15 year-old Reece is roughly accosted by the police outside
With the success of his first show, I’ve Not Heard of You Either – **** (Scotsman) – comedian Burt Williamson returns to the Fringe with another 45-minute offering of ‘absurd a…
This is a show on top of Arthur’s seat, every day at 2pm.
1939: Bette returns home knowing she’s to lose, as the press leaked the Oscar winners.
The music making between siblings Slava and Leonard Grigoryan has a palpable ease, the unspoken affinity of kinship.
Trees talk! In a landmark study, a scientist learned everything about how trees communicate… Or did she? One tree tells the story of what really happened, reminding us that human…
This original solo performance follows the story of a girl-woman dancer’s experiences with the eating disorder bulimia, and the way she healed through learning psychology and exp…
A comedy showcase for hotties! No uggos allowed! Previous acts have been Alfie Brown, Olga Koch, Phil Ellis, Stephen Bailey, Aurie Styla, Aaron McCann and Sophie Duker.
Norwegian comedian Viggo Venn has moved to London to follow his life-long dream of becoming a British comedian! ‘Viggo is Norwegian’ (EdFestMag.
Crazy Coqs’ iconic Saturday night residency show, The Black Cat Cabaret presents an evening of old school Hollywood glamour meets underground London nightlife, performed…
John Gabriel Borkman, once an illustrious entrepreneur, has been brought low by a prison sentence for fraud.
A Sri Lankan teenager’s quest to stage a live theatre show amidst post-AL angst, a pandemic and a country in crisis, told through a comedic, musical and dramatic multi-character …
The pilot is set in a fictional Drama School, MAMA.
Hello, person who is reading this.
The world’s changed, Michaels confused and snowflake is a cold dessert? Is it just me? Let’s find out together.
Comedians Nigel Lovell (twice UK Pun Championship finalist) and Pete Merre (talkSport, SoccerAM) love Wordle and Leyton Orient and so are used to comedy, tragedy and heartbreak.
At Johnnie Walker Princes Street, we know a thing or two about creating the perfect blend.
A musical reimagining of one of Oscar Wilde’s most beloved stories, The Canterville Ghost: The Musical features an original score and soundtrack.
The classic Christmas story, redefined for a new generation.
Following on from the success of the first event, My Kind of Musical is back with more fat, more songs, more revenge, and more spiralling over whether or not you should feed the bi…
Last year he found the nefarious link between Ikea, the Nazis and Kanye West.
Catherine Bohart loves control, hates change and is a serial planner.
After being handed a job as counsellor and sex-ed teacher, Krissy, purposely leads a classroom full of goggle-eyed-girls down a motorway of mistakes.
A DJ, a raver and a professor of food policy come together in a performance space to explore the biggest political issues of our time.
‘Milkman Amongst Tulips’, possibly the most famous painting of the Baroque period, is the only surviving work by Dutch master Schmurt Veeglik.
A birthday wish plunges the world into a hellish playground of 90s nostalgia.
A shameless ode to desolate puppy-love in all its mundane, absurdist glory, featuring toads, sperm-banks and carrots.
All of Us is an attack on welfare state reform.
It’s delightful, it’s delicious, it’s de-lovely - it’s the Great Depression as you don’t know it, full of the glitz, glamour and luxury of old Broadway.
First Impressions is a stand-up comedy show written and performed by Stefano Paolini featuring impressions, characters and beatboxing.
Michelle has been on the move since birth; she's moved country four times, been
homeless three times, been a fashion model, a cleaner, a reporter, presenter, writer…
Angela Barnes (Mock The Week, Live at the Apollo, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and former chair of BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz) has good intentions but trying to live your best …
Start your day with a campatious event fuelled by quality wine, a tasty snack and some low tone.
Right before your very ears, comedian & actor Mike Capozzola transforms into “Loquacio - Master of Nearly a Dozen Voices,” an impersonator of an impressionist.
“D’ou vient tu?” C’est la question que se pose l’humoriste franco-anglaise Tatty Macleod.
Elon Musk is best known for his visionary tweets, but you may not know he is also a businessman and CEO, who is on the board of a major automobile company.
‘After defeat, re-enchantment is necessary’, said Lola Olufemi.
This entertaining tour will take you through the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town covering history, culture, folklore and much more.
This stunning masterpiece and Tony award-winning musical, based on the 1911 novel of the same name, returns to the West End for a one-night-only concert celebration.
Often named one of Europe’s rising comedy stars, the most international comic to come from Portugal, André brings a work in progress where he tackles the world’s perception of Por…
The one-man show based on the true and unbelievable story of Paul Boggie who went from heroin addict to guarding the Queen at Buckingham palace.
A solo show exploring the formative years of Phil Lynott.
An unmissable opportunity for curious foodies to get up close and personal with an Australian artist at a sumptuous feast.
They should have been ridiculous.
Charlotte Palmer turned 50.
