A small theatre company are performing their murder mystery play, Death at Sea, but during the show, everything goes wrong.
Travel – always exciting, especially when the man of your dreams pops up to join you.
Jetty Stars by Noel Kelly follows the life of Stella, a Jetty Star: a local name given to prostitutes who worked the ships of the city.
A playful, one-woman comedy about a single mum’s trials and adventures in the year 2000 at the dawn of Internet dating.
Following sell-out runs in 2016, 2018 and 2019, mind reader Mason King returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with his unique brand of entertainment! Having been a fan of time-th…
Son, brother and patient, Graham subsists on a full-fat diet of petty grievances and crosswords.
Told through the lens of teenagers on the verge of adulthood, a group of friends decide to camp in a public park, exposing the intricacies of youth culture and a generational tempe…
An experimental physical staging of Scottish psychiatrist RD Laing’s book of poetry Knots.
The Coming Out Play is a 40-minute one-woman play that follows the twenty-six-year-old and sucre-sweet Lucy Moran as she travels to her parents’ house to tell them that not only …
‘Now I am ready to tell how bodies are changed into different bodies’.
Climb up to the dizzy heights and slip down to some awkward lows in the company of award-winning Jacob Hulland’s warm and youthful, yet middle-aged, persona.
August 1888, London sees the first of five brutal murders, the callous cruelty of which sends shock waves far and wide and etches the name of the most infamous serial killer into t…
Set in 1950s England and based on the controversial 19th-century play Spring Awakening; A Children’s Tragedy by Franz Wedekind, Awakening is a story about the struggles of the t…
Huddersfield, West Yorkshire 1977.
Based on the 19th-century German play Spring Awakening; A Children’s Tragedy by Franz Wedekind, Spring explores the lives of a group of teenagers growing up in a rural Christian …
Love, Loss and Cake premiered at the Fringe last year.
Around the campfire, late one night, sit some improvisers.
One traveler is catapulted on a journey through space-time, only to find himself on a desperate hunt to reconnect with those he left back home.
We find Lila, a young British woman, alone in a hospital for the criminally insane in 1928.
After a successful run at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe, Under the Floorboards is back! Alone, unhinged and consumed with grief by the death of his mother, Ed creates a horrifying f…
A snapshot of the life of an eccentric woman living on the streets of South East London.
Charlotte Brontë’s tale of a young woman’s courageous fight through injustice and hardship was a revolution in literary fiction.
After years of being agony aunts, they are left feeling agonised! But changing career is not easy, especially in today’s life.
It is April 1953.
I’m somewhat sceptical of companies bringing classic plays to the Fringe, be it an average Hamlet or yet another Woyzeck.
What is it like to be the mother of a terrorist? A Mother coaxes us into her experience of anguish, guilt and anger, as she grapples with the monster she has created.
Reality TV lurches onto the stage, with four familiar Shakespearean characters competing to win a thousand gold crowns.
There’s Stanley the man and Stanley the play.
John Chesterton works in a world where political correctness is paramount.
Over a drunken McDonald’s, two girls start a viral tweeting frenzy over a subject they know little about.
They have been dreaming of this since they were young and now the day has finally come.
Narukami Thunder God is a Japanese tale of deception, seduction and betrayal.
A contemporary exploration on the journey of the English language.
The last days of the the founding father of philosophy, Socrates.
Moon Walk is a funny play, with fast paced, quippy dialogue, but it is also a sad and gripping portrait of the effects of mental illness on American men.
On the day of Ernie Villa’s magnum opus, which bears a striking resemblance to Romeo and Juliet, he is horrified to find his company van has been stolen with the cast inside.
A classroom comedy.
When two ex-government peons decide their next mildly illegal venture is selling bins that supposedly turn plastic into compost, they discover that Amersham has a sordid underbelly…
A scholar and an amnesiac find themselves on the shore of the river Styx.
It might be true that Brandy was first performed in 2010 at South London Theatre, but it’s still impossible not to view this production through the lens of Yorgos Lanthimos’ 20…
Spoof of Enid Blyton’s famous adventure book series The Secret Seven.
Black Light Theatre Company features a boisterous and lively cast in their production The Last Bubble.
