A cast of actors use music, dance and video to tell their stories in this uplifting exploration of living with Down syndrome.
‘What do Jamie, Mark, and Fitzwilliam Darcy all have in common? They’re white, problematic, and played by Colin Firth.
‘Forget Pitch Perfect, Aquapella are the real deal’ (TheWeeReview.
Acclaimed Edinburgh-born singer-songwriter Adam Holmes is one of the brightest stars on the UK roots music scene.
In a room of questionable hygiene.
Hot off the heels of his critically acclaimed Netflix special, Phil’s bringing his highly infective British-Malaysian variant of comedy to the Edinburgh Fringe once more.
If you don’t like that guy who always has a funny story then this might not be for you. Mark will make you laugh, make you think and possibly ask you to give him some space.
Award-winning LBC radio presenter brings his acclaimed, incisive insight on current affairs back to the Fringe with these in-depth interviews.
Songs and stories from award-winning Scottish troubadour’s extensive back catalogue.
Award-winning LBC radio presenter and For the Many podcast host brings his acclaimed, incisive insight on current affairs back to the Fringe with these in-depth interviews featurin…
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.
Long before Private Eye, Charlie Hebdo, and even before Bill Bailey – there was Voltaire.
Sacred Paws don’t take things too seriously.
A solo show about a gender identity crisis, in the high-pressure isolation of lockdown.
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 …
Drop in daily to enjoy emerging and established artists playing for free at our specially curated lunchtime concerts.
Australia’s award-winning cult-cabaret mischief-makers, circus stars and heart-stopping hooligans Briefs Factory, join forces with much celebrated songbird Sahara Beck.
Pianodrome Live is back – each night of the Fringe we showcase local and international acts, sharing uniquely intimate performances with you in our bespoke, in-the-round amphithe…
Choir of Man is the best night in your local you’ve ever had.
Following sell-out shows at VAULT Festival, Edinburgh Fringe and Soho Theatre, award-winning storyteller and professional over-sharer Roann Hassani McCloskey returns with another f…
When Ross’ wife leaves him for another woman, he fears he will never find love again.
Sam Dugmore (The Latebloomers: Scotland!) is locked and loaded as the greatest action hero of all time, unearthing his ruthless man skills to confront his biggest nemesis.
After the huge success of his last ever sell-out show, Edinburgh award-winning comedian Phil Ellis is back with his latest final stand-up show ever.
She’s back, the 6’5” towering Scottish drag legend Nancy Clench, returns to the Edinburgh Fringe.
A Rush of Laughter Showcase is a chance for you to see a wide selection of the incredible roster of talent at A Rush of Laughter Comedy Management.
World premiere of a new murder mystery starring Arthur Bostrom (‘Allo ‘Allo!) set in the golden age of BBC sitcoms, from the acclaimed Father Brown writer David Semple.
Following an incredible Edinburgh Fringe debut in 2019 and fresh from a 2022 Netflix special, Schalk Bezuidenhout is back with love in his heart and jokes in his pocket.
How can spoons save your relationship? Find out in this sharp, funny and touching play about a couples counsellor’s revenge.
Jakko Jakszyk, guitarist/singer with King Crimson, was born Michael Curran.
Tired of all the scripted “reality” TV? Keeping Up With the Kimprov is your daily dose of reality TV, but actually unscripted! What minor inconvenience could lead to drama for this…
Oxford’s wittiest minds return with their spectacular smorgasbord of devastatingly funny improvised comedy! Attacking the stage with made-up-on-the-spot games, stories and songs, c…
Cameron Young is one of the hottest names in modern magic, with appearances on national television shows such as Britain’s Got Talent, Penn & Teller: Fool Us and Tu Si Que Vales, C…
Trapped in the bathroom with an evil tattie, Jack wrestles with the reality of living alone.
Nightlands is a play about how authoritarianism weaponises nostalgia, about Russia today.
The award-winning stand-up returns with his new show.
An award-winning queer circus show from an Edinburgh-born artist.
New show from Edinburgh-based piano virtuouso Will Pickvance (Anatomy of a Piano, Pianohood, First Piano On The Moon).
The Queens of Cups draw upon their years teaching, in OffFest nominee Bad Teacher.
After a sell-out run in 2019, The Sorries are delighted to be back again in front of live audiences at Pleasance at EICC! The old Scottish songs offer joy, grand old tales, comfort…
Maybe after this we’ll occupy the theatre.
Have you ever wanted to hear a harrowing true story that really makes you think? Well neither has Bella Hull and that’s why her debut show is full of stupid, stupid jokes.
Tim Key (Alan Partridge, The Witchfinder, Tim Key’s Late Night Poetry Programme) is back with an all-new show.
Irish gig theatre call to arms.
The stunning debut hour full of ‘sharp and observant gags’ (Joe Lycett) from one of comedy’s most exciting breakthrough voices.
A brand new stand-up show from the Fringe favourite.
Comedian grannies, mud-floor comedy clubs, white-face audiences, broke aristocrat orgies with angry Afrikaans, soldiers in search of stiffies, African matriarchs objectifying thems…
Change is always hard and what better person to lead the men selflessly by the hand into the new world than TV’s Jayde Adams in her brand-new show.
What happens when the things we covet hide us from ourselves? Opening up to new experiences in her late 30s, Sophie is exploring long repressed sides of herself.
Alison loves to do star jumps in the water.
Fresh from their universally adored BBC Three pilot, Charly Clive and Ellen Robertson make their long-awaited return to the Fringe with a sketch show about love.
