Click on the links below to find performance times and links to buy tickets via the Fringe website. The Fringe is entirely e-ticketed this year, so we won't be selling tickets in the Meeting House, and you'll need to show e-ticket confirmations on devices or a printout.

Heroes, Revised

Majk Stokes

What defines a hero in the 21st century? Is it machismo and the ability to rescue people from burning buildings, or can we re-think what we mean by heroism to take in compassion, common sense, activism and doing the jobs that need to be done? Is it protecting your country, or protecting your planet? In the 2020’s, does it take a certain amount of heroism just to get through the day? Join Quaker environmentalist, comedy singer-songwriter and poet Majk Stokes as he explores war, peace, religion, the environment, Marvel superhero movies and trainspotting to find out.

£7, £5 concessions from Fringe website. All proceeds from ticket sales go to charity.

The Lost letters

Newbury Youth Theatre

Love, friendship and forgotten messages connect people across warzones, internet scams and shines a light on industrial action in heaven in these heart-warming modern fables for older children and their families

(age range 8 and older)


Full price £10. Concession £8. Family £32.

Songs from the Southside

Beth Clarke

Beth writes and sings songs about all sorts of things: the trials of lockdown, relationships that work – and ones that don’t – and lesser-known minor deities. And cats – she really loves cats – but she surprised herself last year by writing a song about dogs. She loves to laugh, so there will definitely be some humour along the way. She also loves a poignant song, so you’ll be treated to a few of those too. She never could master the guitar, which mangled her fingers, but she has managed to get to grips – at least somewhat – with a gorgeously mellow mandola.


Charity gig by donation (CASH ONLY!) - £7 suggested.

Meet the playright

Michael Mears

Michael Mears will be talking about his play, The Mistake, which is on at Venue 36, theSpace.

1942. On an abandoned squash court, a dazzling scientific experiment takes place that three years later will destroy a city and change the world forever... Told through the lives of a brilliant Hungarian scientist, a daring American pilot and a devoted Japanese daughter.