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Catherine Renton


Cath is a freelance writer whose first published work was a critique of Ready Steady Cook in a national newspaper when she was 10. For 11 months of the year she can be found hunched over a laptop bemoaning the state of the world, but every August comes alive at the Fringe.

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Monkey Barrel

Ahir Shah: Dots

A subtle, poetic look at existential angst, faith and love from comedy award favourite Shah

Monkey Barrel

Jessica Fostekew: Hench

Feminism, diet culture and sexist babies are all up for discussion in Fostekew’s hilarious hour of stand-up

Traverse Theatre

Fat Blokes

A powerful story of rebellion told through dance and spoken word.


Heartfelt and vibrant documentary of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Traverse Theatre


A promising debut performance where the realities of domestic violence are told through the mundanity of everyday objects.

Pleasance Courtyard

Sindhu Vee: Sandhog

Witty and hilarious observations on marriage, parenthood and ageing parents from Best Newcomer nominee, Vee.

Underbelly Bristo Square


Powerful drama on reproductive rights, activism and Ireland’s abortion laws.

Assembly George Square Theatre


What are f*cking millennials complaining about now? Quite a lot, actually…