A must-see, hilarious and deeply moving one-woman show from Belfast! In one moment a woman’s jaded world is turned upside down and the dying embers of her spirit are reignited.
When the Uber driver pulls up and asks if Terra is Hung, ‘so hung’ is usually the response.
21 August 2018, 10:00-13:00, The Space @ Jury’s Inn.
What happens when a fortysomething single woman rediscovers her childhood crush on an 80s pop icon? A liberation from pissed off boredom and an awakening of sexual fantasies.
This unbelievably ambitious, deluded, multiple job-applicant failure attempts to inspire his audiences to become the best they can be.
How many shows have you seen that combine sock puppets and animal noises with drum and bass? How about R’n’B songs about bad housemates? Maybe folk music about being drunk? James H…
Sing us a song, you’re the piano man.
Lost Lore is a production by new company Lost Tail Theatre.
Join the (dis)Order of Improvised Comedy in their quest to wondrous realms of hilarity.
An intimate Spoken Word performance, loosely exploring ideas around Van Gogh and his love, life and language/art.
True Arrow presents a series of scenes which readjust the balance of male to female dialogue by putting women front and centre with a multi-rolling cast of four women and one man.
Some people choose their alter ego.
The Golden Path is about trying to do the right thing – personally and politically.
If the thought of watching a one woman play about a Kurdish refugee turned lawyer helping to broker a major arms deal for a Swedish law firm doesn’t thrill you then think again, …
Fringe First and DarkChat Best Director winner Renny Krupinski’s new one-woman play is funny, poignant, touching and disturbing.
Can you decide how you’re remembered? Would you want to? Would you leave a video behind just in case? Two people on stage.
Come get silly with Willy Cannelloni and his many alter egos, as they take you on a mind-bending visionquest – an evening of trance-inducing stories, songs, raps and monologues b…
Amy, a cleaner, has found a body in a hotel room.
Romina Puma comes back and is darker than ever! It’s a show about love, or the lack of it, a show about a child longing to be cared for by her mother while having to care for her…
A “nearly” comedy about my memories as a professional stripper and near-hero during London Bridge terror attack in 2016.
One of Scotland’s finest comedy performers returns to Edinburgh with his most powerful, fast-paced poetry and parody show to date.
A frantic, romantic comedy by Paul Richards which follows the lives of three intelligent but bored office workers, who also happen to be fire wardens.
Superstar Donny Stixx is finally in town! Prepare to be amazed and expect the unexpected as Donny goes down in history as the greatest magician of our time! But please, no question…
‘I’ve been modelling so long now it’s who I am.
This is a highly original one-man show – a combination of acoustic guitar and light-hearted verse touching subjects as diverse as vanity, marriage, safaris, demolition, ambition,…
What do the widow and mistress of Scotland’s famous bard discuss over tea? After the death of Robert Burns, his wife Jean Armour and mistress Nancy Maclehose, finally meet.
‘I used to think love was about not knowing where I end and you begin.
I tried to put myself in a neat, cosy nutshell.
Sometimes the best education comes from the most unexpected places.
A glimpse into the mind of a 29-year-old boy, trying to be a man! The making of an Edinburgh show from the POV of a terrified performer battling against himself.
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