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  • 13 Sunken Years

    Three women, three generations, tied together not only by blood but also by the magic of the river that runs through their remote Finnish town. One day the mother disappears. It happened the day... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • 21 Things You Should Know About Toronto's Crack-Smoking Mayor

    He's admitted smoking crack. He's been drunk in public. He's the mayor of Toronto and his supporters adore him. But when one woman's passionate defence of the world's most scandalous politician... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Ablutions

    Picture yourself as a bartender, sipping top-shelf whiskey and watching your customers descend into nightly oblivion. Your heart is broken by the world around you and leaving your whiskey aside,... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • And They Played Shang-a-Lang

    We follow Jim's life as he negotiates the stormy waters of adolescence. From school playground to school disco, we witness his life through his memories as it unfolded around him. His first... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • ...and this is my friend Mr Laurel

    A biographical one-man play about the life of film comedian Stan Laurel. Set in the bedroom of a sick Oliver Hardy the show takes place during Laurel's visit to the dying man. Recounting their... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Art of Falling Apart

    'There's two kinds of people Callum. There's you. And there's everyone else'. Callum realises modern life is rubbish and walks out on his, but to who knows where? Stage Best Ensemble and Total... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Austentatious An Improvised Jane Austen Novel

    Austentatious offer an eloquent, irreverent and 100% improvised take on Britain's favourite novelist - watch a full-length Austen story crafted from scratch, entirely based on your suggestions! At... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Beowulf: The Blockbuster

    A father's final chance to connect with his son. A boy with a film soaked imagination. A cinematic journey through an ancient tale, brought to vivid life in this one-man stage phenomenon.... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Best of BE Festival

    BE (Birmingham European) FESTIVAL champions the work of original and daring theatre makers from across Europe. In Best of BE FESTIVAL, three highlights from this year's festival are showcased... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Bette Davis Ain't for Sissies

    It's early evening of 1939 Academy Awards, young Miss Davis is nominated for Best Actress and the Los Angeles Times leaked the Oscar winners early! 'This year Vivian Leigh will take home the Oscar... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • The Big Bite-Size Breakfast Show

    Wake up and smell the coffee! Come and be welcomed by our friendly cast and enjoy a fresh good morning Edinburgh theatre experience! Three all new rotating menus (why not book all three!) of... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Big in Belgium - 2nd edition Sirens/Landscape with Skiproads/Where the World is Going, That's Where We Are Going/Looking for Paul

    Following the huge success of the inagural season last year, this summer, Richard Jordan Productions Ltd, Summerhall and Theatre Royal Plymouth return to present a second BIG IN BELGIUM at the... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Black Faggot

    It's not easy being young, gay and Samoan - especially when God and your mother are watching. Meet the undercover brother desperate to prove he's straight, an island mama whose beloved son turns... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Blind Hamlet

    Blind Hamlet transforms Shakespeare's tragedy into an interactive theatrical battle and reimagines the bloody struggle for Hamlet's Elsinore. Volunteers take to the stage to outwit each other as a... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Bond!

    Bond is back... older but still wisecracking... Following performances in the USA and Australia, Gavin Robertson focuses his attention on the Bond phenomenon, in his latest physical cartoon-style... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Bottleneck

    Am I a virgin? I think I am. I mean it went in her but it was floppy and it wasn't very nice so I think I'm a virgin. I'm going to say I am. Will look better on my uni applications. Liverpool,... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • The Capone Trilogy: Loki

    The Trickster. Inspired by Norse mythology. Chicago, 1923. Lola Keen is plotting the demise of her husband ... a plan that ?ies dangerously close to disaster. Played to the beat of a vaudeville... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Capone Trilogy: Lucifer

    The Usurper. An immersive reimagining of the Biblical legend. 1934. Nick Nitti grows too proud, grasps too far, and falls from grace - out of the criminal underworld he thought paradise. He tried... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Capone Trilogy: Vindici

