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Edinburgh Fringe Festival – Programme Announced

3 July 2018

 

 

 

 

LILY BEVAN’S new play ZOO is a tale of animal instinct, fight or flight and a woman trying to trap 47 flamingos in a urinal

SCARLETT BROOKES stars in MEEK, a richly dark play set in a society where private lives become political and freedom of expression is not an option.

Written and Performed by JESSICA BUTCHER – SPARKS is a two-hander musical about the brain’s response to grief

KAREN COGAN’S Verity-Bargate shortlisted play DRIP FEED receives its world premiere in Edinburgh

EVE DELANEY is serving up an hour of character comedy in BIG SHOP

In his first Fringe show in 25 years, JACK DOCHERTY is back with JACK DOCHERTY: MIEKLSON AND MCGLASHAN – SERIOUS MEN

ROSIE FLEESHMAN writes and stars in NARCISSIST IN THE MIRROR

NICK FLETCHER stars in a radical psychological thriller, LA MALADIE DE LA MORT.

MICHAEL GILBERT stars in a searing exploration of a modern marriage FREE AND PROUD

COLIN HOULT returns as Anna Mann for five nights only in ANNA MANN”S LATE NIGHT CHEESE AND SEX PARTY 

DAVID IRELAND’S confrontational and brutally funny new play ULSTER AMERICAN Stars DARRELL D’SILVA

LUKE KEMPNER and his plethora of personalities are on display in LUKE KEMPNER: HOUSE OF FACES

ALLEGRA MARLAND stars in DI & VIV & ROSE (IN AN HOUR) 

FRANKIE MEREDITH’S play FINDING PETER shows us a new side to the Peter Pan story.

In POWER PLAY: NEXT TIME, writer JESS MOORE follows one woman as she plans to leave her abusive relationship.

ERICA MURRAY’S new comedy THE CAT”S MOTHER will make you laugh, cry and then laugh again.

TOM NEENAN combines projection, storytelling and character comedy in TOM NEENAN: IT”S ALWAYS INFINITY

DONNACADH O’BRIAIN directs ELECTROLYTE – an explosive piece of gig-theatre.

MATT PEOVER directs four shows that are sure to make you chuckle: BETH VYSE AS OLIVE HANDS: THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE, I SPY WITH MY LITTLE EYE SOMETHING BEGINNING WITH WHY HAVE YOU BEEN SLEEPING WITH MY WIFE, MR SWALLOW AND THE VANISHING ELEPHANTS, JAYDE ADAMS: THE DIVINE MS JAYDE

HENRY PETTIGREW stars in MIDSUMMER, a streetwise romcom that turns a midlife crisis into a dance of freedom.

There are laughs to be had with TOM ROSENTHAL as he showcases his latest WORK IN PROGRESS.

DANUSIA SAMAL takes you on a journey through the tunnels of London Underground BUSKING IT – a fun, moving and vibrant piece of gig-theatre.

Co-created by JULIAN SPOONER, MISTERO BUFFO is darkly comic, sometimes tragic and always subversive.

TOK STEPHEN stars in new play REVENANTS

KAIYA STONE writes and takes to the stage in EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE KO reflecting on her life from childhood to adulthood, coping with dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD.

In DANIELLE WARD’S new play THE HALF, a double act reunite for the first time in over a decade.

KAT WOODS’ new play KILLYMUCK follows Niamh as she navigates life through the parameters of growing up, with the trials and tribulations of being a kid from the benefit class system.

ELLIOT WARREN will be taking his multi-award winning, gleeful and vulgar hit FLESH AND BONE back to the fringe after a sell-out month at Soho Theatre