Our Theatre’s Paradiso is ostensibly a puppetry show about three men of different nationalities, reflecting on the last days of their lives before moving onto paradise.
I’ll start by being honest – it is incredibly difficult to do sci-fi at the Fringe.
Sam wants to tell you about five encounters he had on Craigslist.
Sam Amos (TrashDollys) explores solitude and man’s inability to articulate emotion in 5 Days of Falling.
I’ve got a lot of love for YESYESNONO.
Legend for Witkacy: avant-garde, physical theatre performance inspired by Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz.
This award-winning show combines humour, audience interaction and dance to highlight the objectification of women in the media.
I am worth what I have.
Heather and Harry is a romantic yarn detailing the story of Heather, an angel cast out of heaven by her misogynist rapping boyfriend Zeus, of Greek mythology fame.
It’s her singing and their playing that helps to bring it alive for audiences.
Last year, I was lucky enough to catch Alyona Ageeva’s Physical Theatre PosleSlov perform to a small audience and immediately became a fan.
In Papaya, the illusion of the West is bloodied with false promises and red wine.
It is the mid-90s, the dot-com millionaires are kings.
Brought to you by Civil Disobedience and that actor trapped inside the fur suit in Roddy Bottum’s Sasquatch: The Opera, Jet of Blood is the documadrama/ballet/opera/performance art…
BoxLit Theatre presents Romeo and Juliet like you’ve never seen it before! Combining cinematic film projection, live theatre and evocative music.
A rare opportunity to see lifetime Guiness World Record holder Elaine Davidson – the world’s most pierced woman – up close and personal doing what she does best.
‘The realities of life, dream and hallucination are beautifully interwoven offering the spectator an amazing journey’ (Marcin Rudy, Song Of The Goat).
Accessible yet still in-depth, funny and disturbingly ironic.
Fresh from selling out the National Theatre in Oslo.
A superhero story that refuses to be a comic book.
Enough fantasies of the apocalypse, it’s already here.
Why is it so easy to stop fighting for something that, at one point, was everything? You meet people once, you love people once, you lose people once.
Award-winning actor Ingvild Haugstad from Det Andre Teatret tells the story of a person who retreats from the world after losing a soulmate to a freak raspberry accident.
A bench in a public space, and a plaque saying ‘sit with us for a moment and remember’.
Goethe’s Faust dealing with human agony and the way of salvation, is frequently read in Asia, especially in Korea.
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