Roaming Collisions – Free

Roaming Collisions – Free

Noun. 1. A chance encounter. 2. A walking disaster. 3. An exploration of collisions, connections and communication. A show filled with clowning, movement and a realisation of how complicated relationships can become... 

A Year of Minutes

A Year of Minutes

A lot can change in a year. Just ask the residents of Kristofferson Park. A hilarious black comedy of a housing committee caught in a power struggle but faced with a squeaky back gate... 

The House Always Wins!

The House Always Wins!

Returning to the Fringe, Stephen invites you to enter the world of the hustler and enjoy an evening of card tricks, cheats and scams in this intimate and interactive show. Experience the magic in front of your eyes as you discover why we can all be fooled... 

Richard III and Soundwall

Richard III and Soundwall

A condensed version of Shakespeare's infamous Richard III, one of the playwright's earliest yet most revered works, which charts its tyrannical protagonist's rise to the English throne... 

First Lady

First Lady

This is a true story. In the early '90s in Chicago, I fell in love with a man who was running for president – in a dress. This man was Joan Jett Blakk, and he promised to ‘Lick Bush in ’92’... 

Broken

Broken

Boy meeteth girl. Boy loseth girl. Boy bareth soul. Set in London and centred on the end of a relationship, Broken fuses Shakespeare with modern dialogue and is an expressionistic satire on the highs and lows of falling in, and inevitably out, of love. 

The House Always Wins!

The House Always Wins!

Returning to the Fringe for the fourth year, Stephen invites you to enter the world of the hustler and enjoy an evening of card tricks, cheats and scams in this intimate and interactive show... 

Aye Spy

Aye Spy

Some children want to be footballers, rock stars or astronauts. Not Jody… He wanted to be a spy! The lure of fast cars, glamorous women and high tech gadgets was the way he wanted to roll... 

The Large HArdon Collider

The Large HArdon Collider

Can we communicate with the dead? Are women innately hard-wired to like pink? Like the chemical symbol for nitric oxide – the answer is NO. The Large HArdon Collider is a showcase of stand-up and musical comedy that serves to repudiate pseudoscience, debunk popular myths and discuss topics on the interface between science and society - all while making you laugh. 

Ward and Watts in... Journey to the Centre of the Office

Ward and Watts in... Journey to the Centre of the Office

We all have a job. Or want a job. Or none of the above. If you fall into any of these categories Ward and Watts show you the lighter side of endless corporate slavery. One guy, one girl, one Southern (posh), one Northern (not), brave a labyrinth of sketches and songs in the Narnia of workplaces and save the world! ***** (WhatsOnTheFringe... 

Ten Bits on Boondoggling

Ten Bits on Boondoggling

Ten Bits on Boondoggling is the poetic journey of two young men building a home for themselves. On the run from a previous life, they try to make a place of safety in a world of conflict and regulation, but come up against instinctive opposition from local residents and bureaucratic forces... 

Can You Spare a Crime

Can You Spare a Crime

Out of work, out of money and utterly useless, Caped Concern and Captain Cliche struggle through their new lives in the everyday society they once protected, finding themselves at the center of an evil plot to steal billions... 

The Widow, the Virgin and the Lamb

The Widow, the Virgin and the Lamb

With the Widow's rebellious and unpredictable nature combined with her perverse sense of fun she will lead you on a surreal odyssey into the unknown. Through playful interactions with the audience she will create humorous and darkly subversive scenes of contained madness... 

The House Always Wins!

The House Always Wins!

Stephen invites you to enter the world of the hustler and enjoy an evening of card tricks, cheats and scams in this intimate and interactive show. Experience the magic in front of your eyes as you discover why we can all be fooled...