Ay Up, Hitler! – theSpace @ Surgeons Hall #Offies 2023 #NewNoms: #OffFest Edinburgh Fringe

Year of Nomination:
Ay Up, Hitler!
Gamma Ray Theatre

  • Christopher Hawley says:

    One of the funniest and politically aware shows at the Fringe

  • Hannah says:

    Saw this show and was amazed at how well it was portrayed

  • Cathryn Allen says:

    Original script and production with a relevant, contemporary message within.
    All of the young actors put everything they had into their performances, with nuanced and persuasive portrayals.
    Be good to see it travel elsewhere.

  • Stuart Stephens says:

    A well deserved nomination. We need theatre like this! A brave satirical piece that isn’t afraid to take risks. A strong message and with the added bonus of being bloody hilarious, until it hits you with THAT ending

  • Alec Sleigh says:

    Ay Up Winner!

  • Tony Neal says:

    ‘You can’t possibly say things like that these days …’ is the immediate reaction from most people. You can. They did, and it was fabulous. Can’t wait for the sequel, the musical, the movie and the TV sitcom!

  • Kitsch Theatre says:

    Equal parts hilarious and equal parts thought-provoking. A really excellent satire that I’m sure will travel to other places. We loved it!

  • Serena says:

    Brilliantly written! What a great show

  • Lizzie D says:

    Really hope this show has a life beyond the Fringe as it totally deserves it. Who’d of thought a show that has Hitler dressed as a Yorkshireman would be so thought provoking, challenging and unsettling (in the best possible way)

    The way this show plays with the audience is nothing short of genius. Oh and it’s also really funny

  • Jim Jackson says:

    Honestly the best thing we saw at Fringe. It was biting, hilarious and so refreshingly satirical in a time where most people seem to have forgotten that satire exists. Fab show

  • Stacie MacAlroy says:

    The sort of show that makes you sit forward and really pay attention. It didn’t spoon feed the audience, so you had to really be paying attention. I love that though. Such a powerful and thought provoking show

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