An intimate show of American roots and English folk music.
Hannah and Ben perform huddled round a single microphone, singing intimate duets with just mountain dulcimer, dobro and guitar. They are a folk duo that look and sound classically timeless, yet feel refreshingly unique.
WHY? ‘An exquisite soundscape, which is the result of passion, precision and unbridled intimacy’ R2 Magazine
Ibsen’s masterpiece is adapted for the 21st century.
Having rejuvenated the fortunes of a crumbling town, eminent doctor Tamsin Stockmann expects to be hailed as its saviour once again when she exposes a major public health risk. But the town’s prosperity hangs in the balance and opposition grows. Will she be lauded as hero of the hour or will Dr Stockmann be declared an enemy of the people?
Flintock Theatre employ their signature high-energy storytelling, music and live digital interaction.
WHY? A searing examination of fake news, whistleblowing and who really wields power in contemporary Britain
Recommended for ages 14+ years.
Presented by Flintlock Theatre
The singer, cellist, fiddle and viola player is an original member of folk big band Bellowhead.
She toured internationally with them as well as making several TV appearances. Bellowhead recorded 5 studio albums and won a total of 8 BBC Folk Awards in their 12 years together. Rachael is now working on a new solo project of traditional songs. She plays with a brand new band, featuring guitarist Matthew Ord (Assembly Lane) and melodeon player Julian Sutton (Kathryn Tickell, Sting).
WHY? ‘A classy musician and a singer of striking elegance’ Mike Wilson’s Music Blog
‘You're in the presence of something very special… what a voice’ Sid Smith, BBC Music
£14, £12 Advantage Card
Snow White and Rose Red are sisters, twins, best friends. They have lived in the forest since they were Babes in the Wood. Not as worldly wise as their Mother would have liked, they are nonetheless, kind, caring and sometimes a little over enthusiastic in their deeds!
When their quiet life is interrupted by a friendly bear a new chapter begins. But why has the bear chosen them as playfellows? Why is there sadness in his eyes? And who on earth is that rude little man with a ridiculously long beard that they keep bumping in to?
Suitable for ages 5+ years.
WHY? A new show from the Woods of Widdershins, using puppets, storytelling, original music and a fantastical fairytale forest
Presented by Theatre of Widdershins
£10 (£8 under 16s)
Family and Friends (4 people) £32
Tickets/seats are not required for children under 18 months who are happy to sit on laps.
Dir: Marc Forster 2018 | 104 mins, US
Join Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore and he gang in a brand new adventure. The beloved characters from The Hundred Acre Wood head to London to help find Christopher Robin’s lost briefcase - because the best friends will always be there for you.
WHY? Starring Ewan McGregor, Hayley Atwell and Mark Gatiss
'As Much a Movie For Adults as It Is For Kids' Time
Click here to read the full review.
£7 (£5 under 16s)
Family and Friends (4 people) £20
Parent and Baby Screening
The screening on Tuesday 30 October at 11am is exclusively for parents with children under 2 years. Lights are kept on low level and you can move around if you need to. Tickets are £5.50 for adults (including a cup of tea/coffee); babies and infants are free of charge. Seating is unreserved and unaccompanied adults are not admitted.
The stars of BBC Radio 4’s The Croft & Pearce Show and Sketchorama are winners of the Mervyn Stutter Spirit of the Fringe Award. They are also recipients of the official Edinburgh Fringe Total Sell-Out Show laurel and WhatsOnLondon Comedy Award nominees 2017.
This BBC Next Big Thing Act have sold out theatres in London, New York and around the UK.
WHY? ‘A good double-act can always bring the house down, and this pair of Fringe favourites show us how to do just that’ ★★★★ The Skinny
‘Tomorrow's TV stars’ ★★★★ The Herald
‘A laugh-out-loud sketch show’ Daily Express
‘Masters of pinpoint observation and characterisation’ The Telegraph
‘Head flingingly funny’ ★★★★★ Broadwaybaby
★★★★ The List, Edinburgh
£14 (£12 conc)
Live screening (Wednesday). Marius Petipa’s fantasy, set in legendary India, tells the tale of a temple dancer and the prince who loves her but marries another. The melody and moods of Minkus’s music perfectly match the fluidity and precision of the classical choreography and the drama of the storytelling.
WHY? Natalia Makarova’s production of this 19th century classic ballet brings an exotic world of temple dancers and noble warriors to life
Multi award winning floral designer Mig Kimpton brings a fun fresh approach to festive floral design. He creates a unique fun evening of entertainment with a new live floral show to brighten up this year’s winter evenings.
Watch Mig create amazing festive designs from scratch, using fresh flowers and unusual materials.
WHY? Mig combines his theatrical past with his extensive experience of working with flowers, to provide an evening of flowers, fun and festive excitement!