Three members of Moishe’s Bagel come together in a new project exploring a shared love of world folk music.
World premiere of Gabriel McDerment’s new mental-health work! As Andrea, a high school senior, fights through the daunting US college application process, she experiences the menta…
Now into its fourth decade of performances on the Fringe and in the superb setting of St.
The Bellshill Salvation Army Band was formed in 1921, its primary function being to support the worship and ministry of their church.
After years of threats Alison Spittle is finally doing it.
Mike Vass and Mairearad Green have been friends for a long time, and have played music together in various combinations over the years.
Contemporary Scottish folk band, The Poozies, have been pushing musical boundaries for over 30 years with a whirlwind of festivals, tours and celebrity occasions.
The Prov Johnstone Band is an eclectic mix of musicians and music.
Niki King is an award-winning singer, songwriter and producer.
Roddy Woomble is widely regarded as one of Scotland’s finest songwriters.
Variety of music including musical theatre, movie themes, swing, and popular songs for all the family.
Jade Anouka’s debut play is a raw and honest exploration of love, loss, and self-discovery.
For over two decades, The Celtic Tenors, have been charming audiences the world over with their rich harmonies and disarming wit, as well as radiating their love for all that is Ir…
Nashville-based international singer-songwriter Stephanie Staples has shared her passionate and contemplative music for over two decades, performing all over the world.
Join everyman Rab McVie as he travels through richly textured, ever-changing painted landscapes, pursuing light in darkness, hope in a torn world.
Join the Bohemians as they take you through an evening of their most iconic musical theatre songs.
Disney fan? Massive raging queer? Then Happily Ever Poofter is for you! The legendary smash-hit parody musical is back! Join Prince Henry – the only gay in the Kingdom – on his…
An unmissable exclusive performance from legendary Russian-American trumpeter and Jazz Messengers alumnus, Valery Ponomarev, who dramatically escaped 70s USSR and toured the world …
Acclaimed Edinburgh singer Lorna Reid and virtuoso musicians perform swinging and bluesy classic and original songs in the laid back, late night setting of the Jazz Bar.
Beer drinking! Bavarian traditions! Learn about Oktoberfest rituals and how to sing the famous Ein Prosit song! Welcome to this funky Bavarian show performed by Vroni Holzmann, acc…
Glory dreams of singing at the world’s most prestigious festival, the only thing standing her way is a mysterious pyramid.
After a sold-out run at the 2022 Fringe, a historic performance at The London Palladium, a game-changing set on Friday Night Live, and a triumphant season at the Melbourne Comedy F…
I’m the Greatest Starr (but no one knows it) takes a musical trip down memory lane as the award-winning Starr Domingue shares the herstory of an aspiring musical theatre performer …
Soulful singer-songwriter Unoma Okudo is distinguished by her unique voice, captivating melodies and stunning lyricism.
This show will involve a strange sense of singing, rambling and reciting dark poetry, all while keeping the audience engaged and confused at the same time.
For nearly two decades, B Dolan toured the world as a rapper and spoken word performer.
Legendary Scottish folk accordionist and wisecracker, Sandy Brechin, accompanied by his loyal stuffed dog on wheels, Roveroller, brings his successful weekly Facebook music and com…
Direct from London’s West End, The Barricade Boys are the UK’s most exciting theatrical vocal group.
Winner of UK Jazz Act Of The Year and Vocalist of the Year at the 2022 Jazz FM awards, Georgia Cécile is at the helm of the new wave of UK jazz crossover artists.
Two of Scotland’s jazz stalwarts, Haftor Medbøe and Konrad Wiszniewski, join forces in a freely improvised excursion that draws deeply on their individual and collective experienc…
Join our budding protagonist Pinocchio as he learns some hard lessons about what it takes to be a real boy.
Verity and Dexter – the perfect love match.
Steelworks A Cappella group presents a murder mystery, Vocal Vengeance, which is like an musical version of Cluedo.
Two of the comedy circuit’s loveliest boys, Joseph Parsons (‘one to watch’ (Times), shortlisted for BBC New Comedy Award) and Joseph Emslie (Runner Up Leicester Mercury Comedian 20…
Andy is one of Scotland’s top swing vocalists offering a big band sound production with professional sound and light.
Is Exeter University emerging as the new powerhouse in student musical groups on the Edinburgh Fringe? Let’s not complicate this - the answer is simply but emphatically Yes.
Picture This is a new musical-thriller that follows stop-motion animation filmmaker Mary.
In a holding room, participants wait.
A father approaching his 60th birthday learns to sing and dance for the first time, in a desperate attempt to create a hit single that will make enough money for his son to finally…
David Rivera and La Båmbula will make you dance with their Caribbean sounds from Puerto Rico and Cuba.
Following a sell-out 2022 run at Glasgow’s Oran Mor, acclaimed chanteuse Christine Bovill conjures Kiki de Montparnasse, the celebrated model and painter, as she relives her glory …
In August of 2019, Shana Pennington-Baird found herself in Dingle, Ireland, travelling alone, when she had a major health emergency.
The winner of Drag Race hits the Fringe as part of their debut solo tour! Join Danny as they take to the stage with their live band in a show which promises to be bigger, better an…
Inspired by Georges Seurat’s painting, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, Sondheim’s classic follows George as he strives to finish his masterpiece while his ne…
Maddie Carpenter, a pop Americana artist deeply inspired by the sun-soaked landscapes of California, brings her own enchanting songwriting to the forefront alongside a tribute to f…
Cat-Like Tread makes a welcome post-Covid return to the Fringe with this ever-popular jolly romp, a Gilbert and Sullivan classic and a dashed good night out.
Join four friends weighed down by their past and frightened of their future as they take a trip around a natural history museum and explore the big bang, loving difficult parents, …
Gillian Lacey-Solymar, Carrie Penn and Toby Huelin’s Irrepressible, whilst a compelling story seems to rehash old messages without leaving us with a sense that we should do somet…
Already a veteran performer, having toured the world’s stages for a decade, predominantly as a founding member of world-folk band Dallahan and as a highly sought-after session mu…
Celtic Worship is an organic cultural expression of sung worship in Scotland today; an expression following in the footsteps of what has taken place in Scotland for centuries.
Have you ever felt threatened when someone shows you their engagement ring? Have you ever been to a wedding and thought, ‘these people should NOT be getting married?!’ Me too, exce…
Brooklyn comedians Nate and Ed vent their obsession with early 2010s masculine archetypes (but also some other stuff).
An exceptionally enthusiastic and talented youth theatre put on a revival of the 2013 version of Pippin.
This new one-person play by leading Samoan writer Sia Figiel vividly tells, through the voices of never-before-heard indigenous characters, the extraordinary story of Robert Louis …
Founded in 1947 at the Rose Street Telephone Exchange, the well-known Edinburgh Telephone Choir is still in fine voice and continues to perform in several concerts each year, raisi…
Su-a Lee is one of Scotland’s most versatile, adventurous, and charismatic cellists.
This dynamic seven-piece band return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the 12th year to play the back catalogue and the latest album! With the precision and energy of the E Stre…
Hannah is a violinist from Aberdeen, Scotland.
Our fifth year! Back with top Black international comedy acts, prize games, cabaret and giving a token straight white male comic a chance they rarely get.
Jenny Ryan – better known as the dream-crushing brainbox The Vixen on the hit ITV quiz The Chase – breaks away from teatime telly and invites you to an evening of song, storyte…
This virtuoso is returning for her fifth year with the Enharmonic Collective.
Ageing violinist Alan Gottlieb has long been content to sit at the back desk of the seconds, coasting his way to retirement.
An afternoon of Gilbert and Sullivan will be performed by singers from English National Opera, Scottish Opera, Welsh National Opera, Opera North, Carl Rosa and D’Oyly Carte.
Local heroes Shooglenifty’s return to the Fringe.
After more than a decade playing together in various line-ups and Glasgow sessions, two of Scotland’s most sought-after musicians, Innes Watson (guitar, fiddle, vocals) and Jarla…
Forty years after their last album.
Strafed by Splendour: Under Paolozzi’s Window.
The Diary of Anne Frank: Her Journey in Music by British Composer Girish Paul is a dramatic concert by the multi-instrumentalist and his virtual orchestra.
Glasgow’s Brian Molley Quartet bring the sunshine of the Rio Carnival to the Fringe, celebrating and reimagining the best of Brazilian jazz.
Christopher Biggins requests your pleasure for our inaugural season of cabaret and chat at this illustrious venue.
A kids party.
Nothing is stronger than female friendship, except maybe the pressures of adulting.
The internationally renowned Choir of St Mary’s Cathedral sings music from coronations and royal occasions past and present.
Tandava – the cosmic dance of Shiva – symbolising time; existence; non-existence and so much more.
In 2009, from his derelict flat in South Wales, Ignacio scored tickets to see his favourite band, Nine Inch Nails, in Los Angeles.
‘The queen of Australian cabaret comedy’ (GlamAdelaide.
Catriona and Chris have their roots in Scottish traditional music.
Spellbinding audio-visual improvisation by internationally acclaimed artists Maria Rud and Tommy Smith.
When I saw the playbill for Jazz Emu: You Shouldn’t Have, I couldn’t get my hands on tickets fast enough.
First charting in 1977 with the punk-era anthem 2-4-6-8 Motorway.
In the dramatic musical A Mirrored Monet, it’s 1916 and the painter Claude Monet struggles to complete his government commission for the Water Lilies.
Returning after two sell-out runs at Soho Theatre, global sensation Jazz Emu is back with his virtuoso musical spectacular.
30 candles for 30 cakes; 900 birthday candles.
Celebrating the rule and reign of the late Queen Elizabeth II, featuring songs from musicals that have played Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End – including Fiddler on th…
Featuring West End performers, this family-friendly musical concert will take you on a journey through some of the most iconic songs from films like Mary Poppins, Aladdin, Toy Stor…
Ladies and gents, this is the moment you’ve waited for! Fringe’s ultimate musical theatre party night has arrived.
New Zealand classical and jazz pianist Charles Whitehead returns to the 2023 Edinburgh Festival Fringe with Piano Masterworks Recital: La Valse, featuring works by Mozart, Bartok, …
A powerful combination of film, text and performance exploring the birth of modern human rights, told through the eyes of Nuremberg prosecutor and champion of the ECHR, David Maxwe…
A fun, interactive and educational show for babies and toddlers.
An abstract representation of the philosophy of Sufism in thrilling choreography.
Many moons ago, a superhero of a different kind ruled the Pacific.
It’s poetic, musical, funny, moving.
Gig Pigs, Ivo Graham and Alex Kealy’s podcast comes to the Pleasance for one night only! Seated or standing? Support band or drinks? Sing along as loudly as possible or watch in re…
Olivia aka Big O is delighted to present her second hour of comedy.
