Building on his award-winning London debut, the new extended show Music of the Night is a feast for the eyes, ears and soul.
Footsteps to Theatre (in association with Cumbria Curtain Call) present a youth production of Lionel Bart’s classic musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist.
The last fairy lurks in a dying forest.
Rediscover your favourite songs as Miss Kiddy and the Cads steal the biggest contemporary hits and give them a musical makeover of style and sass.
Edinburgh-based dark comedy collective The Counterminers are back for their third Fringe, putting on a new-writing piece by Florence Carr-Jones – Cheeky Girls.
You know that friend that just won’t stop sleeping with their ex? Theatre Paradok presents a new piece all about that ex.
Jordan and Connie want their next-generation AI voice assistant – Alivia – to make their perfect lives just that little bit better.
How many voices must be taken before we are heard? Join the studio audience of this comedic and dystopian gameshow and follow the friendship of two young women and their experience…
Ted Banks is a washed-up stand-up comedian desperate to get back into the big time with a comeback tour culminating in a slot at the Edinburgh Fringe.
In her most intimate work, cellist Justyna Jablonska explores how identities are made, unmade and remade in music.
William Golding’s haunting tale is one of the world’s best-loved and most terrifying novels.
Durham University Northern Lights are back in Edinburgh after a hugely successful run at the Fringe last year.
Torn is part verbatim testimony and part jukebox musical: an affectionate and uncompromising love letter to the power of the uterus.
Battle describes itself as a modern mystery play, and takes the audience on an intricately-plotted historical journey from 1066 to the present day: exploring how women just gather …
Bringing electricity, fuelled by passion, Red Hot Kitty presents a highly energetic amateur Burlesque show, which is sure to tantalize the audience.
Count Horoch Zadelski, dashing member of the Polish Underground, makes a daring escape from Nazi-occupied Europe with the Gestapo hot on his most-wanted heels.
Follow our adventurous, modern-day Alice through the looking glass to a wonderful, upside-down world of kings, queens, knights and other strange and comical characters who challeng…
It is 1871 and the seductive Vampyre Carmilla has chosen her next victim, the gentle and innocent Laura.
Before there was Dracula, there was Carmilla.
From award-winning director and acclaimed playwright, Laura J Harris, Bella Donna is an original queer comedy filled with unexpected twists and turns and more than its fair share o…
Award-winning musical theatre company The Talentz are bringing festive sparkle to you for our eighth year at the Fringe.
Join London-based producer and host, Foxi Blue, for a saucy night of delectable debauchery, featuring stunning and scintillating burlesque acts from across the UK.
Escape on a fantastic adventure this summer with Rapunzel – an exhilarating, heart-warming production about one girl’s longing to break free from her imposed lockdown and final…
Worshipped opera singer.
When her grandmother dies, Cece spirals into a quarter-life crisis.
A smorgasbord of Viking gods, an enchanting Norse soundscape and a pair of wise-cracking ravens accompany a Yorkshire lass on her journey from childhood to motherhood, revealing my…
You Can’t Sing With Us! The Bristol Suspensions are back better than ever with their all-new Fringe set! After winning the UK national championships of collegiate a cappella (and…
What drives a young person who appears outwardly quite happy with his life to one day bring a gun into school? It’s a vital question because it’s a phenomenon that is unhappily bei…
Peter Straker has one of the greatest, sweetest voices in British theatre, a unique performer who has starred in original productions of Hair and Tommy.
There is a distinctly medieval feel to Ross Stephenson’s Artorigus from the start, despite its modern trappings.
Bring Me to Light is a contemporary dance piece dedicated to finding beauty in your inner demons.
Following their five-star production of Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood in 2019 and powerful staging of Sophocles’ Antigone in 2018, this ‘strong and capable ensemble’ (Edin…
This reconstruction of Macbeth for Edinburgh University Shakespeare Society’s annual Shakesperimental play reimagines the narrative within a modern political context.
A musical coming-of-age journey.
A brand-new a cappella show, created by ICCA UK finalists! Stuck in purgatory, five women must fight for a place in heaven and avoid fiery hell.
The Wyrd Systers present In the Small Hours.
This prelude to Shakespeare’s most famous tragedy imagines Hamlet as a restless teenager frustrated by the limits of his role and furious at his father’s warmongering ways.
Minutes before the clock strikes 12, a group of friends rediscover themselves and their goals for the new year.
Sondheim’s classic satire of a culture of violence and political turmoil.
Watch 13-year-old Ahan Dasgupta make his debut with Feynman on Why Do Magnets Attract? Immerse yourself in an afternoon of monologue and drums, as we try to answer this probing que…
This feel-good show connects audiences with the energy, excitement and raw emotion of the pioneering R&B and soul acts of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.
