Meeting at 33

Meeting at 33 is a breath of fresh air this Fringe. Presented by Second Circle Theatre, Meeting at 33 is a striking piece of verbatim theatre that leaves behind the corporate world of the festival to focus on r...

Cirkopolis

Based on the film, Metropolis, Cirque Eloize’s latest production Cirkopolis is sure to be one of the most awe-inspiring things you’ll see this Fringe. In the Pleasance’s newest venue at the EICC, Cirque Eloi...

Dr Carnesky’s Incredible Bleeding Women

Dr Carnesky wants you to know that she is absolutely a real doctor before she treats you to a performative lecture about her findings on the taboo topic of menstruation. She proposes that all menstruation is ma...

Skin

The talented team behind last year’s Smother, 201 Dance Company, return to the Fringe with another ambitious piece this year: Skin.  Tackling female to male gender transition through contemporary hip hop, th...

First Hippo on the Moon

Based on the book by best-selling children's author David Walliams, Les Petites Theatre Company’s stage adaptation of The First Hippo on the Moon brings the story of Sheila and her star-studded dream to the Fri...

Stuart Laws: Stops

Stuart Law’s latest stand-up, Stops is a semi surrealist show that’s sure to be one of the most complex hours of stand-up at this year’s festival, and among the cleverest too. The show is about Laws falling in ...

Joe Sutherland: Model/Actress

Joe Sutherland is a former model turned aspiring actor willing to do literally anything for fame and attention. His show is a comedic run down of his many skills and talents in the hope that a television produc...

Richard Herring: Oh Frig, I’m 50!

A decade after his Oh Fuck, I’m 40 show, Richard Herring recounts the drastic turns he has made in his life, going from a drunk 40-something, desperately holding onto his youth, to a happily married 50 year old...

Rachel Jackson: Bunny Boiler

Women have been called many things when looking for The One. Rachel Jackson’s show, Bunny Boiler, plays on this fact, reflectively looking at how difficult it is to find love in this day and age and taking the ...

The Polar Bears Go Up

Since premiering at the Unicorn Theatre in London back in 2016, The Polar Bears Go Up has toured around Shanghai and Hong Kong, and now they’ve hit the Fringe Festival with an adorable adventure that is fun for...