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Edinburgh Fringe 2016

A Dog’s Tale

A comic tale of doggie derring do from the Pound that strikes right at heart of the doll.

A Dream of Dying

A poignant, witty and thoughtful look at making choices.

A Series of Unfortunate Breakups

A bittersweet tale of 3 relationships that never quite end the way you expect

A Streetcar Named Desire

A wonderfully acted and executed production let down by poor surtitling

Abberline’s Artefact

Superbly performed and very well-intended

Agent of Influence: The Secret Life of Pamela More

Lively, beautifully crafted writing performed by a sizzling storyteller.

All Cashed In

A provocative tribute which walks the line in a story that crosses a man in black with independent thought

All Quiet on the Western Front

See it and be reminded.


Powerful stories that every internet user should see.

Burnt Sugar

A bright idea that is a little short in its delivery.


Straight play where plenty is slightly crooked.

Chopping Chillies

" an enthralling tale, full of charm and atmosphere"

Cosmic Fear or The Day Brad Pitt Got Paranoia

A frenetic romp through Global warming… with Brad Pitt

Criminology 303

A taught half hour or so in the company of a former detective and the case that haunts her, and now us

Diary of a Madman

Searingly honest, humorous and engaging

Dirty Glitter

The 1970’s are back and funky with a cop drama that focusses on the times rather than the storylines.

Doubting Thomas

Strong, authentic docudrama


Lear meets Reservoir Dogs

En Folkefiende

Classic Ibsen drama transformed into a contemporary setting


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

Expensive Shit

full of dark humour and completely riveting


A series of scenes on the issues of lost people


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


New writing with a lot of potential

How is Uncle John?

A darker side of the 21st century

Jane Eyre: An Autobiography

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


Milk succeeds in doing what all drama sets out to do

Mrs Roosevelt Flies to London

An intimate audience with an extraordinary woman of history

Murder She Didn’t Write

An improvised gem of an hour in accomplished hands.

Nosferatu’s Shadow

Poetically written and beautifully performed

Philip Pullman’s The Ruby in the Smoke

"a captivating story, impressively realised"

Queen Lear

An intriguing and poetic imagining of Lear’s unknown queen.

Remember Edith Cavell

A worthy tribute to a largely-forgotten English heroine

The Black and White Tea Room

A taut meeting between a therapist and his client reveals much more than just healing through trust

The Inspectors Call

A compelling message in a comic but very moving tale.

The Interference

A highly charged examination of what happens when one young woman cries rape on campus

The Magnetic Diaries

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

The Necessity of Atheism

What a delight! Written by a true wordsmith!

The Six-Sided Man

Engrossing, complex, physical theatre, finely acted!

The Tobacco Merchant’s Lawyer

A one man treat that is both comic and satirical as a man of nae means tries to survive against those that have the means for survival

The Unknown Soldier

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


This is what the Fringe is really about


An anthem for the loss of youth delivered with mixed success

Yoke’s Night

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.