Principal Guest Conductor Elim Chan leads the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in an electrifying concert featuring cellist Sol Gabetta.
Egyptian soprano Fatma Said makes her International Festival debut with Edinburgh-born pianist Malcolm Martineau in a film featuring Mozart and Spanish songs by Lorca and Falla.
Inua Ellams and Saul Williams bring their own distinct styles to this not-to-be-missed A Toast to the People filmed event.
The Zehetmair Quartet returns to the International Festival with an exhilarating filmed concert of much-loved Chamber works played from memory.
A new music partnership in the making in this film of Isata Kanneh-Mason and Vasily Petrenko joining forces with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Sir Andrew Davis conducts the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in a filmed concert performance of Richard Strauss’ comedy Ariadne auf Naxos.
A darkly humorous musical storytelling filmed performance combining dance, theatre and International Festival resident artist Nicola Benedetti’s superb violin playing.
Writer and Director Hannah Lavery leads an artistic yet grief-filled response to the 2015 death in Scottish police custody of Sheku Bayoh.
The Chineke! Orchestra joins dynamic mezzo soprano Andrea Baker in a filmed performance of the trailblazing song cycle woman.
Rio de Janeiro-based choreographer Alice Ripoll’s celebratory film about the lives of her company’s dancers.
Choreographer Gregory Maqoma’s explorative and transformative film Retrace-Retract explores life in Soweto.
Choreographer Janice Parker’s reflective filmic series Small Acts of Hope and Lament, shot in Edinburgh on her iPhone 6.
Beirut-based choreographer and dancer Omar Rajeh’s film presents a micro to macro view of his home city.
From writer Ahlam and director Katie Posner, this film presents the award-winning You Bury Me as a poignant snapshot of post-Arab-Spring Cairo.
Distinguished pianist Malcolm Martineau and a gathering of musical friends in a filmed concert of songs based on the poetry of Sir Walter Scott.
Choreographer Akram Khan and director Sue Buckmaster take young audiences back in time to explore how war begins and how it ends.
A conversation about the past, present and future of women’s playwriting in Scotland.
Combining concertina, fiddle and guitar, the fiery Talisk trio are filmed giving a typically fast-paced and genre-bending performance.
Simon David (‘A hoot’ The Guardian) pulls painful pranks in an online, comedy fundraiser for transfem fund, FiveforFive.
A Season of New Digital Performances - written and performed by an acclaimed and international female-led creative team.
Small Truth Theatre are delighted to announce our DIGITAL CARAVAN THEATRE will be launching on Saturday 15th August 2020, with our first collection of audio plays that are all avai…
Join Rosie Kay as she talks about working in dance and film, from 5 SOLDIERS to Sunshine on Leith.
Join Rebecca Brown, the first female soldier to win Army Photographer of the Year 2019 for a conversation on her experiences.
Join Suba Subramaniam to explore the use of projection in dance and theatre productions.
A comedy audio murder mystery by award-winning writer James Beagon.
Dr David Divine aka Count von Heydrick, a lawyer/lunatic, discovers his Scottish-French-German-Jewish ancestry, after thinking he is Jesus and Magdalene’s heir.
Barbara Graham’s case is a shocking miscarriage of justice and a declaration should be made by the Governor of the State of California to rectify this injustice, which stands to th…
A light broadcasts from Mars. At first it falters, is interfered with, then it becomes clear. It is The Boy with Green Hair, anti-war. A short film.
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