The award-winning Lucky Dog have been playing their successful biopic Hats Off To Laurel and Hardy since 2013.
Based on the classic 1956 short film by Albert Lamorisse, the award-winning Lucky Dog bring their brand-new show to Edinburgh Fringe.
Strangely’s folk-punk-cabaret riot returns with new songs and shenanigans.
In the far-flung future, a graduate student uncovers the classified records of a vanished scientist/poet known as Captain Redacted, who was sent to explore alternate Earths and doc…
The world ended two years ago, consumed by a plague of the walking dead.
Affectionate comedy on the world’s longest-serving monarch.
The Pope makes legal history having his predecessor exhumed and put on trial.
Three women find themselves trapped in a small basement room of an office building.
Man and woman meet, they fall in love and live happily ever after.
What happens when eccentricity meets electricity? What connects the invention of the lightbulb to the Berlin techno scene? Take a tour with Hypnotique (Britain’s third best there…
Bardd’s unique dualingual global music fusion takes the audience on a journey from the bardic roots of Wales to a freedom funk disco.
The wrestling double act, Thom Bee and Andrew Marsh, return! Thom and Andrew are forming the first-ever comedy tag-team and are going to use all the elements of tag-team wrestling …
Have you ever felt so lost in the game of life that you don’t really remember who you are? Combining personal stories with physical theatre, vulnerability and ferocity, Ana creates…
Toby Belch is unwell: the years of drinking, late nights and debauchery have taken their toll and now he faces his end with the knowledge that he’s seen as a buffoon, a drunken sot…
A honky-tonk opera by Jo Carol Pierce, ‘the greatest Texas songwriter you’ve never heard of’ (Texas Monthly).
The 2018 Scotsman Fringe First Award-winning show returns for just two performances.
Molly Brenner’s one-woman show about her pursuit of an orgasm is an endearingly-performed trundle through her long search for sexual fulfilment.
Vic and Bob meets French and Saunders at the Double R Diner in The Salon.
As a reviewer, there are several situations that I normally hope to avoid while covering the Fringe: it may surprise you, given that essentially I’m here to force my opinion on you…
Two infamous bank robbers turned killers: Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.
Who hasn’t had a problem they’ve struggled to solve? You struggle, I struggle, and the world struggles.
Ménage à trois.
Some people have called it ‘the biggest scam or our age’.
Sonia Aste is a Spaniard living in the UK who insists, ‘It’s not all fiesta and siesta! We get miserable too!’ Nobody’s listening.
Are you an overthinker? Then this is the comedy show for you.
60 minutes of unstoppable panel show mayhem.
Join an all-new adventure! Tabletop role playing games meets live storytelling in a hilarious and heartbreaking fantasy epic.
A moving tale of lives affected by conflict in Kashmir.
Des (winner of Gulag’s Got Talent, Ex-Soviet Republic Factor, No Voice, Strictly Pooling, Dancing on Siberian Ice) story-sings the history of world communism (Korea, Vietnam, Cub…
Jenny and Pauline are buffered between their children and elderly relatives and they’re waiting for their lives to load.
Is Britain happy? Are we trapped in a bubble of despair? Comedian Aidan Goatley is on a mission to find out by going to the centre of all 105 counties in the UK and asking a simple…
Join the ultimate mistress of mayhem, JoJo Bellini, as she takes you from the salacious to the sublime.
Written/performed by John McCann and directed by Erasmus Mackenna, who brought you last year’s Scotsman Fringe First Award-winning play DUPed.
A marvellous mishmash of well-known and lesser-known musical songs and dances, presented with original artwork to convey themes of love, childhood, the jungle and musical men.
Is the Fringe guide too wide and confusing? We understand.
‘One morning as Greta Samsa was waking from anxious dreams she discovered that in bed she had changed.
Madame Komondor Will See You Now is a wildly interactive solo comedy show that probes everything from excessive male masturbation to enhancing a woman’s pleasure.
Brighton’s rude and raucous female comedy troupe finally arrive in Edinburgh! With songs, sketches, and wry musings on the female experience, their original and bold material takes…
What does it feel like to have been raised online? Are there any benefits to this constant connection? This gender neutral script, a debut piece from a new writer, will be performe…
‘This place is a human rat trap.
British comedy’s leading (only) homage to ITV Nightscreen returns to Edinburgh, with an all-new show for 2019.
