Edinburgh Fringe 2021
Will’s got a nasty case of writer’s block and is in desperate need of ideas and people to help him.
Meaningful and creative physical storytelling.
Moving verbal and visual storytelling
A quirky film, beautifully acted about three separate lives.
Gritty, provocative, creative!
A crime caper with twists that ignites curiosity.
A melodramatic revelation and epic journey of self-discovery that is prescient and worthy of a pedestal upon which to put itself.
A fascinating portrait of the anxiety of youth, the loss of somebody close and that endings are not always assured, even in a theatre.
Moving and impactful, heartfelt and generous.
Science really can be for girls.
Epic personal story, very well crafted and performed. It’s a lifetime and back – a meaningful, visceral and emotive experience. Not to be missed!
An acute observational review of love (and life) under lockdown
A fascinating drama around students stuck in one house that is, indeed, a bit mad.
Powerful, visual and impactful.
Poignant, provocative, entertaining true story!
One woman, many characters, several tragedies told with the earnestness of truth and the triumph of theatre.
Two actors in a relationship, both on and offstage, struggle to find meaning for themselves.
Macabre exploitation of a friend’s tragic accident.
Hercules is a very compelling performer who has created a snapshot of a microcosm that we can learn from, in this complex meaningful physical theatre show
A tremendously enthusiastic summer panto slap bang in the tradition of getting them going, taking them on a journey and filling them full of good cheer.
Sophisticated music and artistic shadow puppetry!
A lovely, dramatic presentation that covers the racy relationships, from the perspectives of three of his women, of Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
Will ‘Cavaleiro’ Kempe – the jester who was nobody’s fool
An exceptional performance of an exceptional play
Contemplative and beautiful to watch, 4 characters interact in juxtaposed realities underscored by Bach's Goldberg Variations
Do strangers see us as we are, rather than how we might wish to be seen?
A must-see performance of a moving and timely story told by two men and a dog- an inventive treat for adults as well as kids
Memories, imagery, tender and searing recollections - it creeps up on you!
The standard story set up by a highly entertaining pair who deliver a very high standard of performance.
Enter the story of serial killer Ed Gain and his house of horrors - if you dare!