Local band the Scattered Notes will perform songs from their continually expanding repertoire.
‘How can such a pure feeling emerge from an actor’s body?’ (Franco Acquaviva, Sipario.
After their sell-out show in 2014, The Rolling Tones are back all the way from King’s College London with The B-aca-chelorette! You won’t want to miss our 12 beautiful bachelorette…
A show that will take you on an emotional, inspiring, global journey.
The Bach Ensemble of Edinburgh return to Canongate Kirk for their ninth Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a baroque programme of Bach, Vivaldi and Handel.
Directed by Neil Metcalfe, new vocal ensemble WD 40+ present their concert of favourite light classics. Guest soloist Rachael Liddell. Produced by Irene Drummond.
Vox Stars Presents Star Inspirations.
‘The first time I heard Andrea Carlson, I was in love!’ (Charlie Silvestri, UpCloseAndAcoustic.
Time to relax and listen to classical music in this beautiful historic church.
After an unbroken run from 1990 to 2019, Fife’s premier operatic concert group Ensemble is delighted to be able to return to the superb setting of St.
Join the South African soprano and winner of the Song Prize at the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition 2021, Masabane Cecilia Rangwanasha, with Simon Lepper at the piano in…
Veteran singer/songwriter/keyboardist Charlie Wood takes you on a live listening tour through the rich musical history of his hometown, performing songs by WC Handy, BB King, Otis …
Voices of Lions is an outstanding male voice choir of 45 young singers based in south-west London.
‘Fantastic!’ (Jools Holland).
A great song is a great song forever! The team behind the hugely successful Cry Me A River: The Songs of Julie London and Jazz at The Movies return.
Coro 22 returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to perform the celebratory first part, The Coming of Christ, from Handel’s masterpiece.
Join Cameron Shahbazi, a Persian-Canadian counter-tenor with Ashok Gupta on the piano in a series of two song recitals of music composed by Handel for the Edinburgh Musical Society…
The Cougar and the Cub stars two hysterical and unrestrained comedians: Trish Smart and Christy the Comedian.
In March 1952, hunched over a typewriter on a semi-circular table in the corner of a Jamaican villa, a man has finally completed his first draft of an espionage novel that would re…
New to the Fringe, a chat show with leading sports figures from across the UK.
Claire Barnett-Jones, BBC Cardiff Singer of the Year, winner of the Dame Joan Sutherland Audience Prize 2021, gives a 250th anniversary homage to Sir Walter Scott, the world-famous…
Scottish soprano Irene Drummond presents the soloists of Coro 21 in a performance of Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater and selected arias from Handel’s operas and oratorios.
A previous Emerging Artist with Scottish Opera, Bethan, accompanied by Keval on the piano, sings a selection of songs by Chaminade, Crumb, Dove, Haydn and Mozart.
Ciara Harvie is a classical crossover singer from Edinburgh.
Edinburgh-based Venue 67 regulars Pitchblenders hit your living room with another smorgasbord of swing jazz, blues, Latin and continental vocals from Christine Adams, with suitably…
Join Glasgow-born Michael Mofidian (bass-baritone) accompanied on the piano by Keval Shah as he sings a selection of songs by Jean Sibelius (1865-1957).
Linda’s music is often described with words like.
An electric blues tribute to the masters, BB King, Albert King and Freddie King, including classics The Thrill Is Gone and Born Under a Bad Sign.
‘Fantastic’ (Jools Holland).
Come along to an inspirational evening of music making brought to you by the Voices of Hope choir, comprised of people connected with The Salvation Army Homelessness Services in Sc…
Appearing for the 29th successive year in the magnificent setting of St Andrew’s and St George’s West, Fife vocal concert group Ensemble (www.
Sit back and enjoy an hour of some of the most beautiful 19th-century German lieder.
Wendy showcases new material from her forthcoming album, featuring her powerful, siren-like voice (the mystical creatures that lured sailors to their death, not a police siren!), c…
Cold Turkey Blues – singer/songwriter Chris Ray King with a one-off, solo acoustic set. Storytelling, dark humour, romance and a surprisingly high body count.
Glits makes a welcome return to the Edinburgh Fringe with their new choral production.
A great song is a great song forever! The team behind the hugely successful Cry Me a River: The Songs of Julie London and Jazz at the Movies return.
