2020 REPLAY

Our GREATEST HUTS from Shedinburgh 2020 will be available to stream on demand for a limited period only from 22 February to 22 March. 

50% of the profits from ticket sales will go directly into the pockets of the artists who performed in the shed and 50% of the profits will go directly to the SHED LOAD OF FUTURE FUND a fund to support new artists to bring their work to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

HOW IT WORKS

Tickets start at £4 but just like last year, you can pay more if you wish. If you are watching with multiple people, please consider making a payment per person when you purchase a ticket. Once you have selected the show you would like to watch you will purchase your ticket through TicketCo.

Once you have purchased a ticket, you will receive an email with a link that will grant you access to the stream at any point up to 22 March. Once you start watching, you will only have 48 hours access to the stream.

THE GREATEST HUTS

THEATRE

McGONAGALL'S
CHRONICLES

Gary McNair

 A tragic comedy from three time Fringe First winner Gary McNair which tells the incredible true story of the inimitable late Dundonian poet – Sir William Topaz McGonagall.

THEATRE

STATUS

Chris Thorpe

STATUS is a show about someone who doesn’t want his any more. About running away from the national story you’re given. About who is responsible for that story and what might happen to it if you give it up.

THEATRE

FRAGMENTS OF HOME

Annie George

Beyond family memories of her writer grandfather in Kerala, who died before India’s Independence from British rule, Annie George connects his story to her own, as first generation immigrant to the UK.

THEATRE

TEAM VIKING

James Rowland

Inspired by the 1958 Kirk Douglas movie Vikings, Tom’s last wish was to be given a full viking burial. This is the remarkable, hilarious, heart-lifting tale of how James and Sarah went and gave their best mate the send-off he wanted.

THEATRE

THE ARCHIVE OF EDUCATED HEARTS

Casey Jay

An award-winning production crafted from verbatim stories of families facing breast cancer. Scrawled diary entries & dog-eared photo albums unfold to reveal a delicate glimpse into the fragments of absolute joy and incomprehensible heartbreak that make up a lifetime. 

THEATRE

LABELS

Joe Sellman Leva

LABELS is a funny, moving story about heritage, migration and family. Charting a childhood in Devon, resurgent nationalism and a global refugee crisis, LABELS tries to answer everyone’s favourite question: “where are you from?”

POETRY /
SPOKEN WORD

SEARCH PARTY

Inua Ellams

Award-winning poet and playwright Inua Ellams (Barber Shop Chronicles, The Half-God of Rainfall, Three Sisters) brings his special, audience-led poetry event to SHEDINBURGH.

THEATRE

MY ARM

Tim Crouch

Tim Crouch’s first play, MY ARM, is a teasingly profound, award-winning story about a boy who puts one arm above his head and never takes it down. It opened in Edinburgh in 2003 and has toured on and off ever since.

COMEDY

LIVING RENT FREE IN YOUR SHED

Chloe Petts

As seen on Dave’s HYPOTHETICAL and heard on BBC Radio 5 Live, join Chloe Petts in LIVING RENT FREE IN YOUR SHED, a stand up/ chat show hybrid in which Petts makes the case that she should be the new Ellen.

COMEDY

BIG DADDY AND BABY HELEN

Rosie Jones & Helen Bauer

‘Wickedly Funny’ Rosie Jones and ‘slick, sassy and super satisfying’ Helen Bauer get together for a double bill packed with jokes, mischief and probably, a bit of beef.

POETRY / SPOKEN WORD

BACK OF THE HEAD WITH A BRICK

Sean Mahony

Taking place during one long day in London, BACK OF THE HEAD WITH A BRICK is a dark comedy about wanting to love as much you can, express yourself as much as you’re able, while keeping defense mechanisms that helped you survive intact.

COMEDY

WACKY RACISTS

Sophie Duker

After a year of sell-out shows across the country, Sophie Duker is back with WACKY RACISTS, serving up another melanin-rich comedy milkshake for your delectation and delight. Featuring a whole KEMAH BOB! An entire KEN CHENG! A complete FATIHA EL-GHORRI!

THEATRE

DEBORAH FRANCES-WHITE ROLLS THE DICE

Deborah Frances-White

Deborah Frances-White was adopted as a new-born baby. One day she stumbled across some information about her birth mother and went on a gripping treasure hunt, drawn into her past like a magnet. This is her true and surprising Writers Guild Award winning story.

THEATRE

WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT

performed by Tobias Menzies

No rehearsals. No director. No set… well there’ll be a shed. The play you’re about to see is sealed inside an envelope. The actor who’s going to perform has never seen it. We double dare you not to Google this play. Take a chance. Join the actors. Once you start, you’ve got to finish. No matter what.