In the mockumentary ‘Happily Ever After’ we meet Frank and Gary, a couple who were inspired by their own Disney themed nuptials to go into business planning the weddings of oth…
SpaceXPat explores the motivation and aftermath of an astronaut expat called Pat deciding to stay permanently on the International Space Station (spot that pun in the title).
I knew it! This is what the Scottish lassies have been up to during lockdown.
In the Mockumentary, ‘Harry and Megan’, Harry has agreed to be part of a TV Documentary filmed during the Covid-19 crisis.
Domesticated Diva in Distress as lockdown hits.
The eve of a funeral, rural Ireland.
A comedy exploring dreams, love, sex & our desperate search for connection in the midst of a pandemic.
A world-weary traveller returns home to try to find what is missing from his life.
Conceived, written and acted by Timothy Quinlan, this short film features some of the better acting on offer at the Fringe, and like so many others, is inspired by the strange real…
This jaunty little potter through the more gruesome elements of Shakespeare’s works really ‘gets’ the tone needed for this strange 2020 hybrid of live theatre / film / desper…
In Nia Williams’ upcoming new musical, Lady Macbeth is a creepy life coach who takes advantage of the collective incapacity of lockdown to bring her own particular brand of… we…
When Covid-19 is up, the economy down and Brexit looming around the corner, you need clown therapy.
Brad Tassell and Steve Goodie describe themselves as a pair who have been ‘all-around nutty goofballs for more than 30 years’; and it shows.
Listen in as two high brown reviewers share their thoughts on Wet Paint - the 2020 Fringe show that never was! A blend of sketch and improv comedy, this satirical take on think-pie…
Gaffs, jokes and foibles of COVID-19, presented by furloughed comedian, Jacob Hulland.
Eight months into her gap-year adventure, Sarah hasn’t phoned home for weeks.
Brujas Flamenco is the all-female flamenco group bursting with international young talent.
It will take more than a pandemic to stop the irrepressible Glummer Twins from celebrating the joys, absurdities and indignities of ageing.
Lockdown is lifting and while most are delighted, an agoraphobic woman braces herself to return to the struggle of getting out.
Front Window follows the quarantined investigations of a young woman turned armchair detective.
The Juicy Orange bring their new and extraordinarily cheeky short film, Craig to [email protected] this August.
It’s either a mid-conversation pick-up or a recording error that opens Jane Martin’s monologue, Lockdown Drag-Out, in which she appears as the plummy and plumpy Audrey Stanton …
If you’ve been feasting on BBC iPlayer during lockdown and enjoying the delights of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads, it’s worth taking six minutes out of your social isolation t…
The Boom Room is a sweet little radio play that captures the ennui and idiosyncratic Englishness of lockdown – cleaning out spice racks, a sudden urge to plant potatoes – and p…
The 72-year-old cabaret performer Nigel Osner knows a thing or two about ageing and self-isolating during the pandemic.
The theatres are closed and the Arts are in crisis.
March 2020 and the newly formed volunteers of Underwood meet to discuss how to help the elderly residents of the village with their shopping.
What are the books saying behind the TV pundits? Using only titles found on her own shelves, Anne gives them voice in a poignant poem that is both tender and funny.
Live from New York, it’s comedian Lori Hamilton’s one-woman variety show.
Join acclaimed ‘Mystery maestros’ Highly Suspect for a hilarious interactive online murder mystery which you, the audience, must solve! There’s a fiendish plot, evidence to e…
Four videos, four different stories: Haunted; The Singing Lesson; Lady M and Pamela Drysdale’s Lockdown.
Five years after the tragedy of Bly Manor, the world wants answers.
An absurd comedy sketch set just before the end of the world. Follow plucky daytime TV hosts Francine and Dale as they come to terms with the impending apocalypse live on air.
A brief story with three songs, rejoicing in new-found love during lock-down after the pain of personal bereavement.
Irish duo Brothers Broke compare, adapt and perform selected songs by Bob Dylan and John Lennon, portraying their like-minded viewpoints and highlighting some of their influences.
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