Parisian cabaret star Isabelle Georges returns to Edinburgh with her trademark soaring vocals, theatrical delivery and a stunning all-star band.
Paul Kelly has recorded over 20 albums as well as several film soundtracks.
Simon Munnery marks his 30th year of Fringe shows with an unmissable, one-off gala.
Mr Boom – the children’s one-man band from the moon – is no stranger to The Famous Spiegeltent.
Captivate brings the world’s longest-running musical Les Misérables following last year’s five-star reviews and standing ovations.
Archie Roach is a singer, songwriter and storyteller in the tradition of his ancestors.
‘Irish stew for the soul’ ***** (ThreeWeeks).
Award-winning chanteuse, Christine Bovill has built her reputation on the massively successful sell-out show, Piaf.
There are plenty of musicals that have versions suitable for younger companies, but Alan Parker’s Bugsy Malone is possibly unique in that it’s a piece that only really works if…
The Spiegeltent is a far cry from the workhouse and rarely can a setting have been better used than in this stunning production of Lionel Bart’s Oliver! by Captivate Theatre.
Laurie Black taunts the gods of bad luck in her first ever show at the Fringe.
There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening of the heartbeat.
Live, up late and luscious.
Captivate Theatre’s five-star sell-out show returns to The Spiegeltent for the duration of the Fringe.
This Edinburgh Festival phenomena, born in 2003, keeps on giving.
Christine Bovill has built her reputation on her interpretation of classic 20th century songs.
Christine Bovill has returned to the Fringe once again to grace us with her incredibly heartfelt renditions of some of Piaf’s greatest songs, on the centenary of the icon’s bir…
Of course there would have to be a torrential downpour on the day I viewed Sunshine on Leith, sadly only adhering to the typical fickleness of Scottish weather that betrayed the na…
An exhilarating electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality and rock’n’roll, Spring Awakening is an edgy, rock musical adaptation of the seminal play about the trials and tribul…
It can be hard for a children’s show to be entertaining for both adults and children simultaneously, but Captivate Theatre’s latest addition to their Shakespeare series is effo…
The Stray Birds are one of the hottest bands on the US roots music circuit.
In Silver Darlings, celebrated writer Alexander McCall Smith has joined forces with innovative Scottish composer James Ross, to write a song cycle about Scotland and the sea.
The moment Jack Lukeman enters the stage, it’s clear this is going to be a fantastic show.
La Clique has been a feature on the Fringe for over ten years and has a well deserved reputation for slick circus cabaret and variety.
The perfect appetizer for your evening on the Fringe.
Old-time blues rockers The Black Sorrows have been playing since the early 80s – plenty of time for them to tighten up on chords, learn the rhythm and throw in some obligatory cl…
Les Misérables is a musical based on the 1862 French novel by Victor Hugo that tells the tale of an ex convict who flees his parole, meets a generous priest, becomes mayor of a to…
Stories old and new for anyone over six who enjoys stand-up comedy without rude words from the man who invented the genre.
Since forming in the early 1990s, Old Blind Dogs have stood on the cutting edge of Scotland’s folk and roots revival.
Herald Angel award winner John Rae returns to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival having played to sell-out crowds and glowing reviews at last year’s Edinburgh Jazz Festival with his N…
Romeo loves Juliet, but does she love him too? Romantic Romeo gets its debut this year in the Famous Spiegeltent as part of Captivate’s musical Shakespeare series.
Not your usual folk band, Lorraine McCauley & The Borderlands are distinctive outstanding performers.
Brave Macbeth returns to The Famous Spiegeltent in St Andrew Square after a successful run in 2014.
An incandescent star of The Famous Spiegeltent’s La Clique, chanteuse Becc Sanderson returns this year for four nights of unbridled revelry.
Ahead of the Fringe in St Andrew Square, in The Famous Spiegeltent, you’ll find him there; dear old Boom still singing his song, wee and big earthlings do all come along.
he’s now been knighted as Sir Robert Downe (you can call him Count Downe,
geddit?) but that isn’t the only outlandish claim made at this fabulous frolic
of a cabar…
Using his trademark stand-up style, insights and anecdotes on classical music, maverick pianist James Rhodes makes his fringe debut.
Rura are one of the most sought-after bands of their generation.
The Shoogles return with a brand new album.
Damian Helliwell’s Metta is a pioneering project breaking new ground in contemporary Scottish music.
From his first foray as a punk clarinettist in Canberra band The Slammers, through a twenty year career co-fronting the Gadflys, to current incarnation as The Great Muldavio in Kab…
One Man Breaking Bad is impressionist Miles Allen’s attempt to squeeze
60 Breaking Bad episodes into 60 minutes.
We are delighted to present the Fringe premiere of Sunshine on Leith.
Direct from Melbourne, Australia, The Perch Creek Family Jugband are a band of five energetic multi-instrumentalists and vocalists, four of whom happen to be siblings.
Scotland-based four-piece group The Bevvy Sisters (not all sisters, or even all women) enthrall and amaze as they bring us their unique stamp on Americana classics and their own so…
The Poozies first burst on to the folk scene in the early 90s and have been well respected pioneers ever since.
BBC Introduced, Lorraine McCauley and The Borderlands released their debut album Light in the Darkest Corners to rave reviews including four stars in the Scotsman.
Mary Macmaster and Donald Hay are brilliant innovators who mix electroharp, atmospheric percussion, organic samples and emotive vocals creating magical, new Scottish music.
Irish born Edinburgh resident, Nuala Kennedy is an internationally renowned ‘singer, flute player and composer of remarkable finesse, fearless of the unknown’ (Irish Times).
This is the best I’ve seen and heard of the great Irish jazz and blues singer.
The New Mendicants are a Canadian-based indie rock supergroup, consisting of singer-songwriters Joe Pernice and Norman Blake on acoustic guitar and vocals.
More merriment for anyone over six who enjoys stand-up comedy without rude words.
Sumptuously celebrating the golden age of shipboard romance, while forging full steam into the future, Scotland’s premier swing sensation The Loveboat Big Band invite you aboard …
‘Best show on the Fringe’ (Scotsman).
The legendary late, live and luscious Club Spiegel will present a series of live bands, DJs and dancehall shenanigans throughout the festival.
Brave Macbeth returns to the Fringe following a five-star run in 2013.
The perfect appetiser for your evening on the Fringe.
Alcohol: One minute a soul mate, the next a psychopath; it can be both creative muse and pesky mischief-maker.
Mr Boom - the children’s one-man band - arrives from the moon in his spaceship Imagination.
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