Acclaimed London-based jazz/blues/soul vocalist Kerry Jo Hodgkin pays tribute to legendary jazz and popular music singer-songwriter and composer, Peggy Lee.
Illuminations A Cappella’s powerful show Minds Alight!, in support of YoungMinds, combines their vibrant image and uplifting music to convey a powerful message of adversity, frie…
After their sell-out 2018 debut Fringe show Too Many Ukes Spoil The Broth, Ukelear Fusion are back! Their new show Knowing Me, Knowing Uke is full of brand-new covers of songs from…
This show celebrates aspiring singers as they take you on their singing journey and development, through the music of their idols.
Healthy Harmonies, NHS Fife’s staff choir, grew out of the conviction that singing is good for the soul.
Six strong Norwegian voices offering a cappella arrangements ranging from jazz, pop, Scandinavian folk music to classical pieces.
The Bach Ensemble of Edinburgh return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for an eighth consecutive year for two concerts.
Classic and lesser-known jazz gems rendered with passion, swing and grace by an international trio of top-flight players.
MTM Musical Theatre Awards nominee: Best Composer for Sailing to Tomorrow, 2007.
The tenor/countertenor duo of Hugo Mallet and Fritz Spengler perform famous airs and arias of the life and legacy of Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919).
After working with some of the music industry’s biggest names including Mark Ronson, Boy George and Florence + The Machine, MKC step back into the spotlight to bring a new, excit…
Edinburgh duo Kerill Winters and David Clater return to the Fringe with two evening shows of melodic good-time country.
Young German countertenor, Fritz Spengler, performs iconic arias from the late-17th to mid-19th centuries to bring italianate opera to a wider world through The Carnegie Hall.
Centenary recital to the Scots creator of The Carnegie Hall, Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919), the world’s greatest temple to the arts and music with the acclaimed Scottish bass-bariton…
Luna Blu are a contemporary vocal trio based in the North East of England.
Since 1999, ROSL has brought together young classical musicians from across the Commonwealth to perform at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Time to relax and listen to classical music in this beautiful historic church just off the Royal Mile.
Taylor & Leigh return to the Fringe, bringing soulful Country Blues.
‘Boogie-woogie, slide-guitar master’ **** (Scotsman).
From the West Side to the Wild Side, Leonard Bernstein to Lou Reed, join New York vocalist Jess Abrams as she sings A Love Letter to New York.
Join us down at The Shore for live music every Friday and Saturday evening, and Sunday afternoon during the Fringe.
Join us for a prime selection of acoustic music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night with different musicians and duos specially chosen for the Fringe; performing each night i…
All the King’s Men are a world-renowned, award-winning all-male a cappella group based in the heart of London.
British jazz diva Jacqui Dankworth and American vocalist/pianist Charlie Wood get together for a husband and wife duet concert celebrating some of the great musical partnerships of…
Original and collected songs and stories from father-daughter duo: with Margaret drawing from her album Brigid’s Birds and Russell sharing some of his very favourite stories.
Five exquisite female voices sing an intriguing cocktail of sacred and profane, medieval, classical, folk and contemporary music from Hildegard of Bingen to Joni Mitchell, Byzantin…
Spend an evening in the company of the world team beatbox champions, The Beatbox Collective.
Ukelear Fusion, the resident ukulele band of the University of St Andrews Music Society, makes their Fringe debut! This ensemble of fun-loving, nerdy, ukulele-toting friends perfor…
Internationally renowned singer Andrea Baker celebrates the extraordinary breadth of the African American female voice.
Join St Andrew’s and St George’s West Choir as they perform a programme of contemporary choral music.
Beautiful heart-wrenching songs, lively cello tunes and lots of laughter from Edinburgh’s own bubbly queen of folk Wendy Weatherby and her all-star band, featuring Fiona Cuthill on…
Our budding authors create a marriage of music and words to weave a story of burgeoning romance.
Following her sell-out show Bonnie Fechters at last year’s Fringe, performer/writer/director Morna Burdon returns with more inspiring stories about women of courage.
Come and hear this recital of Franco-Scottish music of the late 19th to 21st centuries for voice, violin and piano.
