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Drunk Women Solving Crime
On from 24 Feb 2019 to 25 Apr 2019
Pleasance Theatre
by Pleasance Theatre

Tickets: £10

Join writer/comedian hosts Hannah George, Catie Wilkins and Taylor Glenn as they welcome top guests from comedians to crime writers to test out their drunk detective skills.

The After School Club Cabaret
On from 26 Apr 2019 to 26 Apr 2019
Chapel Playhouse
by The Cheek Of It! School of Burlesque

Tickets: £10 - £12

Featuring Cheekette graduates and friends both past and present, The After School Club brings you exciting, original, hilarious and stunning burlesque, cabaret and performance art.

Frisky and their Freaky Friends
On from 26 Apr 2019 to 26 Apr 2019
The Albany
by Frisky

Tickets: £0.00 - Pay What You Decide

Unleash your FREAKY side.

Join FRISKY to celebrate the outrageous, playful and experimental.

On from 24 Apr 2019 to 27 Apr 2019
Brookside Theatre
by Stephen Sondheim / John Weidman

Tickets: £15 - £18

Sondheim’s signature blend of intelligently stunning lyrics and beautiful music combine to create a disturbingly dark musical comedy not to be missed.

On from 09 Apr 2019 to 27 Apr 2019
Barons Court Theatre
by Mikhail Bulgakov

Tickets: £12 - £14

A major production from Douglas Baker who has brought Barons Court audiences some of our finest entertainment in the past – and some superb reviews from the critics. In our opinion, Mikhail Bulgakov's 'The Fatal Eggs' is destined to attract the same praise. If you were fortunate enough to catch Douglas' production of Dante's "Divine Comedy" here last year, you will be booking tickets already!

The Wasp
On from 23 Apr 2019 to 27 Apr 2019
The Space
by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm

Tickets: £10 - £12 - Half price tickets are available to Stargazer members

After not speaking for 20 years, Heather and Carla meet at a café. These old school friends share life stories and reminisce about their not-so-perfect past. Then Heather reveals she has a proposition for 6-month pregnant Carla: the opportunity to start again with £30,000. There’s just one condition…

The Weak Ones
On from 23 Apr 2019 to 27 Apr 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by August Strindberg

Tickets: £10

Misenscene Production Presents The Weak Ones. Join us on the journey of a daughter's and mother's love, lost friendship, betrayal and a father's nightmare.

Goodnight Mr. Spindrift
On from 24 Apr 2019 to 27 Apr 2019
Old Red Lion Theatre
by Nancy Netherwood

Tickets: £8 - £12


In a desolate block of government-owned accommodation, Archie and Isaac are waiting to be 'certified' in a radical government scheme which requires a series of unsettling tests to determine just how strong Archie and Isaac's relationship is. If successful, they unlock a better standard of living; if not, they can never see each other again.

Overseen by examiners Iris and Valentine, it is not long before they start to doubt everything about their time together and as they begin to realise some uncomfortable truths about themselves, they will not only have to face each other but the mysterious figure of Mr Spindrift who presides over all.

Will their love prevail and if so, what will be left of it?

On from 25 Apr 2019 to 27 Apr 2019
Draper Hall
by Michele Sinisi/William Shakespeare

Tickets: £10 / (£8 concessions)

UK debut for his visceral, uncompromising and de-constructed version of Shakespeare's RICHARD III, by and with renowned Italian actor MICHELE SINISI, a European runaway success.

On from 28 Apr 2019 to 28 Apr 2019
Jacksons Lane
by Hoopla Clique & Cluster Arts

Tickets: £12.95

Two brothers, playing around in their messy bedroom, hear Mum approaching. The excitable rascals will have to hustle to get their chores done so they can have some fun…

The Polar Bears Go, Go, Go!
On from 26 Mar 2019 to 28 Apr 2019
Unicorn Theatre
by Eilidh MacAskill & Fiona Manson

Tickets: £8 - £20 - Family & Friends Offer available. Under 18s £8 - £14. Adults £10 - £20. Preview prices 26 Mar - 2 Apr: All tickets £10.

Join two very loveable but slightly hapless Polar Bears on their holiday adventures in this smart, sharply observed and funny show.

The Castle
On from 27 Apr 2019 to 28 Apr 2019
Chapel Playhouse
by Franz Kafka. Adapted by Trevor White

Tickets: £8 / (£6 concessions)

Far from home in a foreign Land, K struggles single-mindedly to unlock the secrets of the Castle.

Getting Over Everest
On from 28 Apr 2019 to 29 Apr 2019
The Hope Theatre
by Natasha Santos

Tickets: £12 - £15

GETTING OVER EVEREST is an original comedy, following Libby’s journey into singledom after she is unexpectedly dumped by her boyfriend of 10 years. A unique female-led production combining monologue storytelling, ensemble, character comedy and the ultimate breakup playlist.

On from 30 Apr 2019 to 30 Apr 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Michael Black. Directed by Matt Strachan

Tickets: £12 / (£10 concessions)

A gritty, fast paced, character driven dark comedy, examining the extremes people are willing to go to when desperate.

Women Who Gave No F**ks
On from 30 Apr 2019 to 30 Apr 2019
Canada Water Culture Space
by Story Jam

Tickets: £10.00 - £14.00 - Show time 7:30pm

6 storytellers, 6 myths, 1 winner, 0 f**ks.
A mad night of mythology where six storytellers have 15 minutes to pit their myth against one another

A Mild Inconvenience
On from 29 Apr 2019 to 30 Apr 2019
Hen and Chickens
by Felicity McKay & Court Huston

Tickets: £12 - Mon & Tues 7.30pm

At first glance, a queer sex worker, a university-educated woman, and a non-binary ex-military person don’t seem to have much in common. A Mild Inconvenience is a play about these three individuals coming together in the face of a culture that doesn’t know quite what to do with them. As they take on old friends, PTSD, and new romance we watch them reclaim their power and shape each other’s lives forever.

Trigger Warning:A Mild Inconvenience is a play that contains semi-graphic descriptions of sexual assault. This is a play about healing so these descriptions are not intended to be gratuitous, however some audience members may find them uncomfortable.

The cast is: Veronica Alexander, Kendall Turner, Emily Clark, Liam Hughes

Playwrights: Felicity McKay & Court Huston

Music: Stephanie Tsindos

Producer: Harriet Chomley

Glenn Moore: Work in Progress
On from 03 May 2019 to 03 May 2019
Pleasance Theatre
by Pleasance

Tickets: £5 - Work in Progress Offer: 3 shows in the season for £12.00

Edinburgh Comedy Award 2018 nominee Glenn Moore from ‘Mock the Week’, Absolute Radio and ‘Stand Up Central’, presents a new work-in-progress show full of the distinctive jokes and offbeat gags we’ve come to accept.

Adam Hess Work in Progress
On from 03 May 2019 to 03 May 2019
Pleasance Theatre
by Pleasance

Tickets: £5 - 5

Adam Hess is back at the Pleasance to try out some new jokes.

Summer Shivers 2019: Shadows
On from 03 May 2019 to 03 May 2019
Chapel Playhouse
by Sam Enthoven

Tickets: £10 / (£8 concessions)

An evening of spine-chilling tales and unnerving live sound. Directed by Sam Enthoven.

Grand Hotel
On from 29 Apr 2019 to 03 May 2019
Bridewell Theatre
by Luther Davis, Robert Wright and George Forrest

Tickets: £17

Come, spend a night or two in the world’s most opulent, extravagant hotel.

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