Yvette

Yvette is a one woman show about adolescence, race, family and sexuality. Writer and performer Urielle Klein-Mekongo assembles an emotional and poignant piece of artistry based partially on her own personal exp...

Will Duggan: Perspicuator

In a comedy set based on his plans for world domination hatched from his parents box room in Kettering, and largely funded by his working in a Harvester restaurant, Will Duggan defies expectation and puts on an...

Séance

This is not a real séance. This is not a real séance. This was the mantra I repeated to myself throughout Darkfield's latest production, Séance, in an attempt to stop my arms from quivering and my hands from sh...

Laughing Stock

Four piece sketch comedy group Laughing Stock treat us to their latest show this Fringe. Revolving around a small set of well-fleshed out characters, the show is loosely centred around a caravan park and its an...

Rosalind

Rosalind, the heroine of Shakespeare’s As You Like It, is given new life in James Cousins’ latest dance piece which asks whether equality is possible in our current times, or if our heroine must still pull on t...

Concerto a Tempo d’Umore

Classical music doesn’t just have to be for grown ups. Concerto a Tempo d’Umore will have all of the family, even the littlest ones, buzzing about Bach as they fuse their first class musical expertise with clow...

Julie Byrne

Julie Byrne invites us to slow down. Her voice has crossed the Atlantic with the deep affection of acclaimed blogs (Tom Johnson of GoldFlakePaint can be found behind the merch desk) and contemporaries alike, wi...

Colin Cloud: Dare

Colin Cloud can read your mind. I can hear your scepticism or an eye roll already, but no, really, he can. There’s no other way to explain the feats he achieves during his latest Fringe show, Dare. Entering Ple...

Perhaps Perhaps Quizás

As far as clowning goes, the Fringe Festival is the big top. Clowns of every form fill the venues to get guests giggling and Perhaps Perhaps Quizás does this with charm. Our protagonist Greta is desperate fo...

Father of Lies

A ghost story with an eerie truth, Bête Noire’s Father of Lies reenacts the 1973 West German tale of a man, his baby and the fine line between truth and illusion. Bête Noire have spent twelve months studying th...