Set in a landscape of social distancing, social media, WhatsApp and Zoom calls, iMelania is an audio-visual experience that takes place on your phone and desktop.
Some day, Where Sat the Lovers will be a live stage show.
When Gregor Samsa woke one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed into a monstrous verminous bug.
Welcome to undertaker Anna Morgan-Jones’ live Zoom webinar.
Challenging, daring, with longeurs but also explosive moments, this makes for uncomfortable viewing but is a much-needed and to be applauded show.
Amina Khayyam’s Catch the Bird Who Won’t Fly, a Kathak dance piece using animation and green screen is beautiful, subtle and moving despite its grim subject matter: domestic vi…
We need heroes in these strange times is the thesis of this show, and Les Petites Choses’ Fighters brings us five.
Queen Jesus Productions presents A Space to Bless, live from St Mary’s Cathedral – a radical queer space for contemplation, connection and meditation.
A man falls from the side of the screen onto the floor.
You’ll clock in at the beginning.
Ai~sa~sa meaning ‘Get over yourself’ is brilliant.
Close your eyes and let Darkfield radio lead you into the surreal, suggestive and truly suspenseful.
Tai Gu Tales was created by Hsiu Wei Lin, formerly a principal dancer with the iconic Taiwanese Cloud Gate company.
My Car Plays Tapes is the new storytelling show by John Osborne, about getting older, jobs, cars that don’t really work and how to make big decisions with your life.
Three short films inspired by feeling, converted into text and birthed through movement.
The Receptionists is a physical comedy show about customer service by two Finnish female clowns.
Four individuals who perceive and interact with the world slightly differently meet on stage to dance together and alone, to surrender to motion that arises from their own uniquene…
‘I wish Justine would leave me alone, so I could imagine being with her.
Designed specifically to be experienced with headphones, alone, with the lights off and the curtains drawn, Covid Lockdown Breath Machine is a fantastical, transformative and uplif…
The climate apocalypse has hit.
Our protagonist is ‘an inspiration’, ‘so brave’.
Triple Fringe First and Olivier-winning Fishamble, in association with Fringe First-winning Sunday’s Child, return to Summerhall with the 2019 hit show Mustard by Eva O’Connor.
A womxn is called upon for service, following in the footsteps of her past generation and members of the Old World.
Ludala, meaning ‘happiness’, is three short films fusing dance, poetry and good vibes.
Performed by cellist-composer Emily De Simone, systems_theory is a curated set of multimedia works reflecting human impact on the world – from Thomas Butler’s Coordinates for Cel…
‘My name is mandla.
Does instant connectivity help our attempts to make meaningful relationships with our surroundings and our fellow humans? Or does it reinforce feelings of isolation and inadequacy …
In a space cluttered with discarded costumes and glasses of milk, Sally dresses, undresses, drinks and dances in an attempt to embody the women that brought her into being.
Drawing on a deep lifelong immersion in diverse cultures and an array of pioneering experiences, Scotland’s ‘musical alchemist’ (World Music Report) offers a revelatory new vision …
The Dream Train weaves together a quartet of characters with JS Bach’s Goldberg Variations in a play that has the clarity and strangeness of a particularly convincing dream.
Remember when your religion teacher taught you about ridin’? And the school nurse told you to shave your pits? Or here, discovering your clit the first time? Wait, you haven’t yet?…
‘The only thing for you now is to find a good wife.
A hypnotic dreamscape.
Fow Lissa is defensive, deaf and failing university – the last thing she needs right now is to fall in love.
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