Theatre

14-18 Cyrano de Bergerac
Westcliff Boys Theatre

Rostand's classic updated – new verse, all-male love triangle, set during the First World War. Reviews for 2018's Waiting for OFSTED: 'delightful gem of a production' (BroadwayBaby.com), 'seriously witty' (ScotsGay.co.uk), 'fine actors' (SardinesMagazine.co.uk).

33 to 04
Double Edge Drama

A doctor and his reluctant patient get trapped in a lift on the way to surgery. 33 to 04 is a snappy, but at times contemplative comedy about ageing, death and Double Deckers.

4/4/4: 4 Real Asians, 4 White Men, 4 Fake Asians
Pickle Tank Theatre

Direct from a sold-out NYC run, 4 Asians play 4 White men playing 4 Fake Asians, in this radical play that turns the White gaze back onto White people!

7 Years: A Love Story
ActGreenNow

Story of two friends who find themselves facing extreme climate events. They set off on a journey of self-discovery, overcoming impossible odds to find sanctuary and love.

97+
tomcaintheatre

97+ is a play based on the Hillsborough Disaster which resulted in 97 people losing their lives. Set in 2012, survivors John and Steve, now middle-aged men, deal differently with the trauma they suffered from the tragedy in 1989.

The Abrupt Son
Knock on Wood Productions

When Cynthia's husband dies during her pregnancy, he can never hurt her again. But what if the baby turns out just like him? Cynthia can't let that happen. She can, however, get her revenge.

The Academy Trust
Mode Theatre

A satirical comedy written and performed by teachers. Featuring hilarious, unbelievable, and simply sublime initiatives that are so outrageous they'll probably be in the next Conservative manifesto!

Adaptation: Enough Already
Vegas Nerve Productions / Samantha Graham

A corporate trainer reluctantly wakes up to the truth: the crush of societal expectations is killing her kind. Literally. Can she wake the others up? Can her Fringe show curb the confusion? Get them dancing? Curious? Come!

The Adventures of Supernova de Loutherbergh
Benches We've Sat On

If there's one thing Supernova de Loutherbergh knows, it's that her Mum is dead. If there's one thing she doesn't, it's everything else. A hilarious and heartbreaking piece exploring adulthood and its bittersweet adventures.

After Shakespeare
Slade Wolfe Enterprises Limited

What happens to Shakespeare's characters after the curtain falls? Lexi Wolfe weaves Shakespeare's words, historical research, and her dramatic spark, to transform into four characters, to follow their onward journeys. 'Lexi Wolfe is a formidable actor' (Buxton Fringe).

All is Pink in West Berkshire County
Aireborne Theatre

'What would it take for you to eat a real-life human being?' From award-winning playwright, Harry Daisley, comes the hilariously twisted tale of the Abbey family’s unsavoury cravings amidst a national meat ban.

All the Glorious Moments In Between
Queen Mary Theatre Company

A love letter to the ones who need it most… Three individuals unravel their most heartwarming, stomach-tingling, glorious moments in life. Join us in celebration of global majority love and joy!

The Alpha Podcast
Future Ghost Theatre

It’s a woke world – political correctness has gone mad! Inspired by the likes of Andrew Tate, The Alpha Podcast follows the recording of a "meninist" podcast, but what happens when unexpected chaos ensues live on air?

Am I Nuts!
Stargaze Theatre Company

Smith's having dreams. Stone-Age songs, ocean waves and rabbit pie. In Tesco. Through increasingly comic therapy, they desperately seek the truth. So what does happen when you don't return your shopping trolley? Mischief in time and space.

And I Must Scream
New Place Productions

It's summer. Possibly the last one in this dead-end town. Evie has big dreams for the future. Freddie is coming to terms with who he is and Phoebe might just be left behind, alone.

And Then The Rodeo Burned Down
Chloe and Natasha

The rodeo is the best place in the world. Why would anybody burn it down? Alleged arson fractures into two clowns desperately trying to afford to put on a show.

Animal Farm
Exadus Theatre Company

Exadus believes now is the time to pay homage to Orwell's book, once read aloud in Ukrainian to Soviet refugees in West Germany, reminding us that 'all animals are equal, but some are more equal than others'.

Ants
Junk Theatre

The brief is: 'How can the company maximise its profits over the next year?' Three employees have one night to put together a presentation for management. As evening turns to morning, polite debate descends into panic and existential chaos.

Attendants
Ava Borthwick, Amelie Breach and Lola Morgans

Observational comedy that'll make you laugh so much you'll cry. Join three flight attendants from Applesby Airlines as they share with you the various colourful characters from their lives.

The Awesome 80s Prom
AHSTF by WorldStrides presents The Woodlands High School Theater

Take a trip back to 1989 and dance the night away at Wanaget High. This immersive experience follows every American teenager's favourite right of passage: prom night!

Ay Up, Hitler!
Gamma Ray Theatre

The untold story of how Hitler and his cronies escaped Germany at the end of the war, and went into hiding in the last place you'd think to look... Yorkshire!

The Bad Daters
Felix Culpa Productions

Wendy and Liam embark on a first date both assume is doomed for failure. Can they survive the date, and move on from hearing the hilarious and annoyingly heartbreaking truth about themselves? A deliciously dark Irish comedy.

The Ballad of Truman Capote
Northern Line Productions

New York’s Plaza Hotel, 1966: the party of the century. But as Capote’s guests arrive, the writer disappears to gossip with himself about celebrity life. From award-winning novelist Andrew O’Hagan, a hilarious, brilliant new play.

Before the Drugs Kick In
Lynn T Walsh

One of America's top comedians returns with nostalgia for the 90s and early 2000s. Comedy, theatre, therapy. Sit back and enjoy your trip. Chappelle meets Russian Doll.

Being Sophie Scholl
Acting Coach Scotland

After her brother’s arrest, a young German student begins a deadly game of cat and mouse with the Gestapo. Discover the inspiring true story of Sophie Scholl – the girl who defied Hitler.

Blanket of the Dark
Applause Theatre Group

Blanket of the Dark compares two of Britain's most notorious serial killing couples and brings light between the two. Do you have a fascination with true crime, if so this play should be on your list.

Blueballs
Iris Supple-Still

One bedroom. Two 20-year-olds. Just married and strangers until hours ago – now they are alone for the first time. A twisted version of the twisted tale Bluebeard, Blueballs is a thrilling, 50-minute tequila-shot of theatre in free verse.

Break the Chains
Bloomin' Buds Theatre Company – Rob Blowman

A true story about overcoming some of life's greatest hurdles. Loss, addiction and heartbreak this Bradford bloke tells us how he turned his life around and became a mental health advocate on the world's biggest stage.

Breaking Open
Oskar Saville

Why would a woman leave her career as the lead singer of a multi-platinum band to fix her marriage? And would she find the courage to leave that marriage and find her voice again? Come and be inspired!

Brief Candle
Blushing Caligula

Deep beneath the streets of Regency Edinburgh lies a labyrinth of black vaults, housing the downtrodden and hiding a criminal underworld. Here, Isla fights to find a candle for her Mum’s birthday, as the Great Fire rages above.