Got a burning problem? Got an itching question? Time to visit the clinic.
Come see your drag-ony aunt Gloria and let her and some super funny comedians solve all your problems.
Poppy Bubbles is loving her new job as Head Chief Senior Bubbleologist and now she’s back to her old lab to check up on her nephew Bert.
Willie MacRae – anti-nuclear campaigner, SNP politician and successful lawyer.
Is it possible to please everyone, all of the time? And at what cost to your family and health? In this fast and frenetic comedy, award-winning writer/performer Paul Richards (‘Thi…
Cast Iron Theatre have rocked a minimalist set – an intimate three chairs and floor space surrounded by a ring of audience members – and have stretched it expertly to the peak …
Heather-Rose Andrews skilfully acts out this minimalist stage version of cult classic Alien.
Award-winning, folk-punk-cabaret rioteer Strangely returns with a brand new show, full of new songs and shenanigans.
‘Wizards, as you know, may not love.
Census night, 1911.
Love is complicated.
In a world of superheroes and evil masterminds, everyone forgets the henchmen.
Pete wants to keep The Burnt Part a shrine.
What happens when a DNA test gives an adoptee a brand-new view… of herself? Playwright and performer Monica Bauer (The Year I Was Gifted) takes on her own unexpected results, alo…
26 Pebbles is the story of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on December 14, 2012, and the 26 innocent lives taken.
Who hasn’t had a problem they’ve struggled to solve? We struggle, and the world struggles.
This gripping drama explores the intimate bonds of family.
Warhol: Bullet Karma invites you to meet everyone’s favourite eccentric pop artist.
Hailed by critics and fans alike as a one of the finest songwriters of his generation, Friedman has achieved legendary, pop-icon status for chart-topping hits Ariel, Lucky Stars, L…
The finest filth on the Fringe, told by the people who lived it.
In this mystical Latin-American adventure, in a computer-dominated future, a machine creates two scientists in order to find ‘it’, plunging them into mythical lands to face fantast…
A desperate inventor.
Q: What happens when you move a 12-year-old from Basingstoke to Zambia? A: She swims.
The hilarious improvised Doctor Who parody returns! Featuring a live radiophonic workshop and a crew of hysterical performers, join us for an entirely new adventure every day based…
Three stories meet on stage.
Sixty minutes of unstoppable panel show mayhem.
Aidan was divinely happy as an apathetic atheist until his wife started training as a vicar.
The scores are in.
How do fathers and sons communicate? For Aidan and his Dad, it was through films.
Miguel de Cervantes is woken from his eternal slumber by celebrations of the anniversary of his death.
Tabou will shake you up and set you down with your senses spinning.
Dive into the horrors of history in our immersive walking tour and show.
Written and performed by Scotsman Fringe First Winner, John McCann (SPOILING, Traverse Theatre, 2014) and directed by Erasmus Mackenna.
Following sell-out shows on the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringes for Never Mind the Cossacks – ‘brilliantly conceived’ (FringeGuru.
Bubbles, bubbles everywhere in this family-friendly story.
Adam Patel, one of the UK’s top street magicians, takes to the stage for the first time to showcase his skills of sleight of hand, perceptual manipulation and mind-hacking while …
When he was seven, Edinburgh-based comedian Ross Hepburn saw the film Beetlejuice for the first time.
Armed with 55 sketches in the space of an hour, hyperactivity is unleashed on stage in the form of The Biscuit Barrel.
High-octane, stand-up comedy show.
‘There may be many spooky stage productions around.
Life’s a journey, chauffeur driven by someone else.
Award-winning Lucky Dog bring their acclaimed Mr Merrick, the Elephant Man to Edinburgh for the first time.
Inspired by real events: in 1969, in a segregated city in the American Midwest bursting with racial tension, a 14-year-old black girl, Vivian, was shot by a white cop, igniting one…
Growing up is hard.
What if you didn’t know you were dead? A dark new comedy.
Spaces discusses boundaries and the obstacles that affect our relationships, with a focus on friendships, romantic relationships and familial bonds.
Strap in for the sex-ed show of the century as we debunk the desire industry.
A one-woman cabaret about history’s greatest female spies.
I remember when Doctor Who was a practically forgotten, long cancelled show that was only the domain of nerds (like me).
