An evocative and touching personal take on a hidden corner of London’s waterways.

Review: Sectioned

A raw and poetic journey through the experience of being sectioned

Review: Greenfinch

Pete Strong maps his life through walks in nature in a poetic exploration of how we lift ourselves up and move on

Review: Rebel Boob

Based on interviews with women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.

Review: Romantics

As ever consummate, fine performances, and probing memorably into women Romantic poets

Review: Just Like Giving Blood

Upton’s notches of logic are nudged with brilliance, the actual narrative a granular run-up to an enormous yes.

Review: Rebel Boob

What happens when your life as you know it stops, and then starts again.

Review: Identity

Thrilling and inventive, pulsing with creativity and ability

Review: Drone

An affecting and challenging experience of the Trans world within our communities mixed with a fascinating back track and technology mixed right in front of our eyes.

Review: Deer Woman

A rightfully angry production that gives voice to a story that needs to be more widely heard

Review: Umbrella Man

Start your Fringe day with a bang in the hands of a very talented poet and storyteller

Review: Suffering from Scottishness

Citizen Scotland’s Joseph McDaid takes us through a funny, engaging and erudite consultation on what it is like to be Scottish, for the non Scots who might want to be Scots.

Review: Sullied

“A brave, empowering and explosive blend of dance and spoken word…”

Review: Ane City

A poetic tale of drugs, alcohol, and adolescent angst in Dundee, Scotland

Review: #Hypocrisy

A Poetic, Personal Reflection on White Privilege, Terrorism and Instagram Activism

Review: Enough

A violent attack on the social norms which drive self-harm in its many and varied forms.

Review: Gie’s Peace

Inspiring Stories of Courageous Women - An Exploration of War Through Storytelling and Music

Review: Kosher Bacon

Tapas from the kosher kitchen

Review: Wandering Bones

The true tale of an unpleasant 19th century Lothario and the murder of his unwitting wife.

Review: Wondr

Snappy writing and brilliant solo performance on the theme of digital technology

Review: Know Brexit

A reminder that divorce is never straightforward. Or cheap.

Review: Raising Lazarus

A thought provoking and original show that is both funny and hard hitting

Review: The Magnetic Diaries

An intelligent and challenging poetic narrative exploring modern day female depression.

Review: Child’s Play

An intelligently argued, entertaining defence of a much-maligned generation

Review: Tongue Fu

Amy Leon gives a masterclass in performance poetry

Review: Knowing EU

Straight talking about the EU the UK has opted to leave

Review: Stunning The Punters

Arguably, no single person in English theatre has a better understanding and presents a fuller expression of physical theatre than George Dillon. His vocal range is phenomenal whilst his physical presence is captivating. Superlatives become redundant.

Review: Haim: In the Light of a Violin

Mesmerising, heart-rending concert-cum-narration of a child’s journey through violin lessons to auditioning in Auschwitz, and beyond as told through his eyes.

Review: Hercules

"the entirely imaginary visuals he creates are amazing."

Review: Loud Poets

Bold, loud, passionate and engaging – poetry for the masses with a wonderful energy

Review: Show Your Hope

Fascinating, charming storytelling about travels and art

Review: Bayou Blues

An enchanting one woman show that takes us down to the bayou of New Orleans.