This show will involve a strange sense of singing, rambling and reciting dark poetry, all while keeping the audience engaged and confused at the same time.
O what a piece of work is man! And O, how the character of man is so timelessly and universally depicted as Shakespeare flings the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune at his mo…
What’s the point? Don’t apply logic.
One hotel suite, four tenors, two wives, three girlfriends, and a soccer stadium filled with screaming fans.
Nothing is stronger than female friendship, except maybe the pressures of adulting.
A Bit Celtic.
Migraine is widely misunderstood and stigmatised.
This hilarious hour will cover a couple of decades of adventures as a fish-out-of-water around the globe, culminating in the exotic locale of Wakefield, West Yorkshire.
Dicks and Tricks is an old-school comedy and magic variety show featuring the puns and knob gags of the Pundance Kid and the magic tricks and illusions of the Flamboyant Chesney Ge…
Osgood is known for Inverewe Gardens in Wester Ross.
A little girl is sent to retrieve a needle and thread from the ferocious Baba Yaga and must outrun the witch to reach her father’s hut.
Join us for a Wilde ride in this classic farce.
United in their determination to support their country during World War Two, four young women join the Land Army.
Kevin Daniel is a simple Glasgow boy who moved to England in 2000 to make his fortune.
Honey, I’m Home is a captivating Edinburgh show that takes audiences on a heartfelt journey of self-discovery and adjustment to a new life.
Eight years ago, Dylan Dodds asked himself a question.
Recently a single dad in his very early 30s, Martin has just had a massive career change having been thrust into the comedy world full time.
Will is a popular GP but when a teenage patient kills himself, everything starts to unravel.
Explore making rubbings, printing, collage and fun with circles and squares, and mixed-media collage.
Enjoy amazing classical music at lunchtime with a ROSL Recital.
Escape the afternoon crowds and enjoy amazing classical music with a ROSL Recital.
Kickstart your Fringe day with a ROSL recital, and immerse yourself in amazing classical music performed by some of the finest talent, in comfortable surroundings.
It’s Edinburgh in the 1980s.
Boro means rags in Japanese.
She’s had it all her life and finally comedian Pauline Eyre is ready to celebrate her body.
When these two stud muffins met for the first time, they realised they had one mission: how do we get one audience member to say this was ‘good’ comedy.
Brilliantly weird, award-winning Fred Ferenczi bestraddles the great yawning maw of death in brand-new show, a show that’s has been awaited with huge anxiety by all fans and his la…
One of Neil Simon’s best-loved comedies.
A Polish migrant, David Tasma, is dying from cancer in post-war London.
Based on a true story, Silent Night is set in an Anderson shelter on Christmas Eve in 1940.
The highly acclaimed Tay Bridge was commissioned by Peter Arnott for the 80th Anniversary of the Dundee Rep in 2019.
Experience the romantic passion of the music of Rachmaninov, performed by the best young classical musicians out there – all ROSL prizewinners.
ROSL’s exceptional prize-winning classical musicians bring Paris to Edinburgh performing the music of one of France’s finest composers and his contemporaries.
Enjoy a relaxing concert of music from one of the kings of jazz and his contemporaries as performed by ROSL prize-winners; some of the finest international classical musicians arou…
Start the day with the passionate music of Beethoven and his contemporaries, performed by ROSL’s exceptionally talented prize-winning musicians.
A teatime concert of the poignant and passionate composer Johannes Brahms; perfect for a reflective afternoon.
A woman grieving for the loss of her daughter is drawn to the mystery of the Wishing Well.
The beauty of Mozart’s wide variety of music comes to life in this teatime concert, as performed by ROSL’s exceptional, prize-winning classical musicians.
What would you trade to preserve a special relationship? Bassanio has squandered his wealth but plans to regain it by wooing wealthy Portia of Belmont, whose late father has impose…
A post-lunch concert of romantic and passionate music of Chopin and his contemporaries, performed by the finest international classical talent from ROSL’s renowned Annual Music C…
‘It is terribly easy to laugh at passion’.
A favourite of the ROSL recital series, Bach for Breakfast concerts feature the world’s finest young classical musicians performing some of the greatest works in the repertoire.
ROSL’s exceptional prizewinning classical musicians bring Paris to Edinburgh, performing the music of one of France’s finest composers and his contemporaries.
Enjoy a relaxing concert of music from one of the kings of jazz and his contemporaries.
Start the day with the passionate music of Beethoven and his contemporaries, performed by ROSL’s exceptionally talented prizewinning musicians.
Experience the romantic passion of the music of Rachmaninov.
The beauty of Mozart’s wide variety of music comes to life in this teatime concert, performed by ROSL’s exceptional prizewinning classical musicians.
A favourite of the ROSL Recital Series, Bach for Breakfast features the world’s finest young classical musicians performing some of the greatest works in the repertoire.
A post-lunch concert of the romantic and passionate music of Chopin and his contemporaries, performed by the finest international classical talent from ROSL’s renowned Annual Mus…
‘The streets run red.
One man sits alone in a room. Why? Beckett’s master work brought to life for the modern day.
Waking in the bridal suite on his wedding day, Bill finds a strange girl in his bed.
A young mother-to-be visits her in-laws for a Christmas trip.
A heartfelt tribute to Ireland’s late Nobel poet by award-winning Ulster actor-director Larry McCluskey.
Being a woman these days is exhausting.
The 1950s: a golden era, idyllic, patriarchal.