The music of Simon Bradley is infused by his Donegal roots, the vibrant music scene of 1990s Edinburgh and a career playing fiddle with Asturian stalwarts Llan De Cubel.
Flower arranging becomes a life and death hobby in Little Shop of Horrors, a popular-on-the-circuit science fiction cult musical classic.
Experience a unique and occasionally surreal evening of laughter from Ireland’s favourite internet comedians Michael Fry and Killian Sundermann, bringing their jokes, sketches and …
Ben Tomalin, Maisie Fawcett and Sophie Holmes’ Without is an interesting contender at this year’s Fringe Festival in that it has a very strong cast that handles an equally stro…
Join Il Wol Dang in a mesmerizing journey through Korean culture with their 13 musical pieces, a unique fusion of traditional Korean and modern electronic sounds.
A laugh-out-loud, immersive, comedic, heartfelt tribute to Hollywood’s most iconic blonde bombshell.
All new and all Jew.
This double bill is a treat of depth of talent performing across a huge range of scope – all compressed within a single hour.
It’s Come Dine With Me with a twist, and that twist is murder because apparently that’s what it takes to spice up a dinner party these days.
The Polis are Scotland’s No.
It’s 2006, and David is preparing for the gig of a lifetime: headlining Sticky Floors, the coolest under-16s band night in the Bay Area.
The Night of the Musicals is a dazzlingly fun, exceptionally energetic hour of musical entertainment.
Shing-a-ling what a creepy thing to be happening! The much-loved musical comedy returns in a fast-paced, physical production.
Hear ye! Yonder comes yon Perrier winner from ages ago with another questionable career swerve! Tonight only, hear the entire musical oeuvre (10 songs , three nearly finished)! Gat…
Trio Mágico is Paul Harrison (piano), Mario Lima Caribé (double bass), Stu Brown (drums/percussion): three leading lights of the UK jazz scene brought together by their passion f…
Meet Old Adam: he’s been in every Gilbert and Sullivan show, but has never quite made it to a lead role.
Northbrook is excited to present Made for This! A contemporary musical theatre and dance showcase filled with gripping, comedic and upbeat numbers.
A classic story for a modern age, Les Millénniables is a self-aware and uniting musical, because it satirizes the generational divide, and understands its own ridiculous nature.
The 1990s, when house music exploded! This is a gripping and immersive stage adaptation of excerpts from the cult book Cola Boy.
Where Friends meets Pitch Perfect! The Bristol Suspensions tell a story of friendship and scandal using chart-topping hits, familiar characters, and funky choreography… not to me…
Bare Productions return following a string of five-star, sell-out Fringe runs with the rousing and heartfelt musical, Little Women.
Becoming Chavela is an award-winning cabaret performance of the life and music of legendary queer Mexican singer Chavela Vargas.
Ordinary Days is the captivating story of what happens when frazzled and uptight student Deb loses the notebook that contains all her notes for her thesis somewhere on the streets …
We are women.
David Harmer and Ray Globe, the irrepressible Glummer Twins, are back with an irreverent trawl through the eight decades that made them what they are today.
Fringe First and Spirit of the Fringe award winner Apphia Campbell’s stunning solo show, inspired by the life of Nina Simone.
‘When my grandmother’s sister Agnes was nine years old, she disappeared.
The musical history lesson that no one asked for but everyone needs! A Play, A Pie and A Pint shares the true(ish) story of our nation: its past, present and future, its triumphs a…
Seven women attend a wake where they discover that their lives are mysteriously intertwined.
Our show will take you on an exciting journey through the world of Broadway showtunes all the way to some of your favourite pop song classics.
This experiment is an audacious performative proposal, an opera of the future where temporalities mix and anachronism plays with history.
The classic musical The Legends of Mountains and Seas is a representative work of the Graduate Institute of Performing Arts of National Taiwan Normal University.
A stunning song cycle by Jason Robert Brown centring human relationships in all their messy beauty.
Brass Colours presents the frenzied life of a brass quartet suddenly disrupted by a genial and unpredictable percussionist.
Part homage to Charlie Kaufman’s 2002 film, part testimony to Gabor Maté’s Myth of Normal, a corporate trainer reluctantly wakes up to the impossibility of society’s invisib…
This evening’s performance will include an eclectic mix of solo and ensemble song and dance pieces from some of the West End’s best-loved musicals.
Sit down, I’ll tell you a story.
A Chorus Line - and what a chorus line! I was wowed by this performance of A Chorus Line presented by the Edinburgh University Savoy Opera Group.
Losing The Plot is a new queer jukebox musical comedy, jam-packed with top hits from the 70s and 80s, Originally performed in Manchester and has now come to the Fringe this year.
2020 the musical follows main characters Emily Goodhand and Adam Pictor, two musical theatre performers who have faced a lot of rejection, finally get their big break in a show tha…
An English singer-songwriter who has built a sizeable cult audience through extensive touring, a surreal sense of humour and a self-deprecating underdog persona.
The double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee returns with a brand new show about moving to a new area, people he has met and losing his mind.
Palindrome is Cambridge University Musical Theatres Society’s latest Edinburgh Fringe offering.
Theatre Travels and Olivia Ruggiero Productions present Broadway Diva.
A heartfelt, humorous investigation into the things mothers pass onto their daughters – for better or worse.
What do Shakespeare, Beethoven and Jerry Lee Lewis have in common? Edinburgh-based musician/songwriter Richard Lewis unites all three, along with many other diverse musicians, in a…
Lydia Whitbread’s Winging It is a vague yet very intense coming of age musical.
What do William Shakespeare and Johann Sebastian Bach have in common? Sebastian Michael, author of The Sonneteer and Sonnetcast podcaster, is trying to find out, bringing you some …
Expecting a retelling of the Greek myth, the office set is initially a little confusing.
Dancing Mice is a critically-acclaimed Edinburgh phenomenon, a cult success.
The Talentz Musical Theatre Company are bringing all the sparklejinglejolly magic of Elf The Musical.
Phil Bancroft is ‘an internationally renowned saxophonist’ (Jazzwise) best known for his whole-hearted improvisatory style that takes the listener on a powerful emotional journ…
Join award-winning queer cabaret icon Aidan Sadler as they take you on a journey to the end of the world! Nothing is safe from ridicule, so be led on an exploration of normalising …
TuFlamenco Academy invites you to their fabulous performance, Flamenco in Scotland.
From his years as the visionary in Simon and Garfunkel through to his many solo hits, journey through one of the greatest back catalogues of all time.
Combining clown, music and maybe some knitting, Ma explores her journey through motherhood and we see what happens when you not only wear your heart on your sleeve, but the other b…
A wonderful and varied selection of concert band music from 40 musicians featuring music from stage and screen! A free concert with donations to support Edinburgh Direct Aid.
Nosferatu is the mother of all modern vampire films, and provides rich source material for Graeme Stephen’s new composition.
Scottish jazz star Brian Kellock has put together a brand-new line-up to celebrate the music and spirit of one of the living legends of swinging jazz: American rhythm guitarist, vo…
Scotland’s hottest new orchestra! Symphonix brings together 25 world-class musicians to perform the perfect blend of symphony and rock.
Performing their unique take on world music, Paul Chamberlain (accordion) and Michael Haywood (saxophone, violin, whistle and clarinet) return with another thrilling, virtuosic mus…
Ten years ago, the incomparable Nick Helm released his first studio album Hot ‘N’ Heavy to the delighted ears of fans across the globe.
The best way to express what this show represents, is to say it is like a classic cabaret crossed with a night with Mr Rogers.
Formed in 1983 to revive and promote the playing of Scotland’s ‘other’ bagpipes, the LBPS achieved this aim.
Edinburgh Youth Orchestra performs an exciting programme of orchestral music to celebrate its summer season.
Edinburgh-born pianist and composer Ben Shankland is, despite his young age, already gaining recognition on the UK jazz scene.
The Hearth is the stone beneath which a fire burns.
This expressive Edinburgh duo return once again with another passionate programme of music for violin and piano including; Schubert Duo Op 162, Debussy Sonata, Bartok Romanian Danc…
Experience the wonder of the classical guitar through a reflective, thoughtful hour of music exploring the guitars allure and mystery.
Up Close with the Blues with international blues star Giles Robson and featuring Sandy Tweeddale, guitar.
Firelight Trio is a mighty new group featuring accordionist Phil Alexander (Moishe’s Bagel), renowned Scottish fiddle player Gavin Marwick, and Ruth Morris on the beautiful Swedish…
Favourites of the late John Peel, who invited them to perform five sessions for his BBC Radio 1 show as well as featured them many times in his Festive Fifty chart, ballboy are a c…
You’re invited to so much more than dinner.
The country’s best (not most popular) musical comedians present their greatest hits, from a decade of being wildly under appreciated.
The BAFTA-nominated comedian, The Mash Report (BBC2) star, Live at the Apollo (BBC1) star and viral sensation, presents a work-in-progress hour of her signature blend of stand-up a…
Scotland’s most authentic The Who tribute take you on an ‘Amazing Journey’ through the greatest songs of the legendary band.
Dusty epitomised the sound of the 60s whether singing swing, soul or ballads but life behind the scenes was not always as polished as the stage persona.
Edinburgh Music Theatre is delighted to present a selection of wonderful songs from newer and lesser-known musicals that have broken out and broken new ground within the last two d…
Dancing Queens: The ABBA Drag Party! Join two of Scotland’s most fabulous Queens for the ultimate ABBA Drag experience! Sing, dance, come and have the time of your life all night l…
Arty is a day-dreaming, inquisitive young polar bear who was born in Scotland but longs to see the world.
In its 40th performing year and 20 years since we’ve been performing musical revues at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh Music Theatre takes a little bit of a departure into…
Live music throughout the night headlined by Ariella, bringing the Miami party to Brewhemia’s Beer Palace. A midweek pick-me-up packed with powerhouse vocals and Latin flavour.
Graeme’s new score for The Penalty premiered at HippFest Silent Film Festival in March 2018.
This brilliant accordion and clarinet duo perform an eclectic mix of music with infectious enjoyment - French, jazz, Jewish, traditional, Balkan, tango, etc.
Philip Contini sings your favourite, unforgettable, classic songs of Cole Porter, one of the greatest composer-lyricists of the 20th century, accompanied by the sensational 6-piece…
From cat allergies and fruit preferences, to student life and inverted friendships, this is a coming-of-age musical with a compelling and, at times, chaotic cast of characters navi…
This gender euphoric cabaret is a musical paradise for thems, mens, femmes, and everyone in between.
Stephen Sondheim’s hilarious musical romp tells the bawdy story of a slave and his attempts to win his freedom by helping his young master woo the girl next door.
