Singing Sands

Singing Sands

Singing Sands is a touching yet dark comedy about how the death of a loved one can sometimes be the only way to restore old bonds. 

The One Couple Show

The One Couple Show

Not a one woman show. 

make the Bed

make the Bed

Blood spots on my duvet. 

The Sound of the Space Between

The Sound of the Space Between

In the darkness of grief, a man hears something calling. 

My Grandmother's Eyepatch

My Grandmother's Eyepatch

What happens when a lovable idiot holds a memorial service for a long-deceased family member? In this off-the-wall comedy, award-winning NYC-based clown Julia VanderVeen leads the … 

Thor the Walrus

Thor the Walrus

A walrus comedy (for adults). 

Dear Annie, I Hate You

Dear Annie, I Hate You

Based on writer-performer Sam Ipema’s life, Dear Annie, I Hate You is the story of Sam and her brain aneurysm, Annie. 

A STAN IS BORN!

A STAN IS BORN!

A love letter to the divas and the gays who stan them! Welcome to an original queer comedy musical about Alexis’s childhood as a stan. 

The Best Man Show

The Best Man Show

The Best Man Show is an interactive and darkly hilarious wedding reception where comedian Mark Vigeant plays the Groom’s brother Paul, who has been asked to give the toast at an un… 

Long Distance (A Cyber-Dialectic of Falling In and Out)

Long Distance (A Cyber-Dialectic of Falling In and Out)

Two boys meet. 

Sessions

Sessions

When George Boucher, a troublesome youth, narrowly misses serving time in prison for a violent offence, he is placed with a new, unconventional youth officer called David. 

Jack Goes to Therapy: A (Somewhat) Romantic Comedy

Jack Goes to Therapy: A (Somewhat) Romantic Comedy

Jack is a 29-year-old Kindergarten teacher and a hopeless romantic. 

Devon Drew: Pop Star

Devon Drew: Pop Star

One teenage girl’s dream of being a pop star was shattered by the dark realities of the music industry: scams, lies, perverts and pedophiles. 

Unseen

Unseen

Grab your “all access” pass into the mysterious world of Broadway’s backstage! Follow veteran “star dresser” Pam as she works her magic through complex costume changes, confrontati… 

Dante and the Robot

Dante and the Robot

Alone in his miserable bedsit in a busy, bustling metropolis, Dante’s only companion is a house robot named She-bot. 

An Evening With Mere Mortals

An Evening With Mere Mortals

Two thrilling adventures in a double feature inspired by Hollywood blockbusters. 

Book of Dew

Book of Dew

A miniature choreography of visual poetry, objects and body parts, Book of Dew weaves a spider web of fantastical fragments: water droplets, a river in the air, glistening stardust… 

The Funny Thing About A Panic Attack

The Funny Thing About A Panic Attack

Ben Kassoy brings poems from his spectacularly original book to life in this wildly entertaining solo show. 

my home is not my home

my home is not my home

Inspired by encounters with people on the margins of society, the performance dissects trauma and revival, pain and transformation. 

Bob Marley: How Reggae Changed the World

Bob Marley: How Reggae Changed the World

Join Duane Forrest on an acoustic journey through the roots of reggae to the global influence of Bob Marley. 

Dummy in Diaspora

Dummy in Diaspora

Poetic, hilariously relatable and raw coming-of-age tale of a Middle Eastern American boy, Essa, whose parents are refugees. 

The Learn to Juggle Comedy Show!

The Learn to Juggle Comedy Show!

Laughter! Excitement! Learning! Comedian Frisco Fred performs then teaches you – the audience – to juggle! It’s fun, and great for annoying your downstairs neighbours. 

Havisham

Havisham

If you knew my story, your heart would break too. 

Sex-Ed Revisited

Sex-Ed Revisited

Sex-Ed Revisited is a five-star interactive comedy uncovering missing gaps in knowledge when it comes to female-focused sex education and our relationship with pleasure. 

Bob Marley – How Reggae Changed the World

Bob Marley – How Reggae Changed the World

Bob Marley – How Reggae Changed the World is a show that is not only thought-provoking but stirs emotion too. 