Fringe newcomers all the way from Canada, Yonge Guns packed their bags full of all that influences them as musicians, teachers and accountants.
Vocal Force returns to the Fringe with an all-new line-up of songs! These young, enthusiastic performers from the USA harmonise their way through beloved hits that will inspire and…
‘The highlight of my Fringe’ (Audience Review, 2017).
Come and hear this exciting recital of music for voice, violin and piano written in or around 1918.
Experienced Edinburgh duo Kerill Winters and David Clater (vocals, guitars, mandolin) from Americana band Flagstaff bring you two Sundays of good-time melodic country.
The Voice Festival UK once again returns to the Fringe with an evening of a cappella for all the family to enjoy.
One of the UK’s leading, most diverse folk singers and songwriters.
Pitch Purple is back at the Fringe, bringing you more award-winning a cappella! Putney High School’s stellar a cappella group made their debut last year at the Fringe and this ye…
Singing sisters Sorella are a vocal harmony band from the North East of Scotland who emanate a unique and distinctive blend, leaving a lasting impression on their listeners.
Oxford’s award-winning, all-female a cappella group is back to take you on a musical journey through time.
Kevin Rowland – Style icon and leader of the band Dexys (formerly Dexy’s Midnight Runners) is renowned for his vast wealth of musical knowledge and a highly charged eclecticism, …
American Performing Arts International is thrilled to bring their newest musical revue to Edinburgh.
After sold-out performances and rave reviews at Fringe 2017, we’re excited to return to Edinburgh with this revue of Broadway hits! Join us as we bring the best of Broadway to the …
Acclaimed London-based jazz/blues/soul vocalist Kerry Jo Hodgkin pays tribute to the legendary, sultry-toned jazz and popular music singer/actress Julie London.
Hollywood glamour and the sultriness of jazz have been inextricably linked since talking pictures began.
Hailed by critics and fans alike as a one of the finest songwriters of his generation, Friedman has achieved legendary, pop-icon status for chart-topping hits Ariel, Lucky Stars, L…
Scotland’s own Soul Nation Rock Choir are back again with a sizzling hot show to lift you even higher and higher.
After sold-out performances and five-star reviews at Fringe 2016 and 2017, our performers are excited to return to Edinburgh with a new line-up of songs! Featuring world-class voic…
The University of Birmingham A Cappella Society is returning to the Edinburgh Fringe for our third year after a successful 2016 and 2017! You will experience a late afternoon or ev…
Take well-known Elvis songs, some less known, mix in a boy from Tupelo’s story, add a quartet of musicians and gently shake, rattle and roll.
Join us for a prime selection of acoustic music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night with different musicians and duos specially chosen for the Fringe, performing each night i…
Imagine a night where Pharrell Williams croons with Judy Garland, Ricky Martin scats with Cab Calloway, and Maroon 5 groove with Ella Fitzgerald – that night is here! In a fusion…
Following last year’s popular success with The Magic of MGM, Fife’s leading operatic concert group, Ensemble (ensembleinfife.
Acclaimed London-based jazz/blues/soul vocalist Kerry-Jo Hodgkin launches her new album and pays tribute to the legendary, sultry-toned jazz and popular music singer/actress Julie …
Sam Hird (baritone) and Sam Johnson (piano) perform songs by British composer George Butterworth, whose death on the Somme 100 years ago robbed us of one of our most promising musi…
Bristol Uni’s oldest and largest contemporary a cappella group return to the Fringe in their 10th year, covering hits from Bastille, Queen and more from classic rock to modern pop,…
The Other Guys from the University of St Andrews return to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the third time, with more energy and excitement than ever before.
Unbridled to genre or tradition, Calvin Arsenia came of age in Kansas City, studying classical voice, piano and guitar.
Rivers have always inspired artists, poets and composers.
Singing sisters Sorella are a vocal harmony band from the north east of Scotland who emanate a unique and distinctive blend, leaving a lasting impression on their listeners.
A four-piece band that just love singing and playing together.
The award-winning choir the Aberdeen Chorus of Sweet Adelines presents It’s Showtime! a varied, lively and light-hearted performance of show songs sung in four-part close harmony.
Looking for adventure? Join us on our modern day musical Grand Tour.
‘In the 1970s there was a wee bit of a stooshie here in Scotland.
