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  • subsist

    The world ended two years ago, consumed by a plague of the walking dead. Now four strangers struggle together to survive, but has that effort cost their own humanity? Classic horror with a modern twist.

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  • Fernando - Carry On Campervan

    Join Fernando in the back of his Honda Acty Romahome for a surreal show that you'll not forget in a hurry. ‘Fernando is one to keep an eye on’ **** (ThreeWeeks).

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  • 101 Reasons Why I #@%$ Katie Hopkins

    An energetic journey through the opinions and preferences of Britain’s favourite rent-a-gob. This wholehearted one-woman rant will lead you on an emotional teatime rollercoaster that you won’t want to get off.

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  • 25 Stories

    Alex Watts – ‘original, dark, and at times horrendously funny’ (Stage), tells strange and dreadful stories to brighten everyone's day. Where did Shakespeare go when he died? Why did that horse walk into that pub? Find out!

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  • A Life With The Beatles

    The Beatles’ story as told by Neil Aspinall, first road manager then Apple Corps CEO. A moving account by a man in love with them, whose soul never left the Abbey Road recording studio.

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  • B-Boys, B-Girls and B-Bots

    The breakdancing robots (B-bots) have landed in Edinburgh and they're being chased all over town! Can the B-boys and B-girls of Edinburgh use their breakdancing skills to help the B-bots escape before they crash and burn?

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  • Beowulf

    Combining table-top and shadow puppetry, live music and poetry, to debate, dance, and battle through a story about bravery, fame and humanity. Sold-out show Brighton Fringe 2014. ‘An excellent, modern, family-friendly tale’ ([i]Argus[/i]).

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  • Drink! The Musical

    Fun and full of laughter this heartfelt musical will take you on an emotional journey full of the twists and turns of life living with alcoholism. With original songs and the enthusiasm of a cast of 30!

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  • Eurydice

    Told in narrative, song, and dance, American playwright Sarah Ruhl’s modern re-telling of the Orpheus myth from the point of view of his beloved, Eurydice, is a breathtaking play that will haunt your days and live in your dreams.

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  • In Light Of...

    When you look up at the sky, how do you feel? When you walk down the street, does it mean anything to you? When you look into someone’s eyes, what do you see?

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  • Light Relief

    A fast-moving, award-winning comedy show featuring original songs, sketches, satire, stand-up and a caption competition... Special guests include Sacha Distilled, Page 3 Girl Traci, Old James Bond, Agnetha and Fifty Shades Darker... ‘Real originality and highly entertaining’ Stage.

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  • Jack The Ripper: Facts No Fiction

    Whitechapel, 1888. Jack the Ripper is killing prostitutes. Hutchinson is a world-renowned authority on the most infamous killer of all. He'll tell you just the facts – with some inappropriate humour.

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  • A Bit Of An Overshare

    A 'small but perfectly formed cabaret gem' (TheatreBubble.com). Claire’s unique brand of biting whimsy is injected into her original songs. Be enticed into a world of honesty, venom and sweet delights...

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  • Murder, She Didn't Write

    Move over, Lansbury! Each night Degrees of Error presents a brand new, hilarious murder mystery comedy based on your suggestions...but can you guess whodunnit? 2013/14 sell-out! ***** (BristolTheatreReview.com). **** (FringeReview.co.uk). **** (ThreeWeeks). **** (BroadwayBaby.com). **** (FringeGuru.com).

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  • Nell Gwyn: An Epilogue

    1669. Nell’s acting career is frustrated by two men: her former lover, Hart, and her present love, King Charles. Will she win Hart round? And will the King still want her when she does?

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  • Paying The Piper

    Experimentation, excess, drug trips and k-holes. Follow a group of young people on their journey of discovery and experimentation, where we discover that such dissipation soon surpasses innocent revelling – nothing in life comes for free.

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  • Splitting

    Mixed race and nearing 30, Layla’s psychological abuse left her struggling with identity confusion. To take revenge on her abusive partner she makes a deal with the devil, but is this real or just a figment of her imagination?

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  • subsist

    The world ended two years ago, consumed by a plague of the walking dead. Now four strangers struggle together to survive, but has that effort cost their own humanity? Classic horror with a modern twist.

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  • The Effects of Solitude

    Isolation can do strange things to the human mind. It warps and changes your world quicker than Alex could have ever imagined. And now, all alone, they must fight for every scrap of reality.

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  • The Genius of Dickens

    Famous characters from the novels of Charles Dickens brought to life by author and actor Chris Foote Wood, Victoria Wood's brother. Animated readings, as done by Dickens himself.

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  • The Princess and The Frog

    With fantastic dancers, gorgeous costumes and crystal clear storytelling, this is the perfect fairy tale ballet for children and their families. ‘Absolutely mesmerising and magical’ (mum, Birmingham). ‘Incredibly perfect’ (nine-year-old, Derby).

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  • The Private Ear

    A revival of Peter Schaffer’s bittersweet 1960s comedy. Classical-loving Bob has fallen for Doreen. With help from the smooth talking Ted, he prepares for a romantic evening. Though perhaps Ted is more Doreen’s Cup of tea…

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  • The Selkie and the River God

    Passion, conflict, love and betrayal. Join Sheemah on a journey of self-discovery as she explores her place not only in the world of man, but in the world of Celtic myth and folklore.

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  • The Sweet Release

    This is how your night at the Fringe ends, not with a whimper, but a bang! Join us as we present the hottest up and coming acts from all across the Fringe for our late night revue.

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  • The Tale of Tommy O'Quire

    Tommy hates his life and he'll do whatever it takes to get hold of some treasure! On his quest, he meets hungry wolves, unusual monsters, and terrifying ghosts. A live picture-book for everyone aged 7-107.