The Last of the Soviets

The Last of the Soviets

Two Russian artists in exile reveal the cruelty of Soviet life with a good dose of dark humour. 

Sugar and Blood

Sugar and Blood

1903. 

Stuck in Free Fall

Stuck in Free Fall

Stuck in Free Fall is a show about Nothing. 

Two Cats on a Date

Two Cats on a Date

Tragically weird. 

Certain Death and Other Considerations

Certain Death and Other Considerations

Certain Death and Other Considerations is a poor execution of an interesting premise. 

Ed: The New, Totally Unofficial, Ginger-Inclusive Parody Sketch Show

Ed: The New, Totally Unofficial, Ginger-Inclusive Parody Sketch Show

Accompanied by a glittering live band and fresh from two sold-out London and Cambridge runs, don’t miss the Fringe premiere of Ed, charting the story of a ginger pop sensation. 

Aionos

Aionos

Aionos – An African-Futurist mixed-reality production where Ancient Egypt meets Star Wars as you travel virtual worlds to help an Egyptian queen heal a broken love and navigate s… 

Janitor/Manager and How to Have an Affair Without Really Trying

Janitor/Manager and How to Have an Affair Without Really Trying

Janitor/Manager: Inspired by the expression ‘If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere’, Sean Conrad booked a one-way flight to NYC to become a stand-up comedian and quickl… 

Trust

Trust

People You Know Productions are going for a cross between Posh, and an Agatha Christie novel, except that nobody here actually wants to work out who the killer is. 

End of the World

End of the World

A buddy comedy for an existential generation. 

Cults, Startups and Pornstars: How I (Almost) Won My Dad's Approval

Cults, Startups and Pornstars: How I (Almost) Won My Dad's Approval

A mind-blowing, hilarious, heartwarming and true story. 

What Does Stuff Do?

What Does Stuff Do?

Juggler, water-bender, and part-time deep-thinker Robin Dale presents his award-winning debut show. 

Beasts (Why Girls Shouldn't Fear The Dark)

Beasts (Why Girls Shouldn't Fear The Dark)

When Ruva experiences street harassment, her entire world is thrown into chaos and turmoil. 

Bang

Bang

Bang is a monologue delivered by the apparition of Joan Vollmer, immediately after she was shot by William Burroughs, her common-law husband, in Mexico City in 1951. 

Fool's Gold

Fool's Gold

Lecoq-trained physical performer and Fool, Saskia Solomons, morphs into a myriad of inner personalities as they wrestle with the ickiest of sticky icks: money. 

Calling in Love

Calling in Love

A call-center call girl struggling to make in-person connections, discovers intimacy and requited love with a mannequin man she rescues from drowning. 

Ben Miller's Stand-Up Science

Ben Miller's Stand-Up Science

A show that’s equal measures hilarious, educational and deeply personal. 

I Was Naked, Smelling of Rain

I Was Naked, Smelling of Rain

Life is complex. 

Don't Shoot the Albatross

Don't Shoot the Albatross

Pop music meets poetry in this new monologue about city lights, queer night life and large seafaring birds. 

Call Me Me

Call Me Me

Maryellen barrels through fiercely feminist and seriously silly stand-up and storytelling littered with laughs (an alliteration). 

I Dreamed a Dream: The Hunt for a Husband

I Dreamed a Dream: The Hunt for a Husband

Desperate to fulfil her mother’s wish of finding a husband, Rebecca Anderson explores love and a whole bunch of other stuff in her debut at the Edinburgh Fringe. 

Chips and Ice Cream

Chips and Ice Cream

‘Charlie, why is every light in the fucking house on??’ What happens when you have a son? How does manhood move through generations? Who decides what a “good dad” really means? Chi… 

Lucid

Lucid

What. 

All By Myself

All By Myself

POV: you’re a vlogger. 

Marriage in Progress

Marriage in Progress

Marriage in Progress playfully sends up lifelong commitment while celebrating it, and critiques the vanity of performance while revelling in it. 

