Maggie Taylor has the ideal life as an ageing dominatrix.
An immersive, interactive experience that takes you on a journey full of whimsy and wonder, brought to you by critically-acclaimed veterans of the Los Angeles immersive theatre sce…
Perfect looks into gender identity issues, mostly in those who deem themselves as genderless.
A funny, moving real-time live audio drama by award-winning writer, Ming Ho.
Narrative subverted for unwholesome purposes.
Steph and Rhona work part-time in dead-end jobs and rent a flat they can’t afford.
In the 12 years since Prospero’s departure, Caliban has painstakingly sifted through the ashes of the books of magic, slowly piecing together a way to save his island from mankind’…
A combination of cataclysmic events results in the extinction of the human race, leaving behind an AI being programmed to recreate humanity when the time is right, with the complet…
An unassuming front door gives no clue to what characters and relationships lie behind it.
After moving from a tiny village and now currently piled up under a mountain of student debt plus the dizzying heights of life in the city, our postgraduate finds himself chatting …
In his one-man show, author/actor Chris Foote-Wood gives animated readings from Dickens novels in the same manner as Dickens himself: reading and acting out the parts to illustrate…
A peek behind the velvet curtain! Hilarious one-woman sitcom based on Jacqueline Haigh’s true experiences working as a receptionist in a tantric massage parlour.
Funny, but is it true? Three comedians step on stage. Two are telling the truth, one is a big fat liar. Can you tell who…?
Come and join Brian and Karl in the intestines for a ridiculous physical comedy.
‘They call me witch.
‘Too young to stay in, too old to go out!’ Nigel Osner casts a quizzical eye over life’s challenges for those that little bit older.
Making a Murderer meets Rosemary’s Baby.
Westminster Hour: fatal consequences in this fast-paced and darkly comedic drama with unexpected twists.
Thom Bee and Andrew Marsh don’t know what to do now their 20s are over.
The second instalment of Andy Paterson’s dark and funny Westminster drama finds anti-hero Archie Cornwall installed as a Prime Minister who must derail a Scottish Independence refe…
Two women sit at a wedding.
These three comedians have caused their mothers endless stress and worry, and you will be in no doubt as to why once you’ve seen their show.
A night exploring the grimy underbelly of a girls’ night out.
2018 was going to be Emily’s year.
A mix of comedy, storytelling and even a poem or two.
Amanda donated her kidney for her sister.
We all have to work.
A fictitious talk show with a live audience, featuring a guest from the afterlife.
Re-written rap lyrics that clap back.
Questioning what it means to be desired in a culture obsessed with beauty.
Once upon a time, two fair maidens dragged fairy tales kicking and screaming into the 21st century in this sharp and original review of all things “happily ever after”.
Project Venture seeks to establish a permanent human colony on Mars and Dr Aysha Malik will be among the first brave souls to make the trip, but she’ll have to contend with her t…
Bendy House – an improv duo.
Horror writer Arthur Machen journeys from rural Wales to the suburbs of late Victorian London, reflecting on the intangibility of things.
Guests for this popular podcast include Romesh Ranganathan, Angela Barnes and Mark Thomas, who join Aidan Goatley for a lovely chat about the films they love.
Author/actor Chris Foote Wood gives animated readings from Dickens’ novels in the same manner as Dickens himself: reading and acting out the parts to illustrate some of Dickens�…
The bathroom of a student flat is not a place you'd want to spend 5 minutes, let alone an hour.
Is it possible to communicate with the dead? Magicians Griffin and Jones intend to find out.
The Enquiry: Generation Z – not tough enough or the victims of an anxious world that just doesn’t care? The Experiment: one observation room, two psychologists and seven patien…
Fatal consequences in this fast-paced and darkly comedic drama with unexpected twists.
Power balances are shifting.
Sonia Aste is a Spaniard living in the UK who insists it’s not all fiesta and siesta! We get miserable too! But nobody’s listening.
The world’s only motivational mind reader returns to the Fringe, but this time, it’s extreme! Dangerous stunts and death-defying spectacles, all performed for your entertainmen…
After breaking new ground with their award-winning Richard III (A One Woman Show), Brite Theater are once again reinventing Shakesperian performance with this new production of Ham…
Who is Alex Garner anyway? A comedian, that’s who.
Christian Adore and Eaton Messe are a drag double act who tell the story of their fiery relationship through dazzling songs, sketch and raps based on audience suggestions.
Sex, drugs, and tea make the world go round for four young flatmates.
Pebble Trust Award Winner, Runner Up Audience Choice Award, Best Comedy by IYAF nominee, Brighton Fringe 2017.
When stand-up comedian Richard Pulsford decided to research his family tree, he uncovered some seriously interesting stories of ordinary people caught up in world wars – on both …
A Middle Eastern Mary Poppins gets type 2 diabetes from her spoonful of sugar, and gets told to lose weight or lose her toes.
You’ve seen him in Mad Men, you’ve seen him in Billions, you’ve seen him in Hail Caesar! Now see why he’s one of the best stand-ups in the world working today.
If you like pina coladas, and deep emotional pain.
Elves, magic, and a lot of dice.
A new show about wrestling by double act Thom Bee and Andrew Marsh.
Scottish magician Michael Brandie presents his debut outing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
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