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the most mediocre of all? In his 2016 debut show, Gavin shared the story of his struggle to accept the reality of his own mediocrity.
Moliere’s classic comedy is one of the great originals that have been remade, adapted, musicalised and everything else-ised over the years.
The worst movie of all time comes to the Edinburgh stage.
When we feel powerless, we create monsters – and then? It’s the Passover, a young girl has gone missing and the Jews know they will be blamed.
Join us for a Burns Night with a difference! Revisit old favourites and discover more about Scotland’s bard in this light-hearted performance of his much loved songs and poems.
Dean Friedman is currently playing his fourth year running in the Apex Hotel in Grassmarket, although he has been performing at the Edinburgh Fringe for years before that.
A friend of mine and I were recently chatting about how – even today – sexism is still very much in existence.
Two beaming faces burst onto stage, accompanied by a guitar, a ukulele and a gloriously shiny accordion.
Glasgow Central is a play based on true events, written and directed by Lauren Dowie.
Master songsmith Dean Friedman delivers a fun, informative, practical take on the art and craft of songwriting.
Apocalypse Now, with its 153 minute running time, multi-million dollar production costs and jungle location, might not seem like the most obvious contender for adaptation into a on…
David Crawford’s one man show about the great granddaddy of weird fiction, the one and only H.
Before the sands of time – in lands undefined – did dwell two friends, two states of mind: the Dancer and the Poet.
A hidden gem of the fringe, this authentically Scottish play has fantastically realist, understated acting throughout, and it offers an emotional portrayal of the familial tensions…
Me, Myself and I’ is a fun, high energy, physical theatre piece containing small nuggets of inspiration relating to how we find, and nurture our confidence.
Cambridge University Musical society hits Edinburgh to redefine the stories of Henry VIII’s six wives through a contemporary pop girl-band SiX.
The premise of this musical is that four professional actors share their insights into the scary world of auditions.
Returning with their sell-out show, Cluedo Inc bring the familiar whodunnit board game to life.
A humorous journey through life encountering random characters.
How long will your adult child be staying? Should you make an ultimatum? Can you steer them away from war games and into the archives? What’s the point of it all? Will the story of…
These Walls is about young women facing walls in their lives.
Adapted from Anton Chekhov’s comedy.
Barry Loves You: an ambitious claim to make, even if he already knew you.
Cameryn Moore has made a name for herself as one of the Fringe’s great taboo busters, especially on the subject of sex.
How do fathers and sons communicate? Sports? Cars? The Jeremy Kyle show? For Aidan and his dad, it was films.
This is how your night at the Fringe ends: not with a whimper, but a bang! Join the hottest up-and-coming acts from all across the Edinburgh Fringe for our late-night revue.
An hour of unstoppable panel show mayhem.
Doktor James is sick of living at home and not being taken seriously as a super villain.
Following last year’s successful run of ‘Made in Cumbria’, Jane’s back to Cumbria in The House where you’re invited to meet some new characters and get involved in some sinister …
Need a Hotel? Then why not book a room at Hotel Yes Please, a shambolic hotel managed by Fernando, a clueless dimwit with different ideas of how to run a hotel.
My life is a constant search for emotional and electrical outlets.
‘You will be taken hence to the prison you were last confined.
Fernando’s rickety hotel is under threat from the pesky property developer.
They haven’t got enough material for their own solo shows and nobody else will work with them, so Christian Talbot and Rosie Holt will be performing stand-up, sketches and music wh…
Following on from her hit show Coin-Operated Girl, Miranda Kane takes you on a tour of Crossbones Graveyard and tells the story of the prostitutes who worked for the Bishop of Winc…
A risqué and murky journey through the realms of the phenomena known as the f*ckboy.
Communist crooner Des Kapital (Gulag’s Got Talent, The Ex-Soviet Republic Factor) is glasnost all over to present the history of the Soviet Union using the music of Taylor Swift …
A darkly comic, Mel Brooks-style parody following the storyline of the DH Lawrence novel… with a few twists.
The Man of Mystery comes on stage looking like something out of a classic James Bond film: strong jawline, handsome stubble and a black turtleneck — topped off with an orange shi…
Filled with humour and sorrow, Every Day I Wake Up Hopeful is a play about a man who is considering throwing in the towel.
