A fiercely funny, no-holds-barred comedy about modern life living with Parkinson’s.
Rebecca has been labelled the miracle girl after waking from her own murder.
Sir Alan Singer tests the nerves and voices of the hungriest hopefuls in the a cappella world as they compete to be his aca-prentice.
Welcome to LoudScribble, Karl’s first one-man show which views the world through his poetic prism in ridiculous detail and invites you to scribble a line or two of your own.
Remember that time you pooed yourself in public? Or when you swore at your mum for asking you to tidy your pigsty of a room? Maybe you’re still blushing over the time someone poi…
A new comedy with a backstage pass to the magic and mayhem of music performance.
After their sell-out show in 2014, The Rolling Tones are back all the way from King’s College London with The B-aca-chelorette! You won’t want to miss our 12 beautiful bachelorette…
Stunning, imaginative, inspired, colourful, amusing, brilliantly performed and beautifully sung, this Trial By Jury is Gilbert and Sullivan at its very best.
SMACK & Spektakel offers an adventurous double bill of dance, refreshing the commentary on the empowered female body, while questioning the relationship between performance and ide…
Quintet of sketch comedians seeking fun-loving and friendly audience, interested in a short, passionate fling, and maybe more.
Inside every adolescent brain, 86 billion neurons connect and collide to produce the most frustrating, chaotic and exhilarating changes that will ever happen to us.
The year is 1348 and the small Yorkshire village of Bogsfield is about to be hit by the Black Death.
A brilliant piece of new writing that follows 17-year-old Max’s awakening to her own voice and sexuality.
Internationally renowned a cappella sensation Semi-Toned return to Edinburgh, following four consecutive sell-out runs at the Fringe! This time, the boys in burgundy want to attemp…
Durham University’s only a cappella ensemble that specialises in barbershop harmony, Full Score, is back after three years for another exciting Fringe show! Having previously run a…
Cinema’s greatest hits performed by an award-winning a cappella group! From international competitions to sell-out shows, singing powerhouses Sweet Nothings have done it all.
The rhythm of the tango underpins Los Guardiola - The Comedy of Tango in this superb production from Musique et Toile, but the show is much broader than the one dance form.
When Coretta Scott King became widowed after an assassin’s bullet murdered her husband, the iconic Martin Luther King Jr, it propelled her voice, activism and leadership onto the i…
Gangs of London star Andrew Laithwaite returns to the Fringe for the first time in a decade for his singer-songwriter debut as Laith Andrews, in an intimate journey of love and los…
Frankie wants to conform.
A South Asian contemporary-classical dance performance that centres on the urgency of climate change.
Variety E-Seo is a young company taking the Korean traditional performing arts in a new direction: this concert takes the form of four pieces of yeonhee music and dance, with rhyth…
On April 3rd 1968, Martin famously gave a speech that was a premonition of his own death.
Influenced by the meeting of Bob Dylan and The Beatles, Irish duo Brothers Broke compare, adapt and perform a unique interpretation of songs by both artists.
By invite, the Windrush Generation came to rebuild Britain following the end of the Second World War.
Influenced by the songwriting of Lennon and McCartney, Irish duo Brothers Broke compare, adapt and perform a unique interpretation of songs by both artists from their Beatles and s…
From 40s to noughties, from then to now, back to the future we go with this timeless a cappella show featuring your favourite musical icons through time! There’s something for ever…
I never felt unwelcome at the Fringe until this performance.
1915, Ypres, Belgium.
Aca-Pocalypse: Diamond in the Riff.
Start the day with a riot of cray kid-friendly laughter for the whole family. Zany sketches, acrobatics, cirque skills and mayhem.
The story Shakespeare never told.
Edinburgh Fringe is a hub of unique and wild shows, contrasting genres and varieties of themes crunched into a tight hour.
A bumbling detective is called upon to uncover the mystery of a priceless stolen painting, but when he cannot solve it himself he is forced to enlist the help of an old nemesis.
You’d be forgiven for raising an eyebrow at the provocative title Olives and Blowjobs at Space Triplex.
