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Edinburgh Fringe 2015

A Fine Line

Previous Fringe First Award winner Ronnie Dorsey brings a wonderful story of love, family, intimacy and loss which is beautifully performed by Judith Paris.


A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing by Eimear McBride

" wonderful words, masterfully adapted, brilliantly brought to life"


A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A highly enjoyable exploration of Shakespeare’s classic.


Adam Riches is Coach Coach

A brilliant romp on the American sporting Dream of winning at all costs


Be Better

An eclectic attack on self discovery that has a mixed palate and mixed target


Bug Bite

A brave and important piece of work exploring fractured relationships and breast cancer.


Cell

Poignant, entertains and enlightens about a serious topic


Desperately Seeking Attention

Full of laugh-aloud dark humour


Distinguished Gentlemen

A bristling Georgian romp through filth and bawdiness


Edmund the Learned Pig

Hilarious, enchanting and entertaining!


Falling in love with Frida

An intimate and evocative performance that layers text, music and dance.


Ferdinand

Provocative and moving - everyone should see this play!


Jurassic Park

Inventive and Entertaining Physical Comedy!


Linking Rings

Magic, Houdini and Blackpool


My Name is…

Thought provoking and moving story based on real events


Night + Daze

A poetic night out like no other, in the company of a lad and an angel


Picasso stole the Mona Lisa

An amusing take on a potential art theft


Pip Utton: Playing Maggie

His artistry is the blurring of the lines between reality and theatricality


Rabbie

An affectionate and charming look at Scotland’s national rogue


Skins and Hoods

An innovatively staged insightful play!


Talking with Angels: Budapest, 1943

Elegant and emotional storytelling!


Ten Pound Tale

The life and times of a ten pound note


The Cupboard

Weird and fanciful fairy tale that smells a rat from the very beginning and ends up discarded in the wrong cupboard


The Hunting of the Snark

A hand clapping, foot stomping hour of ridiculousness.


The Rules: Sex, Lies and Serial Killers

'Brilliant acting deserving attention'


Tribute Acts

Imagine asking your dad everything......


Troublesome People by Jill Haas

A meaningful play about the anguish and discrimination created for marginalised people in World War II.


Undermined

A compelling solo story of the miner’s strike from the eighties


Wendy Hoose

An evening of sex that has surprises for all the participants, especially those wanting sex