This Australian singer/harpist is bringing her successful Adelaide Fringe show to Edinburgh! Siobhán is what you get when you combine Celtic passion and Classical training! Throw …
The ultimate choir experience with the UK’s most versatile and captivating vocal group.
A programme of Finnish, German, English, Scottish and Russian 19th to 21st-century songs conceived and devised by Ian McFarlane, produced and funded by McFarlane Productions.
A rare chance to hear some of the loveliest Romantic music ever written, in the glorious acoustic of St Andrews and St George’s West Church in the heart of Edinburgh’s Georgian New…
Diva Las Vegas delivers The Sundaes back to Edinburgh for 2017 with the return of their boldest show to date.
A musical journey through the decades with everyone’s favourite hits.
It’s Wonderful: the Songs of Paolo Conte is Espresso Manifesto’s tribute to and transformation of the legendary Italian artist.
The Bach Ensemble of Edinburgh return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for a sixth consecutive year for two concerts.
Join us on a bewitching journey as we return to the Fringe for the 12th time, fresh from a year of sell-out gigs! Expect a veritable potion of songs, with a sprinkling of magic and…
Brought to you by the winners of the Voice Festival UK 2017 and 2015, Pitch Purple present a fun-filled show of unique arrangements of their favourite songs.
The Werbeck Ensemble sings folk and religious repertoire from around the world including Barber, Britten, Elgar, Rachmaninov, Rheinberger and Stravinsky.
Dramatised reading of letters exchanged between the British, Palestinian and Zionist parties 100 years ago sheds more light on the events that led to the present geopolitical relat…
Elgar songs for solo and trio featuring Judith Gardner Jones and pianist Richard J Lewis, with Madeleine Trépanier, and Alicia Pettit.
Karine Polwart is one of Scotland’s finest voices with ‘an unflinching social eye’ (Observer).
Following sell-out success in 2016, Edinburgh Music Theatre will be returning with another evening of marvellous movie and musical theatre classics.
Following sell-out success in 2016, Edinburgh Music Theatre will be returning with another fantastic musical production for all the family this August.
After four years of sell-out shows with his acclaimed trio, multi award-winning pianist Brian Kellock has invited legendary Scottish jazz singer Fionna Duncan to make her Fringe de…
There’s only two chances to see the Fringe’s favourite bluesman stand up and sing swing with Campbell Normand on piano and Ed Kelly on double bass.
Judy began performing on stage before other children had started kindergarten.
Whether you’re an amateur or a professional, our intensive courses from qualified voice professionals can show you how to sing better, stay match-fit for performances and enhance y…
McSorleys is Edinburgh’s premiere live music venue, showcasing up-and-coming local acts and the best Irish bands, seven nights a week. Edinburgh’s number one Irish bar!
Witness a spectacular display of uplifting, feel-good pop, rock and contemporary chart songs performed by national phenomenon, Rock Choir.
After a successful debut at the Fringe Festival in 2016, the University of Birmingham A Cappella Society return with a brand-new showcase! You will experience an afternoon or eveni…
American Performing Arts International return to Edinburgh with their musical theatre revue American Broadway Hits.
ABBA A-Rival are Scotland’s top Abba tribute, performing an explosive show packed with all your favourite ABBA hits, sensational singing and authentic costumes.
theSpace at Symposium Hall is an ideal setting for music appreciation.
Africa Entsha deliver a Cappella with attitude.
One is good with his fingers, the other is good with his mouth.
Returning to Edinburgh for a 7th year, All The King’s Men are the voices that are defining a genre.
Apples and Snakes and New Writing South present a 2 hour workshop aimed at spoken word artists and those interested in writing for performance.
His conniving manager, Mr.
Africa Entsha, a smart, slick a cappella five-piece who reached a global audience in 2010 performing at the World Cup opening ceremony.
Phoenix Session is based in London and works with some of the most exciting emerging artists from the UK’s independent music scene.
La Voix is a woman on a mission - To bring back the glamour! In this hilarious one-woman show, La Voix will take you on a journey exposing, analysing and satirically delive…
Jacqueline & the Sensations is a band from the UK that performs Jacqueline’s original songs.
We are back to lead you in a sing-a-long of hits from all the best musical shows, with a live band of West End theatre musicians backing you.