Celebrated Viennese cellist Peter Hudler returns to the Fringe with his brand-new show.
California based Hip-Hop Orchestra, Ensemble Mik Nawooj (EMN), presents music from their new album, Death Become Life, which seamlessly fuses hip-hop and classical.
Under Heaven’s Eyes is a solo play that asks: did George Floyd’s killing mark a turning point for real change or yet another false dawn? While also exploring how systemic and s…
This cast of professional performers is excited to return for their fifth year with the Best of Broadway! After sell-out performances and rave reviews, this show is sure to be a ho…
Laurel and Chaplin: Before They Were Famous.
In this powerful one-hour theater piece, Kimleigh Smith takes the audience through a journey that is totally uplifting, totally heartbreaking and totally powerful! Totally! is the …
Merrill gets diagnosed with ADHD as an adult and tries to make sense of her life and chaotic childhood.
William ‘Cavaliero’ Kempe was one of the finest performers of the Elizabethan age.
Part stand-up, part TED talk, part Vagina Monologue, this sex-positive solo show dives deep into the ancient art of going down, and what it takes to make the pussy purr.
The Great British Detective tradition! Holmes and Watson meet Poirot and Miss Marple (alongside the usual suspects) in a spoof homage – who murdered Lady Fanshawe!? Why have the …
Join us for Tim Whitnall’s monologue masterpiece, telling the story of Eric Morecambe, a national treasure that touched so many of our lives.
At the start of the pandemic, PE teacher Aniqa’s school transforms into a food bank, as the East London community pulls together to get through lockdown.
Every child goes inside their own bubble! Seen on China, Romania and Bulgaria’s Got Talent.
This new folk musical comedy reimagines Jane Austen’s classic novel in modern America with gender-swapped characters.
Intricate Rituals by York DramaSoc at theSpace Triplex is a monologue with alternating actors.
Aisling Lally's Love Me is one of three plays bought to the Edinburgh Fringe 2021 by York DramaSoc.
Writer and director Annabel Lunney used the inspirations from anonymous submissions to create the play Sweating the Small Stuff.
It is absolutely not Fraser Brown who needs to be afraid.
Influenced by the meeting of Bob Dylan and The Beatles, Irish duo Brothers Broke compare, adapt and perform a bluesy fusion of songs by both artists.
Join Doctor Whom for a wibbly-wobbly adventure across time and space as they traverse the cosmos with their impressionable sidekick and talking robot dog.
A group of teenage friends celebrate after their final exams and look towards the future.
New Celts Productions and Bone struck Theatre present Wish List by Katherine Soper, winner of the Burntwood Prize for Playwrights in 2015.
Three lads have certain things in common.
Oddly Ordinary Theatre Company has made a highly successful adaptation of Mark Ravenhill’s Pool (No Water) at theSpace Triplex as part of the contribution by the graduates of Que…
For a show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe entitled Corpsing you might be forgiven for thinking it’s a comedy about laughing out of place.
Moonlight on Leith, by Emilie Robson and Laila Noble, at theSpaceTriplex is inspired by the ‘Save Leith Walk’ campaign; a grassroots movement seeking to preserve the historic s…
Saving Mr Ultimate by John McEwan-Whyte at theSpace Triplex is the debut show of Extra Arca, a young theatre group within New Celts Productions, a consortium of young theatre compa…
The Manchester Revue are proud to present their new sketch show, Free Shot On Entry! Bringing you the best comedy The University of Manchester has to offer, prepare to question eve…
Plasters is an original play by Emma Tadmor who founded RJ Theatre Company with co-producer, Daniel Feldman.
The word that most immediately springs to mind is 'joy'.
Billed as ‘the future of queer comedy cabaret’ Tropicana is Aidan Sadler’s 80’s solo show of classic queer hits at the suitably late hour of 23:15 at theSpaceTriplex.
Femme Ta Bouche: a gender-bending cabaret star with cancer, cooped up in rural Arkansas, wants to make a statement.
