Plymouth Fringe Festival is the city's annual celebration of theatre and live performance showcasing some of the most exciting companies from across the UK along with the best in homegrown talent from the South West.
There is something for everyone with performances taking place at various locations in Plymouth. Performances taking place at The House Studio in the University's performing arts centre are listed below.
30 May (20:00-20:40): All the Daughters of My Father's House
Running time: 40 minutes | Recommended age: 14+
31 May (18:30-19:20) TRY|TRYING|TRIED
Running time: 50 minutes | Recommended age: 12+
31 May (20:00-20:50): [Insert Man Pun Here] James Luckraft-LawRunning time: 45 minutes | Recommended age: 16+
1 June (18:30-19:20): Things What We Do
Running time: 45-60 minutes | Recommended age: 16+
1 June (20:00-21:00): Michael Morpurgo's Out of the Ashes
Running time: 60 minutes | Recommended age: 8+
Plymouth Fringe Festival is curated by Toast in partnership with the Theatre Royal Plymouth, Barbican Theatre and Plymouth Conservatoire, and is supported by the TRAC Legacy Fund.