Hella Granger – Superstar recounts the life story of singer Hella Granger, the first white musician to be signed to Motown.
Imagine taking seven of the most gratingly hyperactive and sexually frustrated boys you were at school with aged fourteen.
‘Three of us will lose the show and the other one could walk into the hands of the most horrible man alive.
Come and join us for a spectacular evening packed with luscious ladies, tantalizing tunes and sweet serenades, Bonbons style.
Coup De Grâce follows the supposed mental rehabilitation (through advanced experimental therapy) of Emma, a young woman haunted by her past.
This is Japanese Iki! What do you get when you combine breathtaking projection dance, inspired by karate and hip hop, with hilarious traditional Japanese storytelling? You get Japa…
On October third, 1849, Edgar Allen Poe was found delirious on the streets of Baltimore, Maryland.
Beryl takes place in a cluttered bedsit, where the vivacious titular character runs a service that allows curious potential crossdressers to experiment with different looks.
This is a time-traveller’s lark in which the two protagonists, Johan and Stefan, travel back in time to 1933 Germany after having had a debate over whether or not they would kill…
Next year Gary will be in his mid-thirties.
It didn’t take me long into this show to realise two things: that this as clearly a piece of community theatre and should be recognised as such and that there is clearly somethin…
A thrilling new family musical, telling of young Arthur’s rise from homeless orphan to King of all England under the guidance of the legendary magician, Merlin! But to keep the t…
Poetry, storytelling and song weave together to tell but a few stories from our infinite Scotland’s rich folk tradition.
Making international trade deals isn’t easy but it is funny, absurd, ridiculous, stupid, nonsensical, manic, moronic, filthy, terrifying, profane, devastating, and moooo-ving.
That meeting that we’ve all been to.
Prague Fringe award winner and ‘up and coming weirdo’ (Chortle.
Tucked away in Grassmarket, the Sweet is an innocuous venue which this year plays host to one of the most random, madcap events I have ever seen at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
It’s pretty clear what kind of show we’re about to see when – as it becomes obvious that there isn’t actually a sufficient number of seats for all of the audience that’s …
In a sitcom-esque black comedy, three bohemian students lazily speculate about the end of the world, until they begin to suspect that one of them might have taken drastic action ag…
Aidan Goatley’s stand-up show isn’t, despite its title, about ELO; indeed, there’s no obvious guarantee that he will get round to telling us why he chose one of that band’s…
Science fiction is a rare thing to find at the Fringe; even rarer is finding it done well, but the Sundial Theatre company has little to fear with their latest offering, After the …
This is a one-man show in which comedian Simon Jay, armed with orange makeup and Trump-like mannerisms, attempts to satirise one of the most mystifying political phenomenons of our…
The exclusive and intimate event returns to Edinburgh after its 2013-15 sell-out Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe runs.
In a tiny room at Sweet Grassmarket a man has placed a wide array of props, toys, figurines, dolls and detritus in an apparently haphazard way.
This legendary singer/songwriter and pop-icon performs his chart hits Ariel, Lucky Stars, Lydia and more.
The image of a twisted spindly shadow with long crooked fingers, along with pointy ears and even pointier fangs ascending the stairs, is one that is burned into the imaginations an…
Vivaldi for Breakfast is an interesting attempt to dramatise the enigmatic life of notorious Baroque composer, Antonio Vivaldi, as he worked in the famous Pietà orphanage for youn…
Perhaps you aren’t aware of fuckboys.
Milkshake! is the latest serving of magi-comic madness for the under-tens from master of mayhem Seska, who bounds onto the stage in a white suit, aviators and furry ushanka hat.
Lip Theatre Company’s offering at the Fringe this year presents an interesting take on the classic Greek myth of Medusa: one that is unfortunately plagued with tonal shifts and a…
Charlotte Jones’ debut play, Airswimming, is a poignant, one-act portrayal of the lives of two women in St Dymphna’s Hospital for the Criminally Insane.
Showcasing the best the Fringe has to offer.
Anna stands pale and powerless before a jealous queen.
Jane Postlethwaite brings her debut solo show, Made in Cumbria, to the Edinburgh Fringe, where she will introduce you to a selection of dark female characters who will welcome you …
Hastings Comedian of the Year (yes that accolade is as good as it sounds) brings his brilliant debut hour.
