A global pandemic may have struck, but we have a chef who’s just stuck.
Classical dance genres performed by Dr Radha Krishnan, Arabhi Krishnan and students of Dr Radha Krishnan showcasing their talent.
A stolen backpack, a break-up and a global pandemic – Austria’s most famous (and only) lesbian is ready to become British.
Immaculate is based on a true story about Louise Mathews, an artist struggling to piece together the life of her uncle Anthony who tragically died in London in the early 90s and wh…
Time is different here.
Making their debut at the Fringe this year, Perfect Forth are an a cappella ensemble that formed just before the first lockdown struck.
A unique take on the transition from the Ottoman Empire’s period to the Republican era through the story of an old mansion and its demolition.
Roll up, roll up to Paradi Inclusioni: an animation about wonderful, varied characters with and without disabilities on the search for inspiring personalities for the World Parade …
Born in Missoula, and growing up on the Blackfeet reservation in Browning, Montana, riding horses, swimming in the clear glacier water, Teague Goodvoice draws some of his inspirati…
The grannies in the show will tell you their life stories through singing and playing the moon guitar.
A filmed solo performance art piece based on the terrible statistics and devastating psychological effects of sexual violence.
King Henry, recently come to the British throne, sets forth to claim the throne of France.
Pianodrome presents four stunning performances from exceptional musical acts who are passionate about bringing their deep understanding of classical chamber music to a contemporary…
In 1970 Virgil Fox played the music of JS Bach at the Mecca of rock’n’roll, Fillmore East.
Ripe Fruit are two older women trying to make sense of the world they live in when they explore Husbands, Hair and Other Stories.
Follow Princess Gayatri from the Singhasari Kingdom evolve and blossom as she strives to attain her youthful dreams alongside preserving the long-time legacy of her deceased father…
This cross-disciplinary 32-minute performance work features opera, violin, poetry and contemporary dance and is presented by the South Chicago Dance Theatre and choreographer Kia S…
A couple whose relationship just isn’t working.
If You Find This is about a young woman working as a carer, who finds herself on the brink of life and death.
Dishonour is a powerful drama that explores the terrifying practice of female genital mutilation (FGM).
The residents of Heather Avenue are in lockdown, forced to rely on the phone and Zoom to communicate.
Yin Wee Ceilidh or a rollickin’ good time.
La Nela De Socartes is an uplifting musical tragedy on love, opportunity and change.
Timmy was in showbusiness for 28 years, he was a child actor, appeared in the 1976 movie Bugsy Malone.
‘Sensational’ is how one viewer described this high-quality filmed version of Mark Wheeller’s moving play.
Silver Feet: The hundreds of feet and silver pole are part of a sculpture by Hiroshi Kinoshita.
Wallace & Gromit: In Concert.
Banana and the Ice Cream Crew is a story about acceptance, friendship and, yes, singing bananas.
A writer enters his studio and is visited by five eccentric and imposing characters with the purpose of creating a play that defines the 21st century.
Moya is an acrobatic art film, rooted in South African culture and seen through the eyes of our youth.
Like Fresh Skin.
He’s dead, and it’s her job to prepare and present his body for his family’s final goodbye.
The untold side to the story of Aladdin’s Jafar and how he went from a selfless royal advisor to a man desperate to make things right again…
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes.
At the Feelgood Academy of Performing Arts, competition is tough, even for the school’s two best singers.
Treasure Hunt for the Imagination.
Murmur is an absurdist audio drama; an experimental ‘sound cartoon’ for the listener.
‘Pain trumps pleasure.
Those People: A Play About QAnon is based on interviews with young people from the UK, conducted online and from accounts written on the subreddit: r/QAnoncasualties.
I am not a hologram, I’m a beating heart.
It’s only rock’n’roll, till it isn’t.
Witches, wolves, fairies, frogs, princes.
Why! Why did she do it? Amy Williams thought taking a class in making online videos would be fun.
Tell me what you think that you know about Black American womanhood? How do you imagine it feels? How do you imagine it looks? How does it smell? How does it sound? Well, maybe my …
A trio of new plays, presented digitally, by Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group.
It’s Meet The Parents with a twist! Skye is eager to introduce her buttoned-up fiancé Eric to her free-wheeling family at their monthly Zoom happy hour.
An LGBTQ love story.
Winner of Best Ensemble at a Tucson Fringe Festival 2021.
Suffragettes is compelling, visceral epic theatre with 12 original songs in the style of our acclaimed, award-winning show, That Bastard Brecht.
One of the strangest Fringe shows of recent memory is A Young Man Dressed as a Gorilla Dressed as an Old Man Sits Rocking in a Rocking Chair for 56 Minutes and Then Leaves – a sh…
Award-winning poet Chrys Salt and acclaimed harper Wendy Stewart weave the extraordinary stories of Angus MacPhee, the Hebridian crofter hospitalised with schizophrenia during WW2 …
A unique opportunity to enjoy this award winning, ever popular Early Music group, who have performed at every Edinburgh Festival Fringe since 1973.
Marco Malgioglio portrays French actor, playwright, director, author and collector of fine things, Sacha Guitry (1885-1957).
What do you get when a renowned psychoanalyst marries a hasty widow who relocates into the family estate, Elsewhere Manor – mansion slash mental ward – with her bastard son who…
Your Perfect Life is a loosely autobiographical story, inspired by the lives of the writers and performers: Erika Marais and Faeron Wheeler.
This presentation of the almost-century-old seminal composition, crafted by renowned composer Kurt Weill and theatre innovator Bertolt Brecht in 1933, blends the strengths of theat…
What secret did the Chaplins, Carole Lombard, William Powell and a host of other film stars from the last century share? Witness the mystery unravel in one of the most notorious ho…
An immersive feel-good experience that comprises personal storytelling and comedy to tell a story about growing up and making a home in the world.
