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Semi-Toned Presents: A Study in Burgundy

Semi-Toned Presents: A Study in Burgundy

Set in the wonderfully open, socially-distanced and drinks-to-your-seats Garden Theatre of theSpaceuk’s Symposium Hall, the a capella group Semi-Toned return to the Fringe with fifty minutes of sheer joy and silliness. 

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Somebody Special – The Aca-Betrayal
Somebody Special – The Aca-Betrayal

This twelve-strong company are enthusiastic, bright young things who sing, sway and beat-box with gr… 

1919-2019 Art Blakey’s Centennial: Valery Ponomarev Quintet
1919-2019 Art Blakey’s Centennial: Valery Ponomarev Quintet

In an interview with Art Blakey in 1987, the renowned drummer took a moment to ponder his brief yet … 

Choir of Man
Choir of Man

A poetic and poignant piece of storytelling; Choir of Man hit all the right notes in a story of brot… 

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The Lion King

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Frozen the Musical

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Moulin Rouge! The Musical

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Grease the Musical

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The Phantom of the Opera

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Matilda the Musical

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theSpaceUK wins the Bobby Award for its outstanding contribution to the Fringe during 2020/21

theSpaceUK wins the Bobby Award for its outstanding contribution to the Fringe during 2020/21

The Fringe didn’t happen at all last year, and with less than 500 shows, this year it’s at a fraction of its normal strength, but for the last couple of years theSpaceUK has been keeping the spirit of the Fringe alive both online and in-person. 

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Fringe Recovery Door Opens
Fringe Recovery Door Opens

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has announced that the Fringe Artist and Venue Recovery Fund i... 

theSpaceUK announces their Edinburgh Fringe Programme
theSpaceUK announces their Edinburgh Fringe Programme

Today theSpaceUK announces its 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Season with over 400 shows and the biggest new-writing programme at the Fringe... 

West End and Broadway sensation Rachel Tucker announces two intimate concerts
West End and Broadway sensation Rachel Tucker announces two intimate concerts

West End and Broadway sensation Rachel Tucker makes her debut at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe in two intimate concerts at the Pleasance... 

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With over 64000 tickets sold, it’s farewell to this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe from theSpaceUK

With over 64000 tickets sold, it’s farewell to this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe from theSpaceUK

As the August rain turns to September sunshine, theSpaceUK says farewell to Edinburgh for another year with everyone soon heading home for a well-deserved rest.  

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Army@TheFringe Celebrates Success Under New Command
[email protected] Celebrates Success Under New Command

Brigadier Ben Wrench continues the work done by his predecessors in promoting the [email protected] as ... 

theSpaceUK wins the Bobby Award for its outstanding contribution to the Fringe during 2020/21
theSpaceUK wins the Bobby Award for its outstanding contribution to the Fringe during 2020/21

The Fringe didn’t happen at all last year, and with less than 500 shows, this year it’s at a fra... 

Beyond the lights and laughter - Edinburgh amongst the Fringe!
Beyond the lights and laughter - Edinburgh amongst the Fringe!

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe  is now hitting the halfway mark for this year and although limit... 

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Francesca Moody Talks the Shedinburgh Festival Fringe

Francesca Moody Talks the Shedinburgh Festival Fringe

Olivier Award-winning producer and co-director of the Shedinburgh Festival Fringe Francesca Moody sits down to discuss bringing Shedinburgh back for a second year, her love of the Edinburgh Fringe itself and whether or not digital performances are th… 

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The Highs and Lows of Flyering at the Fringe: Interview with a Professional Flyerer
The Highs and Lows of Flyering at the Fringe: Interview with a Professional Flyerer

Handing out flyers on the street is one of the most famously unpleasant parts of putting on a show at the Fringe... 

​Will Pickvance, Piano Whisperer, on the Anatomy of the Piano (for Beginners)
​Will Pickvance, Piano Whisperer, on the Anatomy of the Piano (for Beginners)

Will Pickvance returns to the Fringe this year with his whimsical Anatomy of the Piano (for Beginners), an anatomical lecture about the piano... 

A Capella Radio Special: All The Kings Men & The Magnets
A Capella Radio Special: All The Kings Men & The Magnets

A capella is something of a phenomenon at the Edinburgh Fringe. Some groups start at colleges and universities and become fringe staples, while others have been performing for 30 years or more... 

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Fringe Festival Pub Crawl 3: Old Town North

Fringe Festival Pub Crawl 3: Old Town North

The third of our pub crawls, the Old Town North trail has an extensive list of both core and optional bars to choose from. 

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Edinburgh Barstar of the Day: Sam Leishman
Edinburgh Barstar of the Day: Sam Leishman

The final day! Richard's alcohol-fueled quest to find Edinburgh's best bar staff ends up at WestRoom, where he found Sam Leishman, a 20 year old Guinness drinker with a passion for mixology. 

Edinburgh Barstar of the Day: Gavin Robertson
Edinburgh Barstar of the Day: Gavin Robertson

Richard didn't stumble far from yesterday's bar, Foundry 39, as just a few yards up Charlotte Lane he fell into Sygn, a trendy retro-style cocktail bar & diner where Edinburgh Barstar of the Day, Gavin Robertson, who after crossing the globe revealed he now wants to settle down. 

Edinburgh Barstar of the Day: Sarah Brown
Edinburgh Barstar of the Day: Sarah Brown

Tucked on the corner of Queensferry Street and Charlotte Lane you'll find the ultra-hip bar and eatery, Foundry 39... 

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A Well-Versed Cello

A Well-Versed Cello

From Irish laments to tango, and Bach again, Kenneth Wilson plays a magical selection of immersive music on the cello. 

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When These Rocks Were Still Young
When These Rocks Were Still Young

An immersive journey through music and film into the magnificent and ancient landscapes of Scotland,… 

Better Not Kill The Groove
Better Not Kill The Groove

The Songsmiths invite you to party to non-stop hits, a cappella style! From disco classics to Fleetw… 

Dirty Harry: Ultimate Tribute to Blondie with The Postcards (Special Guests)
Dirty Harry: Ultimate Tribute to Blondie with The Postcards (Special Guests)

Dirty Harry not only has the original sound, feel, attitude, and full back catalogue of the band, bu…