Online@theSpaceUK Season 4
Online@theSpaceUK, winner of the Off West End Stage Award for Digital Theatre, is back for a fourth season, all available as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Watch any time, any place with our On Demand shows available from 6-30 August
Three stories confront the pandemic with laughter and hope. Spring 2020: grounded flights separate a couple. Autumn 2020: cousins, one rather eccentric, laugh and reminisce. Spring 2021: two colleagues attend a meeting. It doesn’t go well.
A journey from Edinburgh to London takes two women who meet for the first time much further than they ever could have imagined, in an exchange that is heart-wrenching, hilarious and beautiful.
Box and Cox spotlights the efforts of scheming landlady, Mrs Bouncer, to double her money by renting the same room to two tenants: Mr Cox, a hatter, works by day; Mr Box, a printer, works at night.
What starts out as her Jewish mom's pesky fantasy (and mild-to-moderate... OK, major obsession) turns into a full-on mission as Melissa, single, struggling and *cough* *cough* approaching 40, searches for love (and Jake Gyllenhaal).
London, circa 2017. Bryony stands alone outside her childhood home. She's back to settle a score. So what is stopping her from ringing the bell? The truth will come out; but is Bryony ready to face it?
Few are Angels: Shakespeare's women in contemporary settings. This video compilation of monologues and sonnets forms part of Three Chairs and a Hat's major digital project, Shakespeare (she/her), launched in 2021.
Bombarded with news during the Shutdown, it’s all background noise to Agave, until a zealous male voice speaks directly to her through her laptop. How far will she go to combat this increasingly real threat?
An enticing strip-tease of revelations, this poignant, funny solo performance exposes the unplanned turns, blind alleys and devastating losses of one man's struggle to traverse the toll road of life. And his boxes.
A Theatrical Life. After spending decades on the stage, Siobhan Bremer’s life is more than just a bit theatrical. From kidnapping to birds on scooters, Greece to cancer, it’s all there. Guess which ones are off stage!
A collaboration between artists from Mexico, United States and Canada. Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is deconstructed and reinvented into a multilingual and multidisciplinary spectacle, encompassing the most compelling art forms of North American culture.
Online drama telling the true stories of four courageous astronauts. For anyone who dreams of space travel but dislikes billionaires doing it to show off. AJP won three awards for groundbreaking 2020 play, SpaceXPat.
Wars and weddings, kings and karaoke – Shakespeare’s most overlooked play is taking the spotlight! King John returns in this spectacular new theatrical film, 'a kaleidoscope of music, physicality and humour" ★★★★ (NorthWestEnd.co.uk).
An original solo performance. The process of a girl, woman and dancer dealing with the eating disorder bulimia. A brave show that can expose the mind and inspire many people, allowing us to better understand our responsibilities as parents.
Featuring original songs inspired by folk, blues and traditional country, Rock Salt and Nails’ new concert Up on the Blocks tells stories of aspiration, challenge and redemption, sharing musical moments that define who we are.
From Irish laments to tango, and Bach again, Kenneth Wilson plays a magical selection of immersive music on the cello. Then he adds a poetical commentary – edgy, political, bawdy or just stupid.
Ensemble Mik Nawooj is a hip-hop orchestra comprised of an MC, soprano, winds, strings, piano, drums and a turf dancer. They've been featured on NPR, ESPN, Wall Street Journal, NowThis, Pitchfork, United Nations and more.
Stories of love and loss, told in music. Why the Fats? Well who better to cheer us up with his melodies, swinging songs and delightful, happy lyrics than the late, great Fats Waller? If you enjoyed the performance (...and even if you didn't!), please consider donating to our chosen Mental Health charity at https://www.supportinmindscotland.org.uk/love-loss-and-fats-donation-page
Featuring Brian Nelson (guitar) and Lindsay Taylor (mandolin, fiddle), the music of Glorieta Pines is infused with the mysticism of the American Southwest. Their original folk songs are driven by the duo’s powerful vocal harmonies.
Winner of LA Times' Best Production and OC Weekly's Best Play awards, acclaimed director Annie Loui presents 'deliciously spirited production[s]' (LA Times). Whimsical and imaginative, this hybrid physical theater/animation film follows Victorian fantasy characters through Californian canyons.
When a high school matchmaking scheme pairs Jenny with the biggest loser in school, she is horrified. But years later she wonders… was he The One? A new solo musical by the ever-entertaining Jenny Stafford.
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