In his own opinion, by far the most important, Doctor Faustus is a certified genius.
Based on the award-winning young adult novel by Sonia Manzano and including original music and songs by Sartje Pickett, this new play by Tlaloc Rivas tells the story of Evelyn, a y…
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…
Lockdown Love Story is a UK-based comedy created by Alice Fforde and Charlie Dryden, highlighting the ups and downs of online dating during a pandemic.
Award-winning Ali joins up with pals back in California for this unique show filmed live from the true home of jazz! All-star band of Katie Cavera, Clint Baker, John Reynolds and C…
Fresh from winning a Silver Standard Bank Ovation Award at the South African NAF, (Extra)ordinary, (Un)usual is coming to the Edinburgh Fringe! This monologue showcase written by A…
Three flatmates are in their final year of university, working through the aftermath of the death of one of their best friends.
Dinner with strangers is always awkward, especially when you’re the guest of honour.
Emma and Sinéad know all that glitters isn’t gold, but when given the opportunity to go from €3.
The past stalks the present in this gripping drama with the world in a state of flux.
A comedy about four working-class friends, Nick, Dan, Michelle and Lucy.
Through storytelling, poetry and illustration, this show transports you back to Westeros to narrate a different version of the Game of Thrones story.
Recovering Misogynist is a magical realist #MeToo story by Rachel Mariner (Bill Clinton Hercules).
I, Anatolia is an adaptation of the Turkish play Ben Anadolu by Güngör Dilmen, translated by Talat S Halman.
Scots-Cajun music, Louisiana French classics and vintage blues jostle with distinctively Scottish straight-from-the-heart original songs by Jennifer Ewan and the blues-drenched Caj…
Cambridge-based theatre company, The Two Jays, present five short Zoom plays; some funny and some tragic, in which truths are spilled.
The story of Emily: brassy, funny and forthright.
This evocative play by Australian playwright Melissa-Kelly Franklin tells the story of a young couple living in a world ravaged by climate change.
Why would a spirit be trapped in the mortal plane, not alive but not quite dead? The Ghost Matchmaker seeks to free ghosts of the chains that bind them to the land of the living, f…
Corona Cutie is a student-written-and-produced virtual musical created completely remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An English adaptation of an award-winning comedy from Iceland that looks at all the firsts: first class, first place, first rate, and even love at first sight.
Originally a gothic-horror novella (written in 1872!), this stage adaptation has been passionately crafted by playwright, author and director, Laura J Harris to be premiered at Edi…
The Oxford Revue plunges you into a journey of madness, from Louis Theroux’s frustrating upbringing to the mind of a therapy dog.
Come and join the Bohemians on a spectacularly colourful musical journey! We’ll be featuring songs from musical theatre and film, both old and new, which include In The Heights, Wi…
On February 7th 1991, James Casey was found guilty of murder.
Siblings Ansel and Gretchen explore the complexities of human connection.
Brass players Ida, Ally and Clara have just a 30-minute rehearsal to fix the fallout from post-show drinks the night before.
Shades of White is set in 1990s Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA during the year of the 75th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921.
Interactive Virtual Museum Tour live from Shakespeare’s Schoolroom and Guildhall in Stratford-upon-Avon.
A unique two-woman retelling of F Scott Fitzgerald’s masterpiece.
Some inherit from their mothers material possessions.
Comedian Ryan Wingfield takes a funny look into the science of what makes us happy.
Fresh off her triumph as Best Actress and recovery from a recent brush with death, Elizabeth Taylor is struggling with her hardest role yet: herself.
Including The Wrong Trousers.
HaHanitarian Intervention is a standup comedy show by diverse international com(ic)batants from different countries (Russia, USA, UK-Zimbabwe, Canada, Malaysia) united by comedy a…
An hour-long selection of short films, many from the experimental days of film in the early 1900s, set to original scores by the Apollo Saxophone Quartet.
‘Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain’.
Malcolm Hardee and Morecambe Fringe Award winner presents her C*nt! C*nt! is an irreverent poke into the controversy and clout of the C-word and an opportunity to indulge the simp…
It’s not all in your head.
An ill-advised spectacle for the digital stage.
A blasphemous dark comedy about the end of the world.
An immersive journey through music and film into the magnificent and ancient landscapes of Scotland, featuring a beautiful original score for voice, piano, percussion and electroni…
Nicole Smit returns with her sell-out show after a year-long hiatus, celebrating the women who have defined blues and popular music over the last 100 years with an intimate perform…
This is CITY.
Come and join us online or live for the original free walking tour around the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town.
As Andrew Carnegie, the richest man in the world, lies on his death bed, Peterson, the embodiment of St Peter, brings John, a steelworker killed in the infamous Carnegie Steel Home…
Have you ever noticed how unusually loud and chatty birds are? Or ever wondered what they might say if they could speak? Meet Arthur J Peabody, a very well-spoken bird who befriend…
One man’s quazary expensive, time-consuming quest to become the Global Taskmaster Champion.
Through Bush, Through Briar: An adaptation of a Midsummer Night’s Dream in which a Scrooge-like town councilman is planning to tear down a fairy forest to build a theatre.
Deserted Shores / Negative Photographs focuses on a woman imagining a family gathering that never happened after a tragedy connected to the uneasy political atmosphere of the 90s i…
Presenting Bear Hands, new writing by Gatlin Perrin.
The Edinburgh chamber choir Coro Edina return to the Fringe with a socially distanced programme of Byrd, Bruckner and Stanford, recorded live at Old St Paul’s church.
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