Scottish contemporary singer Kirsty Law brings audio-visual folklore show exploring the inner child concept to the Edinburgh Fringe.
The Gray Cat and the Flounder merges music with theatre to paint a portrait of love and loss that’s both heartbreaking and uplifting, ultimately leaving you with the warm, fuzzy notion that true romance is beautifully ordinary.
Atomic 3001 is a futuristic ritual routed in tribal dance, by Belgian choreographer and performer Leslie Mannès. It's presented at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe as part of the Wallomie-Brussels Dance Showcase, supported in the UK by Civil Disobedience.
Before The Spice Girls, before The Supremes, there was The Andrews Sisters. During the late 1930s and 1940s this original girl group was a global sensation, selling millions of records. In Bugle Boys, three sassy female impersonators bitch, squabble, and sing some of The Andrews Sisters most beloved songs, delivering a hilarious and ludicrously fictitious tale of their life and career. An original Australian production, Bugle Boys will have its European premiere in Edinburgh this summer.
Courtney Act can dance, she can sing, and she can sass, leaving hoards of sexually confused men in her wake as she goes. We loved her right from the start on RuPaul's Drag Race, so you can imagine the squeal marathon that erupted at Civil Disobedience HQ when we were contacted by her manager earlier this year and asked to help bring her show, The Girl from Oz, to the Edinburgh Fringe.
We met Carla Lippis and her guitarist/husband Geoff Crowther during the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and it was love at…
You're in a bar, you've got yourself a drink, you're ready for some fun, and you have absolutely no idea what's going to happen next — but you know something's gonna go down. Joe's NYC Bar is an interactive, immersive, and improvised theatre happening set in a New York City dive bar, where the audience is invited to pitch in.