Beth Nielsen Chapman, a two-time Grammy nominee, inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
It’s hard to imagine that any show called, in full, A Shark Ate My Penis: A History of Boys Like Me could be weirder or more fun than it sounds.
Join us in The Live Room every Tuesday in August for our free evening of bingo with a musical twist. Enjoy banter, beats and bawless bingo! 10pm until late.
Exuberant fusion of funky mbalax/Afrobeat rhythms, with undercurrents of ska, rock and Senegalese soul; original songs with impassioned vocals, infectious guitar licks and irresist…
MTO Zendeh Delan’s Journey of Love, inspired by the Sufi allegory of Leyla and Majnun, is an enchanting blend of modern Sufi music and the graceful motions of Sama.
From musical theatre greats, Stephen Schwartz and John Caird, comes a joyous and inspirational musical about parents, children and faith.
Bloody Elle returns to the Traverse for a strictly limited run after award-winning, sell-out TravFest22 performances.
Join Monski Mouse and her super talented friends, for a live musical sing-a-long cabaret of nursery classics, song, puppetry and bonkers fun for 0-5s and their parents.
The premise is simple: two good friends, who happen to also be two excellent musicians, want to spend time with you using great singing, top-notch banter and occasional nonsense.
Nimbus Sextet, one of the most innovative groups in the new wave of UK jazz, is celebrating their critically acclaimed second album, Forward Thinker, released on Acid Jazz Records.
Trailblazing a path as a cello soloist, Juliette Lemoine is exploring and redefining the cello’s role within Scottish traditional music.
The online guide to musical comedy returns with its daily showcase of the best acts at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2023.
The Steamie is a comedy-drama stage play, written by Tony Roper.
If you liked Six, then you will love Fierce.
Enjoy amazing classical music at lunchtime with a ROSL Recital.
The Jennifer Ewan Band performs a stirring mix of compelling original songs, Louisiana blues and old-time Cajun dance music with a Celtic tint.
This year, Jonathan begins and ends with two of Spain’s greatest composers, Albeniz and Granados, and, in between, a majestic Bach Prelude and Allemande, followed by traditional mu…
Kickstart your Fringe day with a ROSL recital, and immerse yourself in amazing classical music performed by some of the finest talent, in comfortable surroundings.
Escape the afternoon crowds and enjoy amazing classical music with a ROSL Recital.
Truss created the self-evidently non-existent concept and blamed it for the fact that her “budget” cost the taxpayer £30bn.
Café L’Arté is a brand-new immersive musical set in real time in a coffee shop.
Experience the soulful sounds of Andalusia with Philip Adie’s Flamenco Guitar Odyssey.
A carefree young girl escapes to Paris and, mesmerised by the bright lights and smoky jazz bars, she falls in love.
Ireland has magnificent spirit, particularly when supported by the French.
It’s 1940 and Bartók goes into exile in the United States, taking with him his 44 duos for two violins, based on Hungarian, Slovakian, Serbian, Romanian or Arabian folk tunes, s…
John Bryden returns to St Mary’s to give two piano recitals on the superb Cathedral Steinway.
The 2006 musical Spring Awakening, based on the book of the same name, tells the story of teenagers at a strict religious school in late 19th century Germany, struggling as they di…
Join us in The Live Room every Monday in August for our free night of live bands.
It’s showtime! Sing along to all your favourite show tunes in this immersive musical megamix experience! With live piano and dazzling cabaret performances get ready for an evenin…
Roo Geddes and Neil Sutcliffe combine their shared experience across classical, folk and jazz to create original music for violin and accordion.
Brian Kellock is one of the UK’s finest and most in-demand jazz pianists, acclaimed for a distinctive, swinging style of playing with classic jazz piano influences at its heart but…
Written and composed by Bethany, Cameron and Natasha Lythgoe, Pandemonium is a biblical musical of mundane proportions built upon a confusing amalgamation and re-telling of stories…
Popular organ music on the mighty Father Willis organ of St Mary’s Cathedral, played by Duncan Ferguson, David Goode and Imogen Morgan.
Struggling to cope with the loss of their drummer, Happier Daze are desperate to make their first big break.
This circus, dance and music show accepts no boundaries.
In 1970s New York, failed actor, Kit, is haunted by his deceased theatre-star mother.
Come have the best night of your life singing karaoke and running into your ex at Monkey Barrel. Hosted by Fringe’s karaoke queen/alleged mezzo-soprano Olga Koch.
This trio are known for their unique live show, transporting the audience to a bygone era when witches and black magic were rife.
Attempting to retell the story of someone as iconic of the modern age as Steve Jobs will naturally present a challenge, particularly as books and films have combed over every aspec…
Emotional balladry, lyrical wizardry, and musical husbandry are the cornerstones of Men With Coconuts, at PBH's Free Fringe @ Liquid Room Annexe/Warehouse.
This musical, composed by Joel Goodman and Jan Osborne, with a new script by Joan Greening is a journey through the extraordinary life of Alan Turing.
Follow Blodwen across the channel on her mission to cure her broken heart and start a new life in the city of romance.
Award-winning FCT return for their 42nd Fringe with their spooky, kooky production of The Addams Family.
Do you really need to know any more? Look at the title! It’s a singalong pub quiz where you can test your knowledge whilst singing your favourite hits with Mister Meredith.
Whether you’ve had, seen or heard of a vagina, Rosie is here to remind you that Google is not a doctor and to justify her own urinary incontinence.
A powerful, exquisite, beautiful and unforgettable Flamenco experience.
Many people wish to be famous, successful, or simply stand out from the crowd.
Enjoy musical satire at its finest: celebrating the mischievous wit of Tom Lehrer, performed by Australian entertainer, singer and pianist, Antony (DrH) Hubmayer.
In a world of lies, big lies and total whoppers, one way is invent your own even bigger lies.
Written by Kira Mason and directed by Matthew Attwood, Graveyard of the Outcast Dead is a musical play that tells a series of connected Gothic folktales.
The students of Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s MA Musical Theatre programme are a staple at the Fringe, and they never let us down!Edges, a song cycle written by Benj Pasek an…
One of the twentieth century’s most impressive but overlooked figures is revived in this powerful, compelling tour-de-force.
Aristophanes’ wild fantasy, The Birds, has been reimagined as a contemporary musical comedy complete with cuckoo characters and a happy ending that soars above the footlights!
A song cycle inspired by the photographs of Matthew Murphy, 35MM: A Musical Exhibition is a unique concept and the perfect choice for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Why toddle when you can dance? Join DJ Monski Mouse and her dancers for this multi award-nominated, epic session of bopping, bonkers, beautiful fun.
Dogfight follows the exploits of three marines who are about to be deployed in the conflict in Southeast Asia.
In their last show, Hair, Shelf joked about being mistaken for teenage boys.
A journey through the storied soul of Scotland.
The harbinger of rock’n’drole returns to Edinburgh for the seventh time with his unique brand of axe-wielding wordplay and silliness.
A split bill stand-up comedy show featuring two rising stars of the circuit.
Burnham meets Boosh.
Saturday begins early with brunch acoustic singers and live pianos throughout the afternoon.
This is the brand-new album from award-winning comedy songstress Kate Lucas, inspired by #PositiveVibesOnly.
This nostalgic journey through the lives and careers of music legends Carole King and James Taylor is a masterpiece.
For casual Blondie fans, it might be easy to forget how many hits the genre defying band have had over the decades.
Cleopatra Higgins gives a fierce performance in The Whitney Houston Story, along with her band, Higgins sings Whitney Houston’s most recognisable hits while exploring Whitney Hou…
The Aretha Franklin Story is back at Edinburgh Fringe by popular demand, with Cleopatra Higgins of 90s girl group sensation Cleopatra, returning with the Night Owl band to take you…
A nostalgic celebration of the 120 million album-selling supergroup.
Brand-new original musical drama comedy based on the true stories of Jill Morrell and John McCarthy.
An immersive trip through California in the late 60s and 70s when a collective of musical legends changed the world of music.
Following consecutive sold-out performances and subsequent international critical acclaim, Back To Black returns to Edinburgh Festival Fringe to take you on a moving and energizing…
Hannah Richards returns to Edinburgh with the award-winning Night Owl band to tell the story of one of music’s most iconic artists.
Immerse yourself in the world of James Bond and the legendary voices that have accompanied six decades of the world’s most famous spy.
A symbol of the 80s, Dirty Dancing is etched into the memories of a generation and defined by its unforgettable scenes, the mesmerising hips of Patrick Swayze and that infamous lif…
Night Owl Shows delivers a worthy and memorable spectacle with The Billy Joel Story that sees the talented troupe of Angus Munro on piano and vocals, Daniel Watts on drums, Alex Be…
Set in a mythical once-upon-a-time sort of land, Shrek the Musical Jr is the story of a hulking green ogre who, after being mocked and feared his entire life by anything that cross…
It’s Lights Up! on this Fringe debut: a completely improvised musical comedy! Unforgettable characters sing, dance, rap, and harmonise their way through action-packed stories in …
Everybody Sing are delighted to present a musical journey through the decades.
Ripper is an unfortunate example of a show that may have promise, but not quite the ability to realise it.
The internationally renowned classical pianist Marc Corbett-Weaver makes a welcome return to Edinburgh for a dazzling piano recital of great pianistic masterpieces, including the g…
How To Survive and Thrive in an Impossible World – With a Piano! is a self-help, group-therapy show that really doesn’t tell us anything that we haven’t seen before.
A blocked playwright with a looming deadline is haunted by the subject of her last failed show: Ernest Hemingway.
Situated in Scotland’s Inner Hebrides, the Isle of Eigg has a fascinating history of sovereignty.
A jukebox musical of what life was like for Jim growing up in 70s Edinburgh.
The little iceberg holds a secret.
Performed by talented students, Captivate’s production has been seen by an estimated 22,000 people, with sell-out crowds, standing ovations, and multiple five-star reviews.
Dewey Finn, wannabe rock star, decides to earn some cash by posing as a substitute teacher at a prep school.
On a stormy night on Loch Ness, Sam is faced with an impossible decision.
Sydney actor and comedian Charlotte Grimmer uses musical comedy to unpack the intricate world of a psychology session.
The show tells the story of Elle Woods, a sorority girl who enrols at Harvard Law School to win back her ex-boyfriend Warner.
Thank You for the Music, a new American musical revue, celebrates the greatest hits from radio, stage and screen.
You'll begin this show painfully aware that you’re sitting in the hall of a secondary school.
2023 sees the debut of wannabe comedian Perrin Pang, as he performs his first written stand-up comedy musical bullshit that is nowhere as good as the top comedians in the field.
