Edinburgh Fringe 2019
Gentle but effective two-hander about a mum’s death and a stepdad’s steep learning curve, through the eyes of an autistic teenager
Passion and pace from the whirlwind that is Melanie Jordan
A wonderfully anarchic run through some of the very things that shocked us in the seventies musically before celebrity culture but when we had real celebrities
A charming and enthusiastic young person’s company tell their tale of detection with flair.
Deliciously dark, mask-based theatre
An outstanding show looking at depression and recovery
The erratic path of true love: A simple tale told at a cracking pace with depth, style, and biting wit.
An entertaining production from a young cast with a lot of energy
Sparse lyrical writing and a beautifully nuanced performance from a mother and daughter team
A clever piece of writing, nicely realised and quietly unsettling.
Rugby is not a sport. It’s a religion, a way of life. Just ask any Kiwi.
An evening of surprises and laughter
Visually arresting puppetry work slightly lacking narrative drive.
An exhilarating read through of a play with a surprising ending and hopefully a predictable time for full performance.
A superior example of improvised nonsense and mayhem set at a time when things were more hidden and inuendo more obvious.
An unflinching and poetic call to action.
A thoroughly enjoyable show
Environmental, feminist retelling of Greek myth
A self help group for those in bereavement that struggles but tries to do its best in explain why it’s necessary
A measured and nuanced exploration of how relationships get threatened from within and without.
A fiercely personal theatrical creation
A bold telling of an interesting story
Bawdy ballads and badinage from a master of lute and linguistics
Provocative visuals and topic, creative and well-performed play
Facebook chutzpah, youthful exuberance and a superior take on how to deal with data thieves.
A Skilled and Impactful Piece of Storytelling Theatre
In yer face comedy from a lively trio of Disabled performers
Following their Sell Out 2018 run Flo & Joan are back and better than ever.
A poignant and wry look at lonely new mum challenges in 2019 Britain
Vibrant entertaining show with a fascinating international cast of skilled characters!
Energetic cast, provocative story with puppetry
An atmospheric telling of a story about a story
A breathtaking ensemble physical piece full of inventiveness and heart
A beautifully made and entertaining show of physical storytelling.
A shout out to our shared humanity that transcends borders
Outstanding ten years ago, outstanding again in this new production
Engaging and funny piece of theatre, performed by a talented company
A fragmentary play that picks at the nature of memory and forgetting
A beautiful show that will make you want to laugh, cry, dance and ponder all within sixty minutes!
Guy Masterson finds the perfect show...
A no-nonsense fairy tale with a twist brought to life with dance and physical theatre, accessible to d/Deaf and hearing audiences.
Secrets emerge over the Prosecco and scones
A reassembling of Shakespeare's words into a delightful duet
A witty exploration of a difficult personal experience
A raw yet uplifting piece of storytelling
A hilarious tale, with a heart of raw emotion that challenges and moves
A feat of imagination and skill that should not be missed.
An admirable attempt at showing us the effects of mental ill health on young people
A sweet gentle show about encouraging difference for Deaf and hearing children, and older family members too
Expect the unexpected...
Visceral performance of heartbreak from an exciting theatre maker
A visual feast of physical theatre, gorgeous stagecraft, clowning and puppetry
Uncomfortable confrontation with a murderess.
An hour of high energy rhythm from fabulous beatboxers and tap dancers
Poignant tale about growing up.
A new play about finding your flock in a world that doesn't seem to care
A consummately delivered theatrical take on an important area of psychotherapy.
Sublime playing combines with a surreal story
Celebratory, authentic, necessary
Hard hitting theatre for adults, exploring addiction in stunning new play from award winning playwright.
engaging, enthusiastic, very knowledgeable
An artisan adaption full of wit and charm
A Madcap Hour of Twisted and Twisty Comedy Drama
A bravura and daring interpretation of this Shakespeare classic
Rubbish Shakespeare? Anything but!
Zany with a moving subtext - deliciously bonkers!
Transformational physical theatre that challenges and moves
A proper dose of light hearted fun delivered with tremendous panache
Entertaining, anarchic, informative, moving and provocative!
A decent fist of making the improbable, understandable.
Hugely entertaining theatre.
Poetry that packs a punch
Imaginative immersive visual theatre with puppetry
A chilling glimpse into the world of a little known but influential woman from the Nazi era.
An understated story about a much desired fish.
Relevant, energetic, mesmerising
A tale of persecution and rage with much to admire
Well-rehearsed ensemble, mysterious Kafka story
If story and gender intrigue this is well worth a bedtime visit.
"will appeal to all ages"
A deeply affecting physical theatre piece that addresses our relationship with technology
Profound, arresting, moving
A moving and intimate exploration of life and connection after an apocalypse in a unique zero waste venue
Entertaining, meaningful storytelling with superb innovative shadow play!
a stunning 70 minutes of a romp through a traditional fairy tale, but with very edgy presentation.
A funny and enlightening insight into one of the great authors of the last century
Labyrinthine plots with more twists and turns than the route map for Brexit.
An innovative and original insight into volunteering in the jungle of Calais and how naivete turns through experience into knowledge; a journey we all benefit from.
A charmingly wild piece of feminist theatre.
A clever and lyrical retelling of Moby DIck that warms the heart
A moving narrative about a member of bomber command facing harsh physical and mental challenges
Claire Pointing expertly performs 6 talking heads characters who are all visibly pregnant; but only one refers to their pregnancy and impending motherhood.