FTLO Theater Troupe Presents Ophelia/Hamlet; seeking to offer one specific interpretation of William Shakespeare’s Ophelia and Hamlet – that their arcs are twinned and their depr…
FTLO Theater Troupe Presents; Alice and Wonderland – highlighting themes of maintaining identity in the face of adversity.
FTLO Theater Troupe Presents Sir Gawain and the Loathly Lady using the Arthurian tale (primarily drawn from Chaucer’s Wife of Bath’s Tale) to examine what our hopes are in dealing …
PTC Productions are proud to present Girls Like That by Evan Placey; a hard-hitting, explosive play targeting gender inequality and the challenges that people now face growing up i…
Steelworks present their debut Edinburgh Fringe show, Silver Linings, an exploration of the boundless possibilities of a cappella.
Will Toad learn how to drive? Will Badger get some peace and quiet? Will Mole not step on any sandwiches? What will happen when the Weasels take over Toad Hall? Follow Mole, Ratty,…
All your favourite Dr Seuss characters are lovingly brought to life, including Horton the Elephant, The Cat in the Hat, Gertrude McFuzz, Mayzie and more.
A camp-out in the woods with friends is meant to help grieving Henry as he copes with the tragic loss of his brother.
The world premiere of a brand new musical! In a London nightclub at the height of the Blitz, a female impersonator falls for an army officer, but finding a happy-ever-after ending …
Come along to this fun, fast-moving, creative and joyous production of an original take on the story of Blackbeard.
Witness a spectacular display of uplifting, feel-good pop, rock and contemporary chart songs performed by the national phenomenon, Rock Choir.
A gay man, a straight man and a massage table… Happy Ending introduces you to a simple, perfectly professional massage therapist who goes about his day job never knowing who his …
Inspired by the ballet Coppelia, with music adapted from Delibes.
Two fit guys discover they can earn big bucks from tickling.
This show is a musical comedy with adult themes and scantily clad men! It contains steam and lots of bubbles! Billy is a young man, looking for love.
Beowulf sets out to save the Danes, redefine heroism and crack some legendary jokes along the way.
Like Disney? Like c*ck? Then you’ll love Happily Ever Poofter! Following a smash-hit UK and international tour, the untold story of a gay fairytale prince – 2019’s hottest musi…
Diana Diamonte inspires her four boys to explore something we’re all interested in: bodies.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s short story The Yellow Wallpaper is an unsettling Gothic tale about a woman driven into madness by the distinguished yellow wallpaper which plasters th…
Spin that wheel! Join us for an evening of totally improvised musical comedy where you create the show.
I’ve never been the biggest fan of Alice Birch’s writing.
After their sell-out success last year with three Alan Bennett plays, BCP return with two of Ayckbourn’s short comedies performed back to back.
After their sell-out success last year with three Alan Bennett plays, BCP return with one of Alan Ayckbourn’s most recent tragi-comedies.
After their sell-out 2018 debut Fringe show Too Many Ukes Spoil The Broth, Ukelear Fusion are back! Their new show Knowing Me, Knowing Uke is full of brand-new covers of songs from…
There are quite a few variations on the Romeo & Juliet theme at this year’s Fringe, but few have as many puns as AcadePitch Presents - Romeo and Juliet: An A Capella Tragedy.
Tired of the lack of progress in gender equality, Sal and Libby decide to take things into their own hands in the only sensible way they can think of: by starting a terrorist organ…
Bell Dance – Ring, ring, ring… the Tibetan boys and girls happily dance and ring their bells.
Ophelia is Also Dead follows Ophelia telling us the story of her whole life.
Cadenza is Cambridge University’s premier a cappella group.
Vikings, giants and magic await you in this fun-packed historical adventure.
The story of Emmeline and Richard Pankhurst and the suffragette movement.
This radical adaptation, set in a nightclub populated with drag kings and gangsters, releases Shakespeare’s famous yet controversial play from its comedic origins to foreground K…
With huge vocals, dreams of Hollywood and every Pitch Perfect comparison possible, Sweet Nothings A cappella are movie-ing on up! Soaring soundtracks, movie throwbacks and modern p…
Une bonne dose de excitement.
