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Edinburgh Fringe 2021

A fascinatingly delivered riff on one woman’s journey for recognition and soul which includes a brush from a smear test.


A Theatrical Life

The travails of an actor's life come alive in this stark yet heartwarming journey through five decades of theatre


Ask a Stripper

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


Bard In The Yard : The Scottish Play

Will’s got a nasty case of writer’s block and is in desperate need of ideas and people to help him.


Bogumer (or Children of Lunacharski)

Meaningful and creative physical storytelling.


Bones and Wires

Exploration of contrasts, curious, subtle and meaningful.


Bromance

A physically impressive look at male relationships that depend upon being friends but has depth beyond just being pals


Candy

A close encounter with a drag queen yields unexpected results


Catch The Bird Who Won’t Fly

A beautiful film of an ugly truth.


Celebrating Okoe

A beautiful homage to a personal friend and teacher that is rich and deep in the rhythm of celebration.


Cello on Fire

Stunningly beautiful music pushing the boundaries of the cello


Cheryl Martin – One Woman

Moving verbal and visual storytelling


Corpsing

Dignitas with a difference


Distance Remaining

A quirky film, beautifully acted about three separate lives.


Drown Your Sorrows!

Cryptic clues abound in this search for the elixir of life.


East Belfast Boy by Fintan Brady

Gritty, provocative, creative!


Eight Hundred Dollar Value

A film development that struggles in a theatre


Ellipsis

A mix of stand up and confessional which is funny and tragic in almost equal measure.


Elsa McTaggart : When The World Stood Still

Foot tapping tunes emerge from a surreal lockdown experience.


Fear of Roses

A crime caper with twists that ignites curiosity.


Femme Ta Bouche

A melodramatic revelation and epic journey of self-discovery that is prescient and worthy of a pedestal upon which to put itself.


For All the Love You Lost

A fascinating portrait of the anxiety of youth, the loss of somebody close and that endings are not always assured, even in a theatre.


Get Your Life Back

A theatrical take on reality TV infecting reality, itself.


Granny Smith’s

A lovely entrée to the bilingualism of French and English delivered in mask by a woman who knows and who entertains.


Grin

A fantastic piece of collaboration which is as energetic as it is creative and challenging.


Hear, Speak, See

A brilliantly dramatic examination of women’s power plays at a dinner party like no other.


I Love You, Mum – I Promise I Won’t Die

Moving and impactful, heartfelt and generous.


I/O

Interesting exploration of movement, technology and space.


It’s Not Rocket Science

Science really can be for girls.


Language Games

A quirky and delightful play of language and ideas in a short film depicting 4 characters in philosophical conversation (overseen by a giant, verbal rabbit).


Looking for América

Epic personal story, very well crafted and performed. It’s a lifetime and back – a meaningful, visceral and emotive experience. Not to be missed!


Love in the Time of Lockdown

An acute observational review of love (and life) under lockdown


Madame Modjeska’s Fairytale – Titi, Nunu, Klembolo or the adventures of two lilac boys and a six legged dog

A short film which follows the dance infused exploits of two performers following a beautiful tale from the time of Shakespeare.


Madhouse

A fascinating drama around students stuck in one house that is, indeed, a bit mad.


mandla rae – as british as a watermelon

Powerful, visual and impactful.


Mary Stuart

A new take on Schiller’s play that removes the men and truly heightens the drama.


Migrant Shakespeare

Imaginative concept!


Migrant Shakespeare

A tremendous idea which works in some parts.


Mimi’s Suitcase

Poignant, provocative, entertaining true story!


Mr. Dilly’s Alice in Wonderland

An entertaining and standard retelling of a classic online.


Mustard by Eva O’Connor

One-woman bravura storytelling about love and addiction


My House

A fascinating films walks us through the celebrity history of a Los Angeles house


Myra’s Story

One woman, many characters, several tragedies told with the earnestness of truth and the triumph of theatre.


NewsRevue

Continues to set the standard for rapid-fire, topical sketch comedy.


NOunderstanding

A relentless/restless modern dance from Italy about communication and lack of understanding


OD’D

Highly skilled and theatrical solo acrobatics with balls, silks and centrifugal force- a mesmerizing performance from Finland.


On Your Bike

Love, labour and left over pizzas in a foot-tapping whirligig of a musical.


Planet of the Grapes – Live from NYC

60 minutes of unique, inventive adventure with adorable toy-like characters that will thoroughly engage you and make you smile


Plasters

Two actors in a relationship, both on and offstage, struggle to find meaning for themselves.


Pool (No Water)

Macabre exploitation of a friend’s tragic accident.


Prelude #1- The Circle

From Quebec- highly satisfying and professional unraveling of gesture and motion in a ritualistic circle


Prison Game

Hercules is a very compelling performer who has created a snapshot of a microcosm that we can learn from, in this complex meaningful physical theatre show


Rapunzel

A tremendously enthusiastic summer panto slap bang in the tradition of getting them going, taking them on a journey and filling them full of good cheer.


RAT

Sophisticated music and artistic shadow puppetry!


Rituel

A fascinating performance where the machismo of life is beautifully sent off into the clouds.


Rosetti’s Women

A lovely, dramatic presentation that covers the racy relationships, from the perspectives of three of his women, of Dante Gabriel Rossetti.


Saved

Kitsch. Retro. Delightful.


Shakespeare’s Fool

Will ‘Cavaleiro’ Kempe – the jester who was nobody’s fool


Shook

An exceptional performance of an exceptional play


Silent

Bravura storytelling about fantasy and family from the perspective of a homeless man in Ireland


Silver Feet

A fascinating dance piece which takes us through the feet sculpted around our guide.


Slings and Arrows

The principal reason why a stage should always be a platform for the voices unheard.


Spaces Between Us and Satori

Two poignant dances about light and distance from Australia


Sweating the Small Stuff

An episodic call to concentrate on the big stuff rather than the wee things which hits more than it misses.


The Adventures of Sleepyhead

A charming theatrical performance of someone who thinks that by becoming a grown up, they lose their dreams.


The Bank Job

A really good idea that has style but lacks the killer punch.


The Big Birthday Show with Magic Gareth

A superior children’s show delivered with verve and vitality and with a lot of skill and with a dollop of kids.


The Chosen Harem

A beautiful exploration on film of haram and sexuality.


The Dream Train

Contemplative and beautiful to watch, 4 characters interact in juxtaposed realities underscored by Bach's Goldberg Variations


The End of the Line

Do strangers see us as we are, rather than how we might wish to be seen?


The Event

A solo show which deconstructs theatre, our lives and how artifice might be presented or might not in a remarkable performance by the man who created it, sold it on and still can be marveled at doing it.


The Man Who Planted Trees

A must-see performance of a moving and timely story told by two men and a dog- an inventive treat for adults as well as kids


The Power of Silence

Memories, imagery, tender and searing recollections - it creeps up on you!


The Return of Sherlock Holmes

The standard story set up by a highly entertaining pair who deliver a very high standard of performance.


Under the Floorboards

Enter the story of serial killer Ed Gain and his house of horrors - if you dare!


We Came To Dance

A truly immersive experience where you dance to the rhythms of another world in a class that should make you spin.


With-in

Abstract performance set to a fascinating musical soundscape.


Wrong Number

An entertaining take on how lock down may have led to potential lawlessness.


Yin Wee Ceilidh

Braw. Simply braw.