hope.
It’s May of 2020 and feisty Nana is going crazy because her adult daughter, Melissa, won’t allow her to leave the house.
This revealing new online play tells the true stories of four astronauts, united by a common purpose and a common fate many years apart.
At just 22 years old, writer and performer Mabel Thomas brings her debut solo show Sugar to the Fringe.
Cressida searches for love online.
In this new one-man show, with a full cast via video, playwright and performer John Feffer portrays the fall and unlikely rise of a straight man in a comic world.
In this world premiere, the shimmering beauty of South Indian melodies blends with electronic sound effects and virtuosic improvisation.
What do Silence of the lambs, Psycho and Texas Chain Saw Massacre have in common? The characters of Buffalo Bill, Norman Bates and Leatherface are all based on the real-life killer…
Take a journey of the heart with the band, Rock Salt and Nails, as we share the stories that forged who we are and who we wished to be.
Deena MP Ronayne’s award-winning debut as a writer takes audiences on an emotional journey ranging from fear and hate to delight and joy.
Ensemble Mik Nawooj (EMN) is a hip-hop orchestra from Oakland, California (USA) comprised of an MC, soprano, winds, strings, piano, drums and a turf dancer.
Melissa Center is.
It’s been years since anyone has been allowed outside, mandated by the Executives.
Combining childlike wonder, adult cynicism, and Shakespearean gravitas in his impressively compelling story, master storyteller Dennis Elkins poses increasingly difficult questions…
A palm-reading drag queen tells Jenny she’ll never find love, sending her mind reeling back to high school and a matchmaking scheme that went horribly wrong.
An original solo performance.
London circa 2017.
A comedy play about two veteran local radio DJs finally getting their shot at the big time: the breakfast show on national radio.
After spending 5+ decades on the stage, Siobhan Bremer’s life is more than just a bit theatrical.
Agave is under siege.
Two women cross paths on a journey from Edinburgh to London that takes them much further than they could have foreseen.
King Richard the Lionheart is dead.
From Irish laments to tango, and Bach again, Kenneth Wilson plays a magical selection of immersive music on the cello.
V-Card is a new comedy by Alison Hall about Hazel, a young woman whose friends take it upon themselves to help her resolve her lack of sexual experience when they find out that she…
The original folk music of Glorieta Pines is inspired by the mysticism of the American Southwest.
Winner of LA Times’ Best Production and OC Weekly’s Best Play awards, acclaimed director Annie Loui and CounterBalance Theater present the worldwide premiere of yet another ‘delici…
NYC comedian and “cabaret bitch” Sally Ann Hall offers a hilarious look into her religious upbringing and the dangers and joys of being a female comedian in New York City, with jus…
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