Caroline Smith / Escalator East to Edinburgh
Meet Rita Grebe, a seven-foot woman who thinks she’s a bird. ‘Deliciously dark’ (The Guardian), Smith’s latest alter-ego is in plumage, hell-bent on turning the twitcher archetype on its head but things are never quite what they seem...
30 Bird / Escalator East to Edinburgh
War, bicycles and the withdrawal method. A love story: man and woman, east/west, the mundane and the monumental, the dust behind the bed and the Iranian baby boom. ‘Rich inventive theatricality’ (WhatsOnStage.com)
Sh!t Theatre / Escalator East to Edinburgh
Sh!t Theatre are trying to sell their bodies... to medical science. Delving into the murky ethics of Big Pharma, award-winning Sh!t Theatre ask: is guinea-pigging a good cure for an empty bank account?
Neutrinos / Norwich Arts Centre / Escalator East To Edinburgh
KlangHaus is a 360° visceral, enveloping experience challenging conventions of the live gig.
Catherine Ireton/Farnham Maltings/Harlow Playhouse/Escalator East to Edinburgh
Catherine never left home. She took a one-way Ryanair flight to Gatwick in 2005. Now she's got a flat, a job, a Tesco clubcard. Tonight she's having a party, to mark all the moments of letting go.
Two Destination Language / Escalator East To Edinburgh
Two performers, hundreds of flowers and a heartfelt story of survival - with gypsy music. Award-winning. Audiences say 'a reminder that even in our darkest times there is hope', 'immensely powerful and life-enhancing', 'brilliant, original, energetic and beautiful'.
Helen Paris and Caroline Wright / Escalator East to Edinburgh
At sunrise and sunset a poetic spectacle will emerge on Edinburgh’s local beach. Singers and swimmers strike out towards the water’s edge, looking towards the sea, eyes intent, searching the horizon. Is somebody lost at sea?
Annie Siddons, New Wolsey Theatre, Escalator East to Edinburgh
A dark, tender, and funny lyrical narrative about brothers, escape, survival and love from playwright/performer Annie Siddons (Kneehigh, BAC) with an atmospheric live score by Marcus Hamblett. 'Wonderfully involving, witty and emotionally potent.' (Independent on Siddons).
Badac Theatre Company / Escalator East to Edinburgh
Set in the unspeakable nightmare of WW1 battlefields, switching between the visceral horror of war and an increasingly passionate and ultimately tragic love affair. An intense portrayal of the emotional and psychological effects of wars past and present.