FringeReview Scotland 2016
A 40 minute treat filled with uneven delivery but gusto and guts
A startling 7 woman collective piece that tells remarkable individual stories in a striking collective theatrical piece on the role of Italian women in Scotland
A full hour of laughter and fun from an Icelandic performer that tickles, amuses and makes you guffaw liberally.
A narrative piece of theatre weaving the story of a wife and a soldier under the conditions of war
A work in progress that looks at preparation for an apocalypse
An incredibly poignant homage to the working class
An exploration of sexuality within the 21st century confines of unconfined and ill defined relationships.
An amusing and poignant solo show look at the value of inheritance
The funeral of a daughter, on the side of Loch Lomond is carefully choreographed by the corpse whilst she is still living.
A short musing film on the nature of curiosity
How are you going to spend your life, in 70 minutes of event that might change your mind.
Youth Theatre commentary on the essentials of life, the universe and an apprenticeships in painting and decorating.
An intriguing evening of disaster, mayhem and murder in a cocktail frock
A poignant exploration of cerebral palsy from some who know
The seal performs for us and gets his revenge upon us.
A short run through the lives left after cancer steals away a child
An off beat look at life that highlights rather than sparkles but raises a smile nonetheless
Scotland's leading integrated theatre company deliver an evening you should not keep quiet about
A mixed reimagining of the classic Russian text in Scotland
Students tackle a morality tale that appears to lack much morality
One man’s journey from fireman to girlfriend to boyfriend as told in 1 minute episodes