Brothers
Raised Voices

Heart-rending tale of the bond between two brothers overcoming mental health struggles and addiction... resolution follows... then despair and tragedy, ultimately peace.

Bubble Show for Adults Only 2
Bubble Laboratory

New Show! Continuing the bubblesque that audiences have come to expect. Beautiful and naughty bubbles that do things that Fairy Liquid adverts never dreamed of. Weekly Award Best Circus 2023 (Perth). Australia's Got Talent.

Burned Out
Bloomin' Buds Theatre Company – Jake Thompson

Burned Out is a story of the damning effects of greed on the human condition and how generosity and kindness will always win against selfishness, and of working class triumph in an ever-greedy and classist world.

Call Me Elizabeth
KB Productions

Fresh off her 1961 Academy Awards triumph and a recent brush with death, Elizabeth Taylor is struggling with her hardest role yet: herself. 'Brilliant! A must-watch for any Elizabeth Taylor fan!' (EdFringeReview.com). www.callmeelizabeth.com

Can't Stop Carrying On
Blue Orange Arts

An ageing film producer plans to resurrect his cinematic successes by revitalising the Carry On franchise with a new film. Saucy seaside humour, double entendre and cheeky sexual innuendo. Just what a millennial audience wants, right?

Can't Wait to Leave
Stephen Leach

A darkly comic and sharply-observed debut. Taking place entirely in a hospital waiting room, this is the story of Ryan – angry, adrift, and alone as he navigates his final six months in a soulless London.

Candide
Ima Collab

A contemporary adaptation of Voltaire's Candide, this devised work depicts the optimist's journey from innocence to experience. Featuring colourful characters and poetic storytelling, this production from Hong Kong is a fun, thought-provoking exploration of the human condition. Live music.

The Canonized Club: The Curious Lives and Deaths of the Saints
Hardly Working Promotions

It's 1969 and Pope Paul VI has made an announcement that questions the status of the existing canon of Catholic saints. Who will remain in the exclusive Canonized Club?

The Caper Trail
Blue Orange Arts

How not to pull off a jewel heist! An overconfident cat-burglar battles an officious security guard and an escaped criminal with occasional amnesia, as he attempts to steal a cursed ruby on the night before his wedding!

Captain Avaritia's Carnival of Wonders
FCSA Theatre Company

The Captain's Carnival is in town, and Amy's brother is missing. Will she find him without having to pay a terrible price? After all, the show must go on.

The Caravel
Cuttin’ Aboot Theatre Co Ltd

The year is 1990. The tunes are banging, the drinks are cheap. Join us at The Caravel pub, where at one table sits a group of teenage girls, entering adulthood, dealing with the changes within themselves and their friends. Meanwhile, Glasgow's biggest gangsters are plotting and planning only a table away.

Cat Sh!t Crazy
Cindy D'Andrea

A "tail" of grief, recovery, self-discovery and lots of cats. Can this crazy cat lady save the one who needs it most or will she be frozen in pain like a fur ball that won't let go?

Chopped Liver and Unions
Out of the Fire

The world is changed by the women you push too far. Sara Wesker changed her world and the world of her fellow workers. But did her passion for the cause kill her passion for the love of her life?

Coconut
Griffin Theatre Co

A love letter to brown girls, Coconut is a one-act, one-actor play that tells the story of a slightly lost, slightly confused, incredibly chaotic brown girl doing things (and people) that none of the aunties would approve of.

Cola Boy
Cola Boy Productions

The 1990s, when house music exploded! Drama, suspense, comedy and music as a young Scottish journalist and DJ gets sucked into Dubai's criminal underworld. A gripping and immersive stage adaptation of excerpts from cult book Cola Boy.

Collar
Bryntirion

Benji's undergoing an operation. It’s going to make him happier than ever... and handsome... and hairy. But first he needs to tell his family. And his best mate, Will. A poignant, provocative play to make you paws for thought.

Colonel Anne: Jacobite Heroine
Duns Players

A heroine of the 1745 Jacobite Rising, Colonel Anne defied her husband, raised troops for Bonnie Prince Charlie, saved his life, and lost her warrior-lover at Culloden. A true story of passion, courage and female independence.

Constellations
ZOE Productions and New Celts Productions

Endless universes, endless possibilities. Follow a quantum physicist and a beekeeper as their relationship faces every possible future in an exploration of free will and friendship; an exploration of quantum multiverse theory, love and honey.

Constrictor
Jaimee Aislyn de Witt

Constrictor discusses family, international communities, and the erasure of mixed-raced women from society. It focuses on a mum who faces the difficulties of raising a mixed-raced child, acknowledging both her past with racism and future promise of her child.

The Courteous Enemy
University Of York Drama Society

An absurdist satire set in 1958 which imagines what happened when infamous theatre critic Kenneth Tynan wrote a scathing review of The Chairs by Eugène Ionesco, the father of absurdism.

Crash and Burn
VisceralTheatre

Joseph Johnson’s Scottish oil empire was created through decades of sweat and blood – lots of blood. Onboard a gas-guzzling jet bound for the COP26 climate conference, the tycoon faces an ultimatum: confess or crash.

Ctrl
Lund

Eager to stand out from the crowd, a group of teenagers turn to the assistance of AI. But what starts as a fun experiment soon turns to alarming obsession. Co-written by AI, this play questions reality and creativity.

Curses
Fuzed Theatre Company

Wallflower Rena’s life is changed forever when she is given an offer she can’t refuse by the scheming Keres. A tale of greed, vengeance and how far you would go to fit in. Do you believe in black magic?

Dazzling
Dazzling Theatre

A year on from a depressive episode, Alix's life is full of joy. But when they meet a beautiful stranger, dark inner conflicts resurface. Obsession, addiction and poetry are combined in this modern tale of a descent into madness.

Dead End Job
Queen Mary Theatre Company

Aubury has the worst job in the underworld – Ghost Training! Purgatory seemed to stretch out forever – until Aubury meets the love of their afterlife – a medium trying to exorcise them!

The Dead of Night
Hurly Burly

In those few moments between wake and sleep, a young girl finds herself privy to the place where monsters, magic and mayhem meet. A musical, fantastical journey of gothic thrills and frolics. Who will she encounter…

Death by Shakespeare
Hurly Burly

A chorus of bawdy spirits lead you through this dynamic amalgamation of Shakespeare's finest death scenes. Witness the madness of Ophelia, the conniving Lady Macbeth, the hilarious Pyramus and the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, amongst others.

Dickie Must Die
Stitched Heart Ltd

Dickie Must Die is a dark comedy with heart, about friendship and heartbreak. Ruby decides to avenge her bestie's broken heart by taking revenge on ultimate f-boy, Dickie Headington, but things go magically wrong!

DNA
Parker & Snell Youth Company

When a group of teenagers' bullying of another student goes too far, they are left with an unplanned death on their conscience. You can almost taste the tension! It's a gripping 50 minutes!