The Songsmiths are pitching you the honest truth of what it’s really like to be in an a cappella group.
The Bristol Suspensions are on trial for crimes against a cappella! The 16-piece mixed a cappella group from the University of Bristol are being tried for various a cappella-relate…
Raised Voices shines light on some of the reasons that people become homeless and how, when all may seem lost, they can pick themselves up and rebuild their lives.
BBD Productions make their debut at the Fringe with Big Band Does… Broadway.
A spoiled boy, Chao, decides to run away from the world of chocolates, ice cream, fries and decayed teeth to a new healthy world.
It’s a new millennium.
Accidentally On Purpose (sponsored by Goldsmiths Drama Society) presents Piano Man, a short play in which four characters discover the true meaning of acceptance and understanding …
Eighteen children, one island.
Where can you go to find all the dirty scandals on campus? The Sinners Club is the only radio show where people can call in anonymously and tell the whole university their biggest …
One of the most uplifting stories ever written, Michelle Magorian’s stunning Goodnight Mister Tom is brought gloriously to life in this stage adaptation by David Wood.
Grease – the original high school musical that has never dated, with its toe-tapping high-energy mix of raw teenage emotional power, stunning vocals, exceptional dance routines a…
Andy Warhol’s paintings, JFK’s birthday song, NYC subway grate upskirt, the list goes on.
What is it about guns? Today’s American high school students have been raised at a time when school shootings have become common and suicide rates have drastically increased.
Based on Robert Fulghum’s best-selling books, this musical takes a funny, insightful, heart-warming look at what is profound in everyday life.
Daniel Martinez Flamenco Company presents Art of Believing, a must-see powerful flamenco performance bursting with passion and authenticity.
Financier? Miser? Witch? A dry-witted tale about the life of Hetty Green, once America’s richest woman.
One of Scotland’s finest comedy poets returns to Edinburgh with 50 minutes of classic doggerel.
After more than ten years of successful flamenco performances in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the passionate and penetrating voices of flamenco musicians Danielo Olivera and Inma…
Trinity College Dublin’s best and only improv group arrive at the Fringe to bring you brand new characters, storylines and songs, using nothing but audience suggestions! Nothing is…
Actor/writer Christopher Tajah of Resistance Theatre Company gives an impassioned performance in Dream Of A King at theSpace Triplex, as he reimagines the hours leading up to the a…
To some, Reverend Sheen is a walking miracle.
The Bubble Show For Adults Only starts innocently enough.
Rock Choir is the largest contemporary choir in the UK offering the general public the chance to sing without audition or any requirement to read music.
Asterglow theatre is a new amateur company focused on new writing centered on female and non-binary individuals.
The world comes together in an embrace of music and dance that will take the audience on a vibrant and captivating journey from the most primitive sounds of India to the fiery rhyt…
Let the mesmerising sounds of bossa nova and flamenco take you on a mind-blowing fusion, where an impeccably skilful flamenco guitar and incredibly rich spirit of bossa nova flirts…
A twisted satire swirling around the greed and vanity that haunts the high-class art world.
Step into the glamorous Roaring Twenties as the inimitable Hester and Ruby bring their speakeasy spirit to Edinburgh.
Washington State, 1910.
A musical memoir about one woman’s solo bicycle/music tour 1,254 miles down the west coast of the USA.
When Ollie’s sister goes missing, we are plunged into a dark underworld that reveals pain much greater than the loss of a relative.
Having only been in existence for three years, both Academy and Pitch Fight have already shaken up the UK a cappella scene.
An Irish, black comedy set in 1980s Dublin where the fish factory floor becomes the stage for three women’s stories of one life-changing night.
Lewis is numbing himself in his video world, dropping into the rabbit hole of his imagination.
An eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime.
This story talks about a boy’s growth experience, as he understands the Chinese myth of Shan Hai Jing.
Sweet Nothings are back and better than ever.
Multi award-winning MATE Productions (Best of Liverpool Theatres 2012 and 2014, ***** (MadeUp.
