Fringe – Archive

Borges and I

Idle Motion’s ability to transform a tiny, empty square into a detailed, textured and low-tech landscape of the imaginary, bodes well for future work with greater resources.

Kitty and Damnation

With fewer histrionics, and greater faith in the actors’ ability to make us care, Kitty and Damnation would be a much stronger piece of theatre.

Hot Air

Ten Pence Short, the company behind Hot Air asked its audience for feedback, find out what Matt Boothman had to say.

Werter, Werter

Theatre does not have to be linear or orderly, its strength lies in collage, Mikuš tells us. Werter, Werter is broken, odd, and wonderful.

Rotating in a Room of Images

In Rotating in a Room of Images, participants spend the majority of the 15-minute production in pitch darkness, guided only by invisible hands and the spooky voice in the headphones.

Forest Fringe at the BAC

The Forest Fringe is set to challenge every convention in sight, from the role of the audience right up to what we can comfortably classify as theatre.

What a Girl Wants

I am permanently on the lookout for women on the comedy circuit and I rarely find them so when I do it’s always a great treat.

Fringe Benefits

Dare to venture out into the dodgy little fringe theatres, the rooms above pubs that are dotted all around London.

Sort posts by


Theatre in Pictures »


Practical theatre links, scholarly resources, maps, podcasts, cheap tickets & more.
See resource page »

Recent Comments

  • I have had groups do some of my plays in Second Life and I helped but together a...

    Theatre In Second Life

  • Tinker Bell as a fire ball? that sounds awesome… there so many re-makes of Peter Pan (like the...

    Grace L
    Peter Pan

  • Wow I'm sure that see the performance of Kate Duchene this character is totally extraordinary! I am...

    Henry VIII

  • Thank you for an excellent weblog !! I discovered some useful information and will suggest...

    Henry IV, part 1

  • I used Facebook to advertise a fringe show I...

    Jamie Honeybourne
    A Practical Guide to Theatre and the Web: Facebook