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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.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

truly unique, highly accessible and utterly hilarious


A devised piece celebrating the life and work of Ada Lovelace

Adam Riches is Coach Coach

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

Alfie White: Space Explorer

The perfect adventure of mystery and discovery for even the most inquisitive minds of any five to ten year old.

An Illuminating Yarn

An excellent first play – but you will never look at knitting the same way again.


Unique, humorous and baffling

Ashes Afar

Moving and poignant play

Bayou Blues

An enchanting one woman show that takes us down to the bayou of New Orleans.

Be Better

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

Bear Hug

A laugh out loud new play


Witty dialogue... balanced perfectly with poignant moments

Beethoven in Stalingrad

Haunting and affecting

Belfast Boy

A visceral solo performance that takes us to places no young man should go


A creative, imaginative retelling of Beowulf in puppet form.


A surreal one woman comedy of love, longing and intense rivalry – with a cow.

Cheque Please

A refreshingly different view of living with depression.


Chickens taking over the world


Cinder-ella offers a lot to recommend it, not the least of which is Kinny Gardner, a dynamic, engaging and imminently charming storyteller who offers laughter, imagination and just a little bit of magic!


An outstanding piece of work for theatre goers of every kind.


A banker’s life crashes to the ground in every sense of the word


A unique sensory experience of paranoia and fear.

Desperate Measures : Below The Breadline

Life through the eyes of the austerity generation.


A powerful piece of political theatre

Eating Seals and Seagulls’ Eggs

More than a history lesson about Ireland's most hated woman


Bold, innovative and compelling drama

Edinburgh in the Shadows

A gripping handful of dark tales of the Edinburgh that even the ghost tours don’t tell you about.

Electric Dreams

Compelling and vital theatre, both unbelivable and absolutely true.

Fake It ‘Til You Make It

A brutally true story of Bryony and her partner, Tim, that leaves simultaneously you laughing and crying.


Gripping, chilling, dystopian picture of life.


Keeps the essence of the story... an ambitious project

Fraxi Queen of the Forest

A 'MUST SEE' for children aged 8+. A triumph of whimsical physical theatre


A high octance retelling of Theseus and the Minotaur, with a twist!

How to Keep an Alien

Part theatre, part cabaret, part lecture and all heart

Iphigenia in Splott

One of the best solo plays you will ever see. Anywhere. Ever.


(Hyde, and) Seek – and you will find an intriguing new face for an old classic.

Key Chain

Raw, energetic and unforgettable

La Merda

An uncomfortable explosion of pure rage


An original play with a highly original twist that does not fail to keep you enthralled

Mata Hari: Female Spy

Poised, textured, revealing and precise

Miss Sarah

An hour of tense and absorbing drama focusing on the unseen victims of missing person cases.

My Name is Saoirse

The immense story of an Irish upbringing that is universally recognisable

My Name is…

Thought provoking and moving story based on real events

Ndebele Funeral

A rich discussion on poverty, politics, friendship featuring brilliantly written characters.

Nell Gwyn: An Epilogue

No traditional monologue but stand-up comedy 17th Century style: bawdy and energetic, with an occasional social bite.

Nelson: The Sailors’ Story

Highly skilled historical story-telling with a political edge.

Night + Daze

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

Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour

Excellent ensemble piece, romping through 1990s Edinburgh

Picasso stole the Mona Lisa

An amusing take on a potential art theft


A sharp, funny piece about attitudes to motherhood in a modern world


An affectionate and charming look at Scotland’s national rogue


Highly atmospheric show... decidedly sinister

RAZ by Jim Cartwright

Entertaining play! Shane's Friday night out...


Intense and uncomfortable, for all the right reasons

Since Maggie Went Away

A tale of grief, loss and discovery. Family history at its most complex and interesting.


Lyrical, poetic, devastating, aw in ma ain leid


A powerful and subtle play about loneliness and redemption

Talking with Angels: Budapest, 1943

Elegant and emotional storytelling!


A powerful and compelling performance


A must for anyone who has ever run, thought of running, or wondered why anyone would run, a marathon.

The Adventures Of Nellie Bly

Stop the press! Follow life in the fast (Lois) Lane with this interpid girl reporter!

The Carousel

A rich, evocative look at family secrets, memory, and mortality.

The Christians

A play that asks more questions than it answers

The Communist Threat

A ponderous exploration in dramatic form of what it is to betray and be betrayed

The Cupboard

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

The Deliverance

Big themes explored beautifully with rich writing, and a strong performance from Maureen Beattie.

The Element In The Room: A Radioactive Musical Comedy About The Life And Death Of Marie Curie

The very height of (science) experimental theatre. Radium: rah-rah-radical ...

The Frida Kahlo of Penge West

A wickedly funny two hander – the Odd Couple for the 21st century.

The Gambit

"a powerfully positional two-hander"

The Gods Are Fallen and All Safety Gone

A gentle, poignant mediation on mother-daughter relationships

The Gospel According to Jesus, Queen of Heaven

An alternative Jesus preaching love and forgiveness

The Maids

Top quality acting in a chilling take on Genet’s classic

The Solid Life of Sugar Water

A sensitive, beautiful portrayal of loss and communication breakdown

The Trials of Galileo

An absorbing and powerful character study of the man behind the myth.

The Unknown Soldier

Authentic, informative and powerful

The Voice Thief

Book now for this dark and compelling fairytale!

The Wonderful Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster

A bewitching story about power, fear and fanaticism.


A deeply unsettling, visceral exploration of dementia

Tomorrow’s Parties

An intelligent discourse on possible futures

Tonight with Donny Stixx

Riveling, edgy and electrifying!


An intimate piece of theatre addressing questions of self worth and the possibility of true human connection.

Troublesome People by Jill Haas

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


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


Excellent performers deliver a punchy script about the tentative nature of consent.

Wendy Hoose

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

Where do Little Birds Go?

A lively solo play based on a little known true story

You’re Not Like The Other Girls Chrissy

An utterly delightful one woman show