Actress and writer, Maddie Rice, delves expertly into the life of a teacher hiding a tragic secret beneath her comic exterior.
Four monologues comment on societal issues with variable results.
Scottish spoken word performer and poet gives an impressive glimpse into an important work in progress.
A powerful and impressive account of growing up with a disabled sibling.
American comedian, actress and author explores the human brain and the importance of mindfulness in her latest book.
BBC Breakfast presenter inspires us all to find the Team GB athlete inside us.
An inspirational hour from the daughter of Nelson Mandela
A young woman with dogged persistence and determination charts her journey to the world championships.
Mental Health ambassador delivers a serious subject without losing the laughs.
An energetic and educational performance giving a glimpse of Aboriginal culture.
Three of Picasso’s women are portrayed in this informative look at the artist’s ‘colourful’ life.
Take a hit musical, ply an actor with alcohol and what you have is a recipe for success
Impressionist and comedian steals the voices of the rich and famous for laughs.
Nat Harris can spin a yarn but not a joke in this mis-sold ‘stand-up comedy’ show.
A triple bill of three of the finest folk acts in the country is a recipe for success despite the all-seated arrangement.
As assured and as funny an hour as you will see from a young comic who is sure to become a household name.
Nine talented young guys entertain a packed ‘pub’ with song, dance and some important messages.
The story of Marilyn Monroe’s death translates well to stage with some notable performances.
Fringe debutant impresses with the calm surety of a more seasoned performer.
Doctor and comedian is incredibly likeable but lacking in laughs.
Strictly Arts Theatre Company are fully deserving of their standing ovation for this most powerful of plays.
The stories of three women experiencing injustice lacks clarity and thought.
Skye Lourie’s debut play has a raw intensity which draws the audience in.
The company behind Shakespeare for Breakfast take on Dickens’ classic, Great Expectations, in their madcap afternoon show.