Online@theSpaceUK – The FringeReview Guide






9th – 30th August 2020

Welcome to the dedicated page for Online@theSpaceUK.

ONE FESTIVAL, THREE WEEKS, EIGHTY SHOWS, all written and produced in lockdown. Join us online, 8th-30th August, 2020.

Browse the programme

Watch the shows here

Watch the cabaret

See family friendly shows

See some comedy

Watch a theatre show

With shows available from 8th August through until 30th August this is true Fringe spirit. With the official Edinburgh Fringe cancelled for 2020, many of the shows that were to have played live at the many theSpaceUK venues in Edinburgh have transferred, transposed and tranformed their work into the digital realm and they are available for your to watch and witness their creative restlessness in these challenging times we find ourselves in. We raise our hats to them all.

I want to see … Online at theSpaceUK…

Here is our indispensable guide to the shows that comprise Online at theSpaceUK…

I want to see…

… an interactive comedy murder mystery. Then see The Murder(ed) Musketeers

… some theatre, the story of a group of teenagers, as they rebel against their controlling parents, struggle to navigate love, and deal with tragedies around them. Then see Spring

… the theatrical reimagining and reinvention of a poem that shines a light on the important issues riddling our youth today: sexual abuse, discrimination and mental health. Then see Those Girls

… some theatre. Then see Spring

… a theatre piece that explores the dangers of forced ignorance and deception when it comes to the lives of young people; a group of schoolchildren trying to navigate the unknowns of adolescence leads to disastrous consequences. Then see Awakening

… songs of Bob Dylan and John Lennon. Then see When Judas Met John – songs of Dylan and Lennon

… a 10-minute drama, set in COVID-19 lockdown and inspired by real events. Then see Detachment

… a short play captures one small theatre company’s attempt to rehearse for their new musical during lockdow. Then see Rehearsal Etiquette.

More to come.