    The Revenger. Inspired by The Revenger's Tragedy. 1943. In a city full of shadows and deceit, the Chicago law force is in the hands of the highest bidder. Alone in his Lexington Hotel room sits... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Carousel

    Nothing can stop the carousel. While driving to her dying mother's bedside, a woman calls upon the spirit of her dead grandmother. So begins a quest through a labyrinth of memories. The Carousel... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Civil Rogues

    England, 1649: the King has lost his head; the Queen has fled; the Globe Theatre has been demolished and all productions are banned. Developed at the Other Place at the Royal Shakespeare Company,... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged)

    Dissecting humour from Aristophanes to Zaltzman. The bad boys of abridgment deconstruct the entire history of comedy in 75 minutes. 'It's a show about wit. About quick minds. About what makes us... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) (Revised)

    All 37 plays in 120 minutes. The sixteen comedies are reduced to a single section and the histories are played as a ball game. For all those who hate Shakespeare here is a rapid run through the... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Confirmation

    "If you put me up against the wall and put a gun to my head, I'd probably admit to being a liberal. Actually if you put me up against a wall and put a gun to my head I'd probably admit to being... Read More

    CLOSES 23 AUG 2014
  • Couples Who Changed the World

    8 live radio play recordings about 8 couples who changed the way we live today. A different original story every day.Duration: 1hr. Suitability: PGFringe Festival. Pleasance DomeRead More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Curing Room

    Spring 1944 - Seven Soviet soldiers have been captured by the Nazis, stripped naked and abandoned in the locked empty cellar of a monastery in southern Poland. Deprived of all ties to their world,... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    Christopher, fifteen years old, stands beside Mrs Shears' dead dog. It has been speared with a garden fork, it is seven minutes after midnight and Christopher is under suspicion. He records each... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Dead Simple

    Michael Harrison has it all; great career, great friends and a beautiful fianc?. But when his stag night prank goes horribly wrong, Michael finds himself left alone, buried alive and facing a... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Dead to Me

    Steven is a believer - he believes in reason, logic and humanity. The psychic believes in the spirits. Dead To Me is a disturbingly funny story about a man and his troubled relationship with a... Read More

    CLOSES 23 AUG 2014
  • Desire and Pursuit Angel: Take This Body/Now We Are Pope: Frederick Rolfe in Venice/Tadzio Speaks: Death in Venice revisited

    Three one-man plays about beauty, faith and obsession.Angel: Take This Body - A priest devotes his life to God fights daily against the temptations of the flesh. Now he must confront the man - or... Read More

    CLOSES 23 AUG 2014
  • Donald Robertson is Not a Stand Up Comedian

    What would you do if everyone in the world hated you? Would you run? Would you fight? Or would you try to make them laugh? Donald Robertson has no mates and he isn't funny. But with guidance from... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Dr Longitude's Marvellous Imaginary Medicine

    Roll up for the most magnifical, tremendible and fantasticulous experience in town! Ever wanted to count a Decapus' legs? Or wondered what a Whistling Pank eats? Would you like to catch a glimpse... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Dracula

    In the spring of 1893 Jonathan Harker, a young English solicitor, visits Castle Dracula in Transylvania for what he believes to be a routine deal with the nobleman Count Dracula. Harker soon... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Dylan Thomas: Return Journey

    One man play about the life of the great Welsh poet hero destined for greatness and failure.Running time: 1hr 40mins. Age recommendation 12+Fringe Festival. Pleasance Courtyard - BeneathRead More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Ernest and the Pale Moon

    Tick Tock Tick Tock... Every night Ernest sits, quiet and still, in the darkened corner of his apartment block, watching, waiting... Poe meets Hitchcock in this noir horror which combines live... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Exhibit B Third World Bunfight

    Exhibit B lies somewhere between performance and exhibition. 13 tableau vivant installations featuring black performers look at the themes of racism, 'othering' and the colonial history of Europe... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Fair Intellectual Club

