Intrinsically linked to Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the Pleasance has an outpost in Islington as well as a home in Edinburgh come August's Fringe fest. While its Edinburgh venues (26 in total) come alive during the summer, the Islington Pleasance plugs away all year round turning out new productions and hosting hot comic talent. Graham Norton, Al Murray, Harry Enfield, Bill Bailey and Harry Hill have all made regular appearances here while comic wannabes are often found trying out new material before heading up north. Theatre productions tend toward the innovative and socially pertinent with mixed results.
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A new play from Sketty Theatre that looks at the darker side of football. Behind all that money and glamour there are players suffering from depression and anxiety and 'Result' tells this side of the story through a series of young footballers in their...Tue April 21st 2015 - Sun May 17th 2015Read more