Now in its ninth consecutive season, Nightpiece continues to platform exciting filmmakers from across the globe.
The morning after a drunken rendezvous with an old boyfriend, a woman and her friend discuss autonomy, identity and bad sex.
Gangs of London star Andrew Laithwaite returns to the Fringe for the first time in a decade for his singer-songwriter debut as Laith Andrews, in an intimate journey of love and los…
Show Me What You’re Maid Of follows a bridal party on the day of Flora’s wedding.
Based, like Hitchcock’s film, on the Daphne du Maurier short story, The Birds is a thrilling psychodrama about what happens when nature turns against humanity.
In this comedy romp, audiences will meet a colourful cast of characters who are certain to tickle those funny bones.
That’s what a trigger pull is worth.
Charlotte Palmer turned 50.
‘It’s a man’s world’ they say, looking at Earth.
The legendary behind the scenes guide to all the epic political dramas and characters… plus unreliable predictions and questions.
In this dark comedy, Ophelia and Gertrude are in limbo and on their way to Hell.
When Amy, Megan, Nicole and Olivia decide to go on a week-long girls holiday to Magaluf, some of them are excited for sun, sex and sangria.
Influencers, social pressures, selfies and shame.
‘Stop the press!’ said Mr Thomas, his hand clenching yesterday’s issue.
Private Eye’s MD and best-selling author of Dr Hammond’s Covid Casebook dissects the pandemic.
Taking inspiration from the Korean shamanic rituals known as Gut, WeMu reimagines the traditional in a concert combining Western and Korean instruments, creating modern music based…
There is a real physicality in music.
Before audiences step foot into the SpaceUK’s Annexe, a tune from a nearby keyboard drifts out of the theatre and floats down the hall to greet the audience.
In March 1952, hunched over a typewriter on a semi-circular table in the corner of a Jamaican villa, a man has finally completed his first draft of an espionage novel that would re…
Sue Kelvin stars in a tribute show to Bette Midler, covering her life and songs from the perspective of a lifelong fan.
Starring CJ de Mooi (Eggheads), Banana Crabtree Simon is an intimate and emotionally honest journey of one man’s struggle with early onset dementia.
Gillian Fischer wants to be Jewish.
After sell-out performances and five-star reviews from 2016-2019, our performers are excited to return to Edinburgh for their fifth year with a new line-up of songs! Featuring worl…
A profound, thrilling mix of music and storytelling, head/lining is a lyrical deep dive inside the mind of a working-class white lad coming to terms with his life so far; from noxi…
Shep Famousman, the finest talent agent London’s ever seen, known for a time as The King; known once, for about three hours, due to a profound clerical error, as the mayor of Lon…
A dark comedy about lying together.
The Edinburgh Fringe may have a porn addiction.
Concha is a one-person semi-autobiographical play exploring the intersectionality within the queer experience.
One man’s journey to good mental health via a very bad idea.
Nostalgic journey from Dolly’s humble beginnings to becoming Queen of Country.
Having written over 200 songs during lockdown exploring some of the more comical aspects of the pandemic, Siobhan Argyle is bringing her sold-out show from Glasgow to the Edinburgh…
Young, trendy Spencer leaves home and hits Soho like a whirlwind in a journey of love, laughter, heartbreak and happiness.
Blink and You’ll Miss It is the incredible, one-man show from Terry Geo, writer and director of Blink of an Eye.
Critically acclaimed as one of the greatest tribute shows in the world, Simon & Garfunkel Through the Years has toured extensively in the UK, Europe, Australia and USA for over 10 …
I think I’ve fallen in love.
After its sensational debut in 2019 and subsequent international critical acclaim, Back to Black returns, taking you on a moving and energising journey through a modern legend’s ca…
Experience all the hits from one of the world’s most successful duos in this poignant and uplifting trip through the career of The Carpenters.
Multi award-winning show taking you through the life and music of the record-breaking superstar, from humble beginnings in Nutbush to her crowning as Queen of Rock’n’Roll.
