A Spoken Word performance exploring ideas around Van Gogh, love, life, language and art. Featuring Jahmar Ngozi (Emerging Artist Award winner, Arcola Theatre; Slam Champion, Spoken in London), Solomon Adams and Danielle Allen (The Feminine Principle).
Tormented souls, evil villains, cliched employees, best friends and invisible men – enjoy a humorous look at the evolution (or not) of gay male characters on stage and screen in the past 100 years.
EU exit day is just seven months after the Fringe. Will we be ready? Is the exit deal any good or are we looking at a complete dog's Brexit? Entertaining review of where we are now...
"Nearly" comedy about my memories as a professional stripper and near-hero during London Bridge terror attack in 2016. I have been doing a lot of things and people always get it wrong.
In a different show every day the audience will seize back control of Rock'n'Roll Politics as broadcaster and author Steve Richards conducts a tour of the latest seismic political dramas.
The Glummer Twins
David Harmer and Ray Globe have just turned 60. They’re taking it badly. The irrepressible Glummer Twins are back to celebrate the joys, absurdities and indignities of getting older. Stand-up spoken word from the Beat Generation.
Tess Adams (Poettess.com)
You won't see another show like this one at the Fringe! Memorable. Moving. Motivational. From tragedy to transformation. Tess’s powerful words will leave you wordless. Performed by Tess Adams and Connor Byrne.