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Ontroerend Goed at Upper Church @ Summerhall hosted by RBC



Shows on a Shoestring at Gilded Balloon at Rose Theatre

Between the Crosses,

Between the Crosses

Flying Bridge Theatre Ltd at Army @ The Fringe in Association with Summerhall

Bone Woman,

Bone Woman

Imani G Alexander at Greenside @ Infirmary Steet



Grist To The Mill at Assembly Hall


The Conker Group and Home at Pleasance Dome



Raised Voices at theSpace on North Bridge

Robert Goodale and Jade Ogugua,

How to Act

National Theatre of Scotland at Summerhall

Into the Woods,

Into the Woods

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland at Assembly Hall

Karoo Moose - No Fathers,

Karoo Moose - No Fathers

The Baxter Theatre Centre at the University of Cape Town at Assembly George Square Studios



Barely Methodical Troupe at Underbelly’s Circus Hub on the Meadows

Mary Go Nowhere,

Mary Go Nowhere

Black Rocking Chair Productions at Assembly George Square Studios



Quote Unquote Collective and Why Not Theatre at Canada Hub @ King’s Hall in association with Summerhall

Out of Love,

Out of Love

Paines Plough at Roundabout @ Summerhall

Party Game, David Monteith-Hodge

Party Game

bluemouth inc and Necessary Angel Theatre Company at Traverse at the Wee Red Bar



DugOut Theatre at Pleasance Courtyard



The Other Room at Bedlam Theatre

Sex Offence,

Sex Offence

Andy Paterson / Salt 'n' Sauce Promotions at New Town Theatre

Stand By,

Stand By

Utter, in association with The Byre Theatre, St Andrews at Army @ The Fringe in Association with Summerhall

The Fall,

The Fall

Baxter Theatre Centre at the University of Cape Town at Assembly Hall

The Runner,

The Runner

MCS Drama at Underbelly, Cowgate



Baxter Theatre Centre at the University of Cape Town at Assembly Roxy

What If I Told You,

What If I Told You

The Mayers Ensemble at Army @ The Fringe in Association with Summerhall

Philip's Top 5

Every week London editor Philip Fisher selects the top five plays in London.

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Manda Rydman, Anton Graaf, Saara Ahola, Peter Åberg, and Einar Kling-Odencrants, Mats Bäcker


Cirkus Cirkör at Royal Festival Hall

Twelfth Night

Barbican Theatre at Residence One Garden, Royal William Yard, Plymouth

The Wedding Singer - John Robyns as Robbie with Company, Darren Bell

The Wedding Singer

Dan Looney in association with Paulden Hall Productions, Jason Haigh-Ellery, Tom O'Connor Productions & Tim Lawson at Theatre Royal Plymouth

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NW productions

Round-up of regional productions opening week beginning Sunday August 13.