    A tale of teenage love, friendship and betrayal set at the dawn of the Scottish Enlightenment. Based on the true story of three Edinburgh girls who formed The Fair Intellectual Club in 1717. They... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

    Dr Hunter S Thompson's twisted, madcap adventure to find the heart of the American Dream is staged in this once-in-a-lifetime collaboration between his old friend and colleague Lou Stein and the... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Forgotten Voices

    Taken from the Imperial War Museum's oral testimonies of the veterans of World War One, Forgotten Voices is a series of vivid and deeply moving accounts of battle and its terrible aftermath.... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Freak

    'They think I am the most beautiful thing in the world. And I don't mind being a thing. I don't want their respect. I want only their animal desire'. Georgie is 30 with dirty secrets. She drinks... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Front

    Belgium 1914-18. Despite its neutrality, this small country has been, for over four years, the battlefield for foreign powers vying for supremacy in a horrifying conflict seemingly without end. On... Read More

    CLOSES 26 AUG 2014
  • The Gamblers

    A new, all-female version of Gogol's comedy: a story of women who gamble, hustle, cheat, drink, swear, sing and dance. And never apologise for it.This event takes place at Summerhall Pl.... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • The Generation of Z

    Have you got what it takes to survive a zombie apocalypse? The Generation of Z hurls you head first into a world ravaged by the undead. Fight for your future as you journey through a battle... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Goodbye Gunther

    Goodbye Gunther plays with one of our biggest fears and taboos - dying. The ever optimistic protagonist finds humour in even the darkest moments as he rehearses the end of his life using... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Government Inspector

    The news that a government inspector is due to arrive in a small town sends its bureaucrats into a panicked frenzy. A simple case of mistaken identity exposes the hypocrisy and corruption at the... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Government Inspector

    In a greedy and decadent world, power-hungry politicians behave badly as they battle to save their skins. An 'immensely talented ensemble' Fest conjure a hilarious, irreverent and physically... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Great Fire of Nostril

    Award-winning sketch villains 'mix Game of Thrones, the League of Gentlemen and Roald Dahl' (Sunday Times) into a sinister tale of heartbreak, conjoined siblings and probable arson. Double Malcolm... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Ha Ha Hood! And the Prince of Leaves

    rreverent and funny, this brand new romp from writer Ben Langley will take you on an hilarious adventure through the heroic and daring world of Sherwood Forest led by the world's favourite outlaw... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Hamlet

    Written between 1599 and 1601. The play, set in Denmark, recounts how Prince Hamlet exacts revenge on his uncle Claudius, who has murdered Hamlet's father, the King, and then taken the throne and... Read More

    CLOSES 23 AUG 2014
  • He Had Hairy Hands

    A tale of supernatural slaughter. Combining beautiful visuals, original music, quite an important pigeon and several different coats, He Had Hairy Hands will take you on a dark, tangled journey... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Helen Lawrence

    Vancouver, 1948: wrath, greed, sloth, pride, lust, envy and gluttony all take a turn in a time of fear, paranoia, rage and desperation. The police make pacts with the gangsters who run the... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Hiraeth

    In the summer of 1989, a farmer's wife gave birth to a baby girl. In this moment Buddug James Jones became heir to her family's three hundred year old farming dynasty. Now as a modern young woman,... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • The Hive

    In a world where everybody lives in isolation, is it possible to re-connect? The Hive is a story about rediscovering human connection, in an environment where over time people have become totally... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Horizontal Collaboration

    Performed daily by new actors, always reading blind, Horizontal Collaboration is an intense drama where sex, power and politics meet emotion, seduction and destruction. Four lamps, four laptops.... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Hot Cat

    Welcome to the Deep South. Family politics, power, sexuality and greed collide in 'a comically surreal blend of text, dance and humour' (LA Times). 'If you're a fan of the formally daring and... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • I Promise You Sex and Violence

