Edinburgh Fringe 2015
Previous Fringe First Award winner Ronnie Dorsey brings a wonderful story of love, family, intimacy and loss which is beautifully performed by Judith Paris.
" wonderful words, masterfully adapted, brilliantly brought to life"
A brave and important piece of work exploring fractured relationships and breast cancer.
Impactful and mesmerising!
Lots of froth, not quite enough hit, with a very charming host.
Compelling and vital theatre, both unbelivable and absolutely true.
A brutally true story of Bryony and her partner, Tim, that leaves simultaneously you laughing and crying.
An original play with a highly original twist that does not fail to keep you enthralled
We tried to talk it over, but the words got in the way ..
Thought provoking and moving story based on real events
A rich discussion on poverty, politics, friendship featuring brilliantly written characters.
Entertaining play! Shane's Friday night out...
An innovatively staged insightful play!
Elegant and emotional storytelling!
X marks the spot. Make space for Tom Neenan's latest journey into the unknown ..
Weird and fanciful fairy tale that smells a rat from the very beginning and ends up discarded in the wrong cupboard
Politics, spirituality and a banjo…
A compelling solo story of the miner’s strike from the eighties