Rarely does the stage premiere of a work take place twenty-three years after it was written, but Out Of Bounds Theatre has claimed the honour with their gritty production of 44 Inc…
This all-female production of Macbeth was truly a sight to behold.
Award-winning Happenings Theatre Company and sell-out Pop Heart Productions present their new collaboration.
Almost 40 and totally single, Mandy takes us on a hilarious, raw 55-minute rollercoaster ride unearthing the magic elixir for her unmarried soul.
Trust the teenagers to fall too hard, to act too fast, to think too deep, to drink too much.
Natalie’s stunning soprano voice will enchant you as she takes you on a musical journey.
Trans Pennine is a funny, fast-paced and emotional play about family disagreements, gender-identity, and caravan holidays.
Following five-star reviews at the Fringe 2018, Gone Rogue Productions returns with Jason Robert Brown’s Songs for a New World.
New to the Fringe! A show that really takes the biscuit! A hilarious farcical radio show about Leonard Biscuit, the most put-upon man in the land and his escapades.
What happens when we bring era-defining characters back to life? A thought-provoking avant-garde history-play, exploring the self through the epic, Paradise Lost.
No matter how long the winter – spring is sure to follow.
After a hugely successful debut with their show iDENTiTY, Anomaly Theatre Company returns with three new dark comedies scrutinising the world that scrutinises us.
A cappella is back and this time it’s competitive! Birmingham University A Cappella Society returns to the Fringe for their fourth year in a sporting attempt to blow you away with …
Frank’s son Alex is facing a mental health crisis, and Frank hasn’t a clue what to do about it or how to get Alex to talk about it.
Near Bristol, a clueless Swindonian encounters a secluded town with a distaste for strangers.
Before RENT, there was Tick, Tick.
Adam, a hyper-intelligent AI, is cold, awkward and doesn’t make sense.
Follows one woman and her soul’s journey through cancer, two children and a chihuahua.
The world is ending.
For as long as she can remember Isabella has had butterflies living inside her tummy.
Coming from their success at the 2017 All-England Theatre Festival semi-finals, Our Star Theatre Company proudly presents their award-winning comedy, The Last Bread Pudding – a h…
Political prisoner or sausage in a fridge? Toad or feminist? Deity or giant white slug? Prepare to laugh and cry as award-winning poet and singer Karen Gemma Brewer deletes the pas…
Alena and Kat are splitting up.
The Visitors is an original play which centres around a night in the life of heroin addict Danny Strand as he attempts to rekindle his old flare for life.
The jolly summer hols have arrived at last! Young, brave Lady Iris Bungle and her beloved housekeeper, Mrs Squidgyfeet, find themselves at Hardwick Heights on the edge of Loch Ness…
Nobody has seen Jorja since her party almost a month ago.
Aged just 16 and 17, Harrison Sharpe (Matt) and Archie Stevens (Mikey) make their Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut with Real Eyes, an intensely moving story of brothers growing up t…
Angus gets a review that says he’s ‘watchable’.
Whether you bought a ticket for the slightly unnerving image design or for the sheer length of the title, you would be forgiven for rethinking your choice once you notice a dauntin…
Zuma Puma is an accomplished clown, who uses her skill to draw an audience in to a compelling narrative about what it is to experience shame as a woman.
When the UK’s finest spy, Bonnie, is sent on a mission in the Swiss Alps, everything goes wrong when she discovers that her arch-rival, Soviet spy L, is at the same hotel with a mi…
ArdCol welcomes you to the world of the Uninvited Guests: dreamers, storytellers and liars.
Where do you stand on the burning issues of today? Who do you trust? Is anything so important you’d stake your life on it? Passion Perspectives is a challenging piece of new writin…
A musical song cycle with a blues, jazz and rock score inspired by the Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt.
On the Brink Theatre Company return to Edinburgh, their name having a deeper relevance than ever, with their alternative take on our critically fragile environment; influences happ…
In this side-splitting, screwball comedy, inspired by actual events at the Bremerhaven, Brooklyn, and Central Park Zoos, a community of penguins is hilariously turned upside down b…
A dark, comedic production which explores mental illness in the mind of an everyday young woman.
A cabaret with songs and stories about love, and loss of love (and cake crops up too).
