A show that’s equal measures hilarious, educational and deeply personal.
Life is complex.
Pop music meets poetry in this new monologue about city lights, queer night life and large seafaring birds.
Maryellen barrels through fiercely feminist and seriously silly stand-up and storytelling littered with laughs (an alliteration).
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.
‘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…
POV: you’re a vlogger.
Marriage in Progress playfully sends up lifelong commitment while celebrating it, and critiques the vanity of performance while revelling in it.
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.
Well, hello there! How do you boo? Teenage playwright Jaz Skingle brings her sell-out debut play, Ghost Therapy, to the Edinburgh Fringe.
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.
‘You look 15, but I like that.
Curtains drawn, lawns burnt brown; a townscape is melting.
‘Hilarious’, ‘mesmerising’ and ‘outstanding’ **** (LondonPubTheatres.
Pat and Pete live happily in their tiny botanic bathroom, so happily they don’t remember any ambitions they’ve had in life.
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…
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 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.
When flyered for Matthew Gouldesbrough’s new play Truth / Reconciliation, I was told I could expect “serious theatre” from the Elegy group.
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…
‘He’s seen my Foo Foo.
‘You must suffer me to go my own dark way.
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! Meet the Wilsons, five children, three with red hair, who came to Scotland in 1959.
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 is not jealous of Romesh Ranganathan.
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…
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, written by Conky Campfner, is a modern adaptation of a Victorian short story The Yellow Newspaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.
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 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…
Unicorns, have you noticed they’re everywhere right now? As is the far right.
Two front gardens, two women with the wit to talk for Ireland, a washing line and a brick wall.
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…
On top of their biggest haul, friendly fishermen Deddy and Winchem discover the cursed Red Herring.
This fiercely feminist solo show from actor and clown Britt Plummer is a charming blend of satire, physical comedy and storytelling.
There is something deeply human and inherently charming about imperfect dance.
A razor sharp and surreal exploration of mental health and modernity, through the fractured lens of a manic motivational speaker.
Forbruker: a one-woman advert break.
LARP by Berri George (2018 Channel 4 Playwright Award, BBC Hotlist).
In the late 1800s, against a period of social and economic inequality, novelists wrote books about utopian societies where our lives are radically different.
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.
Hilarious yet uncomfortable, The Sensemaker shows a woman battling with an answering machine.
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…
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…
With its eclectic composition of scenes, monologues, choreography and voice-over, Landscape (1989) is a genuinely intriguing production full of interesting elements – although th…
Based on a true story.
This is a bizarre, unbelievable, but true story – and a darkly hilarious play.
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…
Growing up in Kilburn, siblings Madani, Maryam and school mate Alex hit it off from the moment they meet.
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 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.
Are you aware of the devastation that is possible by just one negative thought.
There’s Something Missing, is a two-person physical (and sometimes funny) contemporary piece of confessional theatre that discusses identity.
A beautifully devised piece written by Sue Dunk.
Anything With A Pulse begins with boy meets girl in a nightclub.
Sex work, madness and climate change.
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 …
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