The world’s going to hell in a handcart, with climate change, extremism and cliches like ‘going to hell in a handcart’.
Serge Gainsbourg in sequins brandishing a flick-knife; Duane Eddy brawling on with the Shangri-Las; Connie Francis fresh from juvy hall with only vengeance on her mind.
Solo musical cabaret exploring genderqueer identity with songs and drag.
A new relaxing
Apples and Snakes and New Writing South team up to present a programme of poetry, spoken word and live literature.
A round of applause for The Sundaes.
In this slightly surreal, politically-charged musical cabaret, seemingly wholesome Scottish lass Cat Loud is still on the prowl for her next big adventure.
Delightful show about the songs we all keep inside ourselves that define who we are.
In the beautiful, atmospheric church of St Nicholas, dating back to 1091, Duo Maddalena recreate the soundscape of medieval France, England and Spain.
Music of the 19th century: the Laplace String Trio: Andrew Biggs - Violin, Beatrice Sales - Viola, NickCooper - Cello, with Sue Mileham - Soprano, Jane Money - Mezzo-Soprano, Tim W…
Frank Sanazi brings his comedy war machine to Brighton for an attack on the South Coast, with his Iraq Pack buddy Saddami Davis Jnr.
Take Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’.
Two nights at The Verdict for Edana Minghella’s quartet.
If you thought a night with the Rainbow Chorus couldn’t get any better, then get ready for a departure from our usual concerts as we roll out an evening of songs from the familiar,…
Soaring soprano and passionate cello lines intermingle with sumptuous piano writing in a recital programme featuring Esther Ward-Caddle (cello)and Nicole Panizza (piano) performing…
Remember Brighton Fringe 2013? Music comedy duo Eccentronic tried to write the UK’s song for Eurovision by identifying what it means to be British, while musing on how we can co-…
Massaoke is the club night sensation where the crowd is the star of the show.
Statistically, January is the month in which tickets to musicals sell best, largely due to the miserable weather and post-Christmas blues.
“One of the best interpreters of Bob Dylan” (Billy Bragg), “Exquisite” (Jazz Review USA).
The untamed and inimitable Jet Black Pearl from the port of Amsterdam sings about macho roosters, ecstatic slugs and other voluptuous creatures, while squeezing one hot accordion.
The well-known children’s entertainer and TV presenter Dave Benson Phillips (‘Playdays’, ‘Playhouse Disney’, ‘Fun Song Factory’, ‘Boj!’) performs popular children’s songs on his …
Ever wondered what a pavlova recipe sounds like in bossa nova? Or craved fitness tips set to industrial techno? Part improv, part concert, ‘re:Verse’ is an interactive musical come…
Nigel Osner reveals a lifetime of yearnings through original songs and stories by characters ranging from an angel to a vampire.
After having a nearly fatal illness, he thought things would be different .
The songs of Enrique Granados, Donizetti and Mozart brought to life with the signature warmth and power of the ravishing voice of Eline Vandenheede, a young soprano with a world cl…
Come and hear Reading Phoenix Choir in its only weekend at Brighton Fringe.
A magical, candlelit evening of uplifting, meditative and devotional Buddhist mantra with beautiful, soulful harmonies.
Did you know that every sound has a colour? What are your true colours? And what happens when all those colours blend together in a choir?
Come and discover an amazing choral rain…
This legendary singer/songwriter/Pop-icon performs his chart hits ‘Ariel’, ‘Lucky Stars’, ‘Lydia’ and more.
Jam Tarts has enjoyed a string of successful shows in 2015 and 2016, including festival appearances and a critically-acclaimed collaboration with Cuban ballet star Carlos Acosta.
8 horns, 2 drummers, scratch-DJ and MC.
Cantica Alba, the Edinburgh-based a cappella ensemble directed by Michael Harris, present A European Pilgrimage, a journey through six centuries of sacred choral music from around …
Two of Scotland’s finest musicians come together for a magical recital, featuring Vaughan Williams’ song cycle Songs of Travel, based on poems by Robert Louis Stevenson and other s…
‘The most eccentric and equally the most talented woman you will see in Edinburgh this month’ **** (BroadwayBaby.