Does My Fanny Look Big in This?
Eleanor May Blackburn

The anxious sex-ed class you never got in school. An exploration into the sexual world through spoken word, uncomfortable noises, an inflatable sex doll, (bad) singing, anxiety and a limerick.

Dreams of Anne Frank
Zenith Youth Theatre Company

In 1942 Anne Frank, a young Jewish girl, was forced into hiding with seven others in a secret annexe in Amsterdam. Zenith vividly bring her story to life in this poignant and highly charged drama.

Drop Dead
Woodplayers Troupe

A funeral rehearsal. Six strangers. But who’s in the box? Returning after a sold-out Edinburgh Fringe run, Woodplayers Troupe are putting the fun in funeral with this bold new devised dark comedy.

Edgar Allan Poe: The Murders in the Rue Morgue
Blue Orange Arts

The original detective story. Two women are found brutally murdered in their Parisian home in the Rue Morgue. Poe’s C August Dupin steps in to investigate the seemingly impossible events.

Eugene O'Neill's Thirst
Exit Theatre

Shipwrecked on a life raft with no water, sharks circle and madness beckons. American playwright Eugene O’Neill’s classic text, purportedly inspired by the Titanic sinking, is revived in this intense adaptation by director Al Carretta.

Fanti Acrobats International
Fanti Acrobats International

African traditional acrobatics and cultural display: contortion, bowl balancing, juggling, man in a bowl, lowest limbo and more.

The Feed
ICTF by WorldStrides presents Freed-Hardeman University

In this surreal comedy, the appearance of a slow cooker in a parking lot sends a social-media artist over the edge. The Feed merges The X-Files, Facebook posts during Covid lockdowns, and Lovecraft.

Field
Eimear Tunney

Bridie's quest for home leads to outlandish encounters. Her humour weaves a medley of wonders, unveiling her family history including her grandmother's role in the Irish Revolution and her grandfather's escape from prison, reshaping our perception of the ordinary.

Four Cut Sunflowers
Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club

Johanna Van Gogh-Bonger is left a widow with an incredible inheritance: 400 unsold paintings and a desire to change the world.

Four Letter Word and Adrift
Moonhawk Productions and RD Productions Ella Wernham-Clark Leon Witcomb

Adrift is a ghost story and horror theatre experience examining grief in isolation. Four Letter Word – a young woman's story of domestic violence. Presented through vocals and music, showing shadows dissipated through recovery.

Frankenstein
Berlin Open Theatre

Frankenstein: a timeless classic that explores the troubling themes of creation, responsibility, and morality. Featuring an international ensemble of immigrant performers, this production closely examines the role of social alienation within this iconic story.

Frighthouse Presents: The Wheel of Misfortune
Frighthouse Productions

The Wheel of Misfortune returns this year bigger and better. It’s a horror-comedy anthology show inspired by Creepshow and The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror episodes. Which tale will you hear tonight?

A Funeral for My Friend Who Is Still Alive
Kasen Tsui x Cathy Lam

This is a brand-new dark comedy about farewell. Kasen prepares a eulogy to celebrate this friend’s life.

Garage Warriors
Raw Toast Productions

When Archie is sacked and replaced by a machine, there’s only one logical solution: to get off the grid and move away. The only problem is he has absolutely no idea how.

The Ghost of a Smile
Gavin Robertson and Nicholas Collett

Two of Dickens’ creepy ghost stories each with a comic twist. Told on alternate days. A traveller encounters a spooky chair and a man is spirited away by, well... spirits! Two yarns to chill you!

Ginzel's Little Cordoba: A Double Bill
The Vindicate Company

World premiere from award-winning Korean/Irish playwright Rena Brannan of companion pieces Little Cordoba and Ginzel. Spanning 500 years of British history, this new work examines the fine line between individual and social responsibility.

God Done Opened the Sky!!
Jersten Seraile

The ancestors takes a small-town Creole boy on a journey through historical events around the world, teaching him lessons of courage, perseverance, and life.

Gold!
Stafford Collett Productions

In 1983, the music was gold, the fashion was gold... and Julie and Dave stole a lot of gold. Four decades later, how are they going to avoid the elderly psychopath who wants revenge – and his gold back?

Good and Gaslit
Deborah Cincotta and Kendall McDermott (Double Cappuccino Productions)

Good and Gaslit. A young director launching her career. A less-than-young TV executive performing her first one-woman show. It’s gonna be a gas! Come see the rehearsal, I mean, the show.

The Good Dad (A Love Story)
And Tomorrow Theatre Company

Based on real-life events from the 1980s, solo show The Good Dad is a multiple Off West End Award-nominated family drama told from the unique perspectives of mother, daughter and sister.

Goodbye Christopher Robinson
Nottingham New Theatre

A park bench can hold a lifetime of memories. For Arthur Robinson, one bench does. His connection to this bench is one that spans decades. Through missed moments and miscommunication, we see this man's life play out.

Graveyard of the Outcast Dead
Reverb Theatre and Not So Nice! and New Celts

The Winchester Geese are in search of a choice. The Lover is in search of his love. The Tender will join their worlds together. Spend your Edinburgh Fringe in the Graveyard of the Outcast Dead.

Gulls
AHSTF by WorldStrides presents Western Center Academy

This award-winning production moves Anton Chekhov's The Seagull to an American high school. This original adaptation explores the ridiculousness and tragedy of teen life during the age of social media.

Happier Daze
RIFF Theatre and New Celts Productions

An independent band struggling with grief, tackle their way through the industry, spoiled friendships and young adult life as they try to pinpoint both their band’s and their own identities.

Hayfever
Emerge Production House

An interactive, musical, dark comedy where audience members will decide on the actors' destiny. It dives into how living under different cultural rules can eventually alter feelings and alienate you from a country or a planet you thought you were part of.

He Kept Me Safe
The play is sponsored and delivered by Wellbeing Insight.

Join us for a groundbreaking play that gives voice to the unheard experiences of gay men subjected to traumatic intimate partner violence. A powerful production based on the narratives of real experiences.

Heart of the Mind and A Useful Tragedy
Raiser Theatre

This double bill of new plays by young writers gives two fresh twists on tragedy, exploring newsroom politics in the post-truth age, and the limits of how we give and receive love.

Here You Come Again
Empty Bench Productions

Follow eight people whose lives cross over in unexpected ways. As they navigate what it means to be young and in love, the play explores the importance of connection and asks what makes relationships work?

Hickory
Deleardley Theatre

Tom and Isaac are two mice who live inside a cuckoo clock. Work, sleep. Tick-Tock. Work, sleep. Tick-Tock. Work... Sleep... Tick... Tock... Discovery! Tick-Tock? Wake up!

A Highly Suspect Murder Mystery – Murder at the Movies
Highly Suspect

Lights. Camera. Murder! Two stars are killed in the Golden Age of Tinseltown; but who’s behind the Hollywood homicides? An interactive comedy whodunnit which you must solve! Sold out, 2021-2022.