Three longtime friends have had little contact since the death of the fourth member of their close-knit group, a best-selling horror writer.
Turning what we know about morality on its head, Gabrielle James and Joshua Newman’s Living With Sin is an interesting twist on the traditionally 'evil' seven deadly sins…
Shakespeare’s Henry IV and V - two great plays and one that’s a bit of a stinker.
Returning from a sell-out, 16th annual run at Fringe, join the Watch This Improv Troupe as they take you on a 50-minute improvised movie adventure! In a world where movie plots are…
‘Absurdly talented’ (FringeBiscuit.
Children, especially toddlers are known to be tyrants.
Lauren Brewer and Will Geraint Drake’s The Single Lady is a musical extravaganza, giving Elizabeth I the same treatment that Hamilton did to the Founding Fathers.
Art, the multi award-winning play, comes to Edinburgh in an entirely fresh production.
The rodeo is the best place in the world.
Come join the brilliant Boogie Shoes Silent Disco Walking Party as they return to their Scottish roots for an immersive dance-walk through the historic streets of Edinburgh.
Tom Waits depicted the poor, the punks, the hobos and the lost.
Omigod You Guys! Come and join Stage Avenue for this all-singing, all-dancing, feel-good musical comedy based on the hit movie, Legally Blonde.
Dark Vanilla Jungle.
Completely sold out in 2014 and 2018.
Join us on this wonderful, well-known tale of greed and humility as the Beast learns what it is to love and be loved.
An untraditional staging of classical Korean themes using the traditional puppetry of pansori and live music.
Come explore the intricate world of poetry lifted from the page at Wistful! This unique performance art uses the physical body, light and sound to experiment with words.
Sugar and spice / partners in crime / he-said-she-said / not talking / can’t believe / only joking / why did I / hate you / forgive you / miss you.
IKP present a bonkers theatre adventure in this brand-new comedy adaptation of L Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
King Richard the Lionheart is dead.
‘My life is a river.
Tristan’s grandfather is dead, Molly and Katie are hiding something, Laura is off the rails.
This version of Cyrano relocates the infamous nose from 17th-century France to the battlefields of the First World War.
The NHS has a funding crisis.
Told through a series of flashbacks interspersed with the “Last Supper”, The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband is a hilarious exploration of jealousy, humiliation, deceit and betrayal w…
This summer, join the girls for a fabulous night of glitz and glam as we celebrate each of our members in an awards show like no other.
One of Shakespeare’s funniest comedies brought to you by CYD.
My iPhone can hear me.
So this is the way the world ends, not with a bang but with glorious a cappella! Come and see a high-energy varied performance from 18 talented singers keen to sing their heart out…
You can’t help getting older, but you don’t have to get old.
From the multi award-winning company that previously brought you shows including Elf and The Addams Family comes this imaginative retelling of the classic tale.
Illuminations A Cappella’s powerful show Minds Alight!, in support of YoungMinds, combines their vibrant image and uplifting music to convey a powerful message of adversity, frie…
When Kyra Hollis receives an unexpected visit from her ex-lover Tom Sergeant on a London evening, the two attempt to rekindle their previously passionate relationship.
Danny lives happily in a gypsy caravan with his father, but his world is turned upside-down when he learns that his father poaches pheasants from the estate of the vicious, greedy …
Brickhouse Theatre Company tackle a difficult task: remoulding Emily Bronte’s passionate, intricate and dark Wuthering Heights into a new musical, written and composed by Michael…
Sense and Sensibility tells the story of the Dashwood sisters as they navigate the world of love, loss and society.
YouTube sensation, the Queen, is bringing her unique brand of Christmas messages live to the stage.
Fresh out of the ICCA UK 2019 final, DeciBelles from Cardiff University are crossing the Welsh border to bring to you Debut! The hot new show features songs from their ICCA set by …
With a melancholy Chopin Nocturne running through her veins and fragments of Caruso’s haunting opera echoing across the shimmering night sky, the haunted composer goes on a past …
William Shakespeare’s narrative poem The Rape of Lucrece tells the story of Lucrece, a noblewoman in ancient Rome whose rape at the hands of her husband’s friend, Tarquin, ulti…
A cappella is back and this time it’s competitive! Birmingham University A Cappella Society returns to the Fringe for their fourth year in a sporting attempt to blow you away with …
After a hit Fringe show in 2017, RadioOctave are back in Edinburgh! There’s lots to look forward to as we take you on a journey of love – exploring the highs and lows of this pow…
Pour a glass of whisky, settle into the sounds of a sax solo and join ‘Little H’ for a new noir take on Shakespeare's famous tragedy, Hamlet.
The Italia Conti Ensemble changes its membership every year as another cohort passes through the famous drama school.
A powerful depiction of modern times.
