Edinburgh Fringe 2014
A sweeping tragedy of immeasurable sadness with great strength in hope
Delightfully daft comedy
Jimmy Chisholm is straight up Scotland’s greatest character actor.
Dark-edged comedy about a pair of performers. But who is the clown?
A musically accompanied tale of sadness and alcoholism
A hilarious run through the decade that some of us want to avoid and forget
Moving adaptation of Orwell's classic
A f***ed-up underground version of Abigail’s Party
A consummate performance from Bob Paisley as Bill Clinton.
Three of his most intricate one-act plays - expertly conserved, cleverly restored and inventively staged.
Thought Provoking Theatre
Loaded with funny and clever physicality
Superb performance - an intimate hour with nearly the man himself
A well acted, dark-edged rom-com
They can help youse to have some silly good fun
An impressive horror hour performed with style and panache
Enough to make you wonder whether going into the office tomorrow really is a good idea.
A brilliant character led drama about vulnerability and those who can take advantage
An original and ambitious take on the Wars of the Roses plays.
A witty tale of comedy and survival
Interactive, thought provoking and infectious fun
A strong one woman exploration of a controversial historical figure
The closest to the real thing you are likely to find this side of heaven.
Elvis - All Shook Up
Johnny Donahoe brings this selfless, joyous hour of tenderness to life.
An intense and compelling production that illuminates a very real Scottish and international scandal
A taut two hander that portrays a meeting beyond comprehension
Tragicomic clownish genius
A wacky but inventive invective on invention
An electric love letter to Bristol’s nocturnal rave scene
A delightful and sympathetic play about autism that captures the challenges and suggests solutions
A subtle and superb retelling of Henry V that will hold you entranced.
A high energy coming of age story set in South Africa
|"breathtaking physical theatre"
A delightful quirky tale, with Welsh cakes.
"a passionate, heartfelt coming of age, flying the nest story which packs a mean look and a Walther PPK."
A deceptively gentle comedy with a bite
Jolly japes in this spoof Blytonesque mystery.
Beautifully lyrical storytelling, funny and poignant. A thoroughly life affirming piece of theatre.
Theatre Ad Infinitum have remade theatre
One of the most visually arresting and achingly atmospheric shows you'll see this August.
Powerful, lyrical writing and superb performances give a vivid insight into life for women in prison. Complacency busting theatre.
Paradoxical contemporary art roasting becomes the very pretensions it aims to skewer.
Prenatal anxieties and a turbulent relationship make this hour of light-speed verbal tennis a draining experience.
A must see for anyone with an interest in Gaelic; no need to be fluent!
An important show about trans* issues with a bit too much information
A fascinating exploration of the Muslim/Jewish conflict
An awkward hour in the presence of an awkward comedian performing a show off the internet
A brisk, bracing, form-breaking experience from this young and lively company.
Compelling performance from Chris Sheridan that tackles a taboo head-on.
Pint Size entertainment with a twist
A revivial which still has the power to provoke
Very real emotion, extraordinary passion, and no small amount of theatrical craft.
A great duo taking the mickey and extracting plenty of laughs over our obsessions with murder mysteries
'Broken rhythms and slick performances make this secret show like an exciting, angry, tense tango'
Pacy, energetic new writing
An amusing Interpretation of the Seven Sins
Sirens is a beautifully simple and classy production which packs an almighty punch.
An interesting exploration of femininity and sisterhood
A first class solo show; Kate Goodfellow delivers a tour de force.
Phenomenal writing and performance. Rosie Wyatt explodes on to the stage as ferocious, wise cracking teenager, Amy.
Post Scottish independence political drama
Heart-warming and unmissable.
Completely off the wall comic strip capers. No Fringe should be without a show like this.
A beautifully conjured tale of two people in love.
" many evocative moments – funny, bittersweet, violent, exciting, and sad"
A peek behind the curtains at Number Ten. And a chance to win a Kit-Kat
" a powerful, visceral piece of theatre"
The script is a witty dialogue that portrays the sensitive emotional essence of men in relationships.
A powerful experiencing of the world through the lens of psychosis
Simmering passion in Andalucia
A filthy night in with Wilde consequences
Madcap, brilliantly bizarre physical comedy
Impressive contemporary adaptation of Kipling's classic
A compelling and frightening piece of theatre.
A must for those who enjoy a creative take on Shakespeare
Powerful take on the corporatisation of what was once a vocation
Britain's favourite comedian realised very well indeed
Another success from the Cairns’ stable. A must see for all Weegies and Reekies.
An incredibly moving and well observed drama that takes you from the conflict of WW1 to the Second World War before bringing us up to date with the conflict in Syria
An exceptional hour spent between living and dying and all that entails
An enjoyable, dark comedy
Lessons in how to be very solidly here
A well-performed show about relationships that felt a little trite at times
Jeeves and Wooster, with a twist.
"a quintessentially fringe play"
If you love Shakespeare and you like it rare (yet crisply well done), you won’t find anything meatier this Fringe.
A tremendously witty run through life in Wales and from the perspective of three young women making their way out of it
A fascinating insight into our LGBT community within a Commonwealth which demonstrates a Common Deficiency
An exceptional run through the romance of the twenties and thirties that still keeps tongues wagging