A troubled heart? Unhappy with your lot? Never fear, the agony aunts are here, dispensing words of wisdom in song, ably assisted by Bernstein, Rossini, Purcell and Balfe.
Vocal and instrumental music by Schubert performed at lunchtime in St Vincent’s Church. Featuring the Shepherd on the Rock, the Fantasia in F minor, D.940.
Light out of darkness: music exploring Easter themes, including works by Bach (Jesu, meine Freude), Schütz (Psalm 100), Brahms (Warum ist das Licht gegeben), and Rutter (Wells Jub…
Angus Munro and band offer you a medley of ‘Hipster’ songs reimagined as 20th Century Jazz classics.
Oxford University’s sassiest all-female a cappella group are back! The bad girls of Oxford a cappella are here to give you a vocal treat not to be missed.
As an Edinburgh based act performing in the Edinburgh Fringe there’s always going to be a certain level of expectation from the local crowd.
The boys in maroon are back in town, and this time they have an all-powerful big red button.
Join Rachael Liddell (mezzo-soprano) and Jamie Lang (piano), both recent graduates from Edinburgh Napier University with Bachelor of Music degrees, as they present a selection of A…
Presented by The Bach Ensemble of Edinburgh, the programme for this concert comprised of lesser-known and hugely underappreciated works by the three baroque greats: Antonio Vivaldi…
Record-breaking beatboxer and looping technologist Shlomo has collaborated with Bjork, Damon Albarn, Rudimental and Ed Sheeran.
Oxford’s internationally renowned jazz a cappella group.
Sparkling a cappella vocalists Papagena perform an intriguing cocktail of sacred and profane, medieval, classical, folk and contemporary music, from Hildegard of Bingen to Imogen H…
Acclaimed London-based jazz/blues/soul vocalist Kerry-Jo Hodgkin pays tribute to the legendary, sultry-toned jazz and popular music singer/actress Julie London.
The Voice Festival returns to Edinburgh with another stellar a cappella showcase featuring groups of all ages.
Scotland’s fresh new opera company present a unique production of Charpentier’s Descent Of Orpheus to the Underworld in an exciting Scots language translation.
Doris has been making music from the big-band era of the 1940s to her latest album in 2011.
Only two chances to see the Fringe’s favourite bluesman stand up and sing swing with Campbell Normand’s outstanding Trio.
Let acoustic duo Lunabaï weave you into a world of spirited sound.
Wild World, Father and Son, How Can I Tell You, The Wind and more.
A programme of spoken word and song deeply rooted in the Scottish folk tradition.
South African sensations return.
The Jazz Bar is packed for this one, and no wonder: this is music you can’t help but tap your feet to.
Diva Las Vegas delivers The Sundaes back to Edinburgh with their boldest show to date.
For one night only we invite you into the blissful, exciting musical worlds of Johannes Brahms, Frank Bridge and Hermann Reutter.
Do you know your Green Onions from your Uptown Funk? We got the funk and it’s all here, played by Scotland’s finest eight-piece live band, Lights Out by Nine.
Thanks to Hands Up funding from generous UoB alumni, the University of Birmingham A Cappella Society present their debut Edinburgh Festival Fringe run! You will experience an after…
Ubuntu, meaning compassion and humanity, is a show that speaks about unity amongst the African continent and the world.
Since their Edinburgh debut last year, vocal sensations Aquapella from the University of Bath have toured, won highest-placed UK mixed a cappella group at ICCA, and were a Voice Fe…
Fresh from London, Boston, New York performances, returning to Edinburgh for a sixth year.
‘These singers know how to dazzle and excite their audience.
The award-winning Alternotives are back for their seventh consecutive Edinburgh Fringe! Full of sass and infectious charm this mixed a cappella ensemble from the University of Oxfo…
Marilyn Carino’s torchy, existential electro-soul has been likened to “Nina Simone coming back from the dead to front Morcheeba”; her latest album, ‘Leaves, Sadness, Science’ deeme…
Maxx Silver writes and performs all of his own music.
Shlomo is a world record-breaking beatboxer who makes all kinds of music using just his mouth and a mic.
In a dynamic and totally charming free performance, Owen Elton spreads half-truth and misinformation in original song.
Laurene Hope, who amazed as Piaf, is now ‘La Divina’ Callas - from unwanted child to opera Goddess and her obsession with Onassis.