A nostalgic celebration of the 120 million album-selling supergroup.
Multi award-winning show taking you on a journey through the life and music of Aretha Franklin, the most-charted female of the 21st century, with high-energy versions of Think, Nat…
Which are you? Five darkly comic, Covid-era monologues can help you find out.
The Johnny Cash Story returns to Edinburgh Fringe to take you on an incredible journey through the career of the Man in Black.
Now in its 8th consecutive season, Nightpiece continues to platform exciting filmmakers from across the globe.
Allison Miller is on trial pleading not guilty to all charges held against her.
After a string of sell-out Fringe shows, Durham University’s award-winning mixed a cappella group are back with their most impressive show yet.
‘Ahhhh Gaaaa Do Do Do!’ This exciting new comedy takes place behind the scenes at a family entertainment resort, somewhere up North.
Tick Tick could give The Wolf of Wall Street a run for its money when it comes to the frequency of “Fuck”.
Hoo Hah House's production Brave Face is by far the bravest and powerful production I have seen at the Fringe this year.
Critically acclaimed as one of the world’s greatest tribute shows, Simon & Garfunkel Through the Years makes its return to the Edinburgh Fringe after selling out for six consecutiv…
This 5-star show takes you on a journey through time in Nashville to experience how music influenced the bible belt city and in turn how Music City influenced the world of music.
What are the ingredients for a bank robbery comedy? A ragtag criminal gang, a double serving of double-crossing, a training montage, and many pairs of dark sunglasses.
Highly Suspect is a highly novel theatrical experience in which four actors take on the roles of supporting players from the Sherlock Holmes stories - Watson, Le Strade, Mycroft an…
Radio 69 is an irreverent queer British comedy set in a radio station in the Scottish borders.
ICCA UK finalists Sweet Nothings bring you a battle of the ages.
Set in the wonderfully open, socially-distanced and drinks-to-your-seats Garden Theatre of theSpaceuk’s Symposium Hall, the a capella group Semi-Toned return to the Fringe with f…
Celebrating Cassidy’s music with a Scottish lilt and, due to high demand, more violin and original songs! After sell-out tours with The Story,
Elsa is ready to launch the sequel…
Following the death of their manager, four bartenders are faced with the impossible task of resurrecting their bar before it is taken over by a massive corporate chain.
A dark comedy that portrays all the nuances of trying to maintain a childhood friendship you’ve grown out of.
Fringe roulette is part of what keeps us coming back year after year.
Come on a musical journey through time as we perform tracks across the years using only our voices! The University of Birmingham A Cappella Society is back for their fifth time at …
The Fringe’s longest-running improvised comedy group, the Improverts, are returning for yet another year of fast-paced and consistently enjoyable short-form improv comedy and will …
After sell out shows at Fringes worldwide, this show returns to Edinburgh to take you on Dolly’s incredible journey from the Smoky Mountains to her arrival as the Queen of Countr…
Recording and living just a stones throw from each other in the 1970’s, a group of legends came together in Laurel Canyon to influence the world of modern music.
Boiler suits, beanies and a barrow! That’s what was waiting for this musical duo when lockdown hit! A truly mesmerising twinning of music and storytelling of how a global communi…
At the end of the line; a story of waiting for life to begin and the delays we experience to get there.
Take a nostalgic journey through the career and music of two award-winning legends in this internationally sold-out show.
A wild political landscape opens up – election-winning Boris is not as mighty as he seems; Brexit not done, a new Labour leader, SNP storms: epic dramas for a brand new show.
Enthusiastically vote alongside dozens of international talent scouts for 2020’s hottest breakthrough stars in the making, who battle for glory, fame and shiny moose trophies.
UK premiere: from his years as the visionary in one of the most successful duos through to his many solo hits, travel through one of the greatest back catalogues of all time.
American Performing Arts International is excited to return for the fifth year with the Best of Broadway! After sold-out performances and rave reviews, this show is sure to be a ho…
A nostalgic celebration of Fleetwood Mac, who have sold over 120 million records.
