All the way from Macao and Taiwan comes a magical production of traditional and modern Chinese shadow plays! Mingled with stories from Journey to the West and famous animation figu…
Irene Possetto’s one-woman play presents a young girl named Isabelle living a life of true tragedy in 1301.
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Traditional Chinese myths and legends are brought to life with music and spectacular modern sand painting, bringing audiences an exceptional and exotic visual spectacle.
In near-future England, two girls are thrilled to be accepted into the playground, the final stage of their education, but all is not as it seems.
Kimjang is a Korean foodie tradition, where families and friends come together to make kimchi.
Korean-ised adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic.
Burklyn Ballet Theatre bring Snow White to life with dazzling costumes and energetic dancing, in their 20th year at the Fringe.
A unique gala of traditional Chinese folk dances, classical dance genres as well as a taste of Chinese opera.
Follow Tytyl and Mytyl as they embark on an adventure in search of their grandparents and the Blue Bird of Happiness.
Delightfully deranged and beautifully berserk, Ukrainian group Misanthrope Theatre re-ignite the flames of rebellion and fervour that saw Alfred Jarry’s play close upon its openi…
In this uniquely Korean retelling of Shakespeare’s story, an ambitious actor dreaming of greatness is captivated by the role of Macbeth.
Hoichi lives in a temple and plays the lute.
Award-winning classical pianist Ingrid Cusido will give a piano recital with works including Mozart’s Fantasy in D minor, Beethoven Pastoral Sonata and works of Brahms and Granad…
A kung fu contemporary circus.
The year is 2046.
Enjoy alfresco Shakespeare in the C south gardens.
Returning for its 14th season, C’s critically acclaimed curated programme showcases silver screen shorts and contemporary filmmakers all day, every day.
How does it feel to be loved? A lonely office worker reflects on a past life in an idyllic countryside with his university friends.
3am Waitress by UK company Rogueplay is billed as "merging physical theatre with dance and aerial circus", but may be better described as a duo acro-dance piece since the…
Koreanised adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic.
Stunningly original Korean update of the classic play returns to Edinburgh.
Meet William Shakespeare and some of his fabulous friends on a mission to change the world! Adventure, suspense and lots of laughs.
Dream Logos is the divine logic of dreams in the backdrop of the known universe in projected image, dance, aerial, and theatre.
Long-form improv comedy all the way from California.
Doomsday preppers: people who ready themselves and their homes for survival in the event of an apocalypse.
A fusion of narrative, aerial arts, multimedia and live accordion music.
Many people firmly believe that the circus discipline of Tightwire must in fact be an illusion or a magic trick.
Comedy! Circus! Cabaret! A Festival feast of live performance.
Enjoy al fresco Shakespeare in the C south gardens.
Fever Dream Theatre’s BaseCamp promises an immersive experience in the rivalry between two world-class mountain climbers preparing for a joint ascent of a Himalayan mountain.
This piece asks questions of belief and seeks answers within personal encounters.
This family-friendly piece of outdoor aerial theatre is open to all but created for visually impaired and disabled audiences.
A girl curled up inside a cupboard.
Korean children’s classical music club Arisol present a variety of traditional performances, held along with the accompaniment of Samulnori and Korean classic music for free.
A tight-knit group of school friends are learning about the struggles of the Suffragette movement, but none of them are really listening.
Family physical theatre.
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The show tells the tale of a young girl named Rose who mysteriously goes missing in the tiny town of Grigglewood.
Meet Helga, cabaret diva extraordinaire! At least, she used to be… Through mime, clowning and circus, this poignant physical comedy reflects on how it feels when our bodies don�…
Meet William Shakespeare, and some of his fabulous friends for a truly magical experience.
Of all Shakespeare’s plays, The Tempest demands the most obvious and taxing effort of imagination from the audience.
Creature is a contemporary dance show that tries to capture the essence of being human through what the publicity calls ‘aerial acrobatics and earth-bound choreography’.
One-woman stand-up and explorative circus performance discussing life as a pie delivery driver, partly performed on free-standing rotating aerial hoop.
Aaron Twitchen combines aerial circus performance with stand-up comedy.
Lyons Productions returns to Edinburgh with Holes, an apocalyptic farce from Tom Basden, writer of hit TV shows Fresh Meat and Plebs.
Feel that southern Spanish energy! Fringe sell-out returns to Edinburgh, bringing the opportunity for your child to come on stage and learn some rhythms, some steps and even do a s…
A week of arts and crafts events: an interactive art event unlike any other.
Creative reimagining of Kipling’s The Jungle Book using the expressive colour of circus.
Hamlet transported to a slaughterhouse in modern-day South Korea.
Comedy! Circus! Cabaret! At our five venues across the city: C, our powerhouse of performance on Chambers Street.
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