‘Can we just say we’re completely pro sex’ – Pig.
A comic Highland noir whodunnit.
A cold, clear, moonless night in the middle of winter.
‘Love the words; love the words’ was Dylan Thomas’s advice to the first performers of Under Milk Wood in 1953.
One of three office workers is about to lose their job.
Amazing Stories of Blues and Soul connects audiences with the energy, excitement and raw emotion generated by the pioneering R’n’B and soul acts of the 40s, 50s and 60s.
Based upon an idea by David Gest and Michael Jackson, Robert Burns the Musical by Tish Tindall is the story of love, Scotland and one man’s struggle to redefine his pride of worth.
Ophelia is Also Dead follows Ophelia telling us the story of her whole life.
A show about a Sue Perkins stan who has a life-size cardboard cut-out of the former Great British Bake Off presenter and an unwavering belief that she “will be glad to have someb…
CapeAbility centres around super powers – from X-Men to The Avengers, every superhero has a unique power.
The award-winning Stage 32, from Vermont, USA presents a creation story about creativity itself.
Vanity Airlines holds the prestigious title of Airline of the Year 2012 but how did the most popular airline lose their touch? Is it because the majority of people are flying budge…
The Herald’s Critics’ Festival Pick, 2019.
In the Heights tells the universal story of a vibrant community in New York’s Washington Heights neighbourhood – a place where the coffee from the corner bodega is light and sw…
Hal is struggling to come to terms with her mother’s death and meet with her father’s expectations.
A chorus of bawdy spirits lead you through this physically dynamic amalgamation of Shakespeare’s finest death scenes.
The circus has come to town, a circus that is quite unlike any other.
Shakespeare at his most sexy and salacious! A physically dynamic ensemble perform a musical, lyrical mash-up that explores love, sex and relationships in some of the Bard’s most fa…
Billy Joel: Piano Man Live showcases the very best of the dynamic songbook of the legendary Billy Joel.
The brand-new tribute show from Liquid Lunch Productions, Elton John: Rocket Man Live! showcases the very best of the eclectic songbook of the legendary Elton John and Bernie Taupi…
The Weegie boys are back again after two consecutive sellout runs at the fringe! They can’t wait to go mental in the capital with an even bigger and bamier show than the last! From…
Hailing from Scottish seaside town St Andrews is the award-winning a cappella group Bells.
‘All children, except one, grow up’ – but how did one child named Peter escape his fate to become ‘the boy who would not grow up’? Betwixt-and-Between explore the question behind…
Annie Jr, the musical performed by the outstanding Edinburgh Youth Theatre. Musical fun for all the family to enjoy. Experience the joy that is Annie!
William Mastrosimone’s one-act play, Bang, Bang, You’re Dead, is a powerful response to the wave of school killings that have erupted in recent times.
Actors from around the world rehearsed via Skype for four months and then met here in Scotland to put on Shakespeare’s romantic comedy: A Midsummer Night’s Dream! Come join us for …
This is a new, colourful, lively adaptation of a well-known, heart-warming, aspirational story which follows Dorothy and her friends as they embark on their journey to find the Wiz…
A musical treat to really raise the spirits! See Misha Rachlevsky and his renowned ensemble of young Russian string players in a slightly different light.
Trips and Falls follows two sisters on a mission to scatter their grandmother’s ashes in the perfect place.
TBC Improv welcome each and everyone of you to an hour of improvised comedy variety fun! Come and join top Scottish improv comedy talent as they take your ideas to create comedy sk…
In an afterlife, Gilbert brags to Sullivan that, as fathers of the modern musical, all new musicals are basically just variations on their own plots! Sullivan challenges him to tel…
In a house in the hills at the end of the day a grandmother remembers her first date, the man she married and the ups and downs of their life together.
Stepping Out, performed by Stage Avenue Performing Arts at theSpace @ Nidry Street, is a serviceable production of the British comedy originally written in 1984 by Richard Haaris.
A young boy with an enormous gift. Follow Ma Liang as he discovers a very special skill that could help his whole village as long as it doesn’t fall into the wrong hands…
It’s very tempting to conclude your musical with a clearcut happy ending, where every loose end is neatly tied and all of your favourite characters ride off into the sunset.
Come join the brilliant Boogie Shoes Silent Disco as we return to our Scottish roots for an immersive dance-walk through the crazy throngs of the Fringe.
Improvabunga is the totally improvised movie adventure extravaganza.
A play about women who take to the skies.
The tale of Jim Hawkins and his encounter with the formidable pirate Long John Silver and the hunt for treasure, featuring pirates, sea shanties, swashbuckling fights and a parrot!…
Shakespeare is an easy sell at the Fringe, namely his comedies, and this production of Much Ado is no exception.
