Assembly Roxy Listings

Upcoming shows at the Assembly Roxy

Assembly Roxy
Assembly Roxy, 2 Roxburgh Place, EH8 9SU. Phone booking: 0131 623 3030
Website: www.assemblyfestival.com/roxy/

Assembly Roxy

As Scotland emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic, the Assembly Roxy has re-opened in line with Scottish government guidance.

The decommissioned church is the year-round Edinburgh home of Assembly Festival. It has three main spaces. Roxy Upstairs is a theatre space with raked seating for up to 169 audience members and Roxy Downstairs is a more intimate studio space seating up to 60 people. Roxy Central retains the building’s original features with added stage and a bar areas. It is a flexible space, seating up to 250.

Click on the name of the show or the Book Here link to go to its ticketing site.

You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown
Wed 6 – Sun 10 Oct 2021
Evening: 7.30pm; Mats Sat/Sun: 2pm.
Charles Schulz’s beloved comic comes to life in Happy Sad Productions take on Clark Gesner’s classic musical. The whole gang is here: bossy Lucy is hopelessly in love with piano prodigy Schroeder who doesn’t give her the time of day, perfectionist Sally is still mocking blanket-toting Linus, Snoopy is in the doghouse, and “blockhead,” himself, Charlie Brown, is in rare form. Book here.

The Grandmothers Grimm
Sat 9 Oct 2021
Evening: 7.30pm.
Some Kind of Theatre explore women’s role in the creation of the Brothers Grimm’s famous anthology in a night of folk and fairy tales as you’ve never heard them before. Cannibalism, werewolf trials, deceit, and murder… Marie Hassenpflug and the Brothers Grimm are editing the darkness out of old stories. Little by little, the voices of the storytellers who created the tales are eroded away. What will be saved and what will be forgotten? Book here.

Moon Fly Rehearsed Readings
Fri 22 Oct 2021
Evening: 7.30pm.
Moon Fly Theatre Company are back with two new pieces of writing performed script-in-hand. Wasps by Cameron Forbes – A powerful and humorous monologue about grief, mothers, and wasps and Fast Train Approaching by Sean Dennis Langtree – Three people stand on a train platform. Will any of them see what is coming? Book here.

The Dock Brief
Mon 15 Nov 2021
Lunchtime: 1pm.
Rapture Theatre returns with its lunchtime one-acts: Rapture Bites. What happens when a bumbling murderer meets an even more ineffectual barrister? Budgie fancier Herbbert Fowle (Glyn Pritchard) is on trial for killing his wife because she laughed too much. His only hope rests with Morgenhall (John Bett), a court appointed barrister. Book here.

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