Truth/Reconciliation

Truth/Reconciliation

When flyered for Matthew Gouldesbrough’s new play Truth / Reconciliation, I was told I could expect “serious theatre” from the Elegy group. 

Tea Ceremony

Tea Ceremony

Developed around the ancient tradition of a Tea Ceremony, a male geisha (award-winning actor Marios Ioannou) begins to question her role as “servant” and “entertainer” operating in… 

Nympho

Nympho

‘He’s seen my Foo Foo. 

Jekyll and Hyde: A One-Woman Show

Jekyll and Hyde: A One-Woman Show

‘You must suffer me to go my own dark way. 

Love Me or I'll Kill Myself

Love Me or I'll Kill Myself

Join Faith, a young woman addicted to Love, on a quest into the dark heart of its enchantments – and if there’s any life worth living without them. 

Red Alert – Cancer!

Red Alert – Cancer!

Red Alert – Cancer! Meet the Wilsons, five children, three with red hair, who came to Scotland in 1959. 

Have You Seen This Woman?

Have You Seen This Woman?

A college student offers a scattered recollection of her childhood, her perceived trauma and the chaos leading up to her mother’s recent disappearance. 

Aidan Goatley: Tenacious

Aidan Goatley: Tenacious

Aidan Goatley is not jealous of Romesh Ranganathan. 

Bathroom Confession

Bathroom Confession

Have you ever read the secret confessions written on the walls of a toilet stall? If so, you know you are in for a treat! Bathroom Confession follows four young women embarking out… 

Manic

Manic

When Raina arrives at her spoken word gig to see her exes in the audience, all the questions she’s had about her past sexual experiences begin to surface. 

Ghost Therapy

Ghost Therapy

Well, hello there! How do you boo? Teenage playwright Jaz Skingle brings her sell-out debut play, Ghost Therapy, to the Edinburgh Fringe. 

52 Souls

52 Souls

Chronic Insanity’s 52 Souls is a series of monologues that correspond to each indiviudal playing card (plus one Joker) along the subject of death and mortality, all in an hour. 

Naughty

Naughty

‘You look 15, but I like that. 

The Heat Museum

The Heat Museum

Curtains drawn, lawns burnt brown; a townscape is melting. 

An Audience with Stuart Bagcliffe

An Audience with Stuart Bagcliffe

‘Hilarious’, ‘mesmerising’ and ‘outstanding’ **** (LondonPubTheatres. 

Enter Mr Citrus Man

Enter Mr Citrus Man

Pat and Pete live happily in their tiny botanic bathroom, so happily they don’t remember any ambitions they’ve had in life. 

Platonic Love Triangle – A New York Stand-up Comedy Show

Platonic Love Triangle – A New York Stand-up Comedy Show

New York comedians Wyatt Feegrado (Bettor Days on Hulu, Amazon Prime), Lukas Arnold (2 million+ followers on Tiktok) and Otter Lee (Fairview on Comedy Central) present an afternoon… 

Don't Say Macbeth

Don't Say Macbeth

GOYA Theatre Company’s Don’t Say Macbeth is a fast-paced show filled with well-balanced satire that pokes fun at and spoofs the theatre and musical industry. 

Brothers

Brothers

Brothers tells the story of two estranged brothers Matt and Jay, in their early 30s, who re-unite as one fights testicular cancer and the other battles addiction. 

I'm Still Here

I'm Still Here

I’m Still Here is a triple bill of new dance works from female choreographers, featuring two solos and a duet curated and created by GBworks – an international movement collectiv… 

Yellow

Yellow

Yellow, written by Conky Campfner, is a modern adaptation of a Victorian short story The Yellow Newspaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. 

Nights at the Circus

Nights at the Circus

In a circus after the lights have been turned off, four characters emerge in the darkness slowly revealing their desires, hunger and inner conflicts. 

Doubt

Doubt

Doubt introduces us to two young journalists, Holly and Nathan, who are trying to do meaningful work in a business that increasingly values speed and clickbait over well researched… 

Wait, What?

