Fast-paced Spanish guitars and several dancers commanded the stage in an invigorating, charming and complex showcase of flamenco dance.
Taking you from party girl to alcoholic, "Girl of the Drink: the lager continues" will amuse and entertain, but more than anything, it will make you feel.
Joanne Sutton invites you to look at the world through rosé-filled glasses and the eyes of an unnamed, slightly stumbley heroine.
The Sights & Sounds of Paris is an experience as much as it is a musical performance. You listen, watch and explore the landscapes of a city that seems so close.
The first full-length theatrical LEGO adventure follows Emmet, a perfectly average LEGO minifigure who is mistakenly identified as the key to saving the world.
The Australian String Quartet's one-night-only concert was a program of perfect classical concertos with two contemporary and incredibly beautiful local pieces.
Strange & surreal, Foot is a new breed of comic who asks his audience to follow him as he weaves intricate tales that don't always have a traditional punchline.
In a performance of polar opposites, the cast push you away then pull you closer in a mix of poetic language, relatable tales a flourish of movement.
An unashamedly challenging retelling of Shakespeare's Macbeth which is visually incredible and truly a joy to watch.
Comic Strip highlights the best aspects of burlesque. Not for the faint-hearted, unashamedly sexual and fully of debauchery, it is well worth a look this season
Like a pre-teens playlist, The Independent Project delivered a healthy dose of grunge rock, brit-pop, boy and girl bands, and the best break down of 90’s cartoon themes outside of Nickelodeon.
This Fringe performance is part of Pyke’s Lone Wolf Tour, where he will be recording the concerts for a live album of the same name. The album will include the best recordings from around the county.
Comedian Dave Callan shimmies, twerks, boot-scoots and thrusts his way around the stage, revitalising physical comedy in an entertaining and utterly hilarious performance.
Four one-act plays tackle the big questions about life, love and the horribly awkward experience of the morning after...
One Chance is the remarkable and stirring true story of Paul Potts, a shy, bullied shop assistant by day and an amateur opera singer by night who went on to win the television talent show, Britain's Got Talent.
Rounding the corner, stalking down a school hallway with ankle-snapping heels, designer handbags and the ultimate fashion accessory are the GBF, or Gay Best Friend groupies.
They sing, they dance and they talk to God on cell phones! The Altar Boyz are here again to save the world, one fan at a time.
Nought is a journey of discovering dance at its core. The work has periods of silence, mixed with music and spoken words to emphasise the dancers’ vulnerabilities.
The Follower, a documentary-style feature film based around the online urban legend of The Slender Man, is available in full to view online.