Long Long Long Live

Comedy (new writing, theatre)

  • Accessibility:
    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    May not apply to all performances. You'll find more information about accessibile performances and how to book tickets in the accessibility tab below.
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years


Born from our own frustrations, this somewhat tragicomedy invites you to laugh at the irony of our cost of living crisis and the most expensive funeral in the past century. Come into the world of three short plays all happening on that same day, and glimpse at the stories of everyday people, just like you. We guarantee relatable comedy, a love story and even an original song. New writing. New creatives. New perspectives.

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General venue access

  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible entry: Information not supplied
  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

  • Stairs: 20+
    Number of stairs is provided as guidance and is not in addition to any wheelchair access type (lift/ramp etc) stated above.

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Serena Lehman 42 days ago

A very well written, well acted piece. I thoroughly enjoyed it! Makes you reflect while also making you laugh - what you want from any good piece of art. Go see it!

Julia Thurston 42 days ago

A very well written and beautifully performed piece following three stories on one day. Very relatable, funny, thought-provoking and at times heartwarming! Absolutely worth a watch this year

Flagman 42 days ago

This play is a solid fringe option. A really good collection of short plays that look mostly at class struggles on a personal level. Nothing too different or mind blowing but worth seeing if you want a nice bit of theatre.

Sam Waters 43 days ago

Tiny space but a show that makes it feel huge!!
Great writing that feels like a slice of british life and is brought to life in mesmerising, fun, thoughtful and layered performances from three up and coming actors who have a great road ahead of them.
Definitely one to watch, would 100% recommend for anyone who wants to see young artists establishing themselves with great new writing

Philip McDermott 44 days ago

Fantastic show; Showing the political divide and cultural divide we are all currently living in today.
Actor and actresses are phenomenally present within the work, and I found myself amazed at how quickly they were changing their characters. Must see !

Sarah Hirsch 45 days ago

The amazing trio of actors transported me into each different setting seamlessly and brilliantly! Their emotions and characters read clearly, making me laugh and cry!
One moment I felt I was sitting in my living room watching a sitcom and the next I was stuck on the tube with them!
Wonderful performance, I can’t recommend it enough.

Lucy Geragthy 47 days ago

Wow. Amazing acting by all 3 performers that manage to transform seamlessly into different characters. Brilliant piece of new writing that's witty and profound. A very well constructed piece. Thoroughly enjoyed it. One of my top picks out of what I've seen at the fringe this year!

Daniel 47 days ago

A fantastic show from start to finish. Three lovely pieces of writing complimented perfectly with very strong acting performances from all three of the talented actors. Best thing i’ve seen at the Fringe so far!

Audience 47 days ago

Found them flyering on the mile, took a chance and don’t regret it. Very impressed. The way the actors played different characters and make them believable was superb. Three enjoyable plays, that were very funny. Different and refreshing to the few shows I’ve seen so far at the fringe

Anthony 47 days ago

A hidden gem. 3 separate plays in 1, all happening on the day of the queens funeral. Best acting I’ve seen at the fringe. Thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. Lots of laughs. Could benefit from a bigger audience. A must see.

Audience Member 48 days ago

Original concept of combining three mini plays into the one show though I would think of a clearer common theme for them + in my humble opinion, the first one seemed not to match as good as a second and third in the whole picture. Nonetheless, actors managed to create three separate micro worlds and showed me enagging stories which have made me laugh and reflect. Challenging thing about the acting here was also necessity of performing different characters by one actor and generally it was done smoothly. What I missed in the show, is her Majesty the Queen herself, I've expected more about the persona.

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