Butterfly in Shades of Blue

Butterfly in Shades of Blue

Butterfly in Shades of Blue follows two characters through 17 years of their lives; the audience is privy to the life-changing conversations which occur between the couple. From their first exchange, through to their marriage and then to their inevitable divorce before reuniting, the plot is predictable and fairly unexciting... 

Connected

Connected

In this solo show about an ambitious crooner, we see Frank Corelli in an interrogation room, prompted to reveal the story that got him there.It all started at the Pink Flamingo where Franky was singing one night... 

Dannie Grufferty's First World Problems

Dannie Grufferty's First World Problems

A sharp, satirical show examining the annoying habits of those trying to change the world, while finding themselves. Dannie explores the scourge of British society, self-righteous do-gooders... 

Love Laid Bare

Love Laid Bare

Jenna Monroe, singer/pianist, makes her debut at the Edinburgh Fringe with excerpts from her cabaret show, Love Laid Bare and Minor Obsessions. Rich with humour and pathos, Jenna takes her audience on a roller coaster journey through love, from the skewered (The Masochism Tango) to the sublime (Cohen's Hallelujah)... 

London Life

London Life

If this show had simply featured the songs of the Three Belles – an Andrews Sisters-inspired act with delightful voices and glorious harmonies – and some references to the 1940s kink magazine London Life that inspires this piece, I would have been more than happy... 

North-South Divide

North-South Divide

‘Well, if everyone had as much humour as Aydin Isik and Mike McAlpine, then an expanded Europe might just work’ (Koelnische Rundschau). A Brit and a Turk, a dissimilar pairing, playfully discuss the pros and cons of a modern Europe with all its clichés, prejudices and political incorrectness... 

Alex Meixner

Alex Meixner

Grammy Award nominee Alex Meixner presents his debut Fringe show, bringing a unique mix of accordion and trumpet, fusing together high energy, original songs with a collective mix of rock'n'roll classics and traditional folk music – all with an unexpected twist! Reflecting his diversity, Alex Meixner has more than 50 recordings – 18 as featured artist... 

Blues! The Late Night Sessions

Blues! The Late Night Sessions

From the band behind award-winning show Blues! comes a selection of not quite family friendly blues songs that couldn't be picked for the show. Songs about booze, drugs, violence and sex... 

Chacapella: Vocal Point

Chacapella: Vocal Point

It’s a cheering sight when a long queue forms outside a venue for a group’s first performance and the cheer from the audience that greeted Chacapella showed that they clearly have a following... 

Hamlet

Hamlet

Three actors, one hour... Denmark will never be the same. The tragedy of Hamlet as you have never seen it before. Premiering in 2014, a brand new look at Shakespeare's tragic tale of revenge, ambition and majesty the tragedy of Hamlet the Prince of Denmark, adapted and directed by Jo Marsh... 

ThePlatformLDN

ThePlatformLDN

ThePlatform is a transatlantic concert series created in NYC by Drew Gasparini and brought to the UK by TwentySomething Productions as ThePlatformLDN. This series provides a vital stage for composers such as Ryan Scott Oliver, Zack Zadek, Zoe Sarnak and many more to showcase new, contemporary musical theatre writing performed by passionate, international talent. 

New York, New York: A Toe-Tapping Journey Through the Great American Songbook

New York, New York: A Toe-Tapping Journey Through the Great American Songbook

New York, New York: A Toe-Tapping Journey through the Great American Song Book is just that; a fun night of swing and brass band favourites from Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Glenn Miller, Louis Armstrong and George Gershwin... 

Off the Curtain

Off the Curtain

Off The Curtain is described as an ‘East-meets-West’ one-woman show, using a mixture of storytelling, acting and poetic narrative. Sara Mashayekh bravely uses a number of performance techniques to attempt to make her audience as passionate about what she has to say as she is... 

Gagging for It

Gagging for It

In a dressing room at the Edinburgh Festival four stand-up comics give as good as they get in a riot of one-liners, some at the expense of the disillusioned promoter and others at the expense of an enthusiastic novice... 

That Sinking Feeling

That Sinking Feeling

Blurb… the final sound made by a sinking cruise liner as it makes its majestic descent to the ocean floor. But how did it sink? And why were the two contraceptive companies on board unable to consummate their merger? STaG invites you to fifty minutes of laughter and mayhem, which would give even the most canonical ship-based entertainment a run for its money... 

The Weegies Have Pokled Edinburgh's Pandas

The Weegies Have Pokled Edinburgh's Pandas

This show will be a Fringe Favourite! When Glasgow gangsters mysteriously acquire the pandas from Edinburgh Zoo Malcolm gets the blame. When they start breeding like rabbits Morningside is suddenly hoatching with cute but hungry bears! Can Malcolm restore order to the genteel suburbs? Robin Cairns plays his popular range of characters, put-upon Malcolm, his capable wife Kate, numpty neds and fearsome gangsters... 

Elsa Jean McTaggart and Miss Irenie Rose

Elsa Jean McTaggart and Miss Irenie Rose

ThreeWeeks Editors' Award winner 2012 Scottish singer/songwriter and fiddler Elsa Jean McTaggart returns with her sister Miss Irenie Rose nominee for best newcomer in the Scottish Alternative Music Awards... 

Andromeda Turre: Kiss Me

Andromeda Turre: Kiss Me

‘Dangerously attractive … soulful voice’ (New York Times). Kiss Me is the story of one woman's search for the last first kiss. Andromeda takes you on a journey around the world as she finds the love she needed within herself to be able to find the man who feels like home ...