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Edinburgh Fringe 2014

21st Century Poe, Moyamensing

A barnstorming performance from Edgar Allan Poe’s own words relating to a his nightmare in Moyamensing prison


3,000 trees: the murder of Willie McRae

A brilliant one man show of a troubled figure from the Scottish political afterlife


Andrew O’Neill’s History of Heavy Metal

A metal heads delight wrapped up in Rob Halford’s cod piece and delivered with riffs


Belfast Boy

Brutally honest, a must see solo show


Bette Davis Ain’t for Sissies

A must for all Bette Davis fans


Bottleneck

An entertaining coming-of-age tale


Clown Slut

A hilarious hour of being taken through the dances of our immature adulthood


Confirmation

A must-see monologue that explores human psychology


Cutting Off Kate Bush

A darkly comic piece


Dalloway

Solo theatre at its very best


Echolalia

A universe of joy in one woman's struggle with autism, through dance, music, and humorous physical theatre.


High Vis

A one man show that seeks to lighten the bleakness of destiny with traffic management


I’m Not Like Other Girls

A Personal Insight into Femininity


It’s All About George

A touching, well written solo show that ably spans the generations


Kitty in the Lane

An intense, shattering performance


Love. Guts. High School

" bitter-sweet raw emotion"


Me, My Selfie and I

Dan Clark. What an act!


Pitiless Storm

An incredibly powerful insight into the questions that progressive politics need to address in light of the referendum


Pope Head: The Secret Life of Francis Bacon

Did Bacon make art, or did art make Bacon?


Simon Callow in Juvenelia

One man, one stage, the birth of satire and an impressive performance with ancient material


The Gospel according to Jesus, Queen of Heaven

A one woman show that attempts to redefine the gospel in the context of today


Vanity Bites Back

Powerful new writing


White Rabbit Red Rabbit

Powerful writing; an experience that challenges both audience and performer.