David Longley: Everything I Hate About My Club Set

As one man's excuse for personal catharsis, Everything I Hate About My Club Set attempts to deliver on a promise of personal redemption for a hack club comic. The concept is strong, even if the material, both k...

And Now…

Contemporary dance can often seem alienating, but And Now... makes this creative style of dance beautifully accessible. The combination of the wonderful score with the great chemistry between the dancers, not t...

My World Has Exploded a Little Bit

“Everyone you know is going to die” is the first lesson the audience are confronted with in this profound and stunning show. As soon as you enter the venue you are personally greeted by protagonist Bella and...

Captured

We manifest many layers of created ‘self’s’ in our lifetime. What seems to be a tale of lovers reconnecting is actually revealed to be a deeper narrative of the inner workings and connections we share. Captured...

Aunty Donna: New Show

The standout aspect of Australian performing trio Aunty Donna is their seemingly never-ending energy. This not only enables them to jump from one frantic routine to the next without a pause, it also enables the...

Blow Off

Blow Off is a loud, explosive but fantastically evocative play. It focuses on female identity and humanity as it follows a woman as she makes a fatal and life-changing decision. She has no name, face or definin...

Trainspotting

Before entering the venue, the audience all have their ticket switched with a glow stick bracelet. This grants entry into the dark, desecrated and smoke-filled performance area, where we are herded in and sat h...

Joe’s NYC Bar

You’re a part of Joe’s NYC Bar before you even reach the venue. In the queue, members of the audience are chatted with individually by members of the cast, or ‘employees’ from the bar, building up a sense of ca...

Mercury Fur

Set in a dystopian London where gangs run rampant and hallucinogenic butterflies dominate the field, Fear No Colours theatre group perform Mercury Fur. The tale follows brothers Darren and Elliot and the res...

Love, Lies and Taxidermy

If you’re looking for that great romantic comedy among your Fringe show this August, Love, Lies and Taxidermy is perfect for you. Following the classic ‘boy meets girl’ trope, Polish/Welsh teenager Valentine, f...