A Highly Suspect Murder Mystery – Murder on the Disorient Express
Highly Suspect

A legendary detective killed aboard a famous train – but who had locomotive for murder? An interactive comedy whodunnit packed with cryptic clues the audience must solve! (EdFringeReview.com).

How to Find a Husband in 37 Years or Longer
JJ Pyle and Solo Heroes

Ever plot a murder? Break into your boyfriend's apartment? Fantasise about the hot brooding busboy, then date him? I did! A drive with Dad brings back memories revealing family patterns.

The Humans
Outcast International

The Humans by Stephen Karam. An American family gather on Thanksgiving in a ramshackle Chinatown apartment in this profound story about the catastrophes that afflict us and how we cope with them. Tony Award for Best Play, 2016.

I Killed My Ex
Dear Dark

When two dear friends, Tina and Lola, impulsively kill Tina’s ex after he leaves her at the altar, events spiral out of control, taking a hectic turn.

I've Never Met Anyone Quite Like You Before
quite like you Productions

Dave navigates the minefield of modern LGBTQ+ relationships while also justifying himself to everyone from his mum to his agent. Incorporating movement and music, this play is funny, poignant, personal and universal.

iHands: A Life Less Lived
Blue Orange Arts

Join self-proclaimed theatre "impresario" Israel Hands as he brings his own unique touch to his latest production, A Life Less Lived. Based on the popular YouTube web-series iHands: A Life Less Lived.

Il Burattino
Trouble In The Square

An Italian boy finds hope in the idea of fighting for a Fascist Italy. His determination is successful in proving his strength, but at the cost of some heavy realisations.

The Importance of Being Nihilists
Honest Fool Productions

Murder-mystery farce, set in a Victorian world dashed with anachronism. Unlikely criminals, dodgy disguises, forbidden love and plummeting pianos come together in this absurd exploration of mortality.

In Memoriam
BossyB*tchProductions

From a troublesome priest to a mystery guest and a very, very late hearse, you can expect family fallouts, secret affairs and lots of chaos.

Internal
Banana Peel Theatre Co.

Internal tells the story of crippingly shy Melanie. When overwhelmed, she transports to an alternate universe in her mind where she can be bold and brave... and do burlesque. Join Melanie as she finds her voice and self-worth.

Intimacy
Watershed Productions

Nel talks about sex with the confidence of an expert. Chloe struggles to talk about sex at all. But this conversation will take them somewhere neither of them could have expected. An intimate exploration of female sexuality and pleasure.

The Invisible Man
Our Star Theatre Company

The thought of invisibility, and the advantages it could bring has captured the imagination of millions. This brand-new, fast-moving, very funny adaptation of HG Wells’ story boasts 15 characters, just three actors, and tons of fun!

It's a Mystery!
Tim Benzie / Solve Along A Murder She Wrote

Tim Benzie, the acclaimed creator/host of Solve Along A Murder She Wrote presents a new one-man show: a hilarious and moving exploration of the compelling and enduring appeal of murder mysteries, from Poirot to Fletcher and beyond.

It's a Woman's World
Theatre with Teeth

Hollywood, 1950. Three women navigate stardom, voice acting and independence in the world of Meyer’s studio. The only catch? The contracts won’t let them speak again.

Ivories
Basement Light Productions

In a bloodcurdling mash of A24 horror meets tragicomedy, playwright Sloane and their husband Gwyn return to their ailing grandmother's house to settle the estate, where a childhood friend's sudden arrival forces them to uncover secrets in Grandma's basement.

Jane/Norma
Viewpoint and New Celts Productions

Discover the real woman behind Roe vs Wade. Through a collection of verbatim voices, we present to you the story of Norma McCorvey and the ongoing national battle around abortion rights in the USA.

Julius Caesar Must Die
Myths Unbound Productions and New Celts Productions

Conspirators flood Rome, while Caesar’s lust for power threatens the crumbling democracy. The tyrant must die for the good of the people, but will his violent legacy share the same fate? Or will the cycle continue?

Kingdom
Lunar Theatre Company and New Celts Productions

The year is 2051. Scotland is independent. Men have been exiled to the kingdom of Fife with only their sausage rolls for company. Can Scotland’s leaders reunite the country or will it be torn apart forever?

The Knot
Minotaur Theatre Company

After the loss of his father, Angus Ketch believes he must face his bully and the looming threat of war alone. In need of aid, he is visited by a creature made of tangled rope which listens to his pain and guides him toward manhood. Though the creature assures Angus it lives only to aid him, Angus begins to suspect its aggression may come from much darker ambitions.

The Last Bantam
Michael Hughes


  1. The world is at war. A desperate Britain recruits 50,000 men between 5' and 5' 3'' to fight. These men are known as Bantams. 1918. One Bantam remains. This is his story. Inspired by real events.

Lear Alone
And Tomorrow Theatre Company

Created in partnership with Crisis UK, Lear Alone is the theatrical realisation of And Tomorrow Theatre Company’s award-winning web series: a one-man reworking of Shakespeare’s timeless tragedy using just Lear's lines from the First Folio.

Letter to Boddah
Watershed Productions

.The Winner of the Broadway Baby Bobby Award for Best Theatre Show at the Fringe 2019 is back! Two young white men go into a disabled toilet in Tesco and change into army fatigues, because they’re going to blow it and themselves up. Very funny, very dark. You will laugh, you might cry, you will certainly come out going WTF!? The Wee Review came twice – to make sure he was right – before making it his No1 choice in 2019 and saying ‘One of the most powerful shows I have seen in years’. This year Kyle Fisher plays Billy.

Locusts
Orange Works

Locusts explores gay conversion therapy within an evangelical church. Unexpectedly, Stephen is contacted by Pete, his church pastor from 30 years ago. Back then, Pete believes he prayed Stephen straight, and now he wants the same for his daughter.

Los Guardiola – The Comedy of Tango
Giorgia Marchiori and Marcelo Guardiola

Internationally renowned artists, Los Guardiola lead you into their fantasy world of TangoTeatro, where tragedy, comedy, poetry and humour collide. 'Tango is transformed into brilliant theatre' (BroadwayBaby.co.uk). 'Extremely clever and humorous' (TheatreReviews.design).

Love's Labour's Lost
Raiser Theatre

Four loudmouth lords vow to study for three years and win fame for denying their desires. But when a princess and her ladies arrive, Cupid plays havoc with the lords' little plan in Shakespeare's hilarious love story.

Loving the Enemy
Lorenzo 'Renz' Novani

It's June 1940, Mussolini has just declared war on the Allies. Britain's Italian community is being demonised. Hugo Ricci, a Glasgow-born Italian, takes extreme measures to prove his allegiance. 'An actor and dramatist of some depth' (Scotsman).

Macbeth by the Sea
John Hancock Productions

Gary and Cheryl Macbeth have killed King Duncan and taken over his kingdom. Now it’s time to party! Except Banquo’s battered spirit shows up and ruins dessert. Lady Macbeth orders a holiday to get their heads on straight. Try as they might, Banquo and a certain trio of witches are there to remind them of their slimy trail of shame.

