Ines Wurth presents

Trainspotting is the story of Mark Renton and his friends, living through the Edinburgh heroin scene of the 80s. Harry Gibson’s original stage adaptation, written before it became the famous blockbuster film, was instantly successful and controversial, and won the Sunday Times Award for Best New Play. For this 21st anniversary production, In Your Face Theatre’s Scottish cast have created a snappy and vibrant affirmation of the power and humour of the piece.

This no-holds-barred immersive, in-yer-face theatre production left Irvine Welsh feeling “blown away” – for avid fans this is a must, and if you’ve never read the book or seen the film: this is your ticket to a ride you won’t soon forget. The audience are literally part of the action, including the notorious ‘worst toilet in Scotland’ scene. 

Seven sell-out Fringe seasons – early booking recommended! Choose life.

Ever asked yourself, “How did I end up in this position, I was just trying to be nice?” 

It happens a lot!

You know those people who tell you to aim for the moon and you’ll land on the stars? Yeah, those people are a@#holes.

Here for the first time in Edinburgh, part stand up, part confessor, and always awkward, Christina Jobe explains how to ridiculously fail in Hollywood.

Beginning with her Conservative Christian upbringing to filming people filming porn, accidentally going on a date with a septuagenarian, 
narrowly escaping the perilous grasp of a holistic nutritionist, 
with a smattering of opioids along the way, this show explores how what you get is rarely what you want. IMC Productions