Venue: Just Festival at St John's
Ever wondered how to fight inequality? What the world would be like without religion? How human trafficking exists in the UK? Join the conversation as we discuss a different issue each day with experts, activists, and faith representatives.
Venue: Assembly Hall
The world premiere of a new play written by and starring Steven Berkoff. Three actors experience the frustration and madness that can be everyday life for the working actor in this hilarious satire on the industry.
Venue: Quaker Meeting House
A spooky dose of rambunctious storytelling from this award-winning company ****** BroadwayBaby.com Bobby Award 2012; ***** Herald 2011; Independent Critics’ Choice 2010; ***** ThreeWeeks Editor’s Award 2009.
Venue: Pleasance Courtyard
Eighth elephantine year! Dinner jackets donned, Tim and Duncan are back for one week only with all the favourites: Gnu, Gasman, Hippopotamus (and some surprises) in their award-winning, hilarious show. 'Marvellous' (Express). 'A certain winner' (Daily Mail).
Venue: theSpace @ Surgeons Hall
Take a journey into fear. Ten performers. Three shows. One narrative. Dorian: a man fears the passing of his youth. Demeter: a creak, a shadow, an unseen fear. Diadem: one secret. Two prisoners. Three perspectives.
Venue: Institut Francais d'Ecosse
Two charismatic performers mixing expressions of dance, circus and theatre. Giving body to the arena of inner feelings, in the difficulty to stay oneself and be two at the same time. Sensitive, witty and moving.
Venue: SpaceCabaret @ 54
This is a show that contains four men. They have written some sketches to make you laugh and smile and stuff. So you'll be going then? Good.
Venue: C venues - C too
John Osborne’s handling of misogamy and sexual inequality continues to trigger restless unease in its contemporary audience as Jimmy and Alison reveal some uncomfortable truths about what holds a relationship together. www.lincolncompany.co.uk
Sing songs, hear talks (Arthur Smith, Mike McShane, Troy Conrad) and recharge with the godless congregation that is part atheist church, part foot-stomping show, and 100% celebration of life. Live better! Help often! Wonder more!
Venue: Broughton High School
Captivate Drama presents Rent - the rock musical about a group of impoverished artists living under the shadow of HIV/AIDS. '...impressively professional ... staging, lighting spectacular ... entertaining and enjoyable night's theatre showcasing some highly impressive young talent...' (Laura Peatman, edfringereview.com).