31st Jul 2019 - 26th Aug 2019

Forth - Pleasance Courtyard


Suitable for ages 14 and above


This 'loud, liberating, danceable' (The Stage) production is performed by six multi instrumentalists who seamlessly integrate live music with expert storytelling.

Electrolyte is the 2018 winner of: The Mental Health Fringe Award, The Stepladder Award, The LET Award, The Voice Mag Pick of The Fringe Award and the Pleasance Best Newcomer Award.



Grab your tickets before they sell-out!


★★★★★ The Scotsman 'An immediate standing ovation'

★★★★★ Broadway Baby 'This is what it must have felt like when audiences first watched Shakespeare'  

★★★★★ Voice Mag  'A sense of powerful hope'

★★★★★ To Do List 'Unstoppable performance'

★★★★★ Three Weeks 'Resonated powerfully with it's young audience'

★★★★★ Ed Fest Mag 'Crackling with irrepressible energy, sound and movement'


Jessie’s sick of Leeds

A city she thought she would never leave 

But the aimlessness of the people 

She once believed she would always need 

Is suffocating  


Wondering whether she’s had enough 

In a dirty nightclub not too far off 

Jessie’s blinded by the light of Allie Touch 

A singer/songwriter with a taste for big ambition  

Amongst some other stuff... 


@WildcardTheatre @electrolytegig 

Important information:

This show contains distressing themes and strong language.

Open/closeReviews and Quotations

This is what it must have felt like when audiences first watched Shakespeare
5 stars
Broadway Baby
An immediate standing ovation
5 stars
A sense of powerful hope
5 stars
Voice Mag
Unstoppable performance
5 stars
To Do List
Crackling with irrepressible energy, sound and movement, Electrolyte is a brilliant production and exploration of mental health, grief and friendship
5 stars
Ed Fest Mag
Resonated powerfully with it's young audience
5 stars
Three Weeks
Loud, liberating electronica
4 stars
The Stage
...the stripped-down nature of O’Briain’s production gives things an epic feel
4 stars
The Herald
Packs an emotional punch that could floor Tyson Fury
4 stars
Scottish Daily Mail

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