Completely hilarious and remaining not only brilliantly relevant but doing his best work yet, Ed remains a grand master of his craft.
A brilliantly played, sparkling piece of speculative fiction that will fuel the mind and disturb the senses far beyond the limits of the stage.
Jack Carter is back to settle debts, rattle cages and uncover the horrible truth about the death of his brother.
A Haitian voodoo master uses his diabolical powers to transform a young woman into a zombie on her wedding night.
Like everyone’s favourite public house roustabout bringing joy from table-to-table, Jimeoin is warm, harmless, and he knows his niche and revels in it.
Forcing us to confront our own dark side, and question whether we’d embrace it given the opportunity.
Visually striking, technically brilliant and dripping in dread, the dreadful legend of Count Orlock continues to grow.
A warm, love-filled world of blissful orchestral psychedelia, poppy hooks and rainbow-infused lyrics.
A whirlwind visit to the offbeat world of Night Vale, led by the impossibly dulcet tones of series star Cecil Baldwin.
The comic septet bring the roof (and the fourth wall) down at their home venue.
A sublime and touching mixture of spoken word, physical performance and live electronic soundscape.
Playing to a small, impeccably formed crowd, top comic Nicola Mantalios-Lovett kicked off Freshly Ground, getting everyone suitably warmed up, dishing out a warm ribbing, and near-stealing the show.