Bach to Baby - Family Concert

Bach to Baby - Family Concert

Bach to Baby is the critically-acclaimed classical concert series for babies and their carers to enjoy together. In this special programme pianist Miaomiao Yu, the founder of Bach to Baby, presents a selection of her favourite pieces including nocturnes, dances and miniatures by Bach, Mozart, Chopin and others, all rounded off with a chance to join in with your favourite nursery rhymes! 

Such a Nice Girl

Such a Nice Girl

Eilidh has a problem. Eilidh is a lapsed Catholic. Eilidh is in a church trying to pray. Eilidh is coming unstuck. From the statue of the Virgin Mary appears the projected, imaginary version of her nemesis, Laura... 

Fundamentalists

Fundamentalists

Fundamentalists is a documentary-style drama involving an ex-serviceman from the Afghanistan war who is at a recovery hospital in Wiltshire. His nurse is from Somalia, a country hounded by war, now under constant attack from Al Shabaab... 

Loud Poets

Loud Poets

This is slam-style, make some noise, fist-thumping, pint-drinking, side-tickling, heart-wrenching poetry. This is poetry for the masses. This is the spoken word revolution. Featuring the best spoken word artists from Scotland and beyond... 

The Bridge

The Bridge

This intimate solo show is written, produced and performed by acclaimed Edinburgh-based writer, director, performer and filmmaker Annie George. In some senses all of this shows.This piece tells the history of a nation through the story of one family... 

My Luxurious 50 Square Feet Life

My Luxurious 50 Square Feet Life

In Hong Kong, thousands of people – poor families, students, white-collar workers – live in dystopian-sounding “sub-divided units” that sometimes only amount to 50 square feet... 

Warrior

Warrior

There is nothing visibly unusual about teenager Evan, who kicks off his opening monologue with the line, “My problem is this. Ignorance. Complete blind ignorance.” Yet immediately, Euan Brockie’s pained delivery tells us this is not just another surly teenager... 

My Name is Saoirse

My Name is Saoirse

A new play from the award-winning Sunday’s Child following the journey into adolescence of a young girl growing up in rural Ireland in 1987. Her name is Saoirse. It means freedom... 

Nzinga - Warrior Queen

Nzinga - Warrior Queen

A powerful tale of resilience and overcoming great obstacles, this production has battled through in the spirit of its eponymous character. When the original actor fell ill only last month, Mara Menzies, sister of Director Isla Menzies, stepped in and saved the day... 

just Conversations

just Conversations

Join the conversation as we explore a different subject each day surrounding equality, religion and ethics. It’s your chance to ask the questions that matter to experts, activists and authorities with the power to change the world... 

Soweto Melodic Voices

Soweto Melodic Voices

Supported by the University of Edinburgh, offering a life affirming, joyous celebration of traditional and contemporary African music and dance. Returning to the Fringe following international success and acclaim, a visual and melodic delight for all. 

The Onion of Bigotry - A History of Hatred

The Onion of Bigotry - A History of Hatred

With The Onion of Bigotry, A History of Hatred Black Dingo Productions and the Kielty Brothers have created an engaging and largely enjoyable piece of theatre. Four actors, each assuming the roles of various figures in the history of Scotland, guide the audience through the nation’s past in an attempt to peel back the layers of Scottish sectarianism and seek out its rotten core... 

Sounds of Freedom

Sounds of Freedom

Edinburgh Brass Band presents an hour of thought-provoking music, exploring human liberty through the ages. Grab this rare chance to hear the diversity of a traditional brass band, weaving beautiful music around the abstract notion of freedom. 

Manchester International Roots Orchestra

Manchester International Roots Orchestra

A unique, musically diverse orchestra which aims to nurture musical collaboration between international, culturally diverse Manchester based musicians, including refugees, and Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM)... 

X and Y

X and Y

'I always say if you can’t convince them, confuse them!' X and Y is a new play based on verbatim testimonies. It follows the journey of Natalie, a Glaswegian transgendered woman, from the 1986 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh to Glasgow 2014... 

Simply Soweto Encha

Simply Soweto Encha

Creative and joyous sound sensation from South Africa. Embark on an incredible a cappella journey with Simply Soweto Encha; feel uplifted by the unique melodic fusion of timeless and new soul, jazz, doo-wop, gospel, and R'n'B old...