The Prince Experience invites you on a journey through the life and groundbreaking catalogue of one of the most eccentric innovators in popular music.
Celebrating Cassidy’s music with a Scottish lilt and, due to high demand, more violin! After sell-out tours with The Story, Elsa is ready to launch the sequel show with Eva’s g…
Dirty Dancing is firmly etched into the memories of the 80s generation, a symbol of 80s culture defined by its unforgettable scenes featuring watermelons, that infamous lift and th…
This multi-award-winning show takes you on a journey through the incredible life and music of Aretha Franklin, the most charted female of the 21st century.
After sold-out performances and five-star reviews the past four years, our performers are excited to return to Edinburgh for their fifth year with a new line-up of songs! Featuring…
Multi-award-winning show taking you through the life and music of the record-breaking superstar, from her humble beginnings in Nutbush through to her crowning as the Queen of Rock’…
After previous successful runs at Edinburgh, Adelaide and Brighton Fringe, follow Dolly’s incredible journey from the Smoky Mountains to her arrival as the Queen of Country.
Hosted by director Al Carretta and now in its sixth year, if you love independent film, then Nightpiece is the event to attend.
Direct from Australia, John Rowe brings his sofa-based entertainment show to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Is everything as it seems? Is the sky really blue? Do dogs like to smell each other’s bottoms to gauge their scent or do they just really like the smell of leftover poo? Join Drag …
A brand new behind the scenes guide to the latest epic political dramas.
Tatwood Puppets make their Edinburgh Fringe debut with the perfectly titled Cabaret of Curiosities.
The magical tail of Ned and the Whale begins a little like this.
Following sell-out shows and standing ovations in 2017/18, The Carole King Story returns to take you on an incredible journey through the career of six-time Grammy Award winner and…
Journey through the life and music of this phenomenal record-breaking superstar – the world’s only artist to have US top 40 hits in every decade since the 60s! Featuring hit ar…
Following the show’s sell-out nationwide tour, Jagged Little Pill makes its debut at the Edinburgh Fringe paying tribute to Alanis Morissette and her iconic album with uplifting …
Paul Nathan is a name often associated with the I Hate Children Children’s Show, a firm Festival favourite for years amongst little ones, but he is back this year with a brand ne…
We spend trillions on health but like Brexit, nobody knows what it means.
A portrayal of the life of Eva Cassidy.
Critically acclaimed as one of the world’s greatest tribute shows, Simon & Garfunkel Through the Years returns to the Edinburgh Fringe after five consecutive sell-out years with …
After receiving standing ovations last year, The Dolly Parton Story returns to the Fringe to take you on an incredible journey through the career of the Queen of Country who curren…
After sold-out performances and five-star reviews at Fringe 2016, 2017 and 2018, our performers are excited to return to Edinburgh with a new line-up of songs! Featuring world-clas…
After sold-out performances and rave reviews at Fringe 2016, 2017, and 2018 we’re excited to return to Edinburgh with this new revue of Broadway hits! Join us as we bring the Best …
Journey through the incredible life and music of the Queen of Soul – the most charted female of the 21st century! Featuring hit artist Cleopatra Higgins, as seen in West End hit …
Voices of Bond is a spectacle like no other.
Kevin Jones qualified in Medicine from Liverpool University.
Since 2014 we’ve platformed over 200 films giving premieres to shorts that have gone onto much bigger things in festivals across the world.
Grab the hottest Fringe tickets to discover tomorrow’s comedy stars, showcasing their Fringe comedy shows in this prestigious final.
In a different show every day the audience has the chance to seize back control of Rock’n’Roll Politics as broadcaster and author Steve Richards conducts a tour of the latest seism…
Pining for the Southern Cross? Spend a five-star night with The Girls From Oz! Full of sass and armed with killer harmonies, these Sheilas can sing, joke and put on one helluva sho…
Vocal Force returns to the Fringe with an all-new line-up of songs! These young, enthusiastic performers from the USA harmonise their way through beloved hits that will inspire and…
Vote excitedly alongside dozens of international talent scouts for 2018’s hottest breakthrough stars in the making, who battle for glory, fame and the shiny moose trophy.
