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Edinburgh Fringe 2017

All Kidding Aside

An enjoyable hour of gentle comedy.


Deft and fluid storytelling. Well worth seeking out.

Big Bite-Size Lunch Hour: Izzy’s Manifestos

"fine and authentic character acting"


Tiff Stevenson at her best


Meet Lily as she confronts her choices in the waiting room of an abortion clinic


Energetic, bold, entertaining and fun!

Frank Carson – A Rebel Without a Pause

That’s a cracker. It’s the way he told ‘em.

Frankie Vah

Moving, fast paced and riveting - a cautionary tale of pride and fall.

It’s No Job for a Nice Jewish Girl

A debut solo show exploring the drive to fit in, with a bit about being a pop star.

Jenny Bede: Eggtime

"Fast-paced, full-on and painfully funny"

Knock, Knock

Niv Petel’s physical solo uses a unique point of view to draw back the thick curtain of politics in the Middle East.


Brave, honest autobiographical piece about mental health

Michael Brandon – Off-Ramps

A well-told insight into a life in Hollywood

Mikelangelo: Cave-Waits-Cohen

"It fills our hearts with the songs we love sung by a man who transforms the lyrics into a personal love song to us all."

Moving On

Chris Kent , charming and surreal

One Romanian Asking Questions

A comedian’s comedian

Pike St.

Vulnerable and triumphant: theatre at its very heart


Absorbing and masterful storytelling; a poignant coming to terms with loss

Rice Krispies with Ketchup

The show is based loosely on my son's autism, growing up in South America and relationships/starting over

Shell Shock

And astounding performance in both a measured and frantic performance that brings PTSD from Tommy's living room into your conscience.

Show Me The Money

A compelling take on what it means to be a professional artist.

Show Up

"Improvised Comedy at its very best"


Powerful insights into the world of eating disorders

The Conscious Uncoupling

Weaving comedy memoir and love letters in a story about breaking up

The House

Enter the unique world of Jane’s dark comedy characters – five characters who are once again inspired by her roots in The Lakes

The Science of Cringe

Picture a Venn diagram where behavioural science, character comedy and storytelling are intersecting the hell out of each other.

The Time Machine

An excellently executed journey into the future


Powerful one woman show, with strong writing.