Gender Spanner is a joyous and empowering hour of cabaret, burlesque and labels that just don’t stick.
Award-winning, fast-moving comedy show from London, featuring Geoff Cotton and special guest Fiona Barclay.
A matchbox melodrama about a girl whose delusions, while consorting with a demonic friend, and a circular saw cost her an arm.
When an error cuts her public benefits, Sarah banks on secular sensibility and starts her own post-rapture pet sitting service.
Brand new show for 2016! She’s a Princess who farts.
Enter the fascinating mind of Edgar Allan Poe.
Notorious performer Hypnotique tells her personal story about the world’s first electronic instrument (from 1920s Russia) and its influence on music today – including Led Zeppe…
Lynne Jassem brings her moving solo show From Como to Homo to Edinburgh.
If you could ask a psychic a question what would it be? Direct from London’s West End, award-winning ‘psychic’ comedian Peter Antoniou brings his unique skills to peer inside you…
An episode of Doctor Who improvised before your eyes! From a fantastic team, including five-star directors, producers, actors and comedians, (Nouse, 2015).
The show is called Happy Medium, and Peter Antoniou introduces himself early into it as a ‘Comedium’, but these excellent puns are far from the best part of this show.
Someone turns off the lights.
Join Fernando in the back of his Honda Acty Romahome for a surreal show that you’ll not forget in a hurry.
A revival of Peter Schaffer’s bittersweet comedy from the 1960s.
This one-woman show presents Nell Gwyn, mistress of King Charles II, as she regales the audience with her lot in life – actor, lover and whore.
This is possibly one of the most depressing shows I have seen at the Fringe this year.
Within five minutes of entering the space, The Daily Tribunal cast have sat me down in the front row and appropriated my pen for the purpose of the show – an examination of the m…
A new play by Dave Fargholi, Heartlands is a taut tangle of ethics and emotion for the modern age.
When you look up at the sky, how do you feel? When you walk down the street, does it mean anything to you? When you look into someone’s eyes, what do you see? Let us take a journ…
The premise of 25 Stories is simple enough; Alex Watts is bored at work and so comes up with short stories to keep himself entertained.
The Adventures of Isabel is a critically acclaimed, immersive dance theatre production for children aged between 2-7 years, inspired by 19th and 20th century poetry about childhood…
Matt Abbott admits that poetry is a hard sell on the Fringe, impossible to talk about without coming across as pretentious – which may well explain why one of his bespoke marketi…
For some of us among ‘the olds,’ the Beatles provided the lush soundtrack of our lives.
Is seeing believing? Sit in the middle of one of the countless tacky bars in Lourdes as the revellers tell you the dramatic and tragic life of Bernadette.
If you give a quick ﬂick through the Fringe programme, it will be fairly obvious that puppetry is on the rise in the theatre section this year.
A remarkably intricate and engaging murder mystery is created from scratch every night.
Flow! is a revolutionary open stage event that sees dancers in close conversation with poets.
Cardinal Sin delves into the dark (or at least rather mauve-ish) world of papal intrigue and mystery in an hour-long comedy romp through the Sistine Chapel.
Seven of those angry youths that you’ve been hearing about on the news have stopped drinking and whining long enough to build something they can actually be proud of.
‘Puppet Beowulf?’ my flatmate asked me with a raised eyebrow and quizzical expression as I left the flat to review Atomic Force Production’s new show.
Though billed as theatre, 101 Reasons Why I #@%$ Katie Hopkins is essentially a lecture on odious media figure Katie Hopkins, complete with biography and PowerPoint presentation, b…
Celtic myth and legend have provided a huge array of inspiration for painting, music, film and theatre.
Sailor – he had a real name once, but he believes “Sailor” suits him now – is a street hustler, thief and raconteur; the illegitimate son of a prostitute who has taken up h…
This legendary singer/songwriter performs his classic hits Ariel, Lucky Stars, Lydia and more.
From Shakespeare to Sarah Kane, retellings of classical myths have proved ample sources for new, distinct creations.
Join Just Bee Drama as they take you on a fun, emotional journey through the twists and turns of life living with alcoholism.
Experimentation, dissipation, drug trips and k-holes.
Get ready for trouble! Accordion-punk auteur, Strangely’s ‘rollicking, singalong, one-man cabaret riot’ (BroadwayBaby.