Short stories set to music.
Short story and flash fiction readings with audience participation.
Sarah Jane Morris and Antonio Forcione come together in a worldwide tour to promote the launch of their collaborative album, ‘Compared to What’, which includes some wry comedy, lov…
Quirky, wistful, witty, jubilant songs; dynamic performance; unique arrangements; ingenious costumes.
This character-driven play from Moving On Theatre had something for everyone.
Welcome to the world of Chic BonBons, an experience like no other, taking inspiration from the unique and enigmatic world of cabaret and burlesque.
Brighton and Hove’s very own LGBT choir swing open the doors of St George’s Church, Kemptown for a medley of songs.
The cabaret is tucked away in a Brighton back street, with a softly lit sign that reads “Wotever Club”.
Kianja is an emerging young singer/songwriter making waves on the live London scene, fusing jazz and urban flavours with a twist of vintage style.
Belle and Sebastian/God Help the Girl’s lead singer performs a story set to song, celebrating our modern day notions of home and belonging.
We sing close, three-part harmonies, sometimes accompanying ourselves with a ukelele and percussion, but half the time we are singing in a barbershop style.
Since 2007, award-winning a cappella sensation ‘In the Smoke’ has been wowing audiences with its own high-energy take on great songs you know and great songs you don’t .
Sublime popular classics by celebrated British composers, featuring professional soloists and instrumentalists, amidst stunning surroundings of St Bartholomew’s Church.
Actor/singer/storyteller Richard Spaul tells stories from Edgar Allan Poe’s macabre masterpiece.
Beauty of Baroque, Saturday 14 May:
Katherine Nicholas - soprano, Janet Omerod - mezzo-soprano and Nick Andrews - piano, present arias and duets by Purcell, Bach and Handel.
A magical candlelit evening of uplifting, meditative and devotional Buddhist mantra with beautiful soulful harmonies.
“Actually” Gay Men’s Chorus are celebrating their 10th anniversary with performances dating back to the very beginning.
Rebelles is a folk, jazz and classical singing group of 9; Julia, Natalie, Michelle, Marina, Andrea, Meredith, Sibyl, Sally and Cat.
For one sensational night only, cabaret legend Dusty Limits
graced the stage of a very chilly Republic venue on Brighton’s seafront.
The Ruby Darlings give an outrageously honest yet totally sexy look at life with a vagina.
African, sacred, uplifting and fun group-harmony singing for all, with the unique and inspiring Mahasukha touch.
Fascinating, touching and truly enlightening, this lesbian musical romance tells the story of forgotten Variety stars Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney.
We all know the refuge that music and singing can bring.
On holiday in Greece, Janet meets the woman of her dreams in a suit and tie singing Frank Sinatra songs, but it’s not all plain sailing.
A platform for Brighton’s homeless to make their voices and stories heard during Brighton Fringe.
London-based comedian Paul Laight and guests deliver a free hour of jokes, puns, observations and a song or two about the horrors of everyday life.
A Musical Mash Up: West End and Broadway in under 50 minutes. A different show each week.
Following highly successful evenings with Berlin, Porter, Kern and Gershwin, Fife’s premier operatic concert group Ensemble, (www.
Aberdeen A Cappella – the award-winning choir, The Aberdeen Chorus of Sweet Adelines, presents I’ll Be Calling You: a varied, lively and light-hearted performance of women’s ba…
A recital by Karen West, Elizabeth Woollven and George Ross, accompanied by Helen Maddox and Alan Graham, to include Schumann’s Frauen-Liebe und Leben and John Maxwell Geddes’ …
Join the National Youth Choir of Scotland as it presents a patriotic programme of Scottish songs, including John Gardner’s A Burns Sequence, a dynamic setting of eight poems by Sco…
There can be few more atmospheric settings in which to experience Fauré’s Requiem Mass than by candlelight in the historic St Giles’ Cathedral.
A programme of varied art song and a smattering of Operatic favourites from around the world including Mozart, Ravel, Shostakovich, Korngold, Schumann, Berlioz and Bizet.
The Dloko High School Choir from Umlazi Township, South Africa, return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, having performed sell-out shows in the Assembly Rooms in 2014, where it was…
Enjoy a heavenly performance of Fauré’s Requiem in the Georgian splendour of St Andrew’s and St George’s West.
