A thrilling blend of harmonies and vocal gymnastics provide a unique and quite sensational retelling of Mary Shelley’s famous novel
Fun and witty Fringe fare for anyone with experience of ‘the beautiful game’
A fitting tribute to a man who reinvented what piping could be
A promising comedian with an interesting tale to tell…
Packed with references to the hit TV show this is definitely one for the superfan
Poetry that perhaps has to be heard to be truly appreciated.
Eagerly awaited novel tells the story of one life-changing summer for a sixteen-year-old boy in Nicholls usual, inimitable style.
A vivid, satisfying walk through sixties London but with some unanswered questions.
An enigmatic protagonist draws the reader in to this heart-warming tale.
A philosophical untangling of who we are which takes a little time to get going.
A diverse programme of events hoping to attract diverse audiences to Charlotte Square Gardens this summer.
Hagen is on a pilgrimage against the fatphobes and wants to educate society on the way
Jess Kidd creates an intricate spider’s web of a plot which readers will not want to end.
Stade shows just why people keep coming back in a slick, professional and very funny show.
Poems on racism, gender and identity told with truth and poignancy.
The world is messing with our minds and bestselling author, Matt Haig, is here to discuss how we might stay sane despite the pressures we face.
Raw and heart-wrenching play about eating disorders with sadly enduring relevance.
A metaphorical exploration of the unhelpful thoughts we all battle with.
Slick production of the story of The Four Seasons has enduring appeal.
Two women fight to be Pierre Bonnard’s muse in this fictional take on the real artist’s lovers.
New festival brings together the best of improv and sets a high bar.
Loud Poets bring poetry to the masses in this energetic and entertaining format.
An emotive tale hidden under confusing and unnecessary layers.
Creative but complicated contemporary piece.