Tucked in between the bustling pubs of the grassmarket is the capital's home of dance and its latest exhibition, Dance Base Unwrapped.
A charming, funny and touching interactive video installation, Family Portrait by Natasha Gilmore’s Barrowland Ballet features Natasha herself as mother and single parent and her…
Are you ready to explore the night with Dance Base’s immersive late-night exhibition? Linked with Dance Base unwrapped, the experience will include the work of Fran.
Sit down by the telephone, pick it up… and experience a unique theatrical and literary moment with a French actor, talking from Paris city! Inspired by the deliciously old-fashio…
What makes us all champions? What are we dealing with in our personal lives? Do we ever stop and deal with our vulnerabilities? Champions is an emotional performance installation t…
The Wild Unfeeling World is an ingenious bit of storytelling; not only is it an innovative and eccentric reimagining of Moby Dick, but a stunning example of a wonderfully modern ap…
Casey Jay Andrews, resplendent in red dungarees in an intimate venue of her own creation, begins by reminding us pointedly that in her show she is not an actor but will “remain a…
As part of his work on a film, Yorkshire composer Gavin Bryars recorded a homeless man’s song in 1971.
A woman twirls endlessly, casting trails of pleasure, while another rebuilds beauty among the fall and collapse of her storm.
Presented by Indigenous Contemporary Scene, performance-based installation This Time Will Be Different denounces the Canadian government’s discourse on Indigenous people and takes …
I need to preface with this review with a disclaimer – this is either a one-star or a five-star show, depending on your sense of humour.
Did you know there are over 3,000 shows at the Fringe, dozens of incredible international acts at the “proper” Festival and a growing ecosystem of arts events around town this Augu…
The Design Informatics Pavilion is a pop-up exhibition space designed by biomorphis architects featuring a range of objects and experiences that invite you to step into the future.
When did you turn 21? In this ambitious video installation, Mats Staub explores how world history is mirrored in personal memories.
British comedy’s leading (only) homage to ITV Nightscreen returns to Edinburgh, with an all-new show for 2019.
Genders and non-genders, come plunge your human meat gloves into this zeitgeist pavlova as you gently take each other delicately by the frontal cortex and we all ascend into the sp…
A sensory series of visual, sonic and kinetic installations inspired by blanket bog in the Scottish highlands, Cryptic take you on a captivating journey to Caithness and Sutherland…
"People are amazing, aren’t they?" So asks a lone voice in the darkness.
Darkfield – creators of last years Séance – have brought their shipping container back to Summerhall for their latest aeronautically themed immersive audio performance, Flight…
This art exhibition highlights one of the world’s most pressing environmental problems: the inability of humankind to effectively cope with the disposal of the vast amounts of ho…
Did you know there are over 3000 shows at the Fringe, dozens of incredible international acts at the ‘proper’ Festival and a growing ecosystem of arts events around town this Augus…
A 1960s caravan housing a left-luggage Museum.
A street art opera.
Assembly’s foray into digital entertainment returns after last year’s debut of the exhibition with more cutting-edge technology and a fantastic representation of how it can int…
GENARATTIVE is a multicultural, multidisciplinary and multinational design think-tank.
At Gorilla, we’ve always said that Perfume is Art.
At the age of 36, Franz Kafka sat down to write a letter to his father that would never be sent.
After sold out residencies at The Brooklyn Art Library (Brooklyn NY) and The Sekrit Theater (Austin TX), Invulnerable Nothings presents the (un)Staged Reading series alongside Howa…
Within his immaculate MI5-style office set up as an escape room experience for up to ten people, Agent November offers willing accomplices the opportunity to take on the role of sp…
A specific electronic machine is created in order to catch the inner vibrations produced by plants drinking water.
Discover this award-winning triptych video installation in the tranquil beauty of Greyfriars Kirk – a haven in the festival city.
Explore an interactive playground, where art meets tech.
by the events of Sophocles’ Antigone, Greek theatre veterans Actors of Dionysus
chose to examine the actions of two women who are unable to explain the whereabouts of …
Embassy Court’s time-travelling cocktail bar is visiting the future.
7090 are the hosts of a playground full of music, films and installations.
Through the use of film projection, plays, and music by Justyna Ponikowska, 7090 and Hana present a concert about the malleability of meaning.
The sun has set and across the shimmery water two majestic figures serenely move.
Hosted at Spectrum, ‘Behind the Beats’ explores the movements and scenes over the last 50 years that have been defined by the fashion, music and stories associated with them.
This is an exhibition of abstract sculpture situated on and around a farmyard in a mid-Sussex rural setting.
An enthralling exhibition based on a year-long collaboration between a photographer and a poet.
What are you connected to? How does it feel to be connected? When do we feel connected? Touch is a durational event that explores connection, memory and the passing of time at the …
Two large basement rooms in Summerhall have been transformed into a remarkable installation and immersive theatre, musical, video, sound, and light performance area.
To start with – a confession.
Following 2015’s ‘outstanding’ five-star review (Edinburgh49.
Northern Irish master of surreal nonsense and bohemian clownarchist.
A 10 minute injection of comedy for £1! The most intimate venue at the Fringe.
When a remote lighthouse is attacked by a dangerous band of wreckers and vagabonds only one of the keepers escapes alive Joining forces with the sole survivor of a shipwreck, the p…
Set sail for adventures galore.
We know more about the Moon than we do about the ocean floor.
I originally held out much hope for this production from How to Deal with Rude and Unruly Women, however being there was like serving a prison sentence.
Embassy Court’s time-travelling cocktail bar returns to celebrate this modernist building’s 80th birthday.
Imagine the sounds of the seasons transformed into music.
Numbers, symbols, synchronicity, a key, a door, dimensions, sentient life - what is reality? A glimpse into space/time and my perception of the Universe.
A unique 1:1 scale replica of a Jubilee Line tube carriage, with the interior and exterior covered in a printed vinyl wrap, featuring the graphic artwork of Andy Seize, who experim…
We are on the border between England and Scotland, life and death, fluid and solid.
This is a show I really wanted to enjoy; each part of the production tries very hard to achieve an ambitious vision, but don’t quite make it.
Dorothy, part of the Wendy House Trilogy, is a humour-infused adaptation of The Wizard of Oz written by Greg and Joe Allen and directed by Joe Allen.
Peter is the first show in The Wendy House Trilogy produced by Jealous Whale Theatre.
Set in the Spanish war, The Night Watch is a gripping period drama.
Brought to the fringe by multi-talented Jethro Compton, The Clock Strikes Noon (along with the rest of the Frontier trilogy) is not to be missed.
The Secret Garden from Not Cricket Productions is a faithful and on-the-whole, effective, adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic tale.
Jethro Compton, formerly the driving force behind Belt Up Theatre, has certainly earned his household name at the Fringe, bringing shows of consistent quality for years - notably w…
The Rattlesnake’s Kiss, part of Jethro Compton’s Frontier Trilogy, is an all-round masterclass in what theatre at the Fringe can be.
Waking Beauty is a new take on the traditional fairy story of Sleeping Beauty set in a re-purposed circular room papered with stencils and pasted pages of old books, fairy lights, …
Mum and Dad are out and it is time for a bedtime story with a twist.
A Bohemian Banquet.
Young Curators from Fife College worked with Kirkcaldy Galleries in Fife during the Artist Rooms: Diane Arbus exhibition.
Summerhall’s Meadow Galleries hosts the first Unlimited Exhibition: a collection of ambitious visual and mixed media installations by outstanding disabled artists.
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It’s not just its funky shops and the beach.
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