A story told through new music and dance.
In a quiet forest, where magic dwells, the sun sets and Pippin’s world comes to life.
In their second consecutive Fringe show, Exeter’s mixed contemporary a cappella group deliver musical mastery in a series of unmissable performances.
From the company that previously brought you Peter Pan and Elf the Musical comes this spooktacular new musical comedy.
Things Live! A variety cabaret of Dragtime’s most unusual and magical drag performances yet.
An algorithm is a plan for solving a problem, but how many more does it create? Instagram’s official blog 2016: ‘To improve your experience, your feed will soon be ordered to show …
Physical theatre and contemporary dance collide in this all-female youth theatre production that begs the question: what would you do for fame? When a poor young girl is offered a …
E and V are women, or so they think.
Washington State, 1910.
An eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime.
Goodbye Rosetta abounds with youthful enthusiasm and passion.
The Grimm Tales are wildly reimagined in this exciting retelling using themes from modern Britain.
Take a journey with Imperial College London’s premiere mixed a cappella group through a spectrum of genres and themes in their debut Fringe show!
Oww! I feel good! The sensational story of soul – from the pounding R’n’B of the 1940s to the smouldering sounds of Stax.
Billy Joel: Piano Man Live! showcases the very best of the dynamic songbook of the legendary Billy Joel.
Some plays lend themselves to radical reinterpretations and stagings while others need handling with more care.
Set in October of 1978, eight women end up together in an abandoned house where Lenora Stark supposedly murdered her parents 13 years ago.
Scottish company, Stage Avenue Performing Arts invite you to come and pull up a pew and get ready to dance in the aisles for their Edinburgh Fringe debut of the feel-good musical c…
This epic rock comedy tells the story of a young rocker JB, from Kickapoo, journeying to find his counterpart in rock KG, and together they form the band… Tenacious D! Once forme…
Oh how easily this ambitious project could have fallen flat on its face and oh how wonderfully it sustains itself.
In this world premiere at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, licensed master shakuhachi performer Markus Guhe takes Japan’s oldest and quintessential bamboo flute on a journey fro…
‘The highlight of my Fringe’ (Audience Review, 2017).
Marco was never a popular kid.
A new musical adaptation of the classic tale of Cinderella, by Charles Perrault.
Glen Chandler, Edinburgh’s theatrical detective story-writing son, returns to the Festival Fringe this year with yet another ingenious triumph.
Danger! Systems are being corrupted and broken.
Alice in Wonderland by Jason Pizzarello.
Direct from the USA, the defending three-time National Shakespearean Acting Champions present Shakespeare’s rarely done history, King John.
Punching Judy is an original piece of theatre, which explores the secretive and insidious nature of domestic abuse.
Marking the centenary of women’s right to vote, Italia Conti Ensemble presents Laura Wade’s adaptation of the groundbreaking Sarah Waters’ novel.
The Wardrobe is a place where children over time have felt safe to share secrets and find solace for the struggles – some different and some the same across the ages.
A larger-than-life, theatrical celebration of the life and works of Gwyn Thomas.
When two Spartan warriors find themselves trapped and lost in the underworld, they must outwit a devious enemy, or remain forever in the land of the dead.
The greatest master is passion, who makes slaves of us all.
The buns are burning in The Great Brexit Bake Off as Beatrice battles Benedick, Don Juan’s confused and Hero harassed.
One sunny afternoon David and Lucy were playing with their dog in the garden and suddenly a strange creature called a Rapadoodle appeared.
The University of Birmingham A Cappella Society is returning to the Edinburgh Fringe for our third year after a successful 2016 and 2017! You will experience a late afternoon or ev…
Kate’s cast is revolting; fed up of being outnumbered by the audience, they want to make Shakespeare fun to watch by turning the history plays into a rugby game, Romeo and Juliet…
‘Mr Twit was a twit.
Edinburgh’s own improv comedy theatre company returns for more five-star improv comedy fun! Five-time Edinburgh Fringe sell-out (2013-17).
Curious Pheasant Theatre reinvents the Bard’s most famous tale of ‘star-cross’d’ lovers in a bare-bones, twisted production that will have purists running for shelter and a…
A modern take on the classic tale.
Traversing Edinburgh in August is sure to invite all sorts of flyerers.
Five-star review from The Herald, Rob Adams in 2016.
Cam Cahoon is a brilliant and accomplished tenor with a gift for enchanting his audience and creating fast fans with every show! Your favorite Broadway hits, including popular song…
In 1918, the letters stopped and Lucy had to face life having lost her fiancé and brother in the last few weeks of the war.
Multi award-winning Naughty Corner Productions bring you their most outrageous show yet! Russia, 2018.
Improvabunga is the totally improvised movie-adventure-extravaganza.
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