Edinburgh’s favourite showgirl invites you to her boudoir in a brand-new show from ‘One of the New Queens of British Burlesque’ (Mail On Sunday), bursting with bewitching burle…
Come and join us for a wonderful adventure in Neverland and see how Peter, Wendy, John and Michael battle the Pirates, Mermaids and Native Indians with help from the Lost Boys and …
This musical is based on the concept album by Green Day and centres around Jonny, Tunny and Will as they fight to get out of their boring, mundane lives.
This highly awarded, inspirational true story returns to Edinburgh after an exceptionally successful 2022 visit.
Award-winning flamenco guitarist and composer Daniel Martinez presents a beautifully intimate flamenco guitar concert.
What happens when a songwriter invites innocent bystanders on the streets of Edinburgh to share their darkest, most embarrassing thoughts? They end up as part of his show that same…
Following sell-out runs in Perth and Adelaide, this award-winning live music cabaret is back from London’s West End with their star-studded revue.
Avenue Q is the puppet-based musical following the people who live on the worst street in the world.
Alan doesn’t understand Carol after they met via a dating app which was organised by bestie Karen, but now Carol has met Tony to complicate matters as she becomes the Queen Of T…
Get off the tourist trail and explore Edinburgh’s music scene with irreverent stories of the performers who have stayed, played and made music in Scotland’s capital city.
The title, Dead Man’s Suitcase, doesn’t give much away and even at the end it’s a little unclear what the message of Felix Westcott’s musical is supposed to be.
Everyone knows about the code-breaking genius of Alan Turing, but behind the mathematical genius lay a man of great passion.
La vie Bohème! I can’t believe it’s been nearly 30 years since the rock musical RENT hit the stage and almost 20 years from the film version.
The story of a girl dreaming of a better life and the children she inspires will have audiences rooting for the “revolting children” who are out to teach the grown-ups a lesson.
Davidson and MacArthur – The Odd Couplet.
If you still chuckle at those Twilight memes making fun of Kristen Stewart’s awkward portrayal of Bella Stark, or harbour some nostalgia for the immortal (and problematic) YA ser…
Based on one of Grimm’s lesser known fairytales, Godfather Death is a hidden gem and a must-see this Fringe.
Join Talia in a family-friendly venue for an interactive musical journey to some major European cities.
Ronnie Golden: Allo Keith! Remembering Barry Cryer.
Our first impression when seeing Antonio! is that it’s chaotic and hedonistic, a impression that is quickly proven to be correct, but in a gloriously celebratory way.
The award-winning Night Owl ensemble returns with a brand-new show, taking audiences on a journey through the life of Burt Bacharach, a composer who defined the 60s.
The multi award-winning Night Owl Shows ensemble returns to Fringe with a brand-new show that celebrates the life and music of a true icon: the smoky-voiced singer Dusty Springfiel…
Award-winning Daniel Martinez Flamenco Company returns with the stunning flamenco music and dance they are known for.
Compendium of Materia Medica.
A Chinese Bestiary tells such a story of transforming scars into gifts.
Learn traditional Scottish ceilidh dancing in the heart of The Old Town! Live ceilidh band with dance caller to talk you through all the dance moves.
A raw and unfiltered musical comedy show, tackling difficult and often taboo subjects.
Chicago duo, ‘true masters of improvised comedy’ (List), ‘work effortlessly in the straight man/funny woman comic pairing using their unrivaled familiarity to brilliant comedic eff…
It’s going to be a great day.
Edward Bloom’s larger-than-life stories delight everyone – much to the dismay of his pragmatic son, Will.
Celebrate all things bitch and high-pitch! After winning Best Cabaret Weekly Awards in 2020 and 2021 at Adelaide Fringe, the queen of falsetto and stiletto is storming into Edinbur…
Captain Macbeth is Vice-President.
A new musical, written by serving Scottish soldiers and veterans, about their own experiences as young soldiers.
Holly Penfield’s eclectic collection of original songs is a heady fusion of blues, rock and pop.
In this original musical, volunteer camp counsellors, Sky and Jess, struggle to keep up with their relationship after being placed in opposite camps.
Nunsense is a hilarious talent show staged by the Little Sisters of Hoboken nunnery, the rest of the sisterhood having succumbed to botulism after eating vichyssoise prepared by Si…
Los Angeles-based comedian Julian Stern (Fringe 2022’s Absolute Friendship, McSweeney’s, Maxim Magazine, Playstation) returns to Fringe with an hour of stand-up and musical comedy …
Ludmilla Dabo, accompanied by Moliere award-winning writer, director and musician David Lescot, sings a moving, intimate and dazzling portrait of the iconic ‘High Priestess of So…
Written/directed by Amanda Bothma; musical direction/piano by Germaine Gamiet; starring Daniel Anderson.
In this multi award-winning show, Kerry Hiles – accompanied by Germaine Gamiet – shines the light on Judy Garland, the undisputed queen of cabaret.
The Drowsy Chaperone kicks off when a die-hard musical theatre fan plays the record (yes, record!) of his favourite show, and the musical magically bursts to life! We are instantly…
When his daughter Elodie is born, Ben realises the closure he thought he’d found with his own long-dead father needs to be re-examined.
‘Igniting memories of a story that millions can relate to’ (Australian Stage).
Whisky and Witches sees the combination of Danish-born Christine Kammerer’s musical forte with the whimsical storytelling of Jane Ross.
In this delightful family show, storytelling and music combine to create an enchanting performance, evoking Scotland’s northern seashores.
Accompanied by a glittering live band and fresh from two sold-out London and Cambridge runs, don’t miss the Fringe premiere of Ed, charting the story of a ginger pop sensation.
A young Irishman, profoundly affected by his experiences in World War Two, struggles to regain his faith in love and the world as he fights to save his ancestral home – and once-…
It was a long and winding road, but by the time I left David Colvin’s Thunderstruck, I was – well.
When shy Aaron joins the hotel’s ramshackle team, he encounters volatile guests, inept management and even rumours of singing ghosts stalking the corridors.
The story of a lonely and disconnected young office worker who, through a series of minor admin errors, quite accidentally destroys the entire world.
Anna Vanosi’s soulful voice transports you from jazz (Billie Holiday, Doris Day) to pop (Bob Dylan, Björk) tracing a comical, poignant path, as she feels out of step with time.
Janitor/Manager: Inspired by the expression ‘If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere’, Sean Conrad booked a one-way flight to NYC to become a stand-up comedian and quickl…
A magical musical with modern sensibilities, King School of Stamford Connecticut, just north of New York City, presents the grand and classic tale of a virtuous young woman who fin…
Country-rock crooner Sebastian Saint performs a selection of songs exploring what it means to be an American man while sharing intimate stories about life, loss, addiction, sex, an…
Pianist Brian Kellock and trumpeter Colin Steele are amongst Scotland’s foremost jazz musicians.
Get ready to sing your heart out at Sing-a-Long to Smash-Hit Musicals! CRE8IV presents an exhilarating revue show that brings together the best of Broadway’s iconic tunes.
After his sell-out Edinburgh 2022 run with his show 100 Songs in an Hour, David Hoare (Musical Comedy Awards, Audience Favourite Prize 2021) returns with another bumper show bursti…
A true story of deception, magic and torture.
This is a story of Chandra, a woman Tamasha troup owner who is struggling to survive the changing audience demands.
The Ostracised Guardian is a musical performance that fuses ancient Kuladevata rituals with modern electronic music, directed by India’s foremost music producer Tenma and performed…
Música Verde (Green Music) is a live looping concert where Mexican singer/songwriter Amanda Tovalin shares her views about nature in the cities with her sonic experimentation.
A woman’s journey as she navigates life through adversity and challenges such as homelessness, addiction, domestic abuse and racism.
An exciting new visual club experience taking you back to the 00s and 90s with singers, dancers, saxophonists, percussion, glow paint and good vibes.
By the end of 1928, all three Fail sisters will be dead: expiring in reverse order, youngest to oldest, from blunt object to the head, disappearance, and finally consumption.
The smash-hit, gig-theatre show returns, charting the true story of Cora Bissett’s rollercoaster journey from 90s indie-kid to wised-up woman.
Have you ever wanted to know every book ever? Well if Leo doesn’t read all the books in one night (entirely in song) the demon will burn everything.
Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Beyond Broadway, a spectacular revue show presented by CRE8IV THEATRE CO.
Martha D Lewis and Eve Polycarpou made their first television appearance in 1987.
The competitive club night: the disco where winner stays on.
Vladiqueer is vampire, but he’s not always been proud of it.
For too long the supporting characters of Star Wars have been overshadowed by the popularity of the beloved heroes.
Don Paterson and Graeme Stephen are two of Scotland’s leading guitarists.
Do you like musical comedy? Do you like non-musical comedy? Do you not care, as long as it’s good? Then come enjoy either the first half, the second half, or even all of this show,…
Singer-songwriter and self-obsessed internet addict Connor Morel fronts a live three-piece band in this original gig-theatre show that asks: are we doing the internet right? Is the…
In the Sh*t is a split-hour stand-up comedy special that fuses traditional stand-up with music and poetry.
A magical fairy tale for young and old.
Award-winning actor/playwright John Jiler and clarinetist Sweet Lee Odom tell the remarkable story of the youngest child of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.
A show dealing with the trauma of becoming a sexagenarian TikTok sensation.
Amy is an award-winning comedian as heard on BBC Radio 4.
Jon Lawrence has entertained thousands of children all over the world over the last ten years with his collection of silly songs which encourage the children to sing, dance, laugh …
I gave you Politics for Bitches and What Would Beyonce Do?! Now brace yourself for my female Book of Mormon.
In a desert of hot flushes – refreshing repartee from award-winning, climacteric comedian.
‘I shall drag myself through the flames of hell; and from the ashes I shall be born anew.
Absolutely not what you are expecting.
Using the back catalogue of The Proclaimers, this jukebox musical follows Davy (Lewis Kerr) and Ally (Kerr McKinley) as they navigate life after serving in the army.
Covering artists from all across the pop-music spectrum, Accordion Ryan will sing and play your favourite songs like you’ve never heard them before! Add in a few of his own hilario…
My friend greets me in the queue, waving her ticket in the air.
‘Who are you Jamie!?’ ‘I’m that bitch!’ Jamie is not in fact, that bitch.
We spend a third of our lives in bed.
The 1930’s star tells her own story in her own words.
Her daughter’s left for uni and singer/songwriter, rising star on social media and part-time primary school music teacher Angela Bra is home alone.
The incredible Oliver Harris sings the great songs from Les Misérables, Chess, Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, We Will Rock You and many more.
Meeting at the semi-finals of the BBC New Comedy Awards, they impressed the judges and now they’re heading to Edinburgh with a hilarious hour of stand-up.
Dundee’s loudest band per capita, Fever Peach, brings a freshly squeezed and off-beat surrealist comedy, heartfelt poetry and juicy jams.