    David Ireland's brutal and hilarious satire of love and hate dives into the darkest heart of the modern love story. Boy meets girl meets boy meets crippling sexual neurosis. It's not easy out... Read More

    CLOSES 23 AUG 2014
  • In Time O' Strife

    Intensely physical and loud, driven by explosive choreography and a live four piece band, the National Theatre of Scotland's In Time o' Strife is a powerful reimagining of Joe Corrie's rarely... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Inheritance Blues

    The Fenwick brothers are trying to hold a quiet, respectable wake for their father. Not helping matters are decade-old rivalries, familial debt, a blizzard and a blues band that have turned up... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Initiate

    A British couple are seized by Somali pirates. In East London, a Somali taxi driver decides to rescue them. Meeting disbelief with determination, he dismisses his wife's fears and flies out to... Read More

    CLOSES 23 AUG 2014
  • Institute

    Critically acclaimed physical dance theatre company Gecko return with an intimate, funny and moving exploration of what it means to care. Gecko have a reputation for generating unique worlds,... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Jamaica Farewell

    Jamaica. Revolution. Visa. Impossible. CIA. Seduction. Desperation. A dream. Heartbreak. Handsome. American. Customs. Million dollars. Duffel bag. Machetes. Goats. Prostitutes. Bullets.... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Juvenalia

    And now for something completely different - Simon Callow, theatrical treasure extraordinaire, reprises a success from early in his career. The writer, Juvenal born circa 55AD, wrote sixteen... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Kate

    Iceland. 1940. The British are coming. Lost Watch present the work in progress showing of our second show. KATE follows the story of an Icelandic family who open a kiosk to serve the British... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Keeping up with the Joans

    As a noted local drama group prepares to celebrate an important anniversary, two of its former leading lights, Zilla Mint and Kitty Feathers, find that looking back can stir up memories that would... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Kingmaker

    A bumbling, charismatic London Mayor challenges his enemies to become prime minister. But will his comic and colourful past destroy him?Duration: 1hr. Suitability: 14+Fringe Festival. Pleasance... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Kite Runner

    Based on Khaled Hosseini's hugely popular international best-selling novel, The Kite Runner. This haunting tale of friendship spans cultures and continents and follows one man's journey to... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Last Christmas

    An important contemporary story, presented in a boldly theatrical style with a very Welsh context. The play follows Tom as he is confronted by the ghosts of his past when he returns home for... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Light

    Inspired by a dream, the revelations of whistleblower, Edward Snowden, and the debate surrounding state surveillance, Theatre Ad Infinitum brings to life a nightmarish future where the state is... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Lippy

    Fourteen years ago four women made an extraordinary decision. They decided to die. We weren't there. This is not their story. We don't know what they said. We are only putting words in their... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • A Little Nonsense

    A cantankerous man has taken a clown hostage with the aim to knock some sense into him. However, confronting the clown with violence and the harsh realities of life only leads to more punch-lines.... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Live Forever

    'I'm sure most of you remember this, but in case any of you were wandering about in some sort of self-induced coma...' September 1997. Where were you? A burnt-out Britpop hanger-on finds himself... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Lorraine & Alan

    One August, Alan discovers a mysterious young woman lying amongst the seals and their lives become irreversibly entwined. But who is Lorraine? Where does she come from? And why does she take so... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Lungs

    ‘I could fly to New York and back every day for seven years and still not leave a carbon footprint as big as if I have a child. Ten thousand tonnes of CO2. That’s the weight of the Eiffel... Read More

    CLOSES 23 AUG 2014
  • MacBreaveheart: The Other Scottish Play

    Rooted in the past of a dystopian pre-independence future - that means a minimalist set littered with industrial remnants and a broken toilet - Scotland's greatest heroes, Wallace, Bruce and Burns... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho

    'I was lost, alone in the middle of deepest, darkest Soho, desperately seeking a private members club, but it soon became clear I was going the wrong way, and I could have turned back...but you... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Men in the Cities