Enjoy a relaxing concert of music from one of the kings of jazz and his contemporaries performed by Royal Over-Seas League prize-winners, some of the finest international classical…
Since 1999, ROSL has brought together young classical musicians from across the Commonwealth to perform at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Experience the romantic passion of the music of Rachmaninov and his contemporaries, performed by the best young classical musicians out there, all Royal Over-Seas League prize-winn…
Royal Over-Seas League’s exceptional prize-winning classical musicians bring Paris to Edinburgh, performing the music of one of France’s finest composers and his contemporaries…
An uplifting solo performance of one man’s struggle with PTSD and depression and his journey to well-being.
Start the day with the passionate music of Beethoven and his contemporaries, performed by the Royal Over-Seas League’s exceptionally talented prize-winning musicians.
The beauty of Mozart’s wide variety of music comes to life in this teatime concert, performed by the Royal Over-Seas League’s exceptional prize-winning classical musicians.
‘The line of the machine.
An uproarious tale of marriage, mischief, jealousy, lies and laundry.
Ghosts! Murder! Betrayal! Revenge! A treacherous uncle and mad son.
A post-lunch concert of the romantic and passionate music of Chopin and his contemporaries, performed by the finest international classical talent from Royal Over-Seas League’s r…
Malcolm is in his mid-40s and going to be a grandad.
Neil Simon’s hilarious portrait of three couples successively occupying Suite 719 at New York’s Plaza Hotel.
Girl meets boy.
Follow an eclectic group of twenty-somethings as they navigate wacky text messages, misleading profile pictures and awkward dates in search of true love.
Six feisty older women shine a light on family violence.
Enjoy an hour of relaxing and evocative music from one of the greatest jazz composers and his contemporaries.
A teatime concert of the poignant and passionate composer Brahms and his contemporaries.
David Harrower’s compelling, award-winning play returns to the Fringe.
Start the day with the passion of Ludwig van Beethoven and his contemporaries, performed by the world’s most talented young musicians.
Enjoy the enchanting sound world of Debussy and his contemporaries in this relaxing concert of music, performed by some of the world’s finest young professional musicians.
Experience some of the most virtuosic classical music ever written by Rachmaninov and his contemporaries.
The beauty of Mozart’s incredible music comes to life in this teatime concert, performed by some of the finest international professional young musicians.
Multi award-winning, Edinburgh-based EGTG, return with this Shakespearean classic.
A post-lunch interlude with one of the greatest composers for piano, exploring the fire and gentility of Chopin and his contemporaries.
Becs is a single mum and leader of the opposition party in Scotland.
Little Shakespeare Company returns once again to the Fringe with a talented group of Scottish young actors.
Bach for Breakfast features some of the finest young musicians performing some of the greatest works in the classical repertoire.
Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy for our times.
It’s Shakespeare performed in a completely new way: a Shakespeare play condensed to the size of one woman, Emily Carding, and the way she deals with the audience.
A heartfelt tribute to Ireland’s late Nobel Poet by award-winning Ulster actor-director Larry McCluskey.
1717 – the inaugural meeting of a secret society where young ladies exercise their minds.
The Alien Chicken Remembers Galatea is inspired by John Lyly’s pastoral comedy, Galatea.
‘What is an artist without his muse?’ Beauty constantly asks this question as it delves into what it really means to create a legacy as an artist, and investigates how mo…
A one-woman dramatic monologue performed with great storytelling skills, Green Knight is an enthralling show.
He’s dying to get rich.
Stand-up comedy can be a very demanding form of performance.
Neil Simon’s dark comedy about Evy Meara, a cabaret singer whose career, marriage and health have all been destroyed by alcohol.
The programme for Collateral Damage states that, while the play was written in 1999 in response to contemporary issues, it “has many resonances for us today”.
Murderous intentions corrupt adolescent dreams in the chilling story of six teenagers living 20 years apart in an isolated girls’ school.
A sculptor is awaiting the arrival of an art dealer when the power fails.
Shakespeare the enigma – finding clues to sketching out the man behind the prose and the poetry.
A documentary musical about the childhood of Lizzie Borden, who was notoriously accused of murder in Fall River, Massachusetts USA, in 1892.
‘Truth hurts, don’t it?’ On a dark and stormy night, Betty, a married, successful dean of the local college, has called upon her resentful, blue-collar brother, Bobby, to help he…
What would your dog say if she could talk? Furry angel philosophers Trinny and Kato share their insights on the travails and foibles of the (not always wonderful) humans they love,…
Love is complicated.
Come let loose and forget about your worries with feasting, music, mayhem, bloody coxcombs and admirable fooling.
A personal journey by Irish actor-director, Larry McCluskey through the late Nobel Poet’s best and most popular work, a dramatic reading, with linking commentary and live music.
“O God, that I were a man,” Beatrice laments in Much Ado About Nothing’s fourth act.
Mrs Mash loves food and she loves stories! Join her for a feast of stories, songs and joining in fun about all kinds of fabulous food.
Unemployed bartender Maude is convinced she’s bought a Jackson Pollock for $3 in a junk shop.
Edmonton: such an idyllic village.
Little Shakespeare Theatre company presents a fast-paced hilarious play for children by children, except for Bottom that is.
Ariel Dorfman’s Death and the Maiden is one of my all time favourite plays; it is a beautifully written text, teeming with monologues many actors would dream to get their hands o…
Stephen Dinsdale’s hit comedy is a mind expanding experience.
One of John Godber’s finest.
Neil Simon’s comedies are wonderful, but quite a few of them have aged badly.
The world gasped in shock when renowned Irish poet Seamus Heaney passed away in August of last year.
In the mid-19th Century, Madeleine Smith was accused of poisoning her lover, Pierre Emile L’Angelier.
Lisa has lost an hour.
The award winning EGTG brings a bold new production of Webster’s macabre tale to this year’s Fringe.
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