Disaster! Professor McGuffin’s ground-breaking Sub-Nuclear Optical Transmitter (SNOT) has a catastrophic malfunction and needs a new power source! What a pickle! Enter the ACES –…
Have you ever wondered how people in the past dealt with their periods? If Queen Victoria coasted* through her cramps? What if period dramas really were about.
Finally – the scandalous truth behind EastEnders revealed! Gasp as walk-on actor Tony Coventry lifts the lid and spills his beans! Performed by James Holmes.
In the last hours of 2019, David Finnigan’s best friend prepared to make a break for home with his family before fires cut off the highway.
Their choice? To die on stage – or off it.
Red Richardson is one of Britain’s best up-and-coming comedians.
Woman is sat in a therapist’s office.
Pack your calculators, save your spread sheets and set your automatic email reply because Karen from Finance is heading Out of Office! She’s hitting the road and she’s hitting it h…
There’s a world just like our own, but there isn’t a word for sand.
My nickname is Taco – the first girl I ever kissed thought I looked Mexican.
Every child goes inside their own bubble! Seen on China, Romania and Bulgaria’s Got Talent.
Australian ceramicist Kirsten Coelho presents her first solo exhibition, Uncertain Cadence, with The Scottish Gallery.
Constantly rotating line-up of the best comedians at this year’s festival.
Bye bye Gatsby! It’s 1933 and Ali is throwing a party with her pals.
A concert of original and traditional acoustic music from these indefatigable Fringe and AMC regulars.
One of Scotland’s most gifted and versatile composer/performers, internationally celebrated multi-instrumentalist and singer Phamie Gow offers a rare chance to listen close-up as s…
Upfront and erect in most of history’s greatest moments, the penis has earned itself a reputation of admiration and revulsion in equal measures.
Directed by Neil Metcalfe, new vocal ensemble WD 40+ present their concert of favourite light classics. Guest soloist Rachael Liddell. Produced by Irene Drummond.
Orange Claw Hammer return to the Fringe, resuming their mission to re-work the music of Captain Beefheart for the 21st Century, and showcasing their second CD, New Beef Dreams! Tun…
Alastair is an award-winning Scots fiddle player who has performed folk and classical music throughout the world to critical acclaim.
Are you ready for a wild night of Jungle Cumbia? Los Chichanos bring to the Fringe a live fiesta of psychedelic Latin vibes.
Peter Davis works from the almost deserted location of Silwick in West Mainland of Shetland, where he is surrounded by unobstructed seaviews and dramatic cliffs.
Following their sell-out Fringe shows from 2018 / 2019, Whisky Road are back to perform their latest acoustic blues show at The Jazz Bar.
Would you save the world if you could? Alexander Fleming’s penicillin was a life-changing discovery that became a world-changing cure.
The Grumpy Magicians have been successfully entertaining Edinburgh Fringe audiences for over eight years and this year are presenting their new show titled Trust Us, We’re Magician…
Duncan Shanks finds his subject in his riverside garden in the Clyde Valley, painting the changing seasons with an emotional engagement that chronicles the constant cycle of loss a…
Kumi Choi, winner of the first prize and Peter Hurford prize at the 2019 St Albans International Organ Competition, presents a programme centred on César Franck’s Grande Pièce …
Stephane Grappelli-style violinist Alex Yellowlees, virtuoso guitarists Ged Brockie and Mike Nisbet and wonderful double bassist Kenny Ellis.
There have always been legends of a city below the pavements of Edinburgh.
A friendly fun-filled afternoon show with a revolving line-up of the best children’s and family-friendly performers from around the Fringe.
See the very best comedians from across the Fringe alongside hot new talent and fresh Fringe newcomers, with a different comedy line-up daily at each show – in this stuffed selec…
Welcome to LoudScribble, Karl’s first one-man show which views the world through his poetic prism in ridiculous detail and invites you to scribble a line or two of your own.
Immerse yourself in the enthralling vocals of the Great Yorkshire Chorus.
The Stray Notes Choir are a fun, friendly choir from the beautiful spa town of Harrogate in North Yorkshire.
In her most intimate work, cellist Justyna Jablonska explores how identities are made, unmade and remade in music.
A guided walking tour visiting the sites and haunts of Edinburgh’s literary legends: Robert Burns, Walter Scott, RL Stevenson, Conan Doyle, JK Rowling, McCall Smith and others, wit…
Back by popular demand, Scotland’s No 1 Police tribute, The Polis bring their high energy, live music show to Merchants’ Hall celebrating their fourth appearance at the Edinburgh F…
Featuring hysterically honest tales and stunning vocals, Rosie returns to Edinburgh with her brand new show full of songs, stories and sass! Whether you’ve had, seen or heard of a …
John Carnie and Spider Mackenzie explore Dylan’s bluesier side, which has influenced half of his canon of over 500 songs, as well as interpretations of his other classics.
If all the best people are in all the best jobs, why is Britain such a f*cking bin fire? Orwell prize-winning author, BAFTA nominated broadcaster and celebrated hip-hop artist Darr…
Rising star Mamoun wants to share with you his unfiltered, idiosyncratic and unorthodox world view – the things you think about and never say out loud.
Returning for their seventh year at the Fringe, and celebrating 10 years together, the band features the amazing voices of grandmother (Maureen Brack) and granddaughter (Amy Bailli…
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…
An aural delight of soulful, melodic jazzy-blues, pop and folk-blues to shake your tail-feather.
A smorgasbord of Frank Zappa classics hand-delivered by those finest purveyors of conceptual continuity, Pygmy Twylyte! Expect pickles, poodles, dental floss, muffins, snowballs an…
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.
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