A murderer and victim come face to face...
The festivities have drawn to a close.
"Think Outside the Box" is a very common expression which The Creative Theatre Company unpick and turn on its head.
When 'Bus Boy' meets Jerry, an unlikely friendship forms...
Leyla Josephine stars as herself in this personal journey.
‘P’ makes its Fringe debut at The Warren’s shipping centre come festival venue, the Theatre Box.
Nicole Henriksen returns after her acclaimed debut theatre show last year, delivering both hilarity and sincerity.
When someone dies, we are left with a museum all about them, normally in the form of boxes in a loft. But what do we leave behind?
Cosy, simple Sweet Werks is the sort of venue that Fringe theatre was made for, and Joseph J. Clark’s show ‘Drunk with a Pen’, fits in here like a cork in a bottle.
They come looking for a cure, many never leave alive...
There are two types of tickets but more than two types of people!
A sea-side attraction of the sea.
The Warren delivers again - in an interesting way.
Pibroch Tales is a unique and humorous dance and physical theatre piece, delivering an extraordinary fusion of storytelling, Pibroch scores and witty contemporary dance.
A talented company of puppeteers, musicians and technicians come together to create an innovative play about the plague coming to London.
An improvised look into the ups and downs of modern romance!
Great musical arrangements, a hoard of innuendos and plenty of sequins.
A story of love, loss and Julie Andrews.