A wonderful new reimagining of Corrie Ten Boom’s biographical tale of forgiveness and reconciliation in the shadows of WW2.
In a city just like yours, hope is in short supply.
A comedic dash through the big-hitters of the Bible, courtesy of the Blockbusters board and in the company of two accomplished storytellers.
This widely acclaimed production returns to the Fringe for four performances.
Welcome to Bert and Horace’s junkyard.
Using personal stories and first-hand accounts, Faultlines is a play built on truth.
This widely acclaimed production returns to the fringe for four performances.
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.
In the beginning was the Word, but I honestly don’t know which word to begin with when trying to describe this production.
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; …
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.
What better way for Adrian Plass to celebrate 30 years as a professional writer than to bring a wonderful show to the Fringe.
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.
Take two funny men and ask them to create a hilarious dash through Genesis and Exodus in just under 90 minutes.
This original one-man show entitled Prévert: Piano and Poetry, was created and interpreted by the 20-year-old French concert pianist Alexandre Prévert.
100 years ago Nurse Edith Cavell was shot for assisting allied soldiers out of Belgium.
‘We are more than bodies to be fed to a machine.
Woodbine Willie, the affectionate nickname of the World War One chaplain Reverend Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy.
The Gospel of John is the most interesting of all the New Testament gospels.
This intelligent piece of theatre focuses on the religious faith of the famous Scottish Olympian Eric Liddell and his trainer, Tom McKerchar.
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.
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