‘I simply cannot wait to see more of their magic’ ***** (Tribe).
Logan’s Close are an Edinburgh based four-piece, performing original music with strong influence from 60s rhythm and blues.
Welcome to Almost, Maine, a town that’s so far north, it’s almost not in the United States, it’s almost in Canada.
A unique concert, which celebrates the unforgettable music of Simon & Garfunkel.
The Johnny Cash Story premiers at the Fringe to take you on an incredible journey through the career of the 18-time Grammy winner.
After sold-out performances and five-star reviews at Fringe 2016 and 2017, our performers are excited to return to Edinburgh with a new line-up of songs! Featuring world-class voic…
American Performing Arts International is thrilled to bring their newest musical revue to Edinburgh.
After a sell-out run in 2017 The Carole King Story returns to take you on an incredible journey through the career of this six-time Grammy Award winner and 20-time platinum hit mak…
The Joni Mitchell Story returns to take you on an emotive journey through the life of the nine-time Grammy winner and folk music pioneer.
The Dolly Parton Story premiers at The Fringe to take you on an incredible journey through the career of the Queen of Country, who currently holds an astonishing 153 major awards i…
Travel with the boy from Tupelo through his teenage years in Memphis, tentative footsteps into Sun Records studios, to his meteoric rise to the worlds biggest selling artist.
After sold-out performances and rave reviews at Fringe 2017, we’re excited to return to Edinburgh with this revue of Broadway hits! Join us as we bring the best of Broadway to the …
The James Taylor Story returns with the addition of Carly Simon to take you through Taylor’s career as he embarks on a journey into superstardom and his turbulent relationship wi…
Bristol Uni’s oldest and largest contemporary a cappella group return to the Fringe in their 10th year, covering hits from Bastille, Queen and more from classic rock to modern pop,…
Kaufman and Hart’s groundbreaking play sees its first revival in decades, telling the story of Richard Niles, a playwright who seemingly has it all – but what sacrifices has he m…
Perfect As You Are is an internationally touring production by Massive Vibe Live! with production and lyrics by Queen Be! It brings alive everyone’s power to benefit all.
Daring, witty and hilarious, RM Productions brings to the Fringe the best professional drag and burlesque act of Scotland – Cherie Triffle for a no holds barred performance.
Grab your hottest tickets to be entertained by tomorrow’s comedy stars, showcasing their Fringe shows in this prestigious final.
Moisés Kaufman, recipient of the National Medal of Arts from President Obama, speaks about creating new work for the theatre.
Bringing a playful twist and jazz treatment to classic movie songs from Breakfast at Tiffany’s to Star Wars, Jungle Book to La La Land, let Airlie Scott’s Pronto Swing get your…
Jungmann Productions brings the premiere of Piaf Remembered to the Edinburgh Fringe.
In a modern cabaret format, Now Here’s A Funny Story is a jaunty romp through the golden age of music hall, often delving into its dark underbelly.
Vote alongside international talent scouts, relishing the excitement of seeing 2017’s hottest breakthrough stars in the making.
An interactive comedy where the audience uses simple remote controls to choose what happens next on Rob’s blind date! You decide things like: which girl is best for him? What wil…
Different top-tier comedians take to the stage each night to deliver five to ten minutes of their material.
Five-star reviews and Three Weeks Editors’ Award winner Elsa Jean McTaggart returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2017 to launch her well-known folk and Scottish music show, …
The Bluebelles return to take Edinburgh for the third year running! Following sold-out performances and 5-star reviews, this year expect a night of vintage cabaret, as you are whis…
A blend of incredibly accurate live performance and multimedia, returning to the Festival after sell-out runs in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
The James Taylor Story is one of a series of shows at the Fringe under the Night Owl Shows, the company created by Dan Clews.
