Roaring Boys

Roaring Boys

Roaring Boys makes a welcome and very successful return to the Festival Fringe this year adding a further chapter to its interesting history. Commissioned in 1994 by Sandbach School from former Head of Drama, Phelim Rowland, it went on to be selected to launch the Connections project at the National Theatre in July 1994 and subsequently receive excellent reviews at the 1994 Festival Fringe... 

Posh

Posh

With this year’s general election behind us and members now in office the return of Posh to the Festival Fringe is timely. Laura Wade’s play is based on tales of the infamous Oxford University Bullingdon Club... 

Stockholm

Stockholm

Todd and Kali are a young couple. They live in one of those all-white, open-plan apartments that only exist in interior design magazines. They are self-destructive. But that’s ok, because soon they are going to Stockholm and “everything will be better”... 

Kursk

Kursk

Kursk is a play attempting to offer real insight into the life of a submariner and the pressures and realities of life below the sea. A gripping new piece of theatre, written by Bryony Lavery and performed by Ut Severis Seges Theatre company, the piece manages to capture onstage that feeling of isolation in the abyss... 

Angelus

Angelus

Angelus is a theological comedy taking place in the cavernous space of the Library Theatre in the Royal College of Physicians. It tells the tale of two rogue angels who steal God’s book of creation and find themselves stranded in a barren wasteland, only to realise they’re not alone... 

A Lunchtime With Bryony Lavery

A Lunchtime With Bryony Lavery

Multi award-winning playwright in conversation about her work. John Lonsdale – director of USS's productions of her plays Kursk, and Stockholm – facilitates an insight via discussion and questions into Bryony's unique style... 

Under the Table

Under the Table

This show captures that exciting moment when a story gets so good, its teller has to put down their drink. Under the Table serves social critique with potent shots of comedy and poignancy, employing a range of poetic styles... 

Comicunication

Comicunication

An absurdly hilarious and quite often musical exploration of the inner subtleties of communication. From synonyms to accents, subtext to mood, delivery to... timing. 

Lost Voices

Lost Voices

A moving multilingual anthology of the First World War, recreated by contemporary poet and playwright, Andy Cargill. First performed in November 2014 to commemorate Armistice Day. Poetry, prose, movement and music deliver an added poignancy 100 years on. 

Ukebox

Ukebox

Liverpool's own, all singing, all strumming ukulele band. Songs from all ages, for all people. Expect the unexpected from this energetic, eclectic show! 

Another Vision Photography

Another Vision Photography

16-year-old Alex has been taking creative photos, looking beyond the obvious, since the age of three. He is exhibiting a wide range of subjects and styles with something for everyone, including work featured on the BBC and winning entries from national competitions... 

Sea 'n' the City – A Journey with Paint

Sea 'n' the City – A Journey with Paint

Mixed media paintings exploring cityscape, countryside and coastline: colours, textures and changing light of the seasons. Nature's patterns tidal changes on the foreshore, winter trees, clouds and architecture on the skyline. 

Sandbach School Big Band

Sandbach School Big Band

This acclaimed big band return to the Fringe for the third time, having previously sold out. They recreate the magnificent sounds of the Motown era in the spectacular surrounding of the Great Hall. 

Stone Carving Times

Stone Carving Times

A collection of photographs documenting the making of two royal statues. These carvings are the first statues to be added to Canterbury Cathedral’s fabric for over 100 years and the first made by a woman... 

Afternoon Noise

Afternoon Noise

A daily evolving production line of musicians and artists involved in and around the musical life of Jamie Sharp. Explore the hints on Twitter for more clues...