Edinburgh Fringe Festival

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Blue Heart

Blue Heart is formed of two shorts by Caryl Churchill called Heart’s Desire and Blue Kettle. The first, Heart’s Desire, is about a family of three ...
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Ciarán Dowd: Don Rodolfo

Don Rodolfo is an autobiographical tale about a fictional swashbuckling lothario who advertises himself as having and being a world-class bellend. ...
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De Profundis

Simon Callow performs as Oscar Wilde in this reading of De Profundis. The title of this letter translates to “from the depths” and it’s about Wilde’s ...
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Vape Lord

Jamali Maddix has brought this comedy show to the Fringe, Vape Lord, to cover some quite sombre and sobering topics. It is loosely about his experienc...
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Foxdog Studios: Robot Chef

Robot Chef is a show that does exactly what it says on the tin. It is an hour-long show about a robotic chef: a specially-designed contraption making ...
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Sitting

Sitting, a play by Katherine Parkinson, is about three portrait sitters. They pose for an unseen and unheard painter in a studio, which is filled with...
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Two

Clueless Theatre brings The White Oak pub to life with only a couple of bar stools and a pair of multi-roling actors in Jim Cartwright’s Two.  The ...
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The C-Bomb

In The C-Bomb, a new play performed by Worcester Productions, Chloe gets a phone call from an ex on her 21st birthday telling her she might have chlam...
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Cat-in-a-box

Cat-in-a-box by Morgan Sweeney is an innovative exploration of people’s deep attachments to one another and the comforting monotony even of an unhappy...