Samurai Drum IKKI rock the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in their 15th anniversary year! For the last year, their show had a record high of 3,167 audiences with ten sold out shows (and…
The Symposium Hall is an ideal venue for an acoustic music show with great views from the whole of the theatre.
Electra has been exiled and married off to a peasant.
The Carole King Story premiers at the Fringe to take you on an incredible journey through the career of the six-time Grammy Award winner and 20-time platinum hit-maker.
American Performing Arts International return to Edinburgh with their musical theatre revue American Broadway Hits.
theSpace at Symposium Hall is an ideal setting for music appreciation.
A portrayal of the life of Eva Cassidy through video, voice and song.
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Take songs that stop conversations, a voice that could stop wars and a fiddle that stops at nothing, and you have the icon Elsa McTaggart.
Married multi-instrumentalists from South Africa: that’s what this folk duo define themselves as and it describes them perfectly.
Grab your hottest Fringe tickets, to be entertained by tomorrow’s comedy stars who showcase in this prestigious final.
In the summer of 1990, four lads from Liverpool were working on renovating and decorating the palace of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein when they were taken hostage by Saddam and his…
Following their 2014 sell-out show and recent tour of North America, The Other Guys are back! A sensational blend of exquisite harmony, hilarious parody and suspect dancing awaits …
The Accidentals can’t wait to return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for their fifth year.
Breezing in as part of the Made In Adelaide initiative after a sold out run there, I had high expectations of this presentation.
Laughter-packed, legendary and unmissable on Saturday nights.
In spite of the morbid title, Dr Phil Hammond’s stand-up show makes mischief of the macabre.
We are the performance group of the Japanese Drum HIBIKI.
Simon and Garfunkel: Through the Years is a blend of incredibly accurate live performance and multimedia, returning to the Edinburgh Fringe after sell-out runs in both 2014 and 201…
This educational, charming piece on an American folk-rock visionary is fittingly presented by an up-and-coming sensation of the same genre, Dan Clews.
This well-received hour-long concert showcases the impressive skills of the four-person performance group Samurai Drum IKKI.
Fun lyrics and great musical timing manage to bring Neverland to life with a small cast and even smaller set.
Vocal Force is making their Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut! These young, enthusiastic performers from the USA harmonize their way through the past 60 years of chart-topping hits!
Don’t miss this new musical review! Featuring world class voices and breathtaking harmonies, these professional performers showcase the very best songs from the West End.
Forever Plaid is one of the most popular musicals in recent history.
Five-star review and Editors Award winner Elsa Jean McTaggart returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 to launch her folk album and show, Lassie Will Ye Go.
Laugh, love, shout and reclaim our NHS.
The Bluebelles are returning to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with their second show! Following last year’s five-star debut, this jazzy, adorable, all-female a cappella sensation…
Are you The Sick of the Fringe? Commissioned by the Wellcome Trust and conceived by Brian Lobel, The Sick of the Fringe is a curated programme of events aiming to inspire collabora…
The title looked like something from a Victorian sideshow.
Bristol University’s award-winning close harmony a cappella society present their debut fringe show! From classic rock to the latest pop, West End musicals to Disney’s finest, expe…
Grab your tickets to vote for tomorrow’s stars at this prestigious Final alongside comedy cognoscenti.
The Allmans Project – Safehouse are back, playing their highly acclaimed Allman Brothers Band set.
Scottish session musicians The Breeze perform a 60 minute set featuring popular and lesser known songs of the late John Walden Cale.
Two artists, two different styles in a unique exciting rock show.
Ever since that Fox Network show choir series that will not be named, it seems like a capella groups are a dime a dozen.
British guitarists The Showhawk Duo have dazzled audiences worldwide with their spectacular approach to playing the guitar.
In Violin Variations, Ian Peaston invites the audience to share his passion for experimenting with his electric violin and looping set-up.
