After a string of sell-out Fringe shows, Durham University’s award-winning mixed a cappella group are back with their most impressive show yet.
Ruciteme Karyenda Culture de Buyenzi is a group of Burundian drummers.
Moonlight on Leith, by Emilie Robson and Laila Noble, at theSpaceTriplex is inspired by the ‘Save Leith Walk’ campaign; a grassroots movement seeking to preserve the historic s…
Three lads have certain things in common.
A trio of new plays, presented digitally, by Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group.
Marking the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking 1969 minimalist compositions of Philip Glass (born in 1937), a performance at the Wells-Kennedy organ in St Andrew’s and St Georg…
A contemporary reimagining of classic horror characters.
Josh and Isabella are childhood sweethearts.
A remarkably vivid picture of one merciless family and three desperate lives.
Take a deep dive into the minds of a group of children.
A clever, conversational creation which examines differing experiences and attitudes to feminism, misogyny and the patriarchal structures which limit women in society.
A man and a woman are living in a refugee camp.
Workshopped with young people from PQA Glasgow’s afternoon academy, Lewis Carroll’s classic quirky fairy tale is retold through the eyes of Glaswegian teenagers.
Workshopped with young people from PQA Glasgow’s morning academy, Lewis Carroll’s classic quirky fairy tale is retold through the eyes of Glaswegian teenagers.
The Moment symbolises the longing to preserve childhood innocence that we experience as we move through life.
‘The line of the machine.
Julia Krone presents recent paintings on canvas, limited edition silk screen and Giclée prints, greeting cards and luxury art cushions.
Angus, Bylgja and Michael are almost cool but not quite.
‘The writing is fabulously blackly comic and timed to perfection’ (Deirdre O’Halloran, Literary Associate Soho Theatre).
The world-renowned Theatre Hooam makes a welcome return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with the award-winning Black and White Tea Room.
When things are coming to an end, the best thing to do is to go back to the beginning.
26 Pebbles is the story of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on December 14, 2012, and the 26 innocent lives taken.
Scotland’s own Soul Nation Rock Choir are back again with a sizzling hot show to lift you even higher and higher.
When a mismatched group of rebellious young art students are tasked with another mundane project, they are inspired to do something different.
The Weegies are back! This time with another new Scottish comedy spectacular! After their sold-out run last year, the boys have returned with a bigger, better and funnier show! For…
In Papaya, the illusion of the West is bloodied with false promises and red wine.
Philosophy student Chloe discovers she has chlamydia and, in the interest of economising, decides to throw a party to announce the news to all of her ex-lovers.
Porn is a musical that aims to show the emotional side of those working in the adult film industry.
Master of Cretan lute George Xylouris and Jim White (Dirty Three), a most innovative and charismatic drummer, are creating a musical duo.
Up the dark, dark stairs, upon the bloody gallows of soft rock, through the oubliette of cheese, into the torture chamber of disco, you are welcomed to the Late Night Pop Dungeon.
Svelt, intelligent, adorable balladeer trapped inside the body of an oversized, oft-bearded folk ogre.
American wanderer Julie Byrne’s second album, Not Even Happiness, vividly archives what would have otherwise been lost to the road – bustling roadside diners, the stars over the …
Electronic artist from the UK and one half of F*ck Buttons.
For anyone unfamiliar with Sarah Kane’s work, the first reaction is often shock.
A live eclectic ballad of works from pioneers of the contemporary Scottish music scene.
Since bursting onto the Madrid DIY scene, Hinds – Ana Perrote, Carlotta Cosials, Ade Martin and Amber Grimbergen – have mastered a raw and playful sound all their own.
Sierra is a high-energy modern dance work centered around a soloist working against the core group.
Under the direction of Brian Feigenbaum, Lawrence Academy Dance returns for its fifth Fringe.
Erich and Ada are separated by one of history’s most famous man-made divisions: the Berlin Wall.
A hidden gem of the fringe, this authentically Scottish play has fantastically realist, understated acting throughout, and it offers an emotional portrayal of the familial tensions…
2017 is their last year! Edinburgh’s favourite purveyors of sousaphone-fuelled brassy honkstep will be hanging up their horns at the end of this year.
