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 highly enjoyable exploration of Shakespeare’s classic.
A brilliant romp on the American sporting Dream of winning at all costs
An eclectic attack on self discovery that has a mixed palate and mixed target
A brave and important piece of work exploring fractured relationships and breast cancer.
Poignant, entertains and enlightens about a serious topic
Full of laugh-aloud dark humour
A bristling Georgian romp through filth and bawdiness
Hilarious, enchanting and entertaining!
An intimate and evocative performance that layers text, music and dance.
Provocative and moving - everyone should see this play!
Inventive and Entertaining Physical Comedy!
Magic, Houdini and Blackpool
Thought provoking and moving story based on real events
A poetic night out like no other, in the company of a lad and an angel
An amusing take on a potential art theft
His artistry is the blurring of the lines between reality and theatricality
An affectionate and charming look at Scotland’s national rogue
An innovatively staged insightful play!
Elegant and emotional storytelling!
The life and times of a ten pound note
Weird and fanciful fairy tale that smells a rat from the very beginning and ends up discarded in the wrong cupboard
A hand clapping, foot stomping hour of ridiculousness.
'Brilliant acting deserving attention'
Imagine asking your dad everything......
A meaningful play about the anguish and discrimination created for marginalised people in World War II.
A compelling solo story of the miner’s strike from the eighties
An evening of sex that has surprises for all the participants, especially those wanting sex