Fresh from Amsterdam’s theatres, a chaotic extravaganza! Your foolish Portuguese host Daniel (by night) will hand hold you through a spectacular parade of his hilarious, smart and …
Affectionate musical comedy on the world’s longest-serving monarch, a thoroughly modern, fully empowered female role model.
An hour of professionally researched nonsense featuring the relatable topics of trains and babies.
The adventures and misadventures of a group of graduates working in a North London call centre: Alice wants to be a singer, Liam wants to travel, Rob wants to make a killing and Sa…
The Original Guru Dudu and the team returns to Edinburgh with our hilarious and engaging tours.
Join the Arbikie team to learn about their field to bottle whisky production and sample some of their award-winning whisky.
Just what is the Edinburgh Fringe? Some say it’s the world’s greatest uncensored platform for freedom of expression; some see it as a free market, money-driven fun-fest.
The Tower of London is the scene for a tangled web of melancholy and mirth in Gilbert & Sullivan’s beloved operetta, The Yeomen of the Guard.
On festival nights, we present a new play, starring Paul Higgins, based on David Keenan’s novel, This Is Memorial Device.
This tragicomedy, explores both the last half hour and the first half hour of a relationship,
interrogating love; where it starts, where it ends and why it didn’t last.
There are wallies everywhere and half of them are running the country.
The Washboard Resonators hail from Leeds and Wales and can be described as sounding and looking like a ragtime street band meets a Hollywood musical on a theatre stage somewhere in…
New show about getting married, being middle of the road and accidentally going viral for the most embarrassing moment in your life.
Thomas Farriner (the one who burnt London to a crisp in 1666?) is a fantastic (albeit dead) baker, and we have resurrected him.
An art, film and sound exhibition documenting journeys out of homelessness in Scotland, which aims to change the perception of homelessness by exploring how we depict the practical…
Out of the swirling maelstrom he steps, his sword of jokes, his shield of whimsy and his armour made of a third amusing thing.
Stanley Norman is an ideas man with big dreams trying to piece his life together and cut his teeth in the vicious world of business.
Come to the Merchants Hall to see the Soul Kings performing a set of the biggest soul, Motown and disco hits from the 60s and 70s.
Ever wanted to run away with the circus? Learn how to tumble, juggle and roll with some of Australia’s best acrobats! Learn fun new skills in this free training session with world-…
You can have too many carrots in one show.
A Kung Fu Contemporary Circus which is made in Hong Kong.
Scotland’s First Minister chats to Graham Spiers about Scotland, politics, referenda, favourite books, and (maybe) 80s pop music, as well as the challenges of leading the country…
This show is about identity, where to buy it, and how to cook it properly to make you stand out with your friends.
Jonny Liebeck is a classical organist, jazz musician, composer, teacher and producer whose varied musical influences range from Bach to Lyle Mays and Herbie Hancock, jazz funk, Lat…
Real reviews for Tom Little: ‘He’s the real deal.
Don’t miss Australian world music sensation Mitch Tambo.
We bring the work of pioneering design studio, Universal Everything, to Inspace to stimulate discussion about how the body is shaped through AI and the city.
Should I shave off my beard, and grow a pencil-thin, rock-style goatee? Is it OK to fall asleep in a bin, if it’s comfortable? What would you do if I died? In the midst of all the …
Compromise is for the weak: and Tosca is nothing of the sort.
A Morning with Woody Allen (ish).
A stand-up show to make you think: ‘Maybe I’m not doing so badly after all’.
In 1628, the new flagship of the Dutch East India Company ran aground on the Abrolhos Islands off West Coast Australia.
Some of the monologues are shorter than others and vary in length and topic but all of the women have some form or variation of anger inside them.
An elaborately costumed dancer performs a tap dance ritual accompanied by a musician.
The sexy baby from Taskmaster is all grown up.
On A House Like A Fire is a powerful story told through fragments and glimpses - an immersive experience about the nature of memory and the way we remember.
Investigated over 24 murders and eight shootings.
Spend a relaxed hour with Australian living legend John Bell, as he rummages through his swag of favourite things, fishing out poems, stories, backstage gossip: things he finds ins…
An afternoon of live painting by contemporary Spanish artist David Escarabajal, offering a unique insight into his bold, expressive, and experimental fine art techniques.
The hit immersive show returns! The world-renowned Olivier nominated smash hit will once again open at its new home, LABYRINTH Waterloo on Tuesday 15 November.
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.
Discovery is an Interactive Character Clown show with elements of Theatre and Stand-Up, following one Caveman’s journey discovering all that life has to offer; the beauties, the …
Following their sell-out shows in Manchester and London So La Flair make their Edinburgh debut with their cabaret campaign against keeping up culture.
Bringing electricity, fuelled by passion, Red Hot Kitty presents a highly energetic amateur Burlesque show, which is sure to tantalize the audience.
47 Newham health workers were filmed talking about their experiences of the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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