The improv scene in Scotland has expanded exponentially, with Edinburgh being the center of the growth, producing some of Scotland's leading improvisers and troupes.
Stand-up comedy, parody, and the like.
Returning after the success of their first Fringe show last year, Limerence Productions brings a story about love, relationships, balance and gay monogamy.
‘It takes balls to be a Bugle Boy’ so says one of the three blue satin clad drag artists who strut on to the stage in a pastiche of the million-selling, close harmony trio from the ‘30s and ‘40s, the
“It used to be, sitting there in the dark, you knew that when the show began you would be taken to another world, a world full of colour and music and glamour.”
After the recent death of her Mother, Murphy explores her Mother's life and legacy with stories spanning three centuries of Irish women.
We are welcomed personally on board the Starship Osiris by George Vere. It’s very much his vessel as we are about to discover.
“What gets you hot?” - “What’s the best thing your body can do?” asks Ell Potter and Mary Higgins.
Silent comedy and physical theatre like you’ve never seen before, Tape Face can only be described as spectacular.
A wacky premise: Woolly, a sappy, self-deprecating sheep, has an unorthodox tale about his luckless search for love and intimacy that brings him from Yorkshire to the grassy farms of Australia.
This show does exactly what it promises. You want magic? A cheeky wee bit of nudity? Look no further.