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Pleasance Theatre

There has been no shortage of gig theatre up in Edinburgh this year. There’s been gig romcoms, gig documentaries, gig dramas, and here’s another...

For a moment, it seems like Stuart Laws’ The Journey might be the worst thing ever – a lame, loosely structured romcom set in...

For every gram of cocaine snorted on the UK's streets, criminals profit, communities suffer, ecosystems are destroyed, and people die. That’s the driving message...

Nathan Ellis’ play for theatre company This Noise is obsessed with images, both in its form and its content. A man and a woman narrate...

Shows don't come much sweeter than this. The Backpack Ensemble – an emerging company hailing from the University of Lincoln – heaves its debut...

Theatre Temoin has been an Edinburgh Fringe fixture for a while now, and it’s a company unafraid of tackling big issues – homelessness, post-traumatic...

Get “Lockie” back on track! Welcome to the fictional Lockhaven Port, based on a typical corner of small-town Scotland largely forgotten by the powers...

Poltergeist Theatre – remember the name, because these guys are going places. The Oxford-based collective, one of the New Diorama’s Graduate Emerging Companies, already...

Eddie Elks and Dan Frost’s new play has fun with the tropes of the one-man storytelling show. Dan Frost plays Daniel Drench, a Cornish storyteller,...
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