Macbeth: Sleep No More
Shadow Road Productions

'All hail Macbeth that shalt be King hereafter…' Thus the three witches seal the Thane of Glamis’ fate – and that of all the others whom Macbeth will dispose of while fulfilling their deadly prophecy.

Machine Yearning
Machine Yearning

In a lab on a spaceship orbiting desecrated earth, two scientists run a failing experiment in procreation. Machine Yearning is a devised piece which centers the question, how does exploiting others lead to alienation from our own humanity?

Machine Yearning
Machine Yearning

In a lab on a spaceship orbiting desecrated earth, two scientists run a failing experiment in procreation. Machine Yearning is a devised piece which centers the question, how does exploiting others lead to alienation from our own humanity?

May Contain Traces of Nuts.
Fourth Wall

A group of friends gather on the anniversary of their friend’s death. Swimming through drugs and the entrenched toxic masculinity of generations, the protagonist, Frankie, grapples to understand his own trans-masculinity.

Meat Boy
LS6 Theatre

Welcome to Meat Boy, a 40-minute tale of meat and mayhem! Follow Fred's journey back to childhood, in a story that spirals around sausage rolls, running from the law and regret. Will Meat Boy escape his past?

Meet Me by The Stranger
Voice Break Productions

One night three couples separately meet at an old Yorkshire statue, The Stranger, to discuss the state of their relationships. Recently divorced Charlie and Jamie, temperamental Jem and Rory and young lovers Bailey and Jordan.

Merry Wanderers
Aquila Youth Theatre

One hot summer's evening, a desperate boy escapes to the woods near his home. The fairy world awaits his arrival and as others enter the forest, so begins a night of confusion, mayhem, friendship and love.

The Mind of a Narcissist
Thomford Theatre

A play which explores psychological abuse in families. How manipulation preserves the self-love of a narcissist.

The Misunderstanding
Unexpected Places

Happiness awaits Martha and her Mother. They just have to kill to get it. This adaptation of Camus’ absurd play sees the prodigal son return to a troubled home; his sister longing for escape. Even murder becomes tedious.

The Mitfords
Oxia Theatre (Emma Wilkinson Wright)

Unity was Hitler's friend; Diana married to Mosley, leader of the British Fascists; Jessica, a communist, and Nancy, a celebrated author. How did they manage to even talk to each other?

Moderation
Lily-Liver Productions

Real accounts, real scars – Moderation by Rebekah King tells the story of ex-moderators who confront the hidden human cost of moderating social media. Winner of the CUADC and Cambridge Creatives Playwriting Awards 2022.

Mother Courage and Her Children
Theatre SanTuoQi

A powerful new adaptation of Bertold Brecht’s classic play, interpreted by one of China’s leading directors of physical theatre and Edinburgh Fringe veteran Zhao Miao. Chinese dialogue, with English surtitles.

The Museum Trip
Green Carnation Productions

The young intellectual Nico is uncontrollably addicted to museums. His carefree gay housemates decide to solve the problem by locking Nico in. He's angered. They're the real addicts (it's drugs for them), and he plans his revenge.

The Mystery of the Dyatlov Pass
Acting Coach Scotland

Ural Mountains, Soviet Union 1959: a group of young hikers perish under extremely mysterious circumstances. For over fifty years mystery has surrounded what happened to the nine hikers and one sole survivor of Dyatlov Pass. Who were they? What happened in their final moments? What will you choose when asked what really happened?

Nearly Lear
Susanna Hamnett

In this award-winning, one-woman tour-de-force, Susanna Hamnett plays King Lear's Fool – and every other character – to tell a story that is by turns poignant, mischievous, tragic, and hilarious. 'A virtuosic performer' (New York Times).

Nevernatal
Freya Magee

Everyone’s getting married and having babies and Catherine's got a thesis and a hangover. Can she stay friends with the girls when they're in completely different places? What about cities? RSVP to this heartwarming baby shower to find out.

A Night With Me, Myself and Bipolar Brenda
Natasha Rea

A captivating one-woman show, based on the critically acclaimed Amazon bestseller Me, Myself and Bipolar Brenda. Former Coronation Street actress and current Bipolar UK ambassador Natasha Rea smashes down barriers and raises awareness of bipolar, drawing on her own real-life story in this hilarious but heart-wrenching solo production.

Norma
Stitched Heart

Norma Jeane Mortenson (Marilyn Monroe) once said, 'it takes a smart brunette to play a dumb blonde'. This one-woman show aims to challenge the way Monroe has been portrayed by the media and celebrate her strength.

Notes to Future Self
Bath Spa Musical Theatre Society

When Sophie gets ill, they return to Birmingham. It’s a strange new world where meditation and tree-hugging are replaced with homework, TV and the grandmother they've never met. Sophie must come to terms with her mortality.

The Ocean And The Star
Almost Theatre

A writer urges a star to come down and help him complete his play. As they work, both their pasts unravel, and the writer finds his story may be much vaster than he ever imagined.

On the Evils Of Tobacco
No Frills Theatre Company

On The Evils Of Tobacco is a bittersweet monologue in which a scientific lecture is hijacked by thoughts of domestic and marital misery. A highly entertaining short play by master dramatist Anton Chekhov.

On the Rail
University of York Drama Society

Two couples, three of which are friends, one overnight trip on a train, a mass of secrets between them... What could possibly go wrong?

Once Upon A Crime – Gruesome Grimm Tales!
Twisted Tales

Presenting your favourite fairy tales – the obnoxious bullying of Ashputtel’s stepsisters, the vanity of a fashion-conscious Emperor and the bloodthirsty Big Bad Wolf, narrated with relish by our Murder of Crows!

Only Hitmen and Scammers Make Phone Calls
End of the World Theatre Company

Nate and Quinn await details of their next job, just a phone and each other for company, wiling away the time with darkly comedic arguments about rimming, ballcocks, and murder.

The Only Punk Rocker in the Village
Ballycartoon Players Dermott Petty

The Only Punk Rocker in the Village is set in 1978, as a teenager's discovery of punk rock turns his life upside down, causing shock and misunderstanding in his village.

Origins
Fiona Henderson School of Dance

Origins is a dance show especially created for the 2023 Festival Fringe and is performed by the award-winning Fiona Henderson School of Dance from the Scottish Borders.

OTMA
Talking Shadows

Imprisoned for a year. Removed from family. Far from friends. The Romanov sisters cling to hopes of escape. Just hours later, they are summarily executed; their bodies flung into lime pits; their remains and stories abandoned for 80 years.

Overlooked
The Batty Hatsters

Audrey and Jack, a wheelchair user and rough sleeper, are literally and metaphorically overlooked by society, but can they overcome their own preconceptions to forge a genuine friendship?

Paper Walls
Queen Mary Theatre Company

Max and Billie have been friends forever but is there more to their feelings? Jo and Sammy are engaged, but their bliss stands on shaky ground. Two couples, a paper-thin wall, and 20 minutes. The same 20 minutes.

Park Bench
Queen Mary Theatre Company

Imagine looking through the lens of a park bench. In the public domain anything can happen, so wouldn’t you like to know what people are talking about when they think no one is listening?

