There is no place like Home – but what is it? What does home mean if you don’t have one? Or if it is a place you are scared to be in or to leave? Can you really feel at home if i…
A new play with music by Rachel Flynn.
CROW is the genre-defying new stage show and new album by vocalist Bird Radio – ‘folk-horror of the darkest hue’ (fRootsMag.
Returning to the Edinburgh Fringe in partnership with Just Festival.
Baz, Muyemba and Poppy are isolated and feel alone – in a city of half a million people.
This contemporary dance piece performed by Claire Henderson Davis and Bettina Carpi follows the interweaving stories of three pregnant women: a Syrian woman refugee journeying to …
A high-octane hour of drumming, singing, storytelling and dance.
African rhythms and harmonies in gospel arrangements performed by Ghanaian a cappella sensation.
The Island is an award-winning and acclaimed apartheid-era play written by Athol Fugard, John Kani and Winston Ntshona.
Dr Korczak was a Polish doctor and writer, who passionately championed every child’s right to freedom, respect and love.
This odyssey for the migrant era takes us through the great storm of 20th-century history in the company of literary hero Leopold Bloom.
Based on the true story of a Ugandan orphan, Amelia, whose parents died in a house fire.
Following last year’s debut sell-out performance, HarmonyChoir once again bring you an evening of inspirational and uplifting music.
Equilibrium combines traditional acoustic instruments with digital technology to create new music inspired by the history, culture and landscape of Scotland.
Dramatised reading of letters exchanged between the British, Palestinian and Zionist parties 100 years ago sheds more light on the events that led to the present geopolitical relat…
Kranti (Revolution) empowers girls from Mumbai’s red-light areas to become agents of social change.
Inspired by the natural, emotional and spiritual migrations that occur after nightfall, Nocturne uses Indian dance and music to summon the different facets of the night: the natura…
Mimi’s Suitcase explores identity and the consequences of displacement as it follows Iranian teen Mimi’s involuntary return to her war-torn homeland after a happy childhood in Ba…
Spare an hour for quality comedy that educates and entertains! Comedians are joined on stage by Edinburgh’s researchers to explore local and global issues of healthcare, gender ide…
A setting of the story of the three holy children from the Book of Daniel for choir, soloists and a string orchestra.
HarmonyChoir (and special guests) will bring you an evening of inspirational and empowering music! HarmonyChoir is a group of singers, some of whom have experience with mental heal…
This show is a colourful personal journey from my birth city of Vienna to Ethiopia by foot, then into the lives of Cairo’s rubbish collectors, whom I met during this pilgrimage.
As audiences members we almost always experience performance in a passive and inert way.
Equilibrium was formed by Drake Music Scotland in 2014, in response to demand from disabled musicians looking for more opportunities to write and perform music that identifies with…
BE United’s Discovery! is a musical celebration of culture, diversity, creativity and harmony.
Beautiful Resistance promotes human rights through creative and non-violent responses to the armed occupation of Palestine.
2016 is the Year of the Dad and it’s all about the difference a great dad can make to children’s well-being, confidence and educational attainment.
‘Extraordinary playing by the double bassist Michael Cretu’ (BroadwayBaby.
Acting Alone is a thoughtful, introspective piece of solo storytelling in which actor Ava Hunt reflects on the suffering of the Palestinian people and the frustration she feels at …
The critically acclaimed classical concert for baby, tot and you returns to Edinburgh! Children can dance, roam about and listen to music while you take a moment for yourself and e…
I have seen several performances of Richard III; Laurence Olivier and Ian McKellen on film, and Kevin Spacey at the Old Vic, but Emily Carding’s portrayal of the king who murders…
Counter Culture is a very clever show; so clever that it took me halfway through it to realise that the title is quite a good joke.
Join a woman – and her multiple personalities – on a journey through the twisted corridors of her mind, where you’ll meet some of the mad and quirky women of musical theatre …
We present songs and chants blending a Celtic spirituality with Indian Kirtan style chanting form.
An a cappella concert with a unique sense of indigenous African rhythms, beats and sounds all of which are vocally generated. A musical journey into the spirit of Ghana.
Uncover the linguistic layers of a Russian doll! Hear yourself in Nastya Rybachuk’s contemporary, provocative and witty verses.
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