Edinburgh Fringe 2016
A historical and technological exploration of Marlene Dietrich, autobiography and live performance.
"a gorgeous production."
An uncomfortable reflection on our society’s adoration of fame.
A bittersweet tale of 3 relationships that never quite end the way you expect
See it and be reminded.
A poignant, deep and vibrant use of Shakespearean sonnet dressed in the context of World War One
A bright idea that is a little short in its delivery.
Straight play where plenty is slightly crooked.
The 1970’s are back and funky with a cop drama that focusses on the times rather than the storylines.
A startling and moving look at love and sex between entwining lives of Gay men.
The Famous Five, without one, go off on an adventure on summer hols for jolly japes and smuggling scrapes.
A series of scenes on the issues of lost people
"an incredible show which authentically reproduces the novel onto the stage."
A haunting account of the Iranian poet and radical feminist Tahira played by Delia Olam who has impressively written, composed and performed the entire show based on the true accounts of this once forgotten heroine.
An engaging hour or so in the company of masters in Scottish storytelling for children
"shocking and moving"
A fast paced jam packed show, a cinematic experience without technology, a multisensory treat.
The story of a tragedy in Scotland told 400 years later with music and storytelling showing that at least something survived it well
An impeccable time in a magical forest where all is experienced by all who enter
An intelligent and challenging poetic narrative exploring modern day female depression.
An evening of drugs, mayhem and macabre dealings where all is more than what it seems.
The story of exposed abuse told simply and effectively from a stool on a stage.