Pieces of Us
Jessica Munna

Life in the 21st century: isolated, polarised. The divide between us sometimes impassable. But how different are we, really? Explore the grief, love and hope of different American characters to appreciate what makes us all the same.

The Portable Dorothy Parker
Grove Goddess Productions in association with Fringe Management

Legendary wit Dorothy Parker reminisces about her life, loves, Hollywood, and the Algonquin Round Table, while selecting stories and poems for her famous 1944 eponymous collection for Viking Press. ‘Tightly written, keenly directed, subtly performed’ (TheFrontRowCenter.com).

Pressure Cooker
BPM

The kettle boils, the lights come up, and we find ourselves watching four sixth-year med students treating a patient. Will they uncover what's wrong with the patient, and will they discover the lies amongst themselves?

Pretending to Fly
Infinite Variety Productions

Summer 2020, NYC. Two roommates survive the pandemic – and each other – by getting lost in the true story of WWII pilot, Carla Horowitz. This play explores what is and isn't said in the history books.

Prick
Light the Match Productions and New Celts Productions

The Scottish witch hunts – sanctioned by the state, fuelled by the Church, fed by hysteria, and buried by history. The threat of the devil loomed and women bore the brunt of the terror. Evocative, poetic, satirical.

Pulling It All Into The Current
Revolution of Values Theatre Project

Explore the intersections of queerness, Blackness, and resilience. Letta Neely portrays a vibrant constellation of characters from teenagers to veterans, elders to addicts, queers to teachers, seamlessly weaving a rich tapestry of humanity.

Punk
Apropos of Nothing Productions

In three days, Emory will turn irreversibly into a machine. As he struggles to tell his impossible story, a stranger approaches Emory with an outrageous but intriguing proposition: to film his transformation and star in his own snuff film.

Purgatorio
Clownz With Apple

Purgatorio follows an ensemble of troubled spirits dancing to salvation in Club Purgatorio, a surrealist techno dreamscape. Inspired by Dante Alighieri’s Divina Commedia, this devised physical theatre piece explores desire, dependency and divinity through ecstatic movement.

The Quality of Mercy: Concerning the Life and Crimes of Dr Harold Frederick Shipman
Nailed Productions

Multiple award-nominated drama examining the legacy of Britain's most prolific serial killer. Written and performed by the grandson of one of Shipman’s victims.

Queer Street
Otterly Fabulous Productions

Is love ever requited? Do queer people ever get happy endings? Just how fabulous are otters really? Answers abound in this heartwarming romcom. So come in; meet entitled authors, battle eccentric cishets, and maybe even fall in love…

The Quest to Save Neverland: Peter Pan and the Lost Souls Epic Tale
AHSTF by WorldStrides presents Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School

The Quest to Save Neverland: Peter Pan and the Lost Souls Epic Tale. Neverland is losing the magic necessary to survive and children's belief is fading.

The Rejects
Shark Bait Theatre and New Celts Productions

Five strangers drown their sorrows after being interviewed for the same dead-end job. As the night progresses, the beers flow, a pub quiz commences and harsh truths are revealed.

Release
Sally Cowdin and Unnur Elisabet

Two women. Two toilet stalls. One (slightly off) conversation. A satirical comedy mixed with a splattering of musical tendencies. Accepting the pretty and the shitty, two women end up spilling their innards in more ways than one.

Right Here, Right Now
Dessert Theatre Studio

Here's a mini crew, a lovely show with just three actors, on stage for one hour to play an ordinary day. If you have leisure time, welcome! It's our pleasure.

Rise
Diana Varco

What happens when truth, rage and purpose converge upon a metaphorical moon? A displaced narrator must face her past and find out. Told through 20 characters, Rise explores artistic risks, the power of denial and transforming heartbreak into hope.

Rites of Passage
FlightMode Productions

Two men from very different backgrounds find their connection in a search for identity and acceptance.

Rockbeth
More The Merrier

'The Queen, my lord, is dead…' but the band is live! The Scottish play twisted with a fistful of rock‘n’roll. This foot-tapping, arm-waving, spine-tingling thriller of a show has Shakespeare rockin’ in his grave!

Runaway
Beyond Borders / Zuzana Spacirova

Beyond Borders presents their debut play Runaway, a semi-biographical story wrapped in a generous coat of unapologetic humour, exploring themes of home, belonging and finding your identity as a foreigner in a big city. It's a play about endless searching for the place that feels right. That feels like home. It's about racing towards the future and running away from the past, until you cannot run anymore and all you are left with is the present. A train station. And a train to Brixton.

Save the Princess
The UnDisposables

Princess Plum is about to get kidnapped... again! Suddenly the game glitches and this damsel-in-distress becomes an unexpected playable character. You hold the controller, but will you save her? That really depends on how you play it.

The School for Scandal
YAT

Gossip is rife in 18th-century London's fashionable society. Two brothers are tested by their uncle to prove who is most virtuous, whilst battling vicious rumours and salacious scandal. Who’ll be rewarded with happiness and love?

Secret Storytellers
Shadow Road Productions

In a not-too-distant future, society has collapsed and the Ravens rule. Though storytelling is now strictly prohibited, the rebellious Magpies still dare to tell the Old World's tales of hope to anyone who will listen. Will you? www.secretstorytellers.co.uk

Self Actually
/G/eenious Productions

Original and Clone, but who is who? Anthony Hill must risk a chance of life or forever perish, determined by a red button and himself!

Sense
DanceSyndrome

In a Big Brother world where it’s easy to feel as though we are constantly being watched, are we ever truly seen? DanceSyndrome’s inclusive dance company explores humanity’s need to be seen, felt and heard.

Sex Diaries of an Ex-Catholic
Institute of Uterine Defense

A zany new play about a woman abandoning her chastity pledge and dealing with the realities of sexual healthcare in the United States.

She Kills Monsters
AHSTF by WorldStrides presents PDS Theater

Reality blurs when Agnes finds her late sister's Dungeons & Dragons notebook. She embarks on a high-octane quest, coming face-to-face with homicidal fairies, raunchy ogres and blood-thirsty cheerleaders, discovering a side of her sister she never knew...

Sherlock Holmes The Last Act
Fringe Management


  1. Watson’s funeral. Sherlock Holmes returns to Baker Street and is compelled to tell his absent friend all that he should have told him when he was alive, including a shocking secret.

Sherlock Holmes: The Speckled Band
Blue Orange Arts

'Oh my God. It was the band. The speckled band!' A dying woman’s mysterious last words lead Sherlock Holmes to investigate a seeming locked-room mystery where he must solve one of his darkest cases yet.

Shimmer
No Frills Theatre

Max Campbell (The Crown, Netflix) stars in this award-winning play. A solo performance piece with the actor portraying multiple characters. It dramatises life on a harsh juvenile detention farm in the Midwest of the USA.

The Signalman
Unexpected Places

'For God’s sake, clear the way!' Based on Dickens’ ominous story, The Signalman is haunted by a chilling apparition whose presence precedes catastrophe. For fans of Woman in Black this thrilling theatre experience will leave you with chills.

