Edinburgh Fringe 2022

This August, we are so excited to be bringing THREE productions to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. This includes two new musicals and a solo show at The Pleasance Courtyard and ZOO Playground. 

We will be around from the 1st until the 29th, so come and see us, and drop us a line if you'd like to chat with any of the team: theatregoya@gmail.com

We are grateful that our Edinburgh Fringe performances have been made possible through the support of The Oxford Research Centre for the Humanities, The North Wall Arts Centre, Maddy Page, and Lucy Head.

SEX WITH FRIENDS (AND OTHER TINY CATASTROPHES)

Pleasance Courtyard (Upstairs)
3rd - 28th August @ 12.40 (not 10th, 17th, 24th) 

TICKETS HERE!

Described as "the perfect balance of humour and heartbreak" ★★★★★ (Oxford Mail), this brand-new musical follows six friends as they fall in love and fall apart.

Mel needs a job. Marc doesn't believe in love. Willow is addicted to yoga. Ben would wear a hoodie to the opera. Lily has emotional problems. Jordan might have herpes.

Adjusting to city life, navigating complex relationships, figuring out who you really are – easy, right? Well, there's a reason it's called Generation Z. Because it can't get much worse than this.

DON'T SAY MACBETH

ZOO Playground (Playground 2)
5th - 28th August @ 15.35 (not 10th, 17th, 24th)

TICKETS HERE!

Come backstage for the world premiere of soon-to-be smash-hit Double Bubble: The Musical. That’s right. It’s Macbeth from the perspective of the three witches. Unfortunately, things aren’t going to plan. The composers have stolen the songs, the performers have forgotten their lines and the technical team are technically incompetent. In under one hour, can this company ruin music and Macbeth for a generation? Join us as we crash through the canon of musical theatre and find out what happens when the hurlyburly’s done. Under rehearsed, under slept and under extreme duress, GOYA presents a musical catastrophe.



DON'T SHOOT THE ALBATROSS

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ZOO Playground (Playground 2)
21st - 28th August @ 18.05 

TICKETS HERE!

Pop music meets poetry in this new monologue about city lights, queer night life and large seafaring birds. Blending music, dance, and stand up, it tells a provocative story about one young person trying to answer impossible questions like: why am I like this? Who made buses so expensive? And, are the straights ok?

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