2016 Programme

It's not the Fringe at the moment, but here's a list of the shows we had on in previous years.
Players TOKYO
Solo Shakespeare, Macbeth: Hecate’s Poison
16th - 20th August
20:30 (21:30)
The Sorries
The Sorries
8th -13th, 15th - 20th, 22nd -27th August
16:30 (17:30)
Syracuse University Department of Drama
Who Killed Pablo Neruda? (A Poet's Journey)
8th - 13th August
20:20 (21:30)
Newbury Youth Theatre
Fairies and Dragons of the Desolate Plain
8th - 13th August
14:30 (15:30)
Abingdon and Witney College
Yoggle and the Wonderful Waterfall
15th - 20th August
12:40 (13.40)
The Peoples Theatre
Five Kinds of Silence
22nd - 27th August
18:30 (19:45)
CCM Theatre with Manic Music Productions Ltd
Bump
9th - 13th August
13:15 (13.40)
Manic Music Productions Ltd, Original Ink and CCM
Madeline and Joe
8th - 12th August
18:15 (19:00)
Flatpacktheatre with Big Blue Egg Productions
The Handmaidens of Death - WW1 Theatre of Its Time
22nd - 27th August
14.30 (15.30)
CCM Theatre and Manic Music Productions Ltd
Van Helsing's Music Box
8th - 12th August
19.10 (19.50)
Off World Productions
The Magic Cave of Salamanca
22nd - 27th August
20:30 (21:30)
Cancer Out Loud in association with Cancer Research UK
Your Choice
8th - 13th August
15:30 (16:30)
Elinor Evans
Craig House
6th August
19:30 (20:45)
Luath Press
ScotlandFest2016
22nd - 26th August 2016
Session A - 13:45 (15:00) : Session B - 15:30 (16:45) : Session C - 17.15 (18.30)
Just Festival
Series of Evening Conversations
8th - 12th, 15th - 19th August
19:30 (21.00)
Majk and Friends
Make Tea not War
28th and 29th August
19:00 (21:00)
Majk Stokes
Mad Hatter's Tea Party
13th, 17th, and 19th August
18.30 (19.30)
Rising Phoenix Repertory
One for the Road by Harold Pinter
23rd - 27th August
13.15 (13.55)
Just Festival
Talk - What should schools teach pupils about sex?
9 August
17.30 (18.30)
Just Festival
Talks
23rd - 24th August
19:30 (21:00)