Wait, What?

Two front gardens, two women with the wit to talk for Ireland, a washing line and a brick wall. 

Sound Cistem

Sound Cistem

Two transgender performers say ‘up yours!’ to the gender binary and invite you to their radical dance party! Under disco lights, over pulsing music, a queer celebration takes place… 

Unicorn Party

Unicorn Party

Unicorns, have you noticed they’re everywhere right now? As is the far right. 

Red Herring

Red Herring

On top of their biggest haul, friendly fishermen Deddy and Winchem discover the cursed Red Herring. 

Chameleon

Chameleon

This fiercely feminist solo show from actor and clown Britt Plummer is a charming blend of satire, physical comedy and storytelling. 

The Ship Sank. Where on Deck, Did My Captain Lie?

The Ship Sank. Where on Deck, Did My Captain Lie?

Based on a true story. 

Chagos 1971

Chagos 1971

This is a bizarre, unbelievable, but true story – and a darkly hilarious play. 

Honey

Honey

Honey, a freelance journalist and single mother of four (and a half) seeks control, agency, confirmation and solvency from her rebellious daughter, disappointed mother, skeptical f… 

If This Is Normal

If This Is Normal

Growing up in Kilburn, siblings Madani, Maryam and school mate Alex hit it off from the moment they meet. 

Shadows

Shadows

This thought provoking production by Want the Moon Theatre is a compelling exploration of connectedness – to ourselves, to those around us, and to reality. 

Static

Static

Static is a hybrid theater and live concert production that tells the story of a son using music as a means to cope with losing his father to dementia. 

I Can Make You Fail Slightly Less

I Can Make You Fail Slightly Less

Are you aware of the devastation that is possible by just one negative thought. 

There's Something Missing

There's Something Missing

There’s Something Missing, is a two-person physical (and sometimes funny) contemporary piece of confessional theatre that discusses identity. 

Serenity

Serenity

A beautifully devised piece written by Sue Dunk. 

Anything With a Pulse

Anything With a Pulse

Anything With A Pulse begins with boy meets girl in a nightclub. 

Shower Scene

Shower Scene

Sex work, madness and climate change. 

Psycho Drama Queen

Psycho Drama Queen

When he is attacked on the street, drag performer Anthony, aka Theresa Mayhem, has a choice to make; does he repress the trauma and become a reality TV star? Or listen to his best … 

Progress

Progress

There is something deeply human and inherently charming about imperfect dance. 

Butterflies

Butterflies

Three girls. 

A Short Cut to Happiness

A Short Cut to Happiness

A razor sharp and surreal exploration of mental health and modernity, through the fractured lens of a manic motivational speaker. 

Forbruker

Forbruker

Forbruker: a one-woman advert break. 

LARP

LARP

LARP by Berri George (2018 Channel 4 Playwright Award, BBC Hotlist). 

Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow

Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow

In the late 1800s, against a period of social and economic inequality, novelists wrote books about utopian societies where our lives are radically different. 

Smoke

Smoke

What happens when you’re at a private fetish party, and you bump into the daughter of your boss? Such is the premise of Kim Davies’ Smoke. 

The Rise and Fall of Patti Superb

The Rise and Fall of Patti Superb

The Rise and Fall of Patti Superb. 

The Sensemaker

The Sensemaker

Hilarious yet uncomfortable, The Sensemaker shows a woman battling with an answering machine. 

If Mouth Could Speak

If Mouth Could Speak

Accompanied by a searing musical score of deep electronica and jazz, If Mouth Could Speak is a poetic monologue slicing laser-deep into the brain of a young immigrant troubled by s… 

The Beautiful Game

The Beautiful Game

Some love it, others loathe it, but we can’t avoid it – it’s everywhere! A laugh-out-loud look at our undying obsession with football, celebrating everything from weird match day… 

Landscape (1989)

Landscape (1989)

With its eclectic composition of scenes, monologues, choreography and voice-over, Landscape (1989) is a genuinely intriguing production full of interesting elements – although th…