Tuesday, March 5

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Desfazenda – Bury me out of this place – Ukraine Fringe

O Bonde’s Desfazenda – Bury me out of this place, is a unique play exploring the lives of four people, 40 (Ailton Barros), 23 (Filipe Celestino), 12 (Jhonny Salaberg) and 13 (Marina Esteves), who were taken to a farm as children and enslaved. They are supervised by Zero, a foreman who is the only one […]

Mary & Mietek – Ukraine Fringe

Katla Theatre’s Mary & Mietek is a dramatic, dual timeline love story, written by Maria Laumark in association with director Abi Smith, and inspired by the real-life love letters between wartime sweethearts, Mary, an English bank clerk and Mietek, a Polish soldier she met at a dance. In the play, Mary and Mietek are Ben’s […]

A Night to Remember – Edinburgh Fringe Online

A Night to Remember is a musical retelling of the nativity story, extended to include some of the wider biblical details around the birth of Jesus, which are usually not included in the treasured school tradition. Presented by an ensemble cast, this sung-through musical, composed and directed by James Arthur Patterson, is an interesting take […]

Call Mr Robeson – Edinburgh Fringe Online

Call Mr Robeson is a one-man show telling the story of the life of Paul Robeson, singer, actor, and political activist. Written and performed by Tayo Aluko and directed by Olusola Oyeleye, it is an interesting exploration of the early civil rights movement in America, against a background of Hollywood films, theatre performances and concerts, […]

Dibubuísmos – Edinburgh Fringe Online

Dibubuísmos is a short poetic video exploration of creativity and the self. Created and performed by Paes Loureiro, it is a unique way of delving into the artistic self and where the artist fits into the natural world. The piece opens with Loureiro mindfully cleansing herself and shedding her existing self. The movements are slow, […]

Amanda Tovalin: Música Verde (Green Music) – Edinburgh Fringe Online

Amanda Tovalin: Música Verde (Green Music) is a short concert in which musician, Amanda Tovalin explores her relationship with all things green and natural through song. The concert is performed with Spanish and English narration, with all song lyrics in Spanish, and is available to watch with Spanish, English and Portuguese subtitles. The concert opens […]

AnotherKind – Edinburgh Fringe Online

AnotherKind is a multi-media scrapbook of the creative process, inspired by Amy Louise Wilson’s award-winning play, Another Kind of Dying, which tells the story of a young man who moves from the rural Eastern Cape to Johannesburg after the death of his father. For anyone who watches theatre but isn’t involved backstage, it’s easy to […]

Aionos – Edinburgh Fringe Online

Toasterlab’s Aionos is a mixed reality, experimental performance, which promises to blend Ancient Egyptian history with the fantasy, sci-fi fairy tale world of Star Wars. The production hopes to appeal to gamers, fans of online gaming streams, and anyone curious about theatre and/or Ancient Egypt by combining elements of all these things. It’s an exciting […]

Einstein! – Celebrating 100 Years of General Relativity, Edinburgh Fringe Online

Today is Nobel Prize winner, Sir Alexander Fleming’s birthday and Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer continues to show the life story of the father of the atomic bomb in cinemas, so it seems like the perfect time to visit Einstein and the formation of his Theory of General Relativity. Written and performed by Jack Fry, Einstein! Celebrating […]

Transistor – Hope Street Theatre

Dark Horse Theatre Chiang Mai’s Transistor is an exploration of gender and sexuality and its effects on family life. Written and directed by Kelly Holliday this is a very funny and dramatic piece of theatre which takes an issue which is currently causing a lot of controversy and arguments, particularly online, and makes it something […]