This new play by Maggie Diaz Bofill, a member of Labyrinth Theatre company NYC is a dark, sexy and funny tale about the temptations we face when we find ourselves in a room with the devil
Piano_Play comes to Edinburgh Fringe, a play about obsession and classical music. For classical music lovers and for people who don’t know they love it yet.
Cry Havoc Theatre company announce Drawn and Quartered, a piece of new writing by Labyrinth Theater Company NYC actress and writer, Maggie Diaz Bofill on at the Edinburgh Fringe.
In 'The Words Are There' we encounter a man in a unknown space and unknown time. Within the show he attempts to recreate and refashion his past relationship.
Scandal and Gallows Theatre bring their unique blend of movement and storytelling to She Sells Sea Shells at Edinburgh Fringe
Jordan Waller was born of lesbian parents in 1992. When one of his birth mothers died, he had an existential crisis. Son of Dyke is the true story of his hunt for his biological father
Following the success of Cathy in 2017 which drew significant acclaim from audiences and critics, Bystanders by Cardboard Citizens premieres at Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer.
Benjamin Alborough returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with the critically-acclaimed Cream Tea and Incest, after a run at London's Hope Theatre, with an all-new, all-female cast and creative team
Returning to Edinburgh with a brand new show, Pleasance Theatre associate artists Wound Up Theatre present the world premier of It’ll be Alt-Right on the Night
Triumphantly returning to the Edinburgh Fringe since its 2015 premier, this fully reworked production of Wound Up Theatre’s Bismillah! An ISIS Tragicomedy had a critically acclaimed run at the 2018 VAULT Festival
Inspired by the amazing true story from the 1930s, when exchange visits were organised between British boy scouts and Hitler Youth, in expectation that they would influence one another.
Don't Be Terrible at the Pleasance Courtyard is a pitch black comedy about comedy that asks whether nice is ever funny and whether sexy is ever nice.
Comedy actress Tami Stone presents her debut one-woman Edinburgh show. A pick'n'mix of sharply observed oddball characters. Chasing fame, finding love, modelling with fruit... it's all here.
Admiring La Stupenda is a show in which an opera queen tells of his encounters with his favourite diva, while dressing in improvised opera gowns and talking about his mum.