Let us transport you to France with a journey through some of the most beautiful French chanson of the 19th and 20th centuries including favourites of the repertoire from Fauré, L…
American jazz and soul singer, Coco Rouzier, debuts her long-awaited original album at the Fringe! It’s soul music with jazzy phrasing and timing! ‘Coco is the Real Thing!’ (Je…
The curious and eclectic musical world of Edinburgh-based duo, Various Moons, comprising artist, songwriter and poet, Colin Donati, and jazz-influenced firebrand classical cellist,…
An exciting all Bach programme: Concerto in C major for two Keyboards BWV 1061 with pianists John Cameron and Richard Beauchamp, Solo Cantata Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen with sop…
Oxford University’s finest all female a Cappella group takes on University Challenge.
Flagstaff returns to the Fringe this year with a rusty, broken bottle blues feel that takes you down south and out west.
Movin’ Melvin Brown’s hit show, filled with gospel and inspirational songs, tap and comedy will make this an unforgettable experience! Song, dance, tap and story you’ll sing, dance…
Songs of Love and War will touch on poetry and stories from wars in Iraq, Vietnam, Korea, Sri Lanka and the Boer War as well as WWI and WWII, interspersed with love songs from the …
In their 12th Fringe recital, the talented trio of Frances Cooper (soprano), Anne Lewis (mezzo-soprano) and Colin Dundas (piano) sow the seeds of a musical garden: a floral bouquet…
This legendary singer/songwriter performs his classic hits Ariel, Lucky Stars, Lydia and more.
If the name isn’t familiar, the tunes will be.
Don’t miss this fantasmagorical show full of classic and current songs from the house of mouse! A fringeful of fun for all the family including sing-a-long favourites from Frozen…
Decisions! Decisions! Returning to the Fringe with a relaxed evening of musical theatre songs, Marjory Watson, accompanied by her band, sings her way through some all-too-familiar …
Acclaimed London-based jazz/blues/soul vocalist Kerry Jo Hodgkin pays tribute to legendary, sultry-toned jazz/popular music singer/actress Julie London, with two of Scotland’s lead…
The ancient East, full of myth and charm.
Local songwriter Allan Grant.
Canadian baritone David John Pike and pianist Stephen De Pledge present a moving programme centred around Robert Louis Stevenson’s Songs of Travel set by Vaughan Williams, and Bu…
The Voice Festival returns to Edinburgh with another stellar a cappella showcase featuring groups of all ages, plus a special collaborative number created at our earlier daytime wo…
Dutch worship collective, The Psalm Project, famed for their powerful contemporary reworking of the Genevan Psalter, are joined by Scottish band, Satellite, for this worship gig ro…
The show explores a selection of songs by Noël Coward and Ivor Novello through humour, glamour and elegance, as the Flamin’ Dames Helen Whittington and Hilary Fisher combine music…
The Sons of Pitches took the Fringe by storm last year.
Kooky, french horn-playing, little Miss K from Massachusetts never imagined she’d become a 1950s-style blonde bombshell with shows in New York and Milan, and a residency at Ronni…
Broadway performer and YouTube sensation Christina Bianco takes you on a hilarious musical comedy journey, showing you what led her to become a multi-faceted, multi-voiced party of…
PDA: Public Displays of A Cappella is the debut show for Bath’s premier mixed a cappella group, Aquapella.
The Soweto Spiritual Singers are at the Fringe with two shows, this later one at the Assembly Rooms called The Return, is an uplifting and enjoyable hour of African spirituality.
A harmony quartet offering as wide-ranging a repertoire as their name suggests, coming across like a South African Il Divo and a sleepy Ave Maria.
The award-winning Alternotives are back for their sixth consecutive Edinburgh Fringe! Full of sass and infectious charm this mixed a cappella ensemble from the University of Oxford…
Collegiate a cappella has become a major trend in recent years at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Juxtaposing poetry of political repression against religious texts, MacMillan’s Cantos Sagrados protests against the disappearances of the politically inconvenient.
A light broadcasts from Mars. At first it falters, is interfered with, then it becomes clear. It is The Boy with Green Hair, anti-war. A short film.
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