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  • Vision 2015

    Is seeing believing? The dramatic and tragic life of Bernadette of Lourdes is played out through this stunning rock opera, taking the audience on an exciting journey that incorporates ballads and jazz, comedy and pathos.

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  • This Time Tomorrow

    The acclaimed This Time... series from the Brighton Fringe comes to Edinburgh: three cars, three couples, three different scenarios... Sitting in the back seat, you have just fifteen minutes in which to eavesdrop on each conversation...

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  • Thief

    ‘Great drama has the power to inform, move and make shifts in consciousness. Thief has all this.’ ***** (Sarah Agnew, Brighton Argus). ‘Sensational. Ferocious. Acted with great intensity. A memorable hour of theatre.’ (Joyce McMillan, Scotsman.

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  • The Wild Man Of Orford

    A fisherman hauls up a mysterious catch: a scaly, glistening creature from the depths of the sea. Man or monster? A tale from English folklore told with handmade puppets, live theatre, music and animations.

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  • The Rhum Plants

    The post-war scientific elite suspect botanical fraud, and want working-class Professor Heslop-Harrison’s scalp – at any cost. A story about a real life scandal that still reverberates today. ‘A fast-paced comedy ... massively energetic’ (WhatsOn-North.co.uk).

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  • The Lonely Poet (or: The Pleonasm)

    Everybody thinks that I'm lonely. Lonely because I spent the last seven years of my life in the basement of my grandfather's house. But boy, are they wrong. So f*cking wrong. Theatre. Poetry. You.

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  • The History of Gluttony

    Ice cream, the war on gluten, Roman feasts, Atkins dieters, MasterChef, truffle oil and everything bacon. Join Linda and explore all the food trends and fascinations that make up the history of gluttony.

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  • The Daily Tribunal

    Two homeless men discover the power of the written word when an article they post in the paper removes their drunken neighbour. From underneath the fly-over, the place they call home, The Daily Tribunal is born.

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  • Smut Slam Cabaret: Where Sexy and Storytelling Collide

    The finest filth on the Fringe, told by the people who lived it. With music, burlesque, occasionally clowns, and a phone-sex-operator host, you will leave transformed, or at least turned on.

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  • slut (r)evolution (no one gets there overnight)

    How did it feel? What the hell was she thinking? And how will it affect tonight’s hook-up? Memoir and manifesto come together in this incendiary exploration of sex, relationships, and salad crispers.

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  • Simply Blue

    The a cappella group Simply Blue, from Bishops Diocesan College, Cape Town, is proud to present their entertaining show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, featuring many classics and contemporary hits from Elvis Presley to Imagine Dragons!

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  • Princess Pumpalot The Farting Princess

    Meet a farting princess, a nasty prince, a brainy ghost, a low-flying gnome and Geoffrey the Giraffe in this family show based on the top-selling children's book. Fringe 2013 and 2014 five-star smash hit show.

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  • Phone Whore (A One Act Play With Frequent Interruptions)

    Truth and taboo collide in this intimate visit with a phone sex operator. Sit back and buckle up. **** BroadwayBaby.com. ****Times Colonist, Canada. ‘...captivating to watch’ Spectator.

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  • Peter Antoniou - Happy Medium

    Award-winning stand-up comedian and mind reader Peter Antoniou uses his unique skill set to peer inside your head, fondle your frontal lobe and tickle your funny bone. **** WhatsOnStage.com. 'Tall, dark and charming' Skinny.

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  • Matt Abbott Is Skint And Demoralised

    Fusing witty anecdotes, realism and a sharp political bite, this is accessible poetry with a laugh from the Wakefield street poet. His show is an honest, humorous and poignant insight into ordinary 21st-century Britain.

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  • Imaginary Porno Charades

    Why have a single entendre when you can go for the double! A game show that's strictly adult, and if we find any prizes, we'll give you one...

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  • Dean Friedman - Songs for Grownups

    This legendary singer/songwriter performs his classic hits Ariel, Lucky Stars, Lydia and more. Discover what legions of devoted fans have known for years – the sophisticated, funny and profound work of a master songsmith.

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  • Cold Stone Jug

    Cold Stone Jug paints a vivid picture of Herman Charles Bosman’s prison experience in the 1920s. Hardships and realities are interwoven with humour, irony, insanity, an introduction to colourful characters who shared the brown walls with him.

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  • Cardinal Sin

    Catholicism, murder mystery and Vatican hi-jinx blend into an hour-long comedy romp through the Sistine Chapel. There’s been a murder in the Papal Conclave; no one can leave, so it’s up to those already there to solve it…

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  • Angry

    Come watch a bunch of twenty-somethings in their pants, punch drums and each other in a play written partially in verse, partially in rap but mainly in swear words. It's vulgar, sexy and not for the faint of heart.

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  • All The Nice Girls

    Lesbian love in the limelight. A tribute to pioneering performers in music hall and revue. This charming new show looks at the careers of forgotten variety artists through the eyes of male impersonator Ella Shields.

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  • Twonkey's Stinking Bishop

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  • Beowulf

    A contemporary version of the epic, combining table-top and shadow puppetry, live music and poetry.

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july, 2015

4jul10:00 am- 10:45 amSweet Kids! Ages 3yrs - 5yrsEvery Saturday City:Dundee
4jul11:00 am- 12:00 pmSweet Kids! P1 - P3Every SaturdayCity:Dundee
4jul12:45 pm- 2:00 pmSweet Kids! P4 - P7Every Saturday City:Dundee
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