We are delighted to announce our upcoming Edinburgh Fringe return with two incredible shows from August 2th–25th at Hill Street Theatre (Venue 41).

Our 2023 production of The Grandfathers by Rory Mullarkey was successful in receiving the ‘Bright Spark Award’ awarded by the Scottish Theatre Awards!



Debuting at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe is a brand-new three-hander providing 55-minutes of ultimate Scottish patter. You’ll find yourself laughing out loud one minute and questioning every aspect of your life the next.

Find out what happens when a paranoid drug dealer lets slip that all his money is storedin his dads garden shed. Will any of the boys take this opportunity? After all, “he can’t phone the police and report stolen drug money can he?”

This original piece of work was written by Sam Stuart Fraser and Sean Fullwood, with Pete Sneddon.

Venue: Alba Theatre, Hill Street Theatre (Venue 41)  

Tickets: Click Here For Tickets

Previews: TBC 

Dates: 2-25th Aug 2024 

Time: 18:50 (55 min) 


Ripper: The Musical

Pete Sneddon’s Ripper: The Musical returns with an all-new cast!

Returning as a now full-length show after last year’s Fringe premiere, come see life behind the knife and exp

erience the ‘must-see’, ‘edge-of-your-seat’, ’10/10 sensation’ that is Pete Sneddon’s Ripper.

Ripper: The Musical explores societal trauma during the notorious 1880s Whitechapel murders. Join police de

tective Frederick Abberline, as he tries to bring the brutal murderer to justice and save his beloved Mary. But could the killer be closer than he thinks?

Venue: Dunedin Theatre, Hill Street Theatre (Venue 41)  

Tickets: Click Here for Tickets

Previews: TBC 

Dates: 2-25th Aug 2024 

Time: 19:45 (90 min) 

Have a listen: Ripper The Musical



If you would like to attend as a reviewer, or for anything else, get in touch with our marketing team at [email protected].


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