Forty, single and ready to mingle; join lifelong friends Annie Sup and Angela Bra for a drag-powered musical comedy celebrating friendship and new beginnings on a virtual bar crawl…
Judith Kerr’s Mog the Forgetful Cat, adapted for the stage by The Wardrobe Ensemble.
Following the last few years of sell-out, five-star shows, the Silent Adventures team are back with even more madness and brand-new adventures to boot.
Musical theatre fans – this one’s for you! Edinburgh-based cabaret group, the Little West End Theatre, brings you a night of sass and show tunes.
Combining two of his great loves – Weird Al Yankovic and Harry Potter – Steve Goodie creates an all-out musical performance with some killer lyrics and accordion skills.
Ever wonder what it’s like to see a show… without actually seeing it? This piece plunges the audience into darkness, allowing them to step into the shoes of their hosts, VICS, …
Irish Comedy Invasion – We’ll be bringing together the best Irish acts, all of whom are performing their shows at the Fringe, and getting them to do their funniest club sets.
Andy Roach, Liverpool-based comedian who was shortlisted in the Musical Comedy Awards 2023, returns to Edinburgh.
Lady Clementine has until her 27th birthday to find The One.
Prepare to have your Disney fantasies shattered like an ill-fitting glass slipper.
After a decade of writing jokes, Bazely is out of ideas.
From the makers of KlangHaus, InHaus is another extraordinary leap in the journey of destroying the rule book of gig-going.
The Blundabus is absolutely packed for Amelia Bayler’s I Work in Customer Service but I’m Actually a Pop Star.
2000 years of Scottish History in one hour! In the true style of the old tradition, award-winning actor Michael Nardone (Rome, Line of Duty, Traces) brings history to life with pas…
The vibes of a Havana street party brought to McEwan Hall, this dance troupe from Havana, Cuba are simply stellar, with styles such as street dance, salsa, rumba, afro and contempo…
In what could be crowned the most uplifting show of the Fringe, The House of Life aka Ben Welch and Laurence Cole from Sheep Soup combine preaching, live music, comedy and all roun…
Multi award-winning Kiwi/Canadian/Jewish comedienne, Deb Filler, goes on a hilarious musical quest meeting ‘The Three Lennys’, even singing The Beatles in Yiddish! We’re transfixed…
Brad’s 12-year-old daughter came home from the Halloween dance and said, ‘They only played three total Halloween songs!’ Three? Brad was incensed, so he and Steve wrote nine origin…
Music is the key element that triggers Julian’s memories in The Imitator.
Join comedian Mike McAlpine on his fretful, compulsive and hilarious escapades as Elvis tribute artist Mikelvis! Mike is a well-travelled journeyman on the international tribute ci…
Join this talented team of award-winning improvisers for an hour of live music and laughter! Every show is opening – and closing! – night as these top comics compose brand new …
Maria DeCotis’ Emotionally Unreasonable is a mildly funny stand-up routine that breaks every so often into really sophisticated pieces of musical comedy that quickly become a tru…
In a world where comedy is everything to everyone, and punching down is taboo, it’s time to punch back! The Corrupt Comedy Establishment killed Bob Hecklestein’s girlfriend, murder…
Síomha is in her celibate era.
Child of Sunday examines the trials, tribulations and triumphs of the ‘ordinary people’ in our communities.
Welcome to paradise.
Jane is a high-school senior.
A new gig-theatre show featuring songs by Kyle Falconer of The View.
A young Jehovah’s Witness comes to terms with his sexuality and finds his feet (and high heels.
Wagner turned up to 11! A hilarious dive into the ridiculous world of opera and life as a Valkyrie and Rheinmaiden, peppered with hits from Puccini and Verdi from Berlin’s thrill…
Edinburgh solo debut from London’s favourite 75-year-old stand-up comic.
A unique new musical with a fully actor-muso cast, this Charlie Hartill Award finalist blends contemporary pop, soul, and folk music in a dynamic story of convent school life.
Join Mr Toad, Ratty, Badger and friends in a new family musical by Roger McGough, inspired by The Wind in the Willows.
Songs, sketches, a cat! Catnip! is bringing the most unique and exciting comedy music show to the festival this year with his debut, Catnip! Greatest Hits.
Join Brigitte Aphrodite on a wild literary road trip, celebrating Living Legends (And Dead Ones Too) through punk poetry, songs, and stories.
Everyone come over to Sting’s house for a karaoke party! But when we arrive, an obstinate, grouchy and mic-hogging Sting wants all the attention for himself.
Back In Time for Tea is a concept imagined to challenge the notion of musical genre.
The must-see, Olivier Award-winning West End hit is back! Watch the masters of musical improv create a brand-new musical comedy from scratch at every single performance of this mul…
Answering the question, “what if Avenue Q took place in a hospital?” Potty The Plant is a dark, tongue in cheek, comedic musical that subverts our expectations time and time ag…
Davina scouts scallies.
Have you ever felt judged for not having the right body shape? Not eating the right foods or going to the gym? Our Photoshopped world is not always kind to our feelings of self-wor…
From the creators of Moon Dragon, Sea Dragon is the most perfect experience for babies under one at the Fringe in 2023.
Receiving its world premiere at the Fringe is Sound Clash: an urban love story set in a dystopian world of dancehall, where MCs, not MPs, rule the nation! In Sound city, music is c…
From SIX (Edinburgh Fringe original cast), Public (Vaults) and several perfect pictures (Instagram) Annabel Marlow makes her solo debut.
If you think you’ve seen it all, you haven’t.
There are no coincidences.
Winner: Directors’ Choice Award, Sydney Comedy Festival (2021).
Everyone has heard of the 27 Club.
Kokoon are a new kind of boy band, combining K-Pop with K-Comedy.
Viral sensation, maestro of musical mayhem and lord of lyrical miracles, Matt Storer presents an award-winning musical comedy concert.
Following the success of last year’s show, comic songwriter Liz Cotton is back.
Edinburgh Newcomer Award nominee Huge Davies (Cats Does Countdown and Roast Battle), returns with his highly anticipated second show about murder.
Star of Spitting Image (Britbox), Steph’s Packed Lunch (Channel 4) impressionist Luke Kempner brings his one-man British Police Drama to Edinburgh.
Award-winning musical comedian and viral internet-hit-maker Anesti Danelis returns with his hit comedy concert that will change your life.
From the creators of Moon Dragon, Sea Dragon is the most fun for under 5s.
More stories in song from this multi award-winning Edinburgh favourite.
Fringe fave Baby Wants Candy is back! Total Edinburgh Fringe sell-out 2015-2019.
Baby Wants Candy’s hip-hop Hamilton homage returns! Following sold-out runs in Chicago, NYC and LA.
A deliciously Dahl-esque treat from madcap duo Fladam (Flo Poskitt and Adam Sowter), about a boy born with gunky, green fingers! Is he really rotten, or just misunderstood? Maybe t…
I’ve never laughed so much at a someone else’s shortcomings in my life.
Turns out being on telly ain’t all red carpets and glamour.
Following the Scottish premiere of Howard Skempton’s 50 Preludes and Fugues for Organ, Book One, during the 2021 Edinburgh Festival Fringe at St Giles’ Cathedral, Matthew Owens…
This new Chordstruck Theatre production is a feel-good, comedy musical cram packed with hilarious original jingles, as well as a message for a better world.
The Welsh, brown, gay, Gen-Z comedian presents her debut hour: an audacious punk musical-comedy show about the dubious ethics of artistically exploiting marginalised identities for…
Ciarán Bartlett is Belfast’s premier musical comedian, known for rapid fire caustic punchlines, filthy songs and mad stories.
Magical, spellbinding and unashamedly camp, Tim Murray is Witches is a show unlike any other.
Spirit of the Fringe Award winner Släpstick is back.
The discussion around war - especially the two world wars - is usually a very difficult and serious subject.
This is a feel good musical with banging songs, fantastic performers and countless laughs.
What it might be, how we can miss it and how we can find it again.
BBD Productions return to the Fringe with their five-star show, which made Best Productions of 2022 lists from London Theatre and Theatre Scotland.
‘A funny, powerful and poignant tribute to the full dignity and humanity of women whose way of life is still often stigmatised and “othered”, 40 years on’ (Joyce McMillan, Scotsman…
USA, 1985: Rookie Police Cop Jimmy Johnson joined the force to protect and serve.
In this poignant and compelling new work, an ambitious manager introduces a new first violinist to a longstanding string quartet with an uncertain future.
Sophie is at her Grandfather’s shiva where her whole family have come together to pay their respects, including her attractive second cousin.
Mozart, via blues, tango and rock’n’roll.
When Adam Lenson was diagnosed with cancer in 2019; it caused all past, present and future versions of him to collide in the oncology department.
Sophie Santos…Is Codependent details Santos’ journey through their breakup, narrating the tale combining both comic storytelling and song, embodying conversations with their pe…
Primary Times Children’s Choice Award Winner! Musical-comedy versions of Shakespeare’s greatest works, Brave Macbeth and Juliet & Her Romeo.
Documenting the stories of care-experienced people, this show embraces all aspects of their life within the care system and the effects of being part of this under-represented comm…
It’s club night and the tracks are spinning.
Join chanteuse and sommelier Anna Lou in her wine bar as she invites you to discover the world of wine and solve the mystery of her lover’s death.
Halle-berry-lujah! Award-nominated fitness and lifestyle guru, Jesus L’Oreal (He/Hymn) is heaven scent to promote his workout video, Get the Jordan Look.
The world is desperate for more one-man musical-comedy magic mind-reading shows about a break-up in your early thirties, and actor and magician Sam Lupton (Wicked, Avenue Q) is mor…
What’s big, blue, bossy and turns up uninvited? A slightly annoying elephant, of course! One day Sam gets a very big surprise as a tired, hungry, antique-loving, cycling-enthusiast…
What does it mean to be a man in the 21st century? How does toxic masculinity affect those of us assigned male at birth? What’s so great about sex, and why won’t people shut up abo…
Simon David brings Dead Dad Show to the Fringe this year and it is insane, an absolute piss-take, but also very emotional.
Helios is a solo show written and performed by Alexander Wright of Wright and Grainger.
Goya Theatre’s new musical Actually, Love manages to find the sweet spot between being softly tender and incredibly rousing, as it pokes fun at and dismantles various rom-com tro…
Blossoming (You Undo Me) is a straightforward one-person musical about a young Chinese man growing into his queerness and yet it weaves several narrative threads and theatrical for…
Original music and sharp stand-up comedy epically combust in this hour from comedian Larry Owens.
A musically driven experience from the creators of My Beautiful Black Dog and Parakeet.
Three storytellers, trapped in the Otherworld, must perform their music and stories to earn their freedom.
The premise of Gillian Cosgriff's show Actually, Good is both simple and elegant, revolving around celebrating life's small pleasures.
