The Screwtape Letters

The Screwtape Letters

This widely acclaimed production returns to the fringe for four performances. Nigel Forde's 'sparkling script' and David Robinson's 'impressive Screwtape' (Stage) bring to life Lewis' classic book, which has sold millions of copies worldwide... 

A Truly Scrumptious Spoonful of Songs

A Truly Scrumptious Spoonful of Songs

Hear your favourite songs performed live from some of the most popular family films of all time – including hits made famous by Dick Van Dyke, Julie Andrews and many others. This revue concert will also give you the chance to hear about how the songs were written, as well as the opportunity to sing-a-long in places... 

Legacy: The Story of Martin Luther

Legacy: The Story of Martin Luther

In the beginning was the Word, but I honestly don’t know which word to begin with when trying to describe this production. It is epic in scope, travelling from Germany to Rome and covering the sixty two years from Martin Luther’s birth to his death, yet intimate at the same time, with a cast of five taking on roles from Pope Leo X to the Devil himself... 

Nancy Crook Organ Recital

Nancy Crook Organ Recital

Experienced organ virtuoso, Nancy Crook, plays a varied programme of familiar and less well known organ masterpieces, including: Fantasia and Fugue in G minor BWV 542 by J S Bach; Recit de Tierce en Taille by Nicolas de Grigny; Piece Heroique in B minor by C Franck; Chorale Fantasias on When I survey and Old 100th by C H Parry; selection from 24 Pieces in Free Style Op 31 Book 2 by L Vierne; and Prelude for a Solemn Occasion, The Sweet Rivulet from the Hovingham Sketches and Fanfare by F Jackson. 

Prévert: Piano and Poetry (Season 3)

Prévert: Piano and Poetry (Season 3)

Prévert: Piano and Poetry is a concert-show created and performed by the young French concert pianist Alexandre Prévert (21 years old) graduated from Conservatoire de Paris. This concert-show is an invitation to go on a musical and poetic journey through time and history, focusing on great classical music composers and great poets, accessible to all audiences... 

Adrian Plass: Out of His Head

Adrian Plass: Out of His Head

What better way for Adrian Plass to celebrate 30 years as a professional writer than to bring a wonderful show to the Fringe. He is joined by his wife Bridget on stage as well as the Searchlight Theatre Company bringing drama and live music to the party... 

Questioning Aslan: An Evening With CS Lewis

Questioning Aslan: An Evening With CS Lewis

CS Lewis and a troubled, questioning student in a scintillating and spellbinding 90 minutes in the study of the famous Oxford don and bestselling author. The production was a huge hit at the the 2013 Fringe with a four-star review from BroadwayBaby... 

Would You Adam and Eve It?

Would You Adam and Eve It?

Take two funny men and ask them to create a hilarious dash through Genesis and Exodus in just under 90 minutes. Lots of laughs and floods and snakes and plagues. Thou must turn up and have a good giggle... 

Prévert: Piano and Poetry – Free

Prévert: Piano and Poetry – Free

This original one-man show entitled Prévert: Piano and Poetry, was created and interpreted by the 20-year-old French concert pianist Alexandre Prévert. It is a concert show that combines major works for classical piano with poetry, staged in a simple fashion that is accessible to all audiences... 

Remember Edith Cavell

Remember Edith Cavell

100 years ago Nurse Edith Cavell was shot for assisting allied soldiers out of Belgium. Her death prompted a nationwide outcry and made her into a reluctant heroine. She wanted to be remembered only as a nurse, but instead she is remembered as someone who did more than her duty and for whom patriotism was never enough... 

The Soul in the Machine – George Williams, YMCA Founder

The Soul in the Machine – George Williams, YMCA Founder

‘We are more than bodies to be fed to a machine. We are made for more than work. We have souls, we have spirits and somewhere in this dead city there must be a place for those things... 

Woodbine Willie

Woodbine Willie

Woodbine Willie, the affectionate nickname of the World War One chaplain Reverend Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy. He quickly volunteered for the trenches with the immediate intention of sharing his faith and his fags in equal measure... 

Darkness Falls – John's Gospel

Darkness Falls – John's Gospel

The Gospel of John is the most interesting of all the New Testament gospels. While the other synoptic gospels share material, over 90% of John’s Gospel is unique. It is also traditionally considered a ‘spiritual’ writing as opposed to the more historical writing of Matthew, Mark and Luke... 

Chariot: The Eric Liddell Story

Chariot: The Eric Liddell Story

This intelligent piece of theatre focuses on the religious faith of the famous Scottish Olympian Eric Liddell and his trainer, Tom McKerchar. Liddell is set to win the gold medal for the 100-metre sprint, but the heat is due to take place on a Sunday... 

Amazing Grace

Amazing Grace

Press ganged into the navy at 19, flogged for desertion, torn from the girl he loves, John Newton feels he has nothing to live for. Entering the harsh world of the 18th century transatlantic slave trade, he makes his living as a human trafficker...