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Edinburgh Fringe 2016

A Dream of Dying

A poignant, witty and thoughtful look at making choices.


A Q & A With Donald Trump and Boris Johnson

Delightful, enlightening and cutting


Chopping Chillies

" an enthralling tale, full of charm and atmosphere"


Clare Plested; Flock Up

A great hour in the company of weird, wonderful and very funny women.


Deal with the Dragon

Gritty, poetic and very now!


Denton and Me

Well crafted, well performed, intriguing!


Every Brilliant Thing

An entertaining, amusing look at depression.


Evil

Evil "personified" onstage shows us who the real monsters are


Gratiano

Il Duce meets the Merchant of Venice in a literary mash up that works well


Guy Masterson : Love and Canine Integration

Poo, pooches and a pretty girl in a shaggy dog story with a difference.


Hess

Powerful, subtle and nuanced - you could have heard a pin drop.


Jane Eyre: An Autobiography

"an incredible show which authentically reproduces the novel onto the stage."


Mairi Campbell: Pulse

A storytelling journey about finding your true musical self


Mrs Roosevelt Flies to London

An intimate audience with an extraordinary woman of history


Nosferatu’s Shadow

Poetically written and beautifully performed


O is for Hoolet

Fascinating one-woman spoken word show about the Scots language


Of, or at a Fairly Low Temperature

Comic dancer nails macho posturing


Revolution in the Magic Square

I never knew Socialist Magic could be so much fun


Telemachy

Generation Lost bites back


The Magnetic Diaries

An intelligent and challenging poetic narrative exploring modern day female depression.


The One Legged Man Show

Moving, funny, revealing and intelligent


The Road to Huntsville

Would you kiss the corpse of a murderer?


The Unknown Soldier

A solo play that will stay with you long after you have left the theatre


Twonkey’s Mumbo Jumbo Hotel

Pointless, stupid and hilarious


Zero

The story of exposed abuse told simply and effectively from a stool on a stage.