Luke Wright: What I Learned From Johnny Bevan

A spellbinding performance by Luke Wright of his 2015 novel-esque poem takes us on a journey from the optimism of youth to the disillusionment of middle age, via sharp satire, dark humour and punchy, pulsating ...

JOAN

As the lives of the saints go, you’d be hard pressed to find one with more drama, twists, turns and heroism than Joan of Arc’s. So it’s no surprise that her story has been told and retold over the centuries, se...

A Robot in Human Skin

Honest and compelling, Nicole Henriksen doesn’t shy away from uncomfortable topics in her new Fringe show A Robot in Human Skin. Discussing her struggle with crippling anxiety, Henriksen allows the audience a...

The Last Queen of Scotland

Born in Uganda, Jaimini Jethwa was forced out with her family at a young age when Idi-Amin expelled the Indian population from Uganda. After being forced to leave, Jethwa’s family moved to Dundee with no more t...

Demi Lardner: Look What You Made Me Do

Join Demi Lardner as she embodies the life of a mumbling forty-something old man named Gavin, all while he attempts to escape the basement in which he is mysteriously trapped. Gavin’s ordeal is haunted by his r...

Zach and Viggo

These two are a comedy duo that you will fall in love with. Zach is American, Viggo is Norwegian and their playful love for one another rubs off on the audience. They each have their own solo shows at the Fring...

Courtney Act: The Girl From Oz

Australian diva and star of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Courtney Act has landed in Edinburgh. Act is a superstar in her own right: it’s hard to believe this is her first Edinburgh Fringe. With an informative and hilari...

Out

Out is already in motion when you walk in. South Asian pop’s bright notes overlap with radio static and confused Western tunes. Rachel Young and Dwayne Anthony move out of sync, joyfully and chaotically filling...

Frankie Vah by Luke Wright

Luke Wright returns to the Fringe with Frankie Vah, the coming of age tale of an aspiring poet casting aside the religion and rigidity of his father for London, lager, romance and social justice. The piece is s...

Fag/Stag

Fag/Stag is a provocative and surprisingly melancholy examination of the friendship of a gay man and a straight man, in the month leading up to the wedding of their mutual ex-girlfriend.  Australia’s Jeffrey Ja...