Getting power is easy.
Fringe newcomers all the way from Canada, Yonge Guns packed their bags full of all that influences them as musicians, teachers and accountants.
Ever felt like you were a princess in a fairy tale of Tinder-ella and the seven twats? Me too.
The Bluebelles are bringing midnight snacks and jazzy tracks to the Edinburgh Fringe with a fantastic a cappella night in! Returning to Edinburgh for their fourth year, following s…
Billy Joel: Piano Man Live! showcases the very best of the dynamic songbook of the legendary Billy Joel.
Using nothing but their voices and innovative live looping techniques, genre-bending FreePlay takes you from the concert halls of Europe to the jazz clubs of Manhattan, the temples…
Canadian-based a cappella, close-harmony jazz quartet Hampton Avenue dazzles with their unique timbre, impeccable musicianship and jazz chops to boot.
Deeply tender and sensuous, Sarah Kane’s Crave is set in an unnamed city from which voices and images spring.
Laurel and Hardy – arguably the best comic duo ever, with never a bad word between them.
Roses are red, violets are blue, The Bristol Suspensions have a show to do – but what happens when Cupid shoots his arrow into the rehearsal room? Fresh from their US tour, join …
Internationally renowned a cappella sensation Semi-Toned returns to the Edinburgh Fringe for its sixth consecutive year.
Every singer and member of our Blueswater Presents family, featuring 20 musicians, will be playing in a raucous showcase that presents the best blues music the Fringe has to offer.
American Performing Arts International is thrilled to bring their newest musical revue to Edinburgh.
After sold-out performances and rave reviews at Fringe 2017, we’re excited to return to Edinburgh with this revue of Broadway hits! Join us as we bring the best of Broadway to the …
Eighteen talented actors bring you a spectacular reinvention of Lewis Carroll’s Wonderland.
Toby Jenkins hates boarding school.
Tommy saw his whole regiment wiped out on the first day of the Battle of the Somme in 1916.
Universal Academy, an award-winning charter school from the state of Texas, proudly presents this riveting hit new musical! Featuring a multicultural cast of students, this product…
The world is full of wonderfully different people – dramatic, dreamy, daring and disturbing! Join our medley of characters on an energetic journey through their dreams, hopes and…
Inclusive theatre group The Theatre Shed will explore end of life and organ donation in a unique and inspiring way.
Following multiple sell-out shows for both companies at the Fringe, Theatre Re and Fourth Monkey are joining forces for 2018 and return to the festival with an exciting, ensemble-l…
Join Edinburgh bluesman and lead singer of The Black Diamond Express, Toby Mottershead, on a solo musical exploration of blues, showing how early guitarists inspired each other.
Tour guides need good voices but there’s only one who amazes her audiences with crystalline singing.
Adapted by Interplay, the National Sensory Theatre, from the play by Greg Cullen, this multi-sensory theatre piece beautifully illuminates the story of a girl lost in a jungle at t…
Frisky are transporting audiences to a fantasy land created by two pre-pubescent girls, Tilly and Inga (played by Camille Dawson and Serena Ramsey).
In this weird and wonderful adaptation of this mournful legend, Eurydice is presented by concentrating not on the passionate pilgrimage of Orpheus to retrieve his bride but on Eury…
Edinburgh Fringe sell-out show in 2017.
‘Join me, Loquacious, storyteller extraordinaire; my words weave with unique flair.
History is plagued with horror written on its own walls.
The Mzansi Ensemble performed a tribute to OR Tambo at the Barbican Theatre in London 2007 and have performed in SA’s prestigious theatres: the SA State Theatre for the 2010 World …
Four twenty-something-year-old friends come back to their hometown to celebrate the life of Jessica, their best friend’s late wife.
From chasing girls to catching spiders, James knows what’s expected of him as a man.
Anarchic, honest and witty, Grant travels the UK with his double bass performing songs that make half of his audience extremely glad and the other half extremely mad.
The stage is strewn with detritus, traces of lives lived on the margin.
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