Theatre

Theatre at the <a href="/events/edinburghfringe">Edinburgh Fringe</a> and <a href="/events/eif">Edinburgh International Festival</a>.

On the eve of his 21st birthday Delmore asks “I don’t know how we got here, Ma. How’d this happen? To which…
Celebrated puppet company Smoking Apples returns to this year’s Fringe with a story based on the success of a…
‘Every light casts a shadow; every fire ends in dust’. So reads the programme note to Anything That Gives Off…
The play opens with Alex, a tutor in creative writing, giving his last lecture of the term. He tells one of…
Beryl runs a discrete little cross-dressing service but is about to find out what it is like to walk in…
Young Rehana stands in the moonlit pistachio grove, surrounded by the snarls and yelps of predators. When…
St Jude, the patron saint of lost causes, gives his name to the grubby fictional Tube station that’s the well…
In the 1980s, the TV sitcom Hi-de-Hi, set in a 1960s holiday camp run by yellow coats with all its behind…
The award winning BBC Radio 4 series may have gone to bed in the 80s but it has risen thirty years on as…
This retelling of a classic fairy tale is not what it seems.
Dubbed as Shakespeare meets American serial drama Empire, TWIST theatre company transport 1600s Kings and…
Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. is a searing, raging account of the positioning of women in the world and the…
The air is filled with the drone of heavy aircraft engines, punctuated by radio comms chatter as bomber…
A stripped back Measure For Measure from Cheek by Jowl and Moscow’s Pushkin Theatre bares the soul of…
Originally performed at the 1977 Edinburgh Fringe, John Godber’s Bouncers is a script that, much like its…
In the beginning there was nothing, which exploded and the heart of the universe started to beat.
On a new bridge before dawn, when mist is still swirling across the river, a young man (Duncan Riches) stands…
‘And so to the Jury’s Inn hostelry, there to see an lively group of actors perform some drolls…’
Lee Hall is best known for Billy Elliot, but in 1997 his play Spoonface Steinberg was broadcast by the BBC to…
Friends, we are gathered today to bid farewell to our Friend, Mr Matthew Chambers.