An immensely enjoyable retelling of a beloved movie.
Great value evening of Fringe comedy at its best.
Jessica Swale’s award-winning comedy is enjoyable, but superficial
Nancy Sullivan forms an effortless bond with the audience in Abi Zakarian’s one-woman play about a rape.
Poetry-play about a Keralan cobbler conveys the universal power of storytelling
There is something layered and special at the heart of this production
An intelligent and emotive adaptation which flies the flag for equality and liberation.
This bold play bravely exposes children to the raw power of theatre
A show of warmth and wit, well-deserving of applause.
A moving and thought-provoking exploration of culture and identity, and what it is to be human.
A heartfelt one-man (and his band) tribute to the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley.
Much-loved family musical in which a young nun finds love with a former Navy commander – and his seven children – teaching them to love (and sing) in the process.
A multi-layered percussion and dance spectacular.
Thoughts from one of the household names of musical theatre on his forthcoming starring role in Mack and Mabel at the Edinburgh Playhouse.
A moving and intimate portrayal of the enigmatic dancer/spy, Mata Hari.
Stand-up comedy with a unique touch.
Elizabeth I addresses the audience in her own impassioned words.
An energetic and hilarious depiction of what Shakespeare would make of his plays were he to be reincarnated in the present as a woman.
Laura Ingram interviews actress Katharine Hurst about her role as celebrated courtesan/spy, Mata Hari, in Mata Hari: Female Spy at Zoo Venues this Fringe.
Laura Ingram speaks to the producer, writer and performer of Crusoe – a darkly-comic play about three disparate male characters in an urban world, playing at Zoo Venues.
A dark and gently comic play about the darker writing tastes of the famous author of The Railway Children.
An insight into the life and literature of Dylan Thomas by his granddaughter, Hannah Ellis, and the highly respected actor of his works, Guy Masterson.
Endearing peek into the life of Joanie, a lonely anthropology graduate-turned-barista.
A fun-filled, original musical based on the trials and thrills of being a West End theatre usher.