Edinburgh Fringe 2010
Champagne and nibbles all round in Mrs Moneypenny’s “at home”.
The bedtime story of every child's favourite serial killer as you've never seen it before
Celebrities, are they for real?
Chris Addison right in the thick of it.
A sweetly engaging story about one man and his dad. And his 30,000 ducks ..
Where there’s sex, lies and videotape, the truth will out.
Straight bat on a sticky wicket sees Jupp produce a winning hit.
The search for a young man’s identity through story-telling and a good deal of pluck.
The search for a young man's idenity through story-telling, and a good deal of pluck.
Daniel Kitson's best ever. Yet more brilliant storytelling by the alternative national treasure.
Intelligent, entertaining and worth more than one visit.
‘Hello, I’m Laura, and this is my show’. This simple and straightforward introduction to Laura Solon’s 2010 story gives a good indication of the hour that’s about to follow: light, witty and smart.
Musical Anecdotes from the 60's veterans
This is the story of the BBC: just an old, saggy broadcasting corporation, and a bit loose at the seams. But Toby loved it ..
Characters galore queue up in the £1million giveaway.
A sharp and witty one-woman show.
The team behind 2009 hit ‘Ophelia (Drowning)’ are back with a quirky adaptation of the Brecht classic.
An entertaining and amusing hour of song and chat.
Rib hurting humour from one of Scotland’s foremost young performers
Rapier like wit and no (MP’s) expense spared.
Interesting and visual depiction of Euripides’ masterpiece.
How not to approach public speaking
Helen Mirren inspires Susan’s success.