It would seem a contradiction in terms that an autobiographical show about one man’s experience with HIV, cancer and mental health issues could have an audience laughing quite so…
Have you ever wondered what your favourite fairy tale characters are up to off-duty? Well, there’s a good chance they’re just like you and me in the break room – simply tryin…
DUCT presents a modern-day twist on the classic, inviting its audience into a haphazard and disorderly world, mirroring the turbulence of Hamlet’s madness.
It is 1818 and, as a bell tolls nearby, Victor Frankenstein’s monstrous creation explodes into existence.
Beard of Zeus returns for their fourth year! Come and see the amazing improv troupe from Southampton perform their newest show: Medium Rare Improv.
Using only their voices and innovative live looping techniques, international vocal sensation FreePlay sings you around the world without leaving your seat.
Europe is occupied by the Nazis and fearing imminent invasion, the British launch Operation Columba – parachuting sixteen thousand spies across the Channel.
Inspired by true events: a passionate Sue Perkins Superfan, sent to a therapist to deal with her drinking, relays her adventures pursuing Sue.
Discover the true story of Valentina Tereshkova, a young textile worker plucked from obscurity to lead the Soviet Union’s race to the stars.
A young woman calls a helpline.
The pieces of the puzzle that make up Laura’s brain don’t seem to fit.
John Doe is having a bad day.
Six lives uprooted by war.
In the world’s darkest hours, when everything seems comedy-less, only one troupe of comedians can save us all.
Internationally-renowned, Canadian-based Autorickshaw is on the cultural cutting edge with their seamless and downright cool sounding blend of jazz, folk, pop and Indian classical …
In the wake of a terrible decision, Tommy is burnt out.
With their country plunged into political crisis by anti-Government strikes – a group of young East German students are ordered to “persuade” the protesters to go home peacefully…
The Supernatural? Sherlock Holmes, master of logic and deduction, attempts to solve his final mystery – why did his creator, a man of science, believe in spirits and faeries? Tho…
A murder mystery exploring relationships where anyone could be the perpetrator! Will Inspector LeFevre, through his love of music, apprehend the villain? Are you the next Miss Marp…
Forget everything your history teachers told you, not all pirates had beards.
Xiao’s grandma suffers from Alzheimer’s.
There is no denying the writers’ talent; both Louis Pattison and Harry Style have created a highly enjoyable script and score rich in farcical humour and lighthearted silliness, …
Before Chris’s wife died, she made him promise to be himself.
Beginning in a frightening dystopia with five people wearing surgical masks manhandling one other as the audience enters, then as the show starts transforming to a happy young part…
A series of sketches and vignettes exploring misunderstanding and mistaken identity, miscommunication, sexuality and people’s fantasies.
Set in rural England, this pale ale drenched parable explores village life juxtaposed with urban sprawl.
How can we move on when we lose our love? Inspired by Anton Chekhov’s The Bear and Uncle Vanya, Lonely TWOgether Taipei Version explores the classical texts with a blend of Taipe…
In a controversial move to promote classic children’s novels, publishers have released all the stories far too filthy for the page! The Infamous Five is an hour-long sketch show …
War doesn’t end when the fighting stops.
What actors do on stage is an epitome of daily living, as our life is nothing but an improvisation.
Nick and Mia: two young struggling writers trying to make ends meet who are at the end of their rope, seemingly without a shot in hell of making something for themselves.
In a comic exploration of the disjoint between what we think and what we say, The Interview questions the meaning of living a life worth rewarding.
In a world lost in time there is a forgotten Figure.
A naive librarian witnesses an incident that will change the rest of her life.
Ukelear Fusion, the resident ukulele band of the University of St Andrews Music Society, makes their Fringe debut! This ensemble of fun-loving, nerdy, ukulele-toting friends perfor…
You do not often look around an audience during a show and see barely any unsmiling faces; scarcer still, there is unanimous overheard praise afterwards.
The Trail to Oregon is based on the 90s video game The Oregon Trail follows an all-American family of five (two parents, two children and the grandpa) as they make their way from M…
A war hero, a statesman, a husband, Alexei Petro had everything… to lose.
Sick, sex and secrets.