Step into the world of Abandoman and help craft a futuristic three-day music festival in just 60 minutes.
30 Minute Musicals, direct from Hollywood, reports for duty with their fan favourite musical parody of quintessential homoerotic 80s film, Top Gun.
The alternative late-night Fringe experience returns.
Silver Stand-Up 2023 winner, Fringe First winner (Tonight I’m Entertaining Richard Gere) and Airbnb’s five-star ‘gem of a guest’, Cecilia Delatori brings her debut full-length musi…
A faded Britannia sits alone in her bedsit, remembering.
Public looks like it could be the next big musical phenomenon to have passed through the Fringe.
This is a wickedly fun idea for a production, a retelling of 80s favourite, Die Hard, as a pantomime/musical parody.
Imagine two lonely children who have no one to talk to until the Winds of Fate make them next-door neighbours.
Fresh-faced, Midwestern actress Lisa Verlo came to Hollywood looking for fame but found more action on casting couches than onstage.
Cam Gavinski: Bonheur has been the strangest thing I’ve seen so far at the Fringe.
Drawing on the sound archive of the University of Edinburgh’s School of Scottish Studies Archives, this exhibition explores creative reuse of the archive by a new generation of a…
Free lunchtime recitals every day from 2nd to 31st August, except Sundays and 16th.
An elaborately costumed dancer performs a tap dance ritual accompanied by a musician.
Konkoba, from Upper Guinea, is a rhythm used to encourage farm workers as they toil with the daba (hoe) in the fields.
Bridging the gap between interactive dance theatre and live music, dancer Taylor Han and cellist Simone Seales create a world where everyone is welcomed into their playful improvis…
This virtuoso is returning for her fourth year with the Enharmonic Collective.
Footsteps to Theatre (in association with Cumbria Curtain Call) present a youth production of Lionel Bart’s classic musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist.
Singing sensation Thomas Cameron is a charismatic, Classic Brit Award-nominated tenor, whose powerful voice has been described as having velvet-like qualities and is making ‘wave…
Join the Bohemians in their return to the Fringe and hear an eclectic selection of their favourite Broadway songs.
Join us for a bonnie (and wild!) evening of Scottish Ceilidh Dancing in the heart of Edinburgh.
Extreme nonsense from award-winning idiot Dan Lees.
Thomas Farriner (the one who burnt London to a crisp in 1666?) is a fantastic (albeit dead) baker, and we have resurrected him.
Experience the original sounds of this truly unique flamenco artist, bringing the Andalusian air with a flamenco, jazz and Latin American repertoire interpreted in his genuine mann…
One of The Guardian’s top five shows of 2021 returns for a limited run! Join The Duchess of Canvey on a hilarious journey of self-discovery as she reclaims her place in the heart…
In her fabulous new show The Working Girls of Soho, Josephine Pembroke, creator of Pussies Galore, the infamous club act of the 1990s and darling of the iconic Café de Paris, Heav…
His name is Gavrilo Princip.
Self-described musical genius James Love and his sequin-clad showgirl wife Stephanie have been married for 12 years.
Scotland’s music industry social night, Born To Be Wide, presents a celebration of Edinburgh’s scene, past and present.
Practically Perfect! takes a light-hearted and affectionate look at the many aspects of Julie Andrews’ career and personal life, exploring the contrast between the public face of…
An original new musical that puts a bluegrass twist on contemporary musical theatre.
Lighthouse is an upbeat Irish-American musical full of original drinking songs and step dancing numbers.
David Harmer and Ray Globe, the irrepressible Glummer Twins, are back with an irreverent trawl through the eight decades that made them what they are today: old.
Halle-berry-lujah! Your sassy, dyslexic King of the shoes is heaven scent in a cloud of Febreze to tell you how he came to be the fabulous influencer that he is whilst setting the …
This show presents a collective of exciting musical theatre numbers relating to the theme of being unapologetically you and making a lasting impact on the world around you.
When her grandmother dies, Cece spirals into a quarter-life crisis.
A fun, interactive and educational show for babies and toddlers – suitable for the whole family, where wriggling is allowed! Professional violinist and cellist perform a live pro…
Show Me What You’re Maid Of follows a bridal party on the day of Flora’s wedding.
Sally bullied her dad into buying her a fiddle at age five and she has been playing to anyone who will listen ever since.
Four young New Yorkers’ lives intertwine in unexpected ways as they try to figure out life, relationships and whether Cabernet goes with fish.
Set to the last tour of the Tragically Hip, They’ve All Gone and We’ll Go Too explores what it means to be Canadian in an American world, how music can save your life and how the u…
William Roby stars as centenarian cabaret artist Mr Noel Howard in this solo show about a veteran performer who at a hundred-and-something (his actual age is revealed in the show i…
Torn is part verbatim testimony and part jukebox musical: an affectionate and uncompromising love letter to the power of the uterus.
An hour of ill-advised mash-ups and remixes.
A fun, interactive and educational show for babies and toddlers where wriggling is allowed! Professional violinist and cellist share their programme of music inspired by animals �…
Kunfetaga means ‘wandering’.
Join Colin MacLeod and friends for an hour’s musical journey through the centre of Edinburgh to discover some of the Celtic music delights, tunes, their stories and the musicians…
Fringe favourite Leah, the wee powerhouse from Glasgow, is back with this brand-new show.
A fast-moving, shiny new spoken word cabaret.
William’s dream comes true, chosen to play at Mozart’s birthday celebrations.
‘Everything starts with a dream’.
Eric Tinker, comedian and strummer, veteran of four Adelaide Fringes, brings his successful show to Edinburgh for the first time! Eric has performed at clubs, pubs and festivals ar…
Be transported into the supernatural world of The Three Seas.
Glasgow’s Brian Molley Quartet collaborate with world-renowned Indian percussionist Krishna Kishor in a highly original, innovative and exhilarating musical fusion.
Exuberant fusion of funky mbalax/Afrobeat rhythms with undercurrents of ska, rock, Senegalese soul; original songs with impassioned vocals, infectious guitar licks and irresistible…
Ranging from the bittersweet to the bawdy, from in-character monologues to heartfelt true confessions.
Let award-winning Scottish troubadour and band (with special guest Kirsten Adamson, daughter of Big Country’s Stuart) transport you to a sepia-stained cantina with songs from his a…
BBD Productions return to the Fringe to premier their new show, Divas, after their five-star sell-out run in 2019.
A personal and collective story about rural depopulation, told through storytelling, live music and theatre.
‘Extreme close up on a mushroom, glowing softly against the forest floor.
A mesmerising concert of West End musical theatre favourites starring Leona Marie.
Smashing Cabinets Theatre’s adaptation of Dave Malloy’s Ghost Quartet is ghost-like and haunting, confusing at times, but generally falls somewhere between the mysteriousness o…
After a sold-out run, The B Collective returns with their exhilarating high-octane show Murder Ballads, adapted from the album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.
The New Act of the Year 2022 and Musical Comedy Award 2021 finalists debut their salacious cabaret of unbridled fun.
The brilliant accordion and clarinet duo perform much-loved favourites from the musicals with their legendary skill and infectious enjoyment.
If you’re not convinced by the title I have no idea what this is going to do.
Led by Colombian-American Felipe Schrieberg, Feli y Los Malos is a latin-pop quartet blending together blues, boogaloo and Cuban son into something altogether unique.
Frank Foucault is a serious musician now.
Debut Fringe show from one of Ireland’s fastest rising stand-ups, award-winning writer, creator and star of BBC NI sketch series The Paddy Raff Show and host of BBC Three’s Stand U…
Jon Long (star of Radio 4’s Extinction Compendium) is back with more stand-up and songs about our impending doom, with thoughts on how we might yet avoid it.
Are you ready for a wild night of Jungle Cumbia? Los Chichanos bring to the Fringe a live fiesta of psychedelic Latin vibes.
David and Emma arrive at work on Christmas Eve – the only two people in the office the morning after the Christmas party.
The pantomime is called Panto She Wrote and it was written by two panto-enthusiasts at the University of Bristol.
An American divorcee, a besotted Prince and a constitutional crisis – sound familiar? But this was 1936.
The year is 1348 and the small Yorkshire village of Bogsfield is about to be hit by the Black Death.
One hour of existential crisis and millennial dread about dating whilst simultaneously destroying your happy childhood memories of Sesame Street.
The Blueswater return to the Fringe with a special 10th anniversary edition of their award-winning show.
Have you ever noticed how all female leads in historical fiction are.
A musical and a film about Queen and not one show about The Fall? That’s bobbins! One man’s award-winning celebration of the work of the late writer, musician and working-class g…
Set in – you guessed it – Chicago, a young woman named Lulu is looking for job after job.
You Can’t Sing With Us! The Bristol Suspensions are back better than ever with their all-new Fringe set! After winning the UK national championships of collegiate a cappella (and…
The Jennifer Ewan Band performs a stirring mix of heartfelt original songs, Louisiana accordion blues and old-time Cajun dance music with a Celtic tint.
Based on the popular Scottish folk song, we follow the comic adventures of Maggie played by Jacqueline Hannan, a bus conductress in Fife in her new job.
Jonathan’s gorgeous programme starts with two beautiful Villa-Lobos preludes, then dances through a Bach Bourree and Gigue.
Celebrating his 40th anniversary earning his living as a poet/musician, Attila is using this year’s Fringe to launch Heart On My Sleeve, his collected works published by Cherry Red…
A rock concert in a courtroom.
Slap ‘N’ Tickle Theatre Company, founded in 2020 by East 15 Acting School alumni, has created a fabulously entertaining piece of devised theatre that explores sensitive issues …
We live in a crazy world of fear and anxiety! But don’t worry, Dr Theatre is here to solve your problems in a show packed full of fabulous musical theatre songs with all the answ…
Finalist in the 2021 Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year and three-time finalist in the Musical Comedy Awards, Matty “voice of an angel” Hutson is bringing his signature styl…
In this cabaret exploring body standards in the entertainment industry, Abby Rose Morris details her experiences as a plus-size performer while dismantling the ever-present cultura…
A collaborative, devised piece that celebrates clubbing and what it means to young people.
Peter Straker has one of the greatest, sweetest voices in British theatre, a unique performer who has starred in original productions of Hair and Tommy.
A smorgasbord of Viking gods, an enchanting Norse soundscape and a pair of wise-cracking ravens accompany a Yorkshire lass on her journey from childhood to motherhood, revealing my…
The Riverside Theatre Company returns to Edinburgh to take on this Euripides classic.
When Amy, Megan, Nicole and Olivia decide to go on a week-long girls holiday to Magaluf, some of them are excited for sun, sex and sangria.
Join Papageno on his quest to find a magpie feather for the Queen of the Night, encountering a number of his friends, including Cinderella, Hansel and Gretel and Carmen, as well as…
Award-winning musical theatre company The Talentz are bringing festive sparkle to you for our eighth year at the Fringe.
