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Ensemble Thing: Independence

Scottish-Italian composer John De Simone brought his new work, ‘Independence’ to this years Fringe. Through the lens of Scottish Independence it tackles themes of identity, heritage, community and belonging. Written…

Declan Zapala brings musical joy to the Fringe with ‘Guitar Multiverse’

“I don’t come with a goal,” says Declan Zapala. “I know the world can be beautiful; there’s always joy to be found in specific places and in particular ways.” Joy…

Iain Stirling: Touchy Feely

Stand-up, Pleasance Courtyard, Venue 33, 19.40 until 29th August Iain Stirling’s offering at this year’s Fringe is fairly innocent, fairly middle-of-the-road, and fairly able to raise some laughs without bringing…

S.E.N

Theatre, Bedlam Theatre, Venue 49, 21:30 until the 30th August. Set in an ‘intervention room’ at a school, two teenage girls are brought in for the reason of being ‘cause…

Down and Out in Paris and London

Satire, Pleasance Courtyard, Venue 33, 18:30 until the 31st August. Down and Out in Paris and London brings George Orwell’s seminal novel up to date while retaining half of his…

Be Better

Theatre, Bedlam Theatre, Venue 49, 13:30 until the 30th August. Be Better by Urban Foxes Collective is a physical manifestation of a quarter-life crisis, complete with menstrual blood, glitter and…

The Kitchen Sink

Theatre, theSpace @ Surgeons Hall, Venue 53, 15:35 until the 29th August. The Kitchen Sink, performed by Exeter University Theatre Company, is a far more sentimental play than you might…

Theatre Uncut : In Opposition

Theatre / Political, Roundabout Theatre, Summerhall, Venue 26a, 10:00 until the 30th August Theatre Uncut: In Opposition presents a selection of six shorts from the theatre company of the same…