Working class life in London is powerfully explored
A quirky show about human love and communication
Performer and poet Jenny Lindsay presents a personal spoken word show
A short and bittersweet puppetry show from Taiwan
Fringe regulars return to Edinburgh with a subversive show about Malta
Nathaniel Hall presents a powerful and passionate autobiographical performance
A visual storytelling masterclass from Trick of the Light Theatre
Bryony Kimmings is back and looking to lay her demons to rest
An unpredictable and transgressive history lesson delivered with confidence and charm
Edalia Day presents a multimedia show about transgender identity
This live animation makeover struggles to bring Frankenstein’s monster back to life
A powerful adaptation of Katie Greenville’s novel exploring Australian colonisation
Sonnet Youth co-founder Cat Hepburn looks at millennial life
A multimedia performance looking at Canadian identity and tradition
A bold call to action from performer Travis Alabanza
Poetry, music and the moving image tell a story of technology and anxiety.
The Unfix Festival takes a performative look at climate change and the changing world.
An evening of poetry and words to celebrate the launch of queer anthology We Were Always Here
Former The Slits guitarist talks about her latest memoir To Throw Away Unopened
Two poets read from their new collections at Aye Write.
Two very different queer love stories are presented at the Aye Write Festival.
The Mystery of Raddlesham Mumps is brought to life by poet Murray Lachlan Young
Two new poets are introduced to Glasgow audiences at the Aye Write Festival.
The French suburbs are the focus of this Glasgow Short Film Festival screening.