What happens if you find the love of your life at the end of the world? This hilarious and moving new musical follows Jack who discovers that the world will end in one week.
What is your idea of love? There’s a very blurred line between a protective, loving relationship and one that’s abusive.
There’s a monster in your closet.
Deeply tender and sensuous, Sarah Kane’s Crave is set in an unnamed city from which voices and images spring.
In this world premiere at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, licensed master shakuhachi performer Markus Guhe takes Japan’s oldest and quintessential bamboo flute on a journey fro…
Whether you’re after a relaxing lager or fancy a reminiscent Babycham, The White Oak is the pub for you.
‘Arabella, I would love to show you this world of mine.
Trans Pennine is a funny, fast-paced, and emotional play about family disagreements, gender-identity, and caravan holidays.
The latest comedy from Theatre with Teeth.
UnderOwl Theatre present their debut show: Upcastle Downcastle.
World in Progress is a brand-new musical song-cycle that explores our ever-changing relationship with the earth.
Art and crime collide in a ‘brush with the law’ from Laughing Mirror.
Beaker’s only friend in the world, his cat, is dead.
I Sniper, appropriately enough, starts with a bang.
Women have claimed intellectual and economic power for themselves, culture has simply found new ways to make us inferior.
‘When you durst do it, then you were a man.
‘It was strange because at the time I wasn’t really looking for anybody, so when you see somebody.
In a remote fishing village, three sisters, Breda, Clara and Ada endlessly obsess and re-live their memories of love, snatched from their hands and never seen since.
Come and join the members of the First Dates dating agency on their journey into the world of love.
Chriss and Damon are in love.
With an AI in every home, people have become increasingly insular, depending on and trusting their obliging personal robots as much as any person.
An Archduke assassinated.
Sex Waitress catapults us forward to the year 2020, in which a dystopian London has emerged from female empowerment and consent campaigns, to a society in which misogynists and sex…
Brenda’s Got a Baby was birthed from a concept created by Molly Rumford, financed via Crowdfunder and the culmination of interviews and news stories from real people.
A six-foot woman and a sex doll take on femininity.
Grace comes home to find a crime scene in her living room.
Everything in Hal’s life is looking up.
There’s no such thing as vanilla, boring or prudish.
It’s August 1918 and it’s finally beginning to look like an Allied victory is on the cards.
In an alt-reality Brexit Britain, the Government has outsourced democracy to a TV voting show, pizza is banned for its foreign origins and a visa to France now costs €30 (£300).
After last year’s sell-out D Day Dodgers, the Woolly Sheep Theatre Company’s Not Dead Yet! is a one man play which challenges preconceptions about memory loss through real-life…
It’s like Dylan Thomas without the nice bits! Mr Brown Presents unveils its debut Fringe show all about the sordid private lives of a small town.
Chuckle award runner-up (1998) Berlinda will take you on a journey to The Lost Matriarch, leaving behind all you have ever known about gender.
Since the 1st January 2018, five writers have worked collaboratively, writing a new scene each week in response to socio-political events.
A physicist is on the brink of being able to explain the mysteries of the universe but still can’t figure out his volatile relationship with a rising star.
From the writer of Trainspotting, Irvine Welsh and Harry Gibson’s relentless one-man show returns.
Dave and Vince wake up in a morgue.
The arrival of an undercover inspector sends officials of a new EU country into a spin.
Evil foreigners are at large, British Dick and his trusty working-class sidekicks face a ticking time bomb to foil a ruthless Latin love thug’s plot before he steals every pearl …
Aurigami (Malcolm Ball – ondes martenot/hand percussion, Kate Cuzner – flutes/live electronics).
November 22nd 1963.
Anathema is a promising first piece of work from Bearded Dog Theatre, starting strong with difficult topics not often discussed on stage – specifically the issue of male rape.
Red Button is a quirky and peculiar piece of science fiction theatre that doesn’t quite find its feet.
In Oscar Wilde’s timeless twist on the biblical story of John the Baptist’s execution, princess Salome lives luxuriously in a bustling Middle Eastern court with her mother and …
This touching new musical explores the interior monologues of three interconnected characters through acoustic songs, focusing on their lack of communication and the difference bet…
‘Frailty, thy name is woman,’ said Hamlet.
