A compellingly captivating ode to the Black British war veterans, telling various stories of men and women of Black British heritage who fought in WWI and WWII.
Scottish poets will be reading work exploring our collective history and common creative future, including a special evening spotlighting Hamish Henderson.
It Won’t Be Long Now is drawn from first-hand accounts of Hong Kong under Japanese occupation.
The face of warfare has changed again.
Somewhere far inland, lakes that once stretched across the desert are now shallow pools of dust.
A new musical, written by serving Scottish soldiers and veterans, about their own experiences as young soldiers.
His name is Gavrilo Princip.
Bithibh còmhla rinn airson seisean sònraichte a’ toirt sealladh air bàrdachd cogaidh.
The Greeks knew a lot about war and told great tales of heroism, victory and defeat.
Join service persons from the Armed Forces as they discuss how the poetry of Robert Burns is a source of continuing inspiration to them and their colleagues.
There are many rags-to-riches stories around but probably not another that follows a young heroin addict’s journey from death’s door to the gates of Buckingham Palace.
A unique opportunity to return to the experimental roots of the Fringe joining emerging actors from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in a real time, live rehearsal of plays and …
In a moving one-woman show, Lubna Kerr explores race, heritage, gender and health in the context of her and her family's experiences as a Pakistani family in Glasgow.
Re-imagine the New Town’s East Claremont Street as a front line, where the military world meets the civilian, shaped through the eyes, ear and experiences of an army reservist as…
Following her sell-out success of 5 Soldiers – The Body is the Frontline, choreographer Rosie Kay curates a series of live and hybrid panel discussions around freedom, security a…
Dandelion, by Creative Electric, takes place in the garden opposite the Army@theFringe building.
In 1968 East and West Germany were far from united.
Unearthed! Incredible magic that’s fooled some of the most brilliant and creative people ever to have lived.
Celebrate the return to live entertainment with an exciting evening of variety hosted by radio personality Mark McKenzie in the home of the Army.
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