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Two brothers lost in the countryside, are waiting for their Mother to take them home. All hope seems lost, until a mysterious radio transmission will soon change everything.
Have you heard? There’s a beached whale on the beach and it’s beached. Lets go to the beach and save the beached whale... Starting by wearing this T-shirt! Who gives a shit?
Suddenly, a knock on your door and the Nazis are here to take you away to be interrogated! -- A true story of 3 teenagers during the Holocaust.
“How did you end up on a date THERE?” asked my mates in the pub, the week after. A huge 4th year of autobiographical storytelling from Award Winning, ★★★★ Andrew Silverwood.
An Anglo-Welsh atheist explores his Hebrew roots, pondering the nature of Judaism, the definition of anti-semitism, and, of course, his role in the International Jewish Conspiracy.
Ever felt you were sold a lie? Join this funny, bittersweet dismantling of a family story that never rang true. ‘Beautifully humbling’ ***** ThreeWeeks. ‘Must-See’ Fringe Review.
The Plough Storytelling Circle weaves tales from the heart and soul of the West Country. Come and lose yourself in stories that have passed from mouth to ear across the years.
A true story set in 1970’s Britain... sex, drugs and rock’n’roll are the backdrop for Sandra’s teenage journey of self discovery, secrets and finding a father she never knew.
With social media, sport and celebrity common aspects of modern life, how is ‘the male’ portrayed and featured? Comedy with a man, some words, questionable dancing and a lip-sync…
Saucily Hilarious! Cheekily Witty! Utterly Unique! The Multi Award-Winning ‘Mistress of Comedy’ blends her fabulously fun Poems & Songs with Live Ventriloquism: NAUGHTY BUT NICE!
Comedy poet Robert Garnham returns with his new show about tea. Poems and monologues and silliness, all about tea. Come along and see what he's been brewing.
The Bard of Windmill Hill was the recipient of a Best Show Award from Shaftesbury Fringe Festival in 2018. "Brilliant, captivating, cheering" Chippenham Folk Festival
Am I dead? Hazel asks. as her mother Ivy regards past and future. Where is the thread? In the wool, the yarn? Can it be found in a Pas de Chat? Or does it lie with Sleeping Dogs?
Part gig, part play, a means-of-production seizing, riotous adaptation of John Reed's iconic account of the Russian Revolution. For anyone who's ever wanted to change the world.
Perseus and Medusa are wrapped in a story that has endured the ages but it is time to question who the real monsters are in this ancient myth, and how it relates to modern times.
Your own music, mirth and spoken word show. “Larkin has the facial expressions of Vic Reeves, and the quick-wittedness of Frankie Boyle” "Essential viewing" ***** Fringe Guru
James Tiptree Jr: CIA official? “Ineluctably masculine” sci-fi writer? Or a 61-yr-old woman from Virginia?
Well... she was all these things - and it began with a jar of marmalade.