    An incendiary piece of experimental storytelling. Framed by two violent deaths - the apparently inexplicable suicide of a young gay man, and the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby outside the Royal... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Merry Christmas, Ms Meadow

    A production which challenges the roles of identity, gender and sexuality in the world today. Using first degree research from Africa, Asia, Europe and America, in areas where to be different is... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Mock Tudor

    Welcome to Hampton Court Palace. The year is 1533. Please turn off your mobile phones. Nic, Jess, Sophie and Sam are actors re-creating Henry VIII's weddings, feasts, jousts and river pageants.... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Mousetrap

    Opened at the Ambassadors Theatre in London on 25 November 1952. The World's Longest Running Play! A group of people gathered together in a remote part of the countryside discover there is a... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Night Bus

    The Night Bus: a vehicle, a club, an office, a bedroom, a sanctuary, a hell-hole, a meeting place for strangers...Linda Marlowe (Berkoff's Women, The World's Wife) and Sarah-Louise Young (Julie... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Night Bus

    Explore the secret lives of the late night travellers, the baggage they bring on board and the stories they leave behind on the night bus - a vehicle, a club, an office, a bedroom, a sanctuary, a... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • No Guts, No Heart, No Glory

    'We are sick of it, being ignored. Sick of it, being indoors'. A site-specific play staged in a boxing gym, based on interviews with Muslim female boxers, 'No Guts, No Heart, No Glory' is devised... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Normal/Madness

    'Our mothers always remain the strangest, craziest people we've ever met.' (Marguerite Duras). Kirsty's mother is inappropriate, embarrassing and definitely unusual. For 25 years Kirsty accepted... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • On the Upside Down of the World

    Lady Martin, an intrepid British woman, sails to New Zealand to civilise the natives but instead finds liberation and love as she fights against injustice dealt to Maori at the hands of the... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • One Man, Two Guvnors

    Based on Goldoni's 18th-century comedy The Servant of Two Masters. Fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall becomes minder to Roscoe Crabbe, a small time East End hood, now in Brighton to... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Party in the USA!

    In 2008 the global economy collapsed, Obama ran for president, and Jeff took acid for the first time. Party In The USA! is a high-octane comedy about a world on the brink of financial and moral... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Pitiless Storm

    The eve of Scotland's referendum. A left-wing trade unionist endures a crisis of conscience as he is forced to question his political and moral beliefs in the face of a sea-change in his country's... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Potted Sherlock

    All sixty Sherlock stories in seventy elementary minutes! This delicious romp through the canon of Arthur Conan Doyle is fabulous fun for the whole family. See it first at these exclusive London... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Private Peaceful

    Private Peaceful tells the heart-wrenching story of Tommo, a young First World War soldier awaiting the firing squad at dawn. During the night he relives his short but vivid past: his terrifying... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Pure the Dead and the Brilliant

    What would happen if the bogles, banshees, demons and selkies of Scots folklore were involved in the independence referendum?Elaine C Smith leads a cast of some of Scotland's finest actors, and... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Red Tap/Blue Tiger

    Norton was 21 today. His mother revealed his abusive Dad is not his biological father. Norton flew into a rage, sending his brother into a terminal coma and knocking out his mother. Now he's on... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Regeneration

    Craiglockhart War Hospital, Scotland 1917. Poet and soldier Siegfried Sassoon has been institutionalised in an attempt to undermine his public disapproval of the war. His Army Psychiatrist, Dr... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Return Journey

    A chance to experience the electrifying presence of Dylan Thomas's last lecture tour, and last before the White Horse Pub and the legendary seventeenth whiskey.Duration: 1hr 15mins. Suitability:... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Riverrun

    ...Soft morning, city! Lsp! I am leafy speafing. Lpf! Folty and folty all the nights have being falling on to long my hair. Not a sound, falling... Olwen Fouere, one of Ireland's leading... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Scaramouche Jones

    Having given his final performance, Scaramouche the clown unmasks himself for the last time and reflects on the extraordinary fortunes of his life. Recounting his quest for a father and a... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Silk Road