Sit or Kneel
Sit or Kneel Productions

'Being a vicar is no longer my sexy pick up line. It's me.' Follow Margot’s grapple with the trials and tribulations of parish life, sex (or lack) and loneliness in this hilarious one-woman coming of age romp.

Skies in the Cloud
Fridge Magnet Theatre

Suspecting life in the clouds, Zee becomes infatuated with the idea. When she meets Wren, an inhabitant of a world in the clouds, her intuition becomes reality. We track their relationship, exploring love, loss and life.

Something Educational
Act Two Scene One Productions

What happens when five best friends at boarding school are stuck together, possibly in trouble, with an inability to communicate and a plethora of time on their hands under the watchful eye of a prefect? Something Educational happens...

Soulmate
Sally Britton / Lucy Assassa / Lyudmill Hristov

In a world set in the seemingly present day, where Transference is the new way of cheating death, Nathan and Ruby return from their nightmare honeymoon. Are our relationships with others and ourselves deeper than just surface level?

The Stall
Jack Twelvetree

A story of love, loss and letting go, this heartbreakingly raw and beautifully acted original play, written and performed by award-winning actor Jack Twelvetree, reminds us to cherish the time we have with the people we love.

The Standard Short Long Drop
Ticking Clock Theatre

York 1885, a man sentenced to death is given a chance to live by becoming the hangman for his cellmate. Unravelling his mysterious past, we explore themes of class, the cost of living and survival.

Stanislaus and James
Neil O'Shea

Trieste, 1953. James Joyce and his younger brother Stanislaus grew up close together in Dublin. Now, in his late sixties, Stanislaus reminisces about their ambivalent relationship and the influence he had on his late brother’s writings.

The Steamie
Stage Avenue

Join Stage Avenue by taking a donner doon The Steamie with your pals and enjoying this sad, nostalgic, but very, very funny Scottish classic comedy-drama stage play, written by Tony Roper.

Strays
Broken Bottle and New Celts Productions

A year into the zombie apocalypse and Logan and his fellow survivors are doing fine. Really. But when supplies go missing, suspicions grow and allegiances crumble. Broken Bottle make their Fringe debut in this new dark comedy.

Stuck In The Mud
Aireborne Theatre

What a scandal! Noah and Maya go to couples therapy where they discover they’ve both been cheating on each other with their therapist. They’re stuck thinking about love, trust, honesty, and a big bag of rice.

Surely Goodness
ICTF presents HPU School of Music and Fine Arts

Surely Goodness is a delightful play with music telling the story of a very special dog named Goodness. With live musical instruments, puppetry, and a deeply human story of love and loss, this play is a treat.

Survivors
No Frills Theatre Company

This play chronicles two stories of two individuals trapped in a nightmare of domestic violence. A woman seeks to escape a coercive husband and a young man comes to terms with a childhood blighted by physical abuse.

Tandava
Simon Thacker and Piah Dance Company

Primal rhythmic energy and the impossible union of opposites: Tandava sees the coalescence of Scottish guitarist Simon Thacker’s startlingly passionate sound-worlds with the infinitely expressive physicality of three gifted dancers from India’s Piah Dance Company. MadeInScotlandShowcase.com

Tartuffe, the Imposter: A Feminist Reimagining
Green Sun Productions

Inspired by Molière’s 17th-century satire, Tartuffe has been re-imagined with a feminist twist! Green Sun Productions brings you an exploration of how Molière’s world of hypocrisy, patriarchy and sexism may not be so distant...

That is the Question
Annie Lightbody

Through a series of carefully curated monologues interspersed with real-life stories, Annie explores the traumatic events of 2020, taking us on an apocalyptic journey through time and transition, with the always-relevant Shakespeare as spirit-guide.

There’s a Leak!
Freemen’s Theatre (City of London Freemen’s School)

There's a leak in the road and it's getting worse and worse. Surely someone will fix it? Won't they?! Freemen's Theatre Company present Ben Hales' darkly absurd, fast-paced comedy. A perfect Fringe show for all the family!

They May Have Even Eaten Ham!
Naomi Paul

It’s Naomi Paul’s (mostly) Jewish show! From the Baltic to Birmingham, from shamash to shellfish, from Hendon and beyond. What’s not to like?

The Thin Place
Fixed House Theatre CIC

Raw, messy, and honest, a show about what could happen if we were brave enough to grieve in the open and without the expectation of healing. Join us for a night of family, movement, and tears.

Things To Do in Mull
Agree to Disagree and New Celts Productions

Janusz, is going on a digital detox. But first... he meets a girl. With tips from Jasper the dog and Dima the cat, he sets forth. But with or without the girl?

This is a Chair
Cup and Dagger Productions

The world is in an even more precarious place than it was when this play was originally written. Caryl Churchill's 1999 masterpiece is brought up to date in a new staging for 2023.

this is a scam.
Solvei Sundbø and Anne Klein

Fake it 'til you make it. Lean In. How far can you stretch the truth in the name of self-optimisation? When does charisma, boldness, and self-promotion become fraud? This play aims to find out.

Three Sisters and Them
A Drunken Sailor

Three Sisters and Them takes Chekhov's play into the fractured world of today. Masha and Irina, now living in England, find Olga crashing back into their lives, challenging the gender of Masha's child.

Tom Brown's Schooldays
Talking Shadows

This classic tale tells how Tom Brown is forced to navigate the network of privilege, corruption and untouchability at the heart of English society alongside the matches, tuck-shop visits and indelible friendships of school life.

Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me but Banjos Saved My Life
Quivering Dendrites

This highly awarded inspirational true story returns to Edinburgh after a highly successful 2022 visit. Added content for 2023! Playin’ banjos, tellin’ jokes, healin’ hearts. (BroadwayBaby.com).

Top of the World
Fabien O’Farrell

Twenty-something Audrey is struggling with her latest phobia… the local supermarket. From the safety of her flat, she explores the trappings of fear, cheap wine and the importance of a home-cooked meal. A comedic heart warmer.

Towering Issues
Clare Stephenson

A reconstructed fairy tale about a castle worker who is mistaken for the princess and locked away in a cursed tower guarded by a dragon. What does a girl do when there is no one coming for her?

The Tragedy That Befalls the Dastardly Crew of the Kakapo
The Dead Parrot Collective

A tongue-in-cheek farce and laugh-a-minute comedy dissecting the well-trodden tropes of pirate fiction. Goofy characters who face real consequences for their actions on their latest light-hearted adventure.

Train Lord
Oliver Mol

Award-winning author Oliver Mol's debut is a true, funny and heartbreaking tale about a 10-month migraine, his recovery in Brisbane and job on the railway when there were no other options. Sold-out season Sydney Fringe 2020.

A Trilogy: bag--
Flying Solo! Presents

Bag – Mr Dennis seeks the mysteries of life in a madcap romp through India with a to-do list and a backpack full of guilt as he juggles ashes, epiphanies and the Taj Mahal.