Deep in the medieval dungeons of the Royal Palace, two strangers dwell.
Hugo Alastor has gone missing.
‘You can open your eyes now’.
An anti-terrorist government official is forced to reconsider all of his preconceptions regarding illegal immigrants when he comes face to face with the experiences of a desperate …
A postmodern post-mortem of how hate won.
Connor and George have been long acquainted, but as Connor’s reality is distorted, do they really know each other that well? Interrobang is a new piece of writing looking at mental…
Doreen’s One-Minute No-Brainer Lectures have had over 21 million online video views since April 2016.
The Mantles have issues that probably need to be addressed, only problem being none of them talk to each other, not properly anyway.
Before Chris’s wife died, after over 30 years of marriage, she made him promise to be himself.
In their new drama, Walls and Bridges, Acting Coach Scotland delves into the themes of home and belonging through a dystopian Scotland in 2035.
For anyone unfamiliar with Sarah Kane’s work, the first reaction is often shock.
Many scholars and philistines alike think they have a good understanding of Virginia Woolf – a suicidal bisexual who used too many semicolons.
Pucqui Collaborative’s Changelings is a thoughtful story about two very different existences colliding and attempting to translate one another.
Circled in their new support group, six young people all brought together by one thing – a journey from friendship to revenge.
In 1950s Hazlehurst, Mississippi, the Mcgrath sisters have returned home.
‘Remember, remember the fifth of November.
‘I didn’t even know your name.
Erich and Ada are separated by one of history’s most famous man-made divisions: the Berlin Wall.
Wilde’s much loved masterpiece gets a 1980s revamp.
Vaccine is a searing new drama created by the newly formed Warwick University company, Juvenilia.
In a world full of hatred and ignorance, Simply Surreal, fresh from our sell-out show last year, welcomes you to our exciting play.
The image of the tortured brooding man, bewitched, bothered and bewildered by some winsome and naïve woman, is long burnt into of literature.
In an upmarket hotel room, two men – one a disgraced politician, the other an ex-rent boy – meet to rekindle old loves and re-open old wounds in this darkly comedic character s…
Natural philosophers Edmund Halley and Robert Hooke are engaged in a scientific wager that will crown the man who can prove why the planets move elliptically the victor.
Award-winning theatre company Owle Schreame performs a series of very droll ‘drolls’: short, illegal comedies from the 17th century.
Sisters (and the rest of the world) unite and enjoy this one-woman show as you are taken through the tumultuous life of the Preston-born suffragette Edith Rigby.
We are all Going to Die is a devised piece by Dead Person Productions.
NATO Summit, 2014, Newport, Wales: Pippa is dazed, hungover and staging her own personal protest on the Coldra roundabout.
A young bride returns to her family’s rural estate for a weekend-long wedding celebration.
Threadbare is a creation of the Minotaur Theatre Company which is run by students from the University of East Anglia.
The life and times of Bill Shankly: comedian, philosopher, dictator, god, angel, devil, saint – and tragic hero.
Rolling up to Edinburgh for their Festival debut, the UK’s number one all-female a cappella group from King’s College London present a slick, sharp performance of diverse music, …
Danny has an interview for his dream job as a football reporter at The Times – he just hasn’t told them he’s deaf.
A killer haunts the shores of Edgartown.
A play about hope that centres around a homeless man as he tries to get his first home.
A be-suited, be-spectacled, b-bastard hot out the frying pan and onto the flyers of the prestigious Edinburgh Flange Festival.
Inspired by cynicism.
The Gravel Road Show, featuring the Intoxicating Temperance Sisters, is a world-premiere cabaret that denounces the evils of alcohol consumption.
Frederick William Rolfe (1860-1913) was a minor English writer, artist and photographer and serious eccentric.
The Sad Story of the Moon and the Sun is a shadow puppet adventure.
Forget Justin Bieber and his legions of ‘beliebers’.
Travelling as a latecomer to his brother-in-law’s stag do, Tim thought he would sit back, relax and enjoy a gin and tonic on the way there.
Fringe wouldn’t be Fringe without its many questionable adaptations of Hamlet
and this one definitely raises a lot of questions.
