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Gilded Balloon

You don’t get much Shakespeare at the fringe – something about five-act tragedies not quite fitting into the average hour-long slot – but when...

For Ed Coleman and James Mitchell's new play, which originally saw the light at this year’s Vaults Festival, the author questions how much we...

Prisons these days are just like holiday camps, argues Gary Keegan in this piece of documentary theatre from Irish company Brokentalkers. Comedian and former...

This is Rebecca Perry's third visit to the fringe and may be better known to some as the Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl. This year, Canada-based...

Louise is mad. Mad at fellow actors who rub her up the wrong way, mad at her flatmate who is really needy, but mostly...

This new play by Rory Thomas-Howes confronts the spectre of internalised homophobia in gay men. Ally and Zach have been together for five years,...

Charlie is trying to change his ways. He is fed up of his endless string of meaningless sexual encounters and has instead decided to...

Having been jilted by her fiancé Emily Halloran has retreated to her hotel honeymoon suite. She hasn’t left her room in five months, hasn’t...

For those not in the loop, the Dream Phone was a board game in which girls got to chat to the guy of their...
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