Grippingly directed by Valentina Ceschi, it effectively shifts tone and perspective and, by the end, leaves us questioning how much we really want to know about the authors we love.
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It’s not important to like Morrissey, anyone who has been disaffected or angst ridden will associate with the story teller.
Prom Kween is the comedy musical based on the true story of Matthew Crisson, the first ever non binary kid to win the US high school title of Prom Queen and the bitches who tried to stand in the way. Part parody, part homage to the American High School genre Prom Kween has an original […]
Delorean, a new play by Jon Ivay tells the incredible true story of the man behind the iconic car from the Back To The Future films will play at the Assembly Ballroom as part of this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. DeLorean tells the back story of the car made famous by the films, when one man’s […]
Producers have announced the new cast for the West End transfer of acclaimed musical The Toxic Avenger. The acclaimed musical which played a sell-out season at the Southwark Playhouse will get its Scottish premiere with a run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe before transferring to the Arts Theatre in London for a limited ten week […]
Tumble Tuck, written by Sarah Milton presented by BackHere! Theatre, tells the story of a young woman struggling to accept herself and realise her strength.
Trashed is a grimy, booze-fuelled sucker punch of a play, bound to make you laugh until you cry.
This August, The Tales of Peter Rabbit and Jemima Puddle-Duck, will be enthralling children at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe