Edinburgh Fringe 2016

Gone Rogue is back for the Edinburgh Fringe 2016, and we’ve got more to offer than ever before. Whatever you’re into, we’ve got you covered.


Ordinary Days follows the stories of four New Yorkers whose parallel lives converge as they search for purpose, love, and taxi cabs. Funny and poignant in equal measure, this critically-acclaimed musical celebrates the beauty of the ordinary.

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In ‘A Number’ Caryl Churchill explores the consequences and pitfalls of artificial human cloning in this two-man drama. ‘A Number’ tackles scientific ethics, the relationship between a father and son, and the importance of a role model in a child’s upbringing.

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This dark comedy by Kieron Barry focuses on four teenage girls an hour before head girl is announced. The girls talk about their plans for the future after sixth form, and tensions turn nasty as they realise that things might not have worked out the way they planned.

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The nicest improv show this side of Toronto. It’s so nice your grandmother sends us money every Christmas. And guess what? We always send back a thank you note and donate the whole thing to charity. It’s so nice that we don’t even pay scriptwriters to write our shows. Why? Because it’s an improv show, ya schmuck. Come to our show, it’s all I have left after my ex-wife took custody of our kids.

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Southampton Spotlights are up in arms against the current state of affairs and invite you to join them for a lunchtime foray into sketches, schisms and the end of all things sacred, tumbling downwards towards the start of something far less palatable.

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