A Trilogy: blood (line)
Flying Solo! Presents

Mr Dennis is convinced hard work and god-fearing obedience equals normalcy: a good job, a white picket fenced home, and 2.3 children. blood (line) is a musical voyage intent on capsizing this fabled pleasure cruise.

A Trilogy: box.
Flying Solo! Presents

Mr Dennis wants to know: why is our identity bound up in things? Are we throwing away our loved ones with their possessions? You’ll be captivated by tales of drowning in cardboard, knickknacks and martini glasses.

Twelfth Night
Bede's School

What if we see Viola not as a woman cross-dressing as a man but as a person exploring a different expression of gendered identity? This comical performance asks: how do we adapt to fit into society?

Twenty People A Minute
Arthur & Redpath Productions and New Celts Productions

Twenty People A Minute follows four refugees of tomorrow on a perilous journey across the earth. Over one hour we meet their dangers and the everyday angels who keep them alive.

Two Gun Cohen – The Improbable True Story
WP Drama

How did a Jewish immigrant in London become a General in the Chinese army? The amazing true story of a wild child, thief, gambler, soldier and adventurer. You couldn't make it up.

Uisge
Ichigo Theatre Company

Lured into metaphorical deep water by a mixture of intrigue and desire, a bewildered Emory Holdridge grapples with life on the remote but stunningly beautiful West Coast of Scotland. A funny and heart-warming tale set in the natural world.

Unstitching
Ruby Shrimpton

A hilarious and poignant comedy about a girl obsessed with The Eurovision Song Contest. 'An incredibly enjoyable one-woman play about art, the universe, self-expression, and Eurovision!' ★★★★ (Everything-Theatre.co.uk). 'A dynamic and very entertaining piece, immaculately performed' (TheReviewsHub.com).

Until Death
Nalini Sharma Presents

Nalini Sharma's Until Death is an absurdist solo clown show and self-portrait touching on death, existence and relationships.

Unveiled
Dreamwork Theatre Inc

'Would you rather be lost or fallen?' In this erotic, fury-infused, modern-day revisioning of the legend of Salomé, Ana Mozol powerfully interweaves dreams with personal tales of love, loss, and truth in her award-winning show. Director: David MacMurray Smith

Vanya Is Alive
Cie OESAP, France

A mother of a Russian soldier captured in Ukraine struggles to comb through state propaganda and lies. A look at Russian people grappling with the reality of war and repressions, presented by artists in exile due to their anti-war position.

Vino Veritas
Exeter University Theatre Company

Two couples get together on Halloween night, their evening turns eventful when they drink a strange blue Peruvian wine. Traditions, morals, and their relationship to one another begin to unravel. A dark comedy about the perils of honesty.

Violets and Vinegar
Carver Theatre

A neglected housewife, a determined party girl and a clueless teacher shamelessly expose their sexual exploits. This character comedy is sure to make you laugh out loud. Think Alan Bennett meets Fleabag.

Vita and Virginia (Abridged)
NKP Theatre Company

'Absolutely stunning, stylish, eccentric, confident and honest' (NODA.co.uk). Virginia Woolf meets Vita Sackville-West in 1920s London. Vita and Virginia, by Eileen Atkins, brings to life their friendship, wit and passion using real correspondence.

We Are, in Fact, the Problem
Sheffield University Theatre Company (SUTCo)

Four ex-high school friends meet for dinner. As the evening progresses, more disagreements appear as prejudices and old grudges start to arise.

Wendy, My Darling
April Wish

Following her return from Neverland, Wendy Darling, now grown-up, moves to Hollywood to become a writer. This modern take on the classic story of Peter Pan features a captivating score and non-stop multimedia with celebrity video appearances by Jon Cryer (Pretty in Pink, Two and a Half Men) and Busy Philipps (Freaks and Geeks). Wendy, a charming, potty-mouthed mother to a tweenager, finds herself stuck in a 'creative death spiral'. Topical, heartfelt and hilarious, Wendy is '...a voice for all women who found out hard truths about the real world as they grew up' (Orlando Sentinel).

What Goes on Without Me
Nottingham New Theatre

Jude wakes up in the afterlife. They are greeted by an omniscient figure offering a cup of tea and an impossible question: you are allowed 10 minutes back on earth – where will you go?

What If They Ate The Baby?
Chloe and Natasha

There are three rules every housewife knows: never return a dish empty, always have dinner ready on time, and some things are best kept under the table. After all, you never know who’s listening.

When Kurt Met Thora
Plush Tiger Productions

‘Jesus wants me for a sunbeam.’ BBC Studios, November 1991. Thora Hird (Hallelujah) encounters Kurt Cobain ahead of Nirvana’s infamous appearance on TOTP. Unexpected similarities are revealed, as well as their disparate relationships with religion.

Where is Love
Bloomin' Buds Theatre Company / Jennifer Johnson

A proper Bradford lass born 1959, Shelly is a firecracker. Follow this true account of one woman's fight against domestic abuse. A gritty story about sisterhood, family secrets and broken hearts that somehow leaves you laughing.

Why Am I Like This?
High Heels and Heavy Suitcases Productions

Follow Nicole on her 30-year journey as she discovers the four letter diagnosis that answers the biggest question in her life: Why Am I Like This? Spoiler – she has ADHD.

Why I Stuck a Flare Up My Arse for England
RoxyDog – Alex Hill

Billy's a die-hard football fan. When he sticks a flare between his bum cheeks for the world to see, he begins to question his own love of the beautiful game.

William Golding's Lord of the Flies – Adapted for the Stage by Nigel Williams
AHSTF by WorldStrides presents St Francis High School Theatre

This is the classic tale about a group of English boys who find themselves without adult supervision when their plane crashes in a deserted island.

The Wizard of Oz
Star Power Performing Arts Limited

Star Power Performing Arts presents The Wizard of Oz! An unforgettable, magical trip along the Yellow Brick Road with your favourite characters in a play version of this classic tale, performed by a cast of children.

The Wonderful Everyday
Student Theatre at Glasgow

Welcome to everyone’s favourite flat-pack megacorporation’s new reality TV show! With cameras rolling and their relationship on the line, do Sam and Jay have what it takes to sell the most sofas and win the ultimate prize?

A Working Title
Collision Theatre

A creeping deadline, creative block, family tension. A wacky, multimedia piece that explores what can be made into film.

The Wreck of the Queen Thomasina
A Footpath Theatre Company

The tragicomic tale of two rhyming pirates scuttled on a desert island – sans captain, sans crew, lots of sand. Featuring human/treasure chest eroticism, spoon and flask fisticuffs, and palliative pirate drag.

A Year and a Day
Raising Cain Productions

A curse causes Nathan to skip into the future whenever he falls asleep. Leaving behind a botched heist, his partner and an upset criminal gang, Nathan’s absence causes chaos for the ones left behind.

Yellow Corners
Pigeon Cat Theatre

You’re 13 and working on your coolness. Maybe you should call Mum a bitch, or try to get kidnapped. Yellow Corners is a one-woman show but not because she doesn’t have any friends (they’re just really busy).

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