Crime and the treatment of criminals ought to be black and white.
Written and performed by Noni Townshend, The Effects of Solitude unfolds with a disarming serenity.
In this fun one-woman show, a self-described bi-dyke shares with us stories of her sexual evolution, from Mormon adolescent scanning second-hand books for smut, to monogamous domes…
Multi award-winning, international cabaret darlings Claire Healy (A Bit of an Overshare) and Strangely (Roaring Accordion) have joined forces for a highly interactive, acoustic, ac…
Do you dare to take the hand of a mermaid? Swim with a Selkie? Hear the song of a Siren? Such stories are fishwives’ tales.
Famous characters from the novels of Charles Dickens brought to life by author and actor Chris Foote Wood, Victoria Wood’s brother. Animated readings, as done by Dickens himself.
As you walked by that parked car, have you ever wondered just what were the two people inside talking about? What do you imagine they might be telling each other? Random Acts bring…
Phone Whore is a show that is equal parts witty, sexually frank and dripping with cynicism.
A portrait of one of South Africa’s most prolific writer’s prison experience in the 1920s.
This is how your night at the Fringe ends, not with a whimper, but a bang! Join us as we present the hottest up and coming acts from all across the Fringe for our late night revue.
Simply Blue is a four-part a cappella group from Bishops Diocesan College, Cape Town.
Forty-five minutes of unstoppable panel show mayhem.
Tommy hates his life of poverty and grime.
A ‘small but perfectly formed cabaret gem’ (TheatreBubble.
Everybody thinks that I’m lonely.
‘A dog’s dinner of unexpected, absurd, even offensive content.
A fast-moving, award-winning comedy show featuring original songs, sketches, satire, stand-up and a caption competition to win an excellent bottle of wine.
From bacon ice cream to cronuts, sriracha to wasabi, Atkins to Paleo, the history of the culinary world has always been diverse, ever-changing, a bit weird, but always fascinating.
The post-war scientific elite suspect botanical fraud, and want working-class Professor Heslop-Harrison’s scalp – at any cost.
Since marrying the man of her dreams at last year’s Fringe, Alex has been sadly forsaken by her husband, Jim.
Once upon a time there was a beautiful princess.
The breakdancing robots (B-bots) have landed in Edinburgh and they’re being chased all over town! Can the B-boys and B-girls of Edinburgh use their breakdancing skills to help the …
In 1920s London, Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney have an on and off stage partnership, singing popular love songs of the day to each other in West End revues and living together openl…
She’s a princess and she farts.
Sometimes, we can miss what’s important.
The show uses a mixture of devised and traditional songs, short
sketches, narration, and pantomime versions of figures from recent history to
recount some of the most important e…
A rollicking Bushveld detective adventure that follows the super-sleuth Speedy as he unfurls the mystery of the missing missing nose.
After her 2013 sell-out show, Lisa Scott is ready to delight your ears and get your feet tapping with laid back grooves and classic big power numbers.
Georg Büchner’s fragmented masterpiece Woyzeck has always attracted experimentation, from one-man shows to
Punchdrunk’s latest, The Drowned Man.
Peter Antoniou is a small guy in a small venue with a big mind blowing show.
Joseph is wiling away his days in a tea shop looking for inspiration.
Everybody lives a double life.
A trio of friends, our plucky heroes, stand before us.
In 1912, Captain Georgy Brusilov sailed to the Arctic.
The true story of a father, reimagined by a son.
Famous characters from the novels of Charles Dickens brought to life by author/actor Chris Foote Wood, Victoria Wood’s brother. Animated readings, as done by Dickens himself.
Motortown is a fierce, violent and controversial response to the Iraq war and anti-war movement.
Pop icon and master tunesmith Dean Friedman, returns to the Fringe to perform his delightfully silly hour of sing-along fun for the under-10 crowd.
Fringe musicals are often incredibly hard to get right but with a score as sizzling as the sun on the beach and some incredibly skilled performers, Riptide: The Slasher Musical hit…
This play explores the enduring Celtic mythology of Selkies – mythical seal-like creatures who, once ashore, can shed their skin, appear as beautiful women and have their hearts …
Dole dossers, tramps, scum.
This unique piece of Korean theatre centres on the story of young Gretchen.
A delightfully eccentric murder mystery is created within the hour as audience members choose the title, location, victim and murderer.
