Hag is a chaotic cruiseship of a show captained by the sensation that is Sophie Duker
More relatable than a Buzzfeed quiz, Magliano perfectly captures the essence of being twenty-something today in her debut show Absolutely No Worries If Not
Across the political spectrum, Rosie Holt’s debut show finds hypocrisy in all the crevices with satirical character comedy
In Classic! audiences speed-read through 42 classic novels with a charming ensemble cast
A glorious win for Chloe Petts debut at Edinburgh Fringe
“A post-menopausal straight, white woman with a Facebook page… kill me now!”
Meet Gabrielle Martin: director of Limb(e)s, performing now at Edinburgh Fringe.
Tokyo Rose brings a crucial story to a new audience.
Maria Shehata talks about her life, her parents and her 83-year-old landlady.
In the midst of our digital age, Darius Davies asks us to question everything.
Australian comic, Louisa Fitzhardinge, along with her pianist John, presents Comma Sutra, a comical show discussing the use of improper grammar and punctuation.
Alfie Brown jokes about his love/hate relationship with crowds.
In the Shadow of the Black Dog takes on the ties between mental health and masculinity.
Conspiracy shows how a single photo can become a global conspiracy.
The Beatbox Academy brings the Mary Shelley tale as you've never seen it before.
8:8 tries to connect us to the people around us, but ultimately fails.
This production takes the classic Shakespearean text and drenches it in booze.
Footnotes is quirky, ridiculous and fantastic. He interacts with audience members throughout and even manages to hand out chamomile tea.