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Pleasance

Mark Down, director of puppet theatre company Blind Summit, welcomes the audience to what he assures them will be a masterclass, not in puppetry,...

The fourth show by horror-comedy maestros Kill the Beast is majestically daft and incredibly funny. It’s the 1970s and movie director Wallis Byrne Mattravers (Ollie...

From humble beginnings, the Pleasance has risen to become one of the biggest venues at the world’s biggest arts event – the Edinburgh Fringe....

This isn’t a Jon Bon Jovi jukebox musical. Well it is and it isn’t. It’s definitely a very clever deconstruction and fond parody of...

Bursting with energy and bold theatrical strokes, David William Bryan tells the true story of his great uncle Arthur – known as Joe –...

While Nick Mohammed’s third outing as manic-but-endearing northern magician Mr Swallow lacks the impressive escapology set pieces of its predecessor, it in many ways...

Simon Evans’ and David Aula’s meta-magic show has been knocking around for a couple of years now. There’s even a sequel, The Extinction Event,...

Inspired by the story of William Freeman, the first defendant to plead insanity in a US court, Camilla Whitehill and Strictly Arts’ new play...

I have no idea what goes on in The Extinction Event. Not a clue. Simon Evans and David Aula – theatre directors in their...
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