World-renowned songsmith and pianist extraordinaire, John Thorn, returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with a sublime collection of new original songs exploring the meaning of life and t…
On the heels of her highly acclaimed West End tour de force Liza Pulman Sings Streisand, Fascinating Aida’s Liza Pulman returns with her brand-new show and album, The Heart of It.
Divine Dance presents John the Baptist and the Bees.
If life is about the journey and not the destination, then the passengers on the 15:00 train from London King’s Cross to Edinburgh Waverley don’t know which way to go.
TuFlamenco Academy invites you to their fabulous performance Flamenco in Scotland.
Daily hour of the best musical comedy at this year’s Fringe, produced by the Musical Comedy Guide website (check for daily listings).
The songwriting genius of Neil and his writing partners will go down in history as one of the most successful of all time.
Would you save the world if you could? Alexander Fleming’s penicillin was a life-changing discovery that became a world-changing cure.
WhirlyGig by Daniel Padden, co-produced with Catherine Wheels and Red Bridge Arts.
An extraordinary collaboration between dancers from Kibera and Kariobangi, two informal settlements in Nairobi.
A group of eclectic pre-teens (played by just as eclectic adults) learn that winning (and losing) isn’t everything as they spell their way through a series of (potentially made-up)…
The talented performers of Edinburgh Music Theatre return with an unmissable show of movie musical showstoppers.
Formed in 1982, Edinburgh Music Theatre will be celebrating its big birthday (40 years young!) by performing a musical revue.
At Johnnie Walker Princes Street, we know a thing or two about creating the perfect blend.
Extraordinary concert of French airs de cour and their baroque admirers – Lully, Lambert, Tessier, Purcell, Handel.
This Is Us – The Greatest Showman Tribute you will Never Get Enough of! A show of A Million Dreams, so Come Alive and Rewrite the Stars! Come sing along to This is Me.
A Scottish/African group presenting original songs by composer/playwright, Neo Vilakazi, based in Edinburgh.
Artists Sonia Killmann and Constant Vigier invite you to their house-warming party at the French Institute in Scotland.
Kathputli Colony is India’s biggest community of traditional artists, home to thousands of musicians, dancers, puppeteers and street-performers.
Oh no! The piano has lost its music! But a little girl wants to help the piano find it again, and together they set off on a magical adventure.
A fast, unexpectedly heart-warming play written by Paul Richards.
Join Monski Mouse, special guest cabaret superstar Dusty Limits, and friends for a live musical cabaret of nursery classics, reworked song, puppetry and fun for 0-5s.
The Mystic Chorale have interactively brought their audiences into the singing experience, creating living communities of world song for more than 30 years.
The Embers Collective are teaming up with Stumble Trip Theatre to bring you a collection of wild tales for weird folk.
The Chap Himself returns to the Fringe armed with his beats, rhymes, manners and some small instruments for a strictly limited run of Chap-Hop recitals.
Gabbi Bolt really hopes her keyboard doesn’t break.
By invite, the Windrush Generation came to rebuild Britain following the end of the Second World War.
Affectionate musical comedy on the world’s longest-serving monarch, a thoroughly modern, fully empowered female role model.
Madagascar Jr is the stage musical version of the 2005 children’s movie, a charmingly simple story of friendship amongst lovable animals.
Minutes before the clock strikes 12, a group of friends rediscover themselves and their goals for the new year.
Following their 2021 five-star Fringe show, Little Shop of Horrors, A-Team are back with a bang (bang)! Bonnie and Clyde is a fast-paced, Tony Award-winning musical which tells the…
Broadcaster Mark Stephen and folk singer Gill Bowman look beyond the haggis and tartan to the real Scotland: stories, secret places and iconic songs.
Based on the hit film, this award-winning musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth tells the story of an ordinary group of women in a Yorkshire Women’s Institute who create an artist…
Clara tells the story of 19th century piano star Clara Schumann.
You‘ve read the books and seen the movies.
Have you ever considered how much easier it would be to stop trying to be a nice person and just be a dick to everyone? You will after watching this show.
Scene Africa celebrates African contributions to world culture through protagonist short stories intertwined with original music, dance routines and physical theatre.
Stop horsing around, grab your wellies and get moo-vin’ and groovin’ as Funbox welcome you to their Funky Farm! Join Anya and Kevin as they escape to the countryside for songs, sil…
The infamous Haus Party is back! Otto & Astrid (from Die Roten Punkte), Berlin’s prince and princess of art rock and Europop host a raucous evening of the very best musical comedy,…
Join Grant and comedy sidekick Mini Dalek on some hilarious lockdown misadventures, epic songs on ukulele and surreal art works as Mini Dalek presents his first art exhibition, Sal…
Watch 13-year-old Ahan Dasgupta make his debut with Feynman on Why Do Magnets Attract? Immerse yourself in an afternoon of monologue and drums, as we try to answer this probing que…
The only place to see top Black comedians and cabaret acts from around the globe (who are still able to get in the country or afford travel).
Alan Turing – A Musical Biography.
Fresh from a UK tour supporting Adam Ant, Laurie Black invites you for a knees-up around the pianna (ahem, Microkorg).
This celebration of the mating game takes on the truths and myths behind that contemporary conundrum known as: ‘the relationship.
Gecko’s playful story-songs will take you on a journey via ignored characters in Italian renaissance paintings, pig outlaws and tooth fairy admin.
Music is magic.
Cirque Alfonse takes us through a series of surreal farm fables served up with a touch of irreverence, impressive virtuosity and the company’s familiar comic touch.
Why toddle when you can dance? Join DJ Monski Mouse and her dancers for an epic session of bonkers, bopping, beautiful fun.
Flamenco dancer Gabriela Pouso is joined by award-winning flamenco guitarist Daniel Martinez to offer viewers an hour of traditional flamenco music and dance.
Two contrasting elements combine to make Rebel into a spectacular show ideally suited to the vast tent that is Underbelly’s Circus Hub on the Meadows.
After last year’s comeback concert extravaganza came to a screeching halt, pop diva Yasmine Day has returned to launch her fifth debut album.
Paul Richards literally can’t stop drumming; he’s performed all over the world, from huge gigs in China to grotty working men’s clubs, posh corporate gigs to the whole of the UK to…
Before he became a stand-up, Alex Leam’s first showbiz career was as a mobile DJ.
Few things are guaranteed: death, taxes and Joseph getting ID’d! After amassing over 3 million views on TikTok, taking the runner-up spot at the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the…
Based out of Vancouver, Canada, Shirley Gnome is an unapologetically femme, empowering, uplifting, smart, honest, unhinged and hilarious cabaret performer and songwriter.
An experimental reimagining of Shakespeare’s great play.
Learn your lessons well! Stephen Schwartz’s acclaimed gospel musical gets the Royal (Conservatoire of Scotland) treatment in this fully staged, full-length production.
The harbinger of rock‘n’drole returns to Edinburgh with more guitar-wielding wordplay and silliness.
Chloe, Maia and Anna are reunited under the most painful of circumstances, the death of their mother.
Local jazz quartet JazzMain has built its reputation around the 50s and 60s Blue Note Jazz era, closely studying exceptional jazz artists like Dexter Gordon and his contemporaries …
One of 18 worldwide ‘Best of’ shows selected to participate in the Fringe Encore series, Off-Broadway, at the historic Soho Playhouse in New York City in 2019.
A songwriter with severe writer’s block and a looming deadline battles the version of Ernest Hemingway that lives in her head.
From the brilliant minds behind SiriusXM – Kids, Harry’s Wand (Steve Goodie) and best-selling author of Don’t Feed the Bully (Brad Tassell), comes the Halloween show that every…
Sue Kelvin stars in a tribute show to Bette Midler, covering her life and songs from the perspective of a lifelong fan.
Playwright, composer, actor, singer; Noël Coward defined and shaped the 20th century.
This new folk musical comedy reimagines Jane Austen’s classic novel in modern America with gender-swapped characters.
Murder has come to Rothersdale, where nothing ever happens.
Lori Hamilton's retelling of her eventful life is touching and amusing, despite the whirlwind pacing.
After sell-out performances and five-star reviews from 2016-2019, our performers are excited to return to Edinburgh for their fifth year with a new line-up of songs! Featuring worl…
Lauren Brewer and Will Geraint Drake’s The Single Lady is a musical extravaganza, giving Elizabeth I the same treatment that Hamilton did to the Founding Fathers.
Based on a true story, this new piece of gig theatre is a distinctly female story of motherhood, survival and intergenerational cycles of abuse.
Cynthia grew up playing classical piano in a Colorado town, but she was determined to achieve the keys to success by attending a prestigious New York City music school.
Come join the brilliant Boogie Shoes Silent Disco Walking Party as they return to their Scottish roots for an immersive dance-walk through the historic streets of Edinburgh.
‘Absurdly talented’ (FringeBiscuit.
This cast of professional performers is excited to return for their fifth year with the Best of Broadway! After sell-out performances and rave reviews, this show is sure to be a ho…
A play about love transcending separation.
One man’s journey to good mental health via a very bad idea.
It is difficult to work out exactly who this play is for.
Omigod You Guys! Come and join Stage Avenue for this all-singing, all-dancing, feel-good musical comedy based on the hit movie, Legally Blonde.
Judy Garland is an icon, loved as Dorothy in Oz.
As the daughter of Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth has witnessed, first hand, the consequences of when love goes wrong.
An insistent palm-reading drag queen declares Jenny will never find love, sending her reeling back to a high school match-making scheme that horrifyingly matched her with the bigge…
A pianist with superhuman coordination, Los Angeles-based Milen Kirov is an award-winning Bulgarian-American pianist and composer with an inimitable artistic voice and celebrated c…
Whilst it may be apt to stage John Montgomery and Derek Batchelor’s Flesh - a musical about Burke and Hare - at Surgeon’s Hall, the novelty stops there.
‘The past isn’t dead, it’s not even past’ (William Faulkner).
A night of comedy featuring top acts from the Fringe, curated and programmed by London’s premier comedy venue Leicester Square Theatre.
BBD Productions return to the Fringe with Big Band Does… Broadway after their five-star sell-out run in 2019.
An original musical with plenty of spark, Vote Macbeth! aims to present a fresh take on the well-worn story of the Scottish play.
Tom Waits depicted the poor, the punks, the hobos and the lost.
Love, song, dance and murder – Domitius retells the tale from an unbiased viewpoint paving the way for audiences to experience that particular reign in Ancient Rome.
Bare Productions return following their five-star, sell-out Fringe 2019 run with the fabulous musical – Kinky Boots.
It’s time for us to play.
