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We're delighted that many RADA graduates and staff are presenting work at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Scroll to find out more information and book tickets, listed in order of start date.

If you are a RADA graduate or staff member who would like to see your show listed below, please contact

Unforgettable Girl
presented by Elisabeth Gunawan
Pleasance Courtyard - Beneath
3.40pm, 2-28 August

Money can't buy love, but £19.99/month can get you a mail-order bride directly from the wasteland of Asian stereotypes. Follow her journey as she strives to become unforgettable, but what lies beneath her shiny surface? And how is she forced to transform, destroy and rebuild herself in order to survive?

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presented by Kristin Winters
Summerhall - Red Lecture Theatre
7.15pm, 2-27 August

A brutally honest, hilarious and heartbreaking one-woman show navigating the impossibly confusing gender dynamics of modern love. Grace, a young woman hungry for affection and looking for love in all the wrong places, is forced to discover what healthy (self) love might look like.

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Alison Skilbeck's Uncommon Ground
presented by Alison Skilbeck
Assembly Rooms - Front Room
12.40pm, 3-27 August

A play about six wildly different people, coping and connecting during one year on the Common, telling their unexpected tales of love, life, death and downright dottiness, while a seventh character lurks mysteriously.

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2nd Picture of Dorian Gray
presented by Vyte Garriga
C ARTS | C venues | C aquila - temple
3.50pm, 3-12 August

Nine teenagers and one baritone saxophone invite you to a surreal cabaret of a play. Struggling to make sense of their place in an unfathomable universe, they find themselves in an hilariously pointless search for a theme for their own creative expression – only to discover that one of them may be the actual great-grandchild of eponymous narcissist Dorian Gray.

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Blossoming (You Undo Me) presented by Xun Huang
Gilded Balloon Patter Hoose - Doonstairs
Times vary, 3-13 August

Blossoming (You Undo Me) is a straightforward one-person musical about a young Chinese man growing into his queerness and yet it weaves several narrative threads and theatrical forms into a singular experience.

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Rites of Passage presented by Luntu Masiza and Olivier Van Den Hende
theSpace @Symposium Hall - Annexe
11:55am, 4-12 August

Rites of Passage is a new play about family and identity. Transporting you into isiXhosa and French cultures, this multi lingual piece, fully accessible to an English speaking audience, follows the journey of two friends retracing the stories that brought them from boyhood to manhood.

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Kissing a Fool
presented by Dylan Aiello and Scarlett Stitt
Frankenstein Pub - Bier Keller
6pm, 4-13 August

Kissing a Fool is a queer clown-cabaret musical tribute to George Michael. We speculatively dive into the pop star's psyche at the lowest point in his life: after the death of his lover and losing a public court battle, he thought he’d never write another note.

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The Ballad of Truman Capote
presented by Patrick Moy
theSpace @Niddry St - Upper Theatre (Round)
6.05pm, 4-26 August

From three-time Booker-nominated author Andrew O’Hagan (Mayflies), a cautionary tale of literary life, a hilarious a brilliant new play. New York's Plaza Hotel, 1966: the American writer Truman Capote throws the party of the century.

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The Trials of Galileo
presented by Tim Hardy
Greenside @Infirmary Street - Mint Studio
10.15am, 4-26 August

In 1634, Galileo is ordered to stand trial for heresy. Galileo never understood his differences with the Church were not about reason, logic, and scientific fact. They were about politics. When he finally came to realise this, it was too late.

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Dusk: A Bite-Size Love Story presented by Sarah Chessie
Greenside @Infirmary Street - Forest Theatre
10.15pm, 4-26 August

An original Twilight parody musical created by Morgan Kennedy with music by Daniel Ruffing, that recounts the delicate start to Edwin and Bia's immortal teenage romance like audiences have never seen before.

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This Isn't Working presented by Dan Barber
Greenside @Infirmary Street - Ivy Studio
11.05pm, 4-19 August

MI5 operative. Chancellor of the Exchequer. Grimswald Town Cryer. Navigating a series of eclectic trial shifts, painfully overqualified Sandy Surname has rethought, reskilled, and rebooted.

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Absurdocles as part of Shiny Things - Improv Party presented by Miztli Rose Neville
Just the Tonic at The Caves - Just Out of the Box
10pm, 7-13 August

An uproarious and uplifting improv party, with prizes, songs, a clown and plenty of chaotic hilarity, not to mention the UK's top improv talent making it up as they go along. This will be one party you will never forget!

presented by Peter Vickers
Greenside @Riddles Court - Clover Studio
12.30pm, 14-26 August

Set in Paris, around the time of the terror attacks, a drifter starts throwing himself into the traffic to relieve life’s frustrations while panning a "spiritual transformation". He meets three different women: Leopardskin, who has a dark ruse; the Orange Anarchist, who wants to burn; and Dreadlock Ponytail, who jogs.

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Come to Our Show (Please) presented by Apostolos Zografos
C Arts | C venues | C aquila - studio
5.30pm, 14-20 August

Two clowns, a strange land and their quest for home. Together, the clowns embark on a frantic brainstorm as to how they can transcend the language barrier and their own cultural differences in order to sell out the show so they can afford a ticket home.

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presented by Alistair Hall
Underbelly, Cowgate - Belly Laugh
2.35pm, 15-27 August

A hallucinatory tale of isolation and sexual discovery in rural Wiltshire. As childlike outsider Jimbo recalls the disappearance of his friend Declan, he is haunted by ghosts of the past and present. With a hazy grasp on reality, Jimbo searches through his fractured town for Declan – and along the way makes troubling discoveries about his own childhood.

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AXIOM: Fundamentals of A Cappella presented by Charley Strachan
Paradise in Augustines, The Sanctuary
5pm, 21-26 August

This year, AXIOM is debuting a brand-new a cappella experience which challenges conventions and expands your expectations of what’s possible in live singing. We guarantee that everything weird and wonderful you hear is created by the human voice alone.

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