Edinburgh Fringe 2016
Finely crafted, well acted play that is smart, poetic, gutsy and compelling!
An uncomfortable reflection on our society’s adoration of fame.
Delightful, enlightening and cutting
An intelligently argued, entertaining defence of a much-maligned generation
An hour of rapid-fire conversation with this most engaging of Labour politicians.
The poor? Eat? Let them eat cake.
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.
Political parody and satire to delight and amuse.
An illuminating hour with this most urbane of economists.