Critically acclaimed singer Richard Shelton (Sinatra: Raw, Sinatra and Me, Rat Pack Confidential) returns to Edinburgh’s premier cabaret venue with live backing to entertain you wi…
Turning what we know about morality on its head, Gabrielle James and Joshua Newman’s Living With Sin is an interesting twist on the traditionally 'evil' seven deadly sins…
A profound, thrilling mix of music and storytelling, head/lining is a lyrical deep dive inside the mind of a working-class white lad coming to terms with his life so far; from noxi…
Mark Glentworth returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with his unique biographical musical about a successful musician and composer who suddenly and rapidly suffers a career-sto…
Stevensongs: Stevenson meets the French touch! Setting to music some of the most beautiful poems and letters by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, the French duo Fergessen, di…
The award-winning Daniel Martinez Flamenco Company returns to the Fringe to deliver the truly authentic flamenco music and dance that they are well known for.
Get ready for an evening of parody, poetry and fun as Eric returns with satirical classics, old and new.
Mary Jo’s boyfriend hijacks a workshop of her critically acclaimed one-woman show, Born MYdentity.
Iconic Mexican singer Chavela Vargas – a trailblazer who constantly broke the mold – was edgy in the 1990s and is totally relevant today because her story pushes so many hot to…
Primary Times Children’s Choice Award winner.
Take a trip with Debra (Dead Ringers, Spitting Image, The Imitation Game, Bad Girls) as she hurtles through time in a multiverse of musical icons from Billy Holliday to Billie Eili…
Having written over 200 songs during lockdown exploring some of the more comical aspects of the pandemic, Siobhan Argyle is bringing her sold-out show from Glasgow to the Edinburgh…
Join us on this wonderful, well-known tale of greed and humility as the Beast learns what it is to love and be loved.
Are you ready to be dumped on? Prepare to be caught with your pants down as six all-too-relatable characters celebrate their triumphs, lament their griefs and reveal their secrets …
Australia’s award-winning cult-cabaret mischief-makers, circus stars and heart-stopping hooligans Briefs Factory, join forces with much celebrated songbird Sahara Beck.
Comedian Fab La Roche-Francoeur loves the feeling of being surrounded by an audience laughing at his jokes.
Set in late 19th-century Germany, the musical tells the story of teenagers discovering the inner and outer tumult of adolescent sexuality.
At St Cecilia’s school, Peter and Jason have a hidden love affair, but what happens when this is exposed to their family and friends? A riveting piece of musical theatre brought to…
When the three little wolves go out into the world and build themselves a house, their mother warns them to beware the Big Bad Pig.
Once Upon a Midnight Dreary is a macabre new play by the innovative Scottish playwright, Annie James with original music by Singer/Songwriter/Composer Adam Usnami.
Let the ensemble take you on a journey of sound and motion through a modern artistic portrayal of this 1,400 year-old spiritual practice.
Working, from the book by Studs Terkel.
Avenue Q is back after its sell-out 2019 run.
Join Art27 Scotland Artist in Residence Elaine Cheng as she explores the binaries of Hong Kong and China through her new sonic composition, discussion and tales of the life of thos…
Picture this: a musical based on the women of the Manson Family set to the music of Fleetwood Mac.
Bienvenue to Chansons, the musical intercultural cabaret.
Broadway, here we come! The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s production of Little Women is astonishingly professional, from the high quality costumes and stage setting to the ph…
I think I’ve fallen in love.
Back for its 10th year this show bounces with energy.
We all have a mother, and an opinion about how she should be.
With her children leaving home and her marriage on the rocks, comic singer Liz Cotton writes saucy lyrics as a secret hobby to help her cope with life.
Join us on these free guided tours of the musical treasures on display at St Cecilia’s Hall, Scotland’s oldest concert hall and home to the University of Edinburgh’s Musical …
Watch music, theatre and reality collide in this brand-new musical production! Feeling Pretty tells a story of women reclaiming their power.
The Edinburgh University Savoy Opera Group is back at Paradise Green with a musical whodunit by Kander and Ebb, the pair behind Chicago and Cabaret.
Joseph Tawadros is a multiple award-winning Oud virtuoso and a larger-than life-character, in both music and personality.
Gethsemane has a wide selection of new, fresh, and contemporary music with rock, acoustic and classical themes.
Aideen McQueen: Sugar Baby.
Father-son stand-up comics Paul and Paul wish life was more like television and they had the power to rewrite and recast the characters in their lives.
Covering artists from all across the pop music spectrum, Accordion Ryan will sing and play your favourite bangers in a way you’ve never heard them before! Having played in venues a…
The Christmas story, Broadway-style.
A sweaty man runs to a building with a paper full of ideas.
Timothy Pope is looking through his telescope – but wait, is that a Shark, in the Park!? From the creative team behind the Hairy Maclary show – see all three of Nick Sharratt’s…
From Mozart to Muddy Puddles! Peppa Pig – My First Concert is a fun interactive introduction to a live orchestra with everyone’s favourite Pig family! Join Peppa as she discovers…
The continuing story of PD’s perpetually interrupted life.
The Fremonts have been married ten years and have the therapy bills to prove it.
Following their sell-out 2018 show, UK’s best-selling author Julia Donaldson and a cast of four return with a brand-new show based on her much loved books including The Smartest Gi…
The new award-nominated show from the lively double act – Kieran and Tom bring you the most unimportant hour of your life.
Imagine if Prince and Mae West were best friends.
Four stories; 14 tracks.
They’re back! After years away touring the world, the Olivier Award-winning godfathers of alternative cabaret celebrate their 30th anniversary with a triumphant return to the Fring…
Mr Brightside hasn’t left the UK charts in 18 years.
A young girl wishes that people were more like animals (because they’re nicer and kinder, obviously) and wakes to find herself transformed into a rat! But it’s not just her! All of…
A potty-mouthed romp through this bizarre-but-true story, from cult internet phenomenon and two-hit-wonder Kunt and the Gang.
Musical comedian Chris Iskander is a manly man’s man, man.
Leith Social offers a rotation of different comedic, musical and cabaret acts under the roof of The Pitt Street Market, hosted by Cornish comedian Sam Lake.
Join cult songstress Diane Chorley, and sidekick Milky, as they bring back their iconic 80s nightclub The Flick, where the dancing doesn’t stop, the band keeps playing and the Baby…
Gen Z has arrived.
All Things Must Pass, they say.
Paul Simon is a name that has cemented itself into the ‘hearts and bones’ of audiences all over the world.
The hopelessly flawed Sugarcoated Sisters unleash their multi-million-hit TikTok personas onto the stage for the first time.
Andy Roach, Liverpool-based comedian who was shortlisted in the Musical Comedy Awards 2022, makes his solo Edinburgh debut.
Winner of Underbelly, New Diorama and Methuen Drama’s hit-making Untapped 2022.
The power and poise of a 20th century cultural icon is brought to brilliant life by Apphia Campbell in Black is the Color of My Voice, a deeply moving mix of music and theatre.
Two internationally touring Canadian comedians, Andrew Packer and Jacob Balshin, perform a blend of stand-up and musical comedy with an emphasis on improvised crowd interaction.
One small step for man, one giant pile of rubbish left behind! Man’s dream to reach the stars leaves the world in ruins and disturbs the sleeping dinosaurs.
After moving to London to live within a more diverse community, Livia learns that the self-hate feelings she experienced all her life are internalised racism and survival technique…
Choir of Man is the best night in your local you’ve ever had.
Lanessa has been performing shows all her life.
Musical comedian and viral internet songboy, Anesti Danelis, presents a comedy concert inspired by all of those stupid self-help books.
Eve’s eyes are green like guacamole, she has posh hair and a freckle on her chin and when she puts her hand on Elle’s arm… This heart-warming and belly-achingly funny story i…
Award-winning performer Michael Kunze makes his Edinburgh solo debut as the world’s greatest rapping pasta chef: Lil Saffron, aka the King of the Kitchen.
Comedian Tom GK has decided to record the greatest album of all time and he has just 50 minutes to prove he’s up to the job.
Some shows are Fringe standards, you can’t help but think that they’re like the ravens at the Tower of London; that if they weren’t here, everything would come tumbling down.
Now in our 10th year! Smash-hit production, The Improv Musical returns to take the Fringe by storm.
Howl with the hounds and dance on the moors! Kate’s not there, but you are.
World record-breaking beatboxer SK Shlomo makes mad music with his mouth and has performed around the world with legends like Bjork, Ed Sheeran and Rudimental.
Shelf are a musical comedy double act.
A worldwide sensation from Montreal to Beijing, Fills Monkey return with an exhilarating new show.
Using his innate ability to craft songs on the spot, Rob creates a full discography for a fictional artist created by you, the audience.
A magical, charming show of dance and acrobatics which will delight children and adults alike.
The professional pissheads at Shit-faced Showtime return to Edinburgh with their smash-hit festive boozical! After the pesky pestilence scuppered our plans, we’ve decided to give…
This new folk musical seeks to explore our heritage and legacy, weaving two parallel stories; one of a crofter and a wandering soldier in the 18th Century, and one of an old pensio…
Watch multi award-winning impressionist and star of Spitting Image Jess Robinson save the world in under an hour! Join the Edinburgh favourite as you’ve never seen her before – s…
Don’t be fooled by the singing cowboys, this is an incredibly serious play, if only for the fact that the pair of Will Rowland and Eddy Hare have clearly done their research for …
Award-winning comedian and actor Michelle Brasier (Netflix’s Aunty Donna, Double Denim) debuts her critically acclaimed show.
The Ghosting of Rabbie Burns by Gillian Duffy.
With his warm and immersive musical comedy, Morgan Jay has had multiple TV appearances in the US and amassed over half a million followers on TikTok and over 20 million views acros…
‘The only reason for time is so that everything doesn’t happen at once’ (Albert Einstein).
Join this multi award-winning musical storyteller for another collection of story-songs.
As we all know, COVID was invented to stop people from enjoying live music, but now Two Hearts are here to help us recover from two years of silence.
The Spice Girls of improv return for a fifth triumphant year in their five-star, sell-out, totally improvised musical comedy.
During a bizarre childhood accident, Trevor was drenched head to toe in dragon’s blood.
Join New Zealand’s fastest comedian (5km and 10km) for an enchanting afternoon In the Moonlight.
In aid of the suicide charity CALM, and sound-tracked live with songs from his upcoming second album, the acclaimed beatboxer is back with Breathe: a breathtakingly theatrical disp…
Caste-ing explores the experiences of three black actresses using beatboxing, rap, song and spoken word.
Total Edinburgh Fringe sell-out 2015-2019.
Simon David belongs to the most toxic, self-destructive (and annoying!) demographic there is: the white gay.
Multi award-winning musical comedy duo Flo & Joan are climbing out of their pits, armed with a piano and percussion section to bring you a brand new show of their critically acclai…