    'Buying drugs on the internet is simple, anyone can do it'. Meet Bruce, 19, unemployed and living with his nan. When Bruce discovers how easy it is to buy narcotics on the internet, his life and... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • SmallWar

    'When clean souls boil up in the backwash, they will consolidate after the final war, into a peace that shall endure... but not till then. By examining the things cast up in the backwash, we can... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Spine

    Spine is a funny and touching monologue, charting the explosive friendship between a ferocious, wise-cracking teenager and an elderly East End widow. Mischievous activist pensioner Glenda is... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • A Split Decision

    An established marriage on the verge of divorce, but could seeking some professional intervention bring resolve for either party? Inspired by Marriage Guidance by Stanley Odd and written in verse,... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Spoiling

    In front of the world's media, Scotland's Foreign Minister will shortly deliver a keynote speech outlining the newly-independent nation's relationship with the former UK. But there's a problem.... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • Stones in his Pockets

    Jake and Charlie are two 'extras' on a movie blockbuster being filmed in Co Kerry. Is it just a bit of 'craic', a sniff of glamour, forty quid in your hand and then back to porridge, or will the... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Strange Resting Places

    Italy, 1944: A battle torn theatre of the Second World War. The allied onslaught stalls at Monte Cassino and the 28th Maori Battalion find themselves centre stage. Performed in Maori, Italian and... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Sunset Song

    A dramatisation of Lewis Grassic Gibbon's Sunset Song. Set in the farming country of Angus the production tells the story of Chris Guthrie, a young woman torn between her desire to escape the... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Symphony

    In Symphony, theatrical narrative and live gig clash head on, combining three of the most stunning new writers in Britain today with the musical innovation of Ed Gaughan (A Midsummer Night's... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Talk About Something You Like

    A funny, moving and unflinchingly honest account of mental illness. In 2011 Byron spent his summer resting in the magnolia bosom of an NHS psychiatric unit. In this show he extends the frayed... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • The Three Sisters

    It's the not-so-swinging sixties in a Dunoon naval base. Three sisters, Olive, Maddy and Renee have spent the last eleven years looking longingly across the Clyde Estuary. Surrounded by military... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Travesti

    What happens when you put women's voices in the mouths of men? There is an argument that sexist behaviour can be overlooked because society has become used to women being used to it. Travesti is a... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • The Trial of Jane Fonda

    Jane Fonda is one of the most controversial anti-war activists in American history. On 18 June 1988, in a little-known event, Fonda confronted a room of hostile Vietnam veterans in Waterbury,... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • True Brits

    When a violent encounter leads to a whirlwind romance, Rahul is more than willing to be swept into it. But in the aftermath of 7/7, his world changes in ways he cannot control, drawing him into... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Ubu and the Truth Commission

    With its dark and sardonic wit, documentary footage, spectacular animation, poignant puppetry and superb actors, Ubu and the Truth Commission draws on both the historical archive of the hearings... Read More

    OPENING SOON
  • Unfaithful

    Can relationships withstand the brutality of betrayal? Joan and Tom, Tara and Peter; two couples struggling to comprehend their roles as lovers, partners and individuals. As Tom and Tara face the... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014
  • When It Rains

    A series of probable and improbable events befalls four people causing marriages to fall apart, communication to fracture, and people to stop bathing, to lose control, get naked, sing, have sex... Read More

    CLOSES 23 AUG 2014
  • Wingman

    Wingman, a new father-son comedy, is the shambling story of very distant close relations from Richard Marsh, the writer of Fringe First winning Dirty Great Love Story and Radio 4 show Love &... Read More

    CLOSES 25 AUG 2014
  • Winky

    Winky is a unique, thoughtful and hilarious satire staged verbatim from the short story written by George Saunders. Someone is crapping in your oatmeal. If you're losing, someone is probably... Read More

    CLOSES 24 AUG 2014