fringe theatre

So what’s been happening since our last anti-Brexit revue in May 2019? Not much really … unless you count another Prime Minister, another cabinet, another deal, another general election…

DAWTA a one woman musical is looking for: A proactive, freelance female producer experienced in theatre, who seeks opportunities and creates opportunities. Interviews: Wk beginning 6th January, 2020 Females from marginalised groups are encouraged to apply. Contact: [email protected]

Weekend Front of House Volunteers needed for bustling theatre with many perks provided.

An orphan desperate to learn how to be, is visited by his idol, World Champion heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury.

The Stand-Ups perform their sets, interspersed with a new story, drawing inspiration from the jokes and interactions of the standup with the audience.

The award-winning feminist, atheist, polyamorous comedian and writer for Have I Got News For You, puts away all those years of coquettishness and gets off the fence.

Secular society as we know it is over. It is time to count your sins.

A rootin’ tootin’ bluegrass musical comedy – set with all the themes (love, betrayal, revenge) as a classic opera.

Instant Wit! The best in improvised comedy. Fresh and inventive, each show throws up new nuggets of hilarity crafted by a company of the highest calibre. It’s a pick-me-up tonic with unexpected twists and a dash of sauce.

Love, sex, birth, death and salsa classes. Three generations of women. One extraordinary  year.

Keywords: fringe theatre

A riotous musical comedy celebrating curiosity and imagination with a miscellany of tall tales handpicked by the audience. Edinburgh Fringe preview followed by a post-show quiz.

Ahead of the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Free Fringe Jane Westhead and Marcia D’Arc are performing their solo shows right here in Bristol! Come along to this free event to see two contrasting 50 minute shows

Jane Westhead and Marcia D’Arc present two contrasting one-woman shows ahead of their runs at the Edinburgh FREE Fringe Festival this year.

A Dog’s Brexit is an exciting new family show, that presents both sides of Brexit through a rhyme-filled town of dogs! Full of puns, songs and explanations that are fun and informative for all the family.

The Little Things is an emerging children’s theatre company based in Bristol. We are all about tackling Big Topics for Little Ones. We’re touring our debut show, A Dog’s Brexit, this May/June!

Audition Opportunity! Palomar Theatre are looking for a male lead for their upcoming performance of Darlings at the Bath Fringe. Palomar is an ambitious young company that is looking to develop into a professional touring company over the next few…

Casting a male and female for new writing to be performed at Bath Fringe Festival 2018.

New scratch night in Exeter at The Exeter Phoenix! Artist / Theatre Company / Tech call out!

Tea-Powered Theatre continues its in-house production series of adapting Shakespeare’s classics in their own unique style. This year, our director Calum Anderson has chosen The Tempest. The tale of a team of astronauts s…

Let us transport you to times past and to other worlds in the latest BrisTALES ‘Memories’. The third BrisTALES event will be held over two evenings and showcases new writing from local writers. Friday’s show features pie…