What do an Indian banker, a Chinese nurse and a Polish housekeeper have in common? Three young women search for love and find themselves in a unique love triangle.
The Death Squad are pushing the boundaries of the small four-stringed instrument.
The Lemon Bucket Orkestra is Canada’s only balkan-klezmer-gypsy-party-punk super-band.
Doig, a disgraced businessmen, has fallen into despair.
Mediterraneo is bringing Africa, southern Italy and Scotland crashing into Summerhall for a huge festival opening party.
‘Divine’ (Rolling Stone, Germany).
An eclectic pick-and-mix treat of great new dance and styles curated with you, the hungry Fringe audience, in mind.
Maya is an experimental music project inspired by my passion for nature and art. I am a professional choral singer with a love for electronica and world music.
Rarely performed and more or less unknown to all but the most hardcore of Shakespeare addicts, Troilus and Cressida explores star-crossed love and political machinations in the mid…
One performance only. Turn up early – sell-out expected.
Spoonface Steinberg, written by Lee Hall, premiered as a radio play which was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1997.
I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change takes you through a series of hilarious vignettes that show the roller coaster ride that is relationships.
Archie Roach is a singer, songwriter and storyteller in the tradition of his ancestors.
That meeting that we’ve all been to.
‘Power into will, will into appetite’ – Shakespeareonthelevel applies its attack to Shakespeare’s thrilling play about the depravity of war.
Some Voices is a sharp, gritty and touching play that some may recognise from a 2000 film adaptation starring Daniel Craig.
A bell tolls.
Who do you turn to when you bring a curse on yourself? Blood Brothers is the story of twins separated at birth, as they fight through superstition and a class divide to continue a …
At first glance, there are other plays by Shakespeare that would offer more fruitful parallels with the Kurt Cobain story than Macbeth.
‘I’m afraid the dreams will seep into the day.
Fledgling theatre company Open Letter were immediately onto a winner when they chose Ella Hickson’s recent hit Boys to bring to the Fringe.
‘Internet celebrity’ used to sound contradictory.
Within five minutes of entering the space, The Daily Tribunal cast have sat me down in the front row and appropriated my pen for the purpose of the show – an examination of the m…
Rare chance to hear Bach’s uplifting Orgelbüchlein (Little Organ Book) complete, plus a dozen modern contributions to the Orgelbüchlein Project – the project aiming to fill the…
Observer restaurant critic and chair of BBC Radio 4’s Kitchen Cabinet, Jay Rayner examines our fascination with lousy reviews, recalls some of his worst nights out and shares the…
Two Thirds charts the endlessly tangled lives of a group of university friends after graduation.
Cheque Please centres on Ivy, who describes herself as a high-functioning depressive, as she endures her job as a waitress with a boss who is constantly threatening dismissal.
In ecology, an ‘edge effect’ is a contact point between two habitats, characterised by an increase in biodiversity.
When the sun is shining on a windowed room, it can be hard to tell if the lights are on inside.
Scotland has a bit of a communist history.
From Shakespeare to Sarah Kane, retellings of classical myths have proved ample sources for new, distinct creations.
In a world where debt, identity crisis and prejudice are factors towards the term ‘Broken Britain’, it is more difficult than ever for young people to succeed.
Welcome to a world in which West Africa meets Jamaica, meets Cuba: A world of burning desire, or as they say in Yoruba, Itara.
Philip Ridley is often shocking, constantly provocative, and always thought-provoking.
Andy’s stag weekend was epic! In fact, it was so mind-blowingly legendary… he didn’t survive it.
Bold Girls is a dark comedy about the friendship of four women living in the midst of war-torn Belfast.
At the Break of Dawn is a show brimming with big ideas and questions all jostling together for space; but whilst the concept itself is impressive, the execution falls short of its …
An incisive contemporary dance piece from Taiwan, an exploration of self, art and sexuality, and the traditions of female chastity among indigenous Paiwan and Rukai people.
Wings by Rigolo is a world beating game changer in international new circus, featuring an ex-Cirque du Soleil world champion cast, hosted by an ex-No Fit State production crew.
A fractured and disconnected city, rows of cubicles and two colleagues.
With England on the brink of collapse, the government have identified the enemy undermining the very fabric of society: the red fox.
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