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Edinburgh Fringe 2018


A one woman powerhouse!

A Generous Lover

A masterclass in solo work

A Joke

A joyful leap into the unknown. These incredible performers take you on masterclass of japery.

A Life On The Silk Road

An Epic and Unique Journey Through Dance, Music, Puppetry, and Physical Theatre

A Modern Guide to Heroism and Sidekickery

Not Just for Comic Fans, Modern Guide Inspires the Underdog Hero in All of US

Ad Libido

A moving, painfully funny, brilliantly crafted one woman show that has everything from awkward sex scenes to teenage diaries to talking Yonis.

All Change

A delightful and bittersweet comedy that will tug your heart strings.

Alma, A Human Voice

Clever creation that needs a little glitter!


Highly innovative climate change narrative that draws you into a dramatic movement piece which then delivers a massive knock out blow.

Bad Things Happen Here

A scarce modern dystopia, this show will linger with you for many weeks to come

Bite-Size Plays Presents: Neverwant

Where Do We Find Humanity In A World Without Emotion?


An evocative song of an ancient landscape and two lovers caught in it.


A riff on James Joyce’s Ulysses exploring Bloom’s Jewish heritage as he time travels through the 20th century.

Bowjangles: Excalibow

Outstanding music, vocals, comedy, movement, and innovation combine to create a remarkable performance.


Well crafted, performed and directed, spirited, polished, entertaining and moving show!

Dandy Darkly’s All Aboard!

Well written and performed, deliciously eccentric character, fascinating and entertaining!


Well written and acted contemporary play about 20 somethings is relatable, informative, entertaining and pulls on the heart-strings, the best kind of theatre!

De Fuut

Disturbing look into the mind of a paedophile

Departure Date

Death farce that delivers some of the drama some of the time

Dib, Dib Dead

A worthy drama of a scouting mission that goes seriously wrong

DNA – Alexandra David-Néel

Daring, intelligent, unique, challenging work

East Belfast Boy

An explosive, impressive and energetic exploration of a sub culture in dance from an area of mass testosterone and masculinity


Strong monologues from four actors that show their abilities to hold an audience and deliver a fine piece of writing that belies their age.

Eleanor’s Story: An American Girl in Hitler’s Germany

Moving adaptation of grandmother's book on life in wartime Berlin


Explosive gig-theatre exploring mental health

Extinguished Things

Interesting and moving with detailed descriptions.


Creative, innovative, well-performed and directed, a complete show that entertains and informs!

Female Transport

A tale of transport to the colonies with punishment, exploitation and solidarity at the heart of a straightforward tale, told in an intimate setting.

First Snow / Première neige

Inventive bilingual collaboration where family tensions merge with debate around cultural identity

Girl World

A devised exploration of what being a girl means and how to transition to womanhood.

Grail Project

unique, accomplished, clever, hilarious yet also often touching and powerful work

Greg Byron – Wordshow

Wordshow – comedy for thinking people


A joyous celebration of relationships in all their glorious messiness

Heather and Harry

Stumble Trip Theatre smash it with wonderful hyper energetic Lecoq inspired madness

Holy Moses

A charming retelling of the Moses story through two young people who may win the prize for show furthest travelled and certainly tell this tale with confidence.


Heart-breaking, darkly comic and beautifully performed


A gut-wrenching tale of Indigenous brothers caught in a torrent of solvent abuse in the wake of the death of their mother.

In Loyal Company

A Traumatic But Necessary Reminder Of The Heroes The War Leaves Behind

Istanbul: You’ll Never Walk alone

An iconic night of football told from three perspectives in an enthralling a tale as the one played out in Turkey

I’ll Have What She’s Having

A hilarious run through womanhoodwinked in the 21st Century straight from two women who know from either side of the picketed fence.


An original musical with promise and vitality which nearly gets it spot on.

Love Song To Lavender Menace

Heartwarming tribute to an important piece of LGBT+ history

Meno Pause

A one woman’s personal exploration through the Menopause

My Left Right Foot

Biting, hilarious look at how to be inclusively inclusive

Narcissist in the Mirror

Razor sharp writing and performance. If you’re going to see one play about millenial anx, see this one.

No Kids

Electric performances, creative, vibrant and poignant!

Not Yet Suffragette

Smart, Provocative Feminist Comedy for the Whole F**king Patriachy!

One Life Stand

Gig theatre examining relationships in the technological age


A stunning solo interpretation of an iconic novel from a Fringe favourite

Passionate Machine

Time travel, Russian poetry, a PhD, a single Mum, quantum physics, a Rocky montage. Fun, moving and brilliant.

Power Play: The Empty Chair

Interesting play about a serious topic.

Queens of Sheba

Inspiring, energetic, committed

Re: Production

An exceptionally well-crafted tale of how irony and IVF melt together but cannot break true love.


Fun, inclusive and feminist


Three Women Convicted of Witch Craft Make Peace with Their Fates and Reveal How Little Has Changed


A powerful ode to friendship relationships, and the spaces between.


Innovative exposé of the cocaine trade pulls no punches


Bold exploration of the idea of nationality


A graduate showcase of physical and absurdist theatre exploring grief and letting go.

The Burning Gadulka

Vibrant and animated storytelling!

The Death of Edgar Allan Poe

Equal parts ghost story, biography, gothic theatre, and poetry, The Death of Edgar Allan Poe is a funeral to which you should not be late.

The Fishermen

A Traumatic But Transformational Fight For Life, Freedom, and Understanding

The Gin Chronicles in New York

A Radio Play wth a Twist...of Lemon.

The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign

The sadness of being ordinary

The Glass Menagerie

Youth theatre production of Tennessee Williams classic

The House

Horribly realistic insight into the world’s most materialistic society.

The Marilyn Conspiracy

What really happened to Marilyn Monroe?

The Merry Wives of Seoul

Refreshing, engaging take on Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor.

The Odyssey of Homer

A classic romp through a classic tale which shows enthusiasm and some flair.

The OS Map Fan Club

Perfect tonic for map loving walkers.

The Political History of Crack and Smack

A rip roaring canter through the chaotic lives of two likeable recovering drug addicts

The Red Shoes

Sizzling reimagining of the Hans Christian Anderson tale in the context of Weimar Germany that brims full of artistic value

The Turn of the Screw

A Contemporary Puppet-Assisted Twist on a Classic Tale

Thrown by Jodi Gray

Dreamlike and Sureal Creation

Trojan Horse

Compelling, devastating, uncompromising,

When the Friendship has Sailed

A gentle comedy with one really fun device; the singing goldfish.

Woodbine Willie: Poet and Padre

1,000,000 cigarettes: keeping alive the story of an extraordinary ordinary WWI hero

Your Bard

Did Shakespeare really write all those plays and sonnets?