The idea of a comedy play that’s centred around something we are all really familiar with at the moment - ‘listicles’ - is quite intriguing.
Set in a village in North Karnataka, Singarevva and the Palace is the tale of a beautiful woman whose life is repeatedly commodified and manipulated by her greedy father, an impote…
The Fairytale Kingdom’s in chaos! The Narrator’s been kidnapped! No one knows what to do! How can our story go on without him? But all is not lost! Might young Prince Charlie C…
Four Stories Four Songs is a hilarious show based on the music EP of the same name by Emmet O’Malley, which was released in 2014.
Wanted introduces Paul Warricker and Dean Short.
Psych nurse turned comic Danny Stinson feels like he has lived a thousand lives and he has stories to tell from all of them.
Real Fake White Dirt is both the spoken word tirade of New Zealander Jess Holly Bates and an paradox she alludes to that encompasses her life as a post-colonial white girl.
Dean Friedman shot to fame in the late 70’s with the American hit Ariel in ‘77 and then Lucky Stars which made it to no.
We are in a small room where one can breathe an air of intimacy.
The Last Motel by Sheepish Productions is a dark two-hander with a
neo-noir style akin to the works of cult film directors Tarantino and Lynch.
In a small, dark room on a
sparingly set stage, four figures stand frozen, their eyes wide and their
mouths stretched into clown-like smiles, their bodies tense and hands splayed…
Of 566 scientists to win the Nobel Prize, only 15 have been women.
The big issue with Bristol Improv’s horror-comedy offering is sadly a brutal one: the show simply wasn’t funny enough.
Scheduling is an often overlooked aspect of the
Edinburgh Festival Fringe, not least by venues attempting to squeeze in as many
popular shows as possible.
We can all remember the name of our first crush, can’t we? That’s the question Love.
If you wander the streets of the Edinburgh Fringe, you might run into Cameryn Moore.
Guess today’s performance; The Uncanny Valley by Meinzeye Theatre Company or [insert rhetorical question here] by Cold Corner Productions? Two emerging theatre companies launching …
A new play by Rob Brannen set on Crosby beach.
In a world where World War Two never took place, an Austrian politician by the name of Adolf Hitler enters the Big Brother house.
Jolt yourself awake.
An exclusive and intimate event returns to the Fringe after its 2013 sell-out run.
The break-dancing robots (B-bots) have arrived in Edinburgh and they’re being chased all over town! Can the B-boys and B-girls of Edinburgh use their break-dancing skills to help t…
From Billie Holiday to Frank Sinatra, Lisa sings with passion, humour, ease and sophistication.
In Scandimania: Gods of Ice and Fire, the stage is crammed with seven young actors, all dressed in white, who leap into action and unfold a fast-paced enactment of Norse mythology.
Knitting and comedy intertwine for Texan writer/actor Elaine Liner’s smart five-star hit about unravelled romances, unrivalled literature and life’s knottiest dilemmas.
In need of some Light Relief? Let Geoff Cotton and Roberta Mair give you a helping hand and relieve your stress with a riotous, award-winning romp through stand-up, sketches, satir…
Dungeons and Dragons, a gluten allergy and a year of living in China create the perfect formula for comedy.
‘The most sophisticated people I know - inside they are all children’ (Jim Henson).
This is how your night at the Fringe ends, not with a whimper, but a bang! Join Peter Antoniou as he presents the hottest up and coming acts from all across the Fringe for our late…
Meet Alex, an incurable romantic with a pair of night vision goggles.
Grey and Duncan have been talking for three years.
Patrice Gerideau takes us on an autobiographical journey exploring the appearance altering disorder, Vitiligo.
As featured on BBC Radio Scotland! The number one film event at the Fringe is celebrating its fifth year! Join CineFringe as we proudly present four days of exceptional screenings.
From the team that brought you the Fringe 2013 family hit Smelly Feet! A children’s musical that doesn’t know when to shut up! Abby has ideas about everything and loves to tell eve…
The sell-out show returns, updated and up to the minute.
A toe-tickling, tune-humming musical from pop icon, Dean Friedman.
Tiny, 60-year-old white woman, obsessed with hip hop legend Jay-Z, breaks her back at his baptismal concert in Brooklyn, solo shows the tale, and finally meets the man! All while l…
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