Review: Ask a Stripper

An hour with a naked women, incisively and nakedly exploring the issue of stripping.


Review: Looping

A divergent dance experience that is as eclectic and participative as it is enriching and impressive


Review: CAMP

From conception to execution this is pure brilliance!


Review: Fulfilment

Energetic cast, provocative story with puppetry


Review: Van Gogh Find Yourself #vgfy

A remarkable performance piece that captures the essence of a creative human who has a tremendous effect on us all, particularly this actor in front of us.


Review: Timandra Harkness: Take a Risk

Timandra Harkness is an intelligent and interesting performer, calmly steering us through a show exploring the concept of risk taking, that didn't need to work hard to keep our attention.


Review: The Isle of Brimsker

Enchanting experience for those with multiple challenges which uses the full range of sensory experiences to great effect.


Review: Weight/Wait

“An emotional rollercoaster that is gripping from start to finish…a powerful piece of physical theatre.”


Review: History Of Ireland

“A slick combination of politically driven theatre, dance and comedy with more than a touch of the Blarney…”


Review: (Even) Hotter

A hilarious expose of what is hot, in your body, for your body and with other bodies.


Review: Somebody

When does a girl become a woman? This is the question at the heart of Somebody.


Review: Honey’s Happening

Welcome to Honey's Happening where pineapple surprise and party games are sure to bring about world peace


Review: Pamela’s Palace

A very entertaining theatrical experience - creative, well acted and lots of laughter!!!


Review: £¥€$ (Lies)

By the end of this you’ll know far more about the banking sector than even Robert Peston explains. Now go and play them for a fool.


Review: Ubu Roi

An Absurd Look At The State We're In...And What Might Happen Next


Review: Eurohouse

A modern European cautionary tale perforned by two engaging and clever clowns


Review: Not I

Punctures the reverence that surrounds Beckett’s classic


Review: £¥€$ (LIES)

Cleverly crafted experience by masters of interactive performance


Review: The Majority

If Rob Drummond’s /Bullet Catch/ charmed and alarmed at NT’s The Shed and Brighton Festival in 2013, here Drummond starts his odyssey of political immersion in a prison cell; for throwing a punch at a neo-Nazi. Opening three days after the Charlottesville murder, the timing’s eerily prescient and more charged than even Drummond might have imagined.


Review: Seeing Stars

Here’s Tycho Brahe to lead us by his gold nose. You can never start star-gazing too young; this Rust and Stardust production is a dazzling place to start. Enchanting, informative and exhilarating in equal measure; Conlon and Sommers’ singing sets a magical seal on this star-breaking look at the universe.


Review: World Factory

An outstanding interactive performance game, exposing the complexity of the Chinese textile industry.


Review: 4D Cinema

A historical and technological exploration of Marlene Dietrich, autobiography and live performance.


Review: 07800 834 030

Delightful embodiment of the Fringe spirit in a comedy show which changes every night


Review: In Fidelity

A fascinating look at love, cheating, and relationships with a live onstage date between audience members


Review: The Big Stiffy

Absurd and off-the-wall, this surreal funeral party is a bizarre experiment that really does pay off


Review: Crème de la Crem

Deftly structured, evenly paced, informative and entertaining, Crème de la Crem is a must see for anyone who'd like a great funeral.


Review: SELKiE

The seal performs for us and gets his revenge upon us.


Review: Morro and Jasp Do Puberty

A peak behind the crimson curtains of two regular girls who just want to have fun, be loved, and figure out how the holy b*lls tampons work.


Review: Follow the Faun

A forty-five minute acid trippy escapade of movement, music, lights and human connection