2019 Edinburgh Fringe

Witch Hunt

  • Comedy (60 minutes)
Witch Hunt

Following their award-winning show Enter The Dragons, A&E Comedy return with a surreal and darkly hilarious brouhaha directed by Cal McCrystal. These coven-ready weird sisters will be brewing a cautionary tale for our time as they ask who really holds the power in a world where the witches are hunting and predators have become the prey. Winner of Best Show at Brighton Fringe 2017. Guardian top pick at Edinburgh Fringe 2018 for Enter The Dragons. ***** (FunnyWomen.com). ***** (BroadwayBaby.com). ***** (Skinny). 'Totally unapologetic, brilliantly outrageous' ***** (ThreeWeeks). 'Gleefully improper fun' (Guardian).

Featuring

Performances

Date Time Venue
31st Jul 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
1st Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
2nd Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
3rd Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
4th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
5th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
6th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
7th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
8th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
9th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
10th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
11th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
12th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
14th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
15th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
16th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
17th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
18th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
19th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
20th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
21st Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
22nd Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
23rd Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
24th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
25th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
26th Aug 17:30 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)

Reviews

Press articles

Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards: interview

Following their award-winning show Enter The Dragons, A&E Comedy return with a surreal and darkly hilarious brouhaha directed by Cal McCrystal.

Keira Brown, The Fountain, 22nd August 2019

50 unmissable shows at the 2019 Fringe

We've picked out 50 - yes, fifty - of the offbeat, less mainstream offerings from this years jumbo Edinburgh Fringe line-up. Also, look out for our reviews article once the festival kicks off!

Rupert & Stuart, To Do List, 31st July 2019

Interview: Witch Hunt

Emma was obsessed with flamenco dancers as a child. She drew them constantly and is still very fond of polka dots and stamping. At 3 years old Abigail painted her cat, literally.

Tom Inniss, Voice Magazine, 25th July 2019

The female stories you need to hear at Edinburgh Fringe

Who are you looking forward to seeing at Edinburgh Fringe 2019?

Holly Mosley, Female First, 18th July 2019

+3 interview: Witch Hunt

"Stylistically we use clown/bouffon to elevate the surreal, grotesque and macabre nature of the material. We also use magic, rude limericks and nudity to get our points across and for cheap laughs."

Dan Lentell, Edinburgh49, 17th July 2019

Witch Hunt comes to Fringe From A&E Comedy

Who really holds the power in a world where the witches are now the hunters ... and the predators are now the prey?

Broadway World, 25th June 2019

Edinburgh preview: Witch Hunt at Pleasance Dome

Following their 2018 award winning show Enter The Dragons, A&E Comedy's Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards return with a spell-binding, surreal and darkly hilarious tale, directed by Cal McCrystal.

Theatre Weekly, 23rd June 2019

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