This comedy from the Z Theatre Company centres around the Broken Vows marriage guidance centre, where three couples have been court-ordered to attend therapy.
In this one-man show, Christopher Peacock plays a man of the cloth struggling daily to overcome the temptations of the flesh.
I really hope there wasn’t an adult in charge of this.
Five insomniacs can’t go to sleep in the Z Theatre Company’s cleverly named Chasing Zeds.
Pawn of war, drone operator Marcy controls escalating bloodlust through the persona of Tellaralette Seville, her PTSD induced alter-ego.
Ofsted inspections are generally not much fun.
In Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice we see von Aschenbach increasingly obsessed by the beautiful youth Tadzio.
It is 255 years since Voltaire published his scathing satire on Liebnitzian optimism, yet it remains as fresh as it was in 1759.
A triple-bill of fast-paced new writing from Goldsmiths, University of London, featuring an ensemble cast performing three original shows in one night.
Based on the Roger Corman film, this is a laugh-a-minute spoof about young nerd Seymour and his mysterious plant, Audrey II, who possesses an unusual appetite.
Becoming an adult isn’t easy.
Unhinged Creations’ production of Phantom Pain carries heavy themes: grief, mental illness, violence in relationships, and obsession.
The promotional blurb for Dead Fresh warns you that missing the secret of this dark comedy (or perhaps missing the comedy itself – there’s some pronoun confusion in there) ‘c…
“Happy families are all alike,
but every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way,” wrote Tolstoy.
Marcel Vol I explores the topic of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s sex scandals, portrayed in the form of an absurdist nightmare.
Up presents the rise of one man, Stuart, from a childhood of neglect to
dominance in the boxing ring, with the help of his brother (trainer and
lifelong advocate Teddy) and…
The twists and turns of the topsy-turvy world of Alice in Wonderland are well known and
loved by many, enshrined in literary pop culture.
Robert, 35, believes his life is perfect.
Finlay can engage his house in conversation.
New theatre company Gin & Tonic makes an assured debut with an abridged version of Hamlet that breathlessly energises Shakespeare’s masterpiece with a confidence not often seen i…
Out Cast Theatre return to the festival this year with their typically camp Carry On-style comedy.
The Magic Egg follows the adventure of a young girl who must save her mother and retrieve her magic egg from an evil witch.
Tracing the life of Korean dancer Choi Seung-hee, this solo show is surprising and delightful.
The Sydney Theatre School’s production of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure grapples gallantly with its intricate material, but fails to leave much of an impression.
Spectrum follows the true story of Temple Grandin (Maeve Belle) who used the unique perspective given to her by her autism to revolutionise and humanise the slaughter industry.
“It’s the game show of all game
shows!” our host tells us as we begin.
The Next Big Thing is a show that deals with precisely that – and the young, ambitious writer who’s striving to attain it.
Hysterically funny, slightly weird and yet highly enjoyable, Hold for
Three Seconds is a new comedy about three strangers trapped in a lift on
the thirty-second floor of a buildi…
Authentic, thrilling and (overly) ambitious, Death is the New Porn
is a fine piece of theatre.
Luke Speirs’ new musical presents a love triangle between three best friends and the fallout of their relationships as a result of Tom’s (Sam Rich) unrequited love for Drew (Luke S…
Soldier Box is a new play brought to this year’s Fringe by New Celt Productions, a company that amalgamates the talents of both Queen Margaret and Napier university’s recent grad…
The Seussification of a Midsummer Night’s Dream sees an all female cast embark on a speedy but delightful adaptation of Shakespeare’s comedy.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned; so quotes or paraphrases every
production of Medea ever made.
Joe Dipietro and Jimmy Roberts’ musical comedy, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change has become a staple of the fringe in recent years, probably because it requires a small, …
Watching Sister Amnesia’s Country and Western Nunsense Jamboree brought me right back to a long-forgotten primary school experience.
We type, we mail, we text, we Skype, we friend, but in a world that is more connected than ever, what happens when we strip away technology and remove the buffer between ourselves …
An intimate look into the lives of three people connected by one shocking event.
From the award-winning Box Tale Soup, join Alice on her remarkable journey.
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