Vote alongside international comedy cognoscenti for 2015’s hottest, breakout stars-of-tomorrow: Colin Chadwick, Daniel Audritt, George Lewis, James Loveridge, Jay Hampson, Luke Cou…
Following the huge success of last year’s debut Fringe run, Exeter’s finest all-female a cappella group is back! Sassy, sensational and just that little bit sweet, these girls …
Have you ever felt a beat so vigorous and inspiring that your entire being is changed for good? Have you ever heard the passionate fusion of the ancient and the now? Do you know wh…
There’s something primal about drums.
Dan Haynes and Pete Richards of Bookends have returned to the Fringe to once again give us their mesmerising renditions of some of Simon and Garfunkel’s most beloved songs.
The show explores a selection of songs by Noël Coward and Ivor Novello through humour, glamour and elegance, as the Flamin’ Dames Helen Whittington and Hilary Fisher combine music…
In their Fringe debut, Music Box Theatre present an intimate and impressive production of The Sound of Musicals, a compilation show featuring a smattering of musical theatre favour…
Aberfeldian self-taught fiddler and singer-songwriter, Elsa Jean McTaggart, enters stage left, playing electric fiddle and wearing red tartan skirt, and jaunty baker boy hat.
In the Game of Tones, you win or you die… or you sing! Semi-Toned are the University of Exeter’s all-male a cappella ensemble, and they’re returning to the Fringe after two y…
Ludwig van Beethoven has written operas, sonatas, and symphonies.
If ever there was an appropriate time to say “I’ll have whatever she’s drinking”, it would be after watching the mini-tornado that is Lowri-Ann Richards perform her Edinbur…
Nightpiece Film Festival is attempting to do something quite lovely.
Gately the G.
‘pratfall’ refers to the slapstick action, common in clowning, of falling and
landing on the buttocks.
Grab your hot tickets to vote at this prestigious Fringe final alongside international comedy cognoscenti for tomorrow’s stars.
The Yvonne Arnaud Youth Theatre’s Forever Young is a heartfelt
portrayal of the damaged, tormented and stolen youths of the First World War
through drama, poetry and song.
The O-Kai Singers, the outstanding indigenous a cappella chorus group and the winner of 2013 CARA, along with Amis Liyar Percussion group, who represents the most significant Amis …
King’s College London’s All the King’s Men return to the
Edinburgh Fringe with Spectacappella.
I’m not quite sure why The Unholy Trinity calls itself horror.
Ms TK Chan, co-founder of BLINK Gallery Hong Kong is going to present her and other Hong Kong artists’ artwork during the whole Fringe Festival across three different venues.
After a phenomenal run at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe, The Accidentals are back with ‘99 Problems But a Pitch Ain’t One’.
In the Pink are a young all female 10-piece a capella group who perform
variations of hit pop and hip hop.
The Amused Moose Comedy Awards Gangshow is a showcase of previous
contestants and winners of the Amused Moose Comedy Awards.
There are some musicals which take their basis from real life and
transform them into fairy tales.
University of Exeter’s all-girl a cappella group proudly presents our first show at the Fringe.
Vote alongside international comedy cognoscenti, to raise aloft the hottest, breakthrough stars of tomorrow who battle brilliantly for fame, fortune, shiny moose trophies, plus £1…
When American girl Bex is told she has to visit her uncle Angus in Edinburgh, she is not best pleased.
Porty Youth Theatre have taken on a classic tale, and have done
it very well indeed.
Folk duo Bookends, made up of David Haynes and Pete Richards, pay homage
to one of the greatest pairings in modern folk music with this heartfelt,
competent and surprisingly mult…
A Japanese drum wadaiko group, Samurai Drum IKKI is back! With new numbers and members, IKKI is finer and fiercer than ever before.
Eric Davidson’s blend of wordplay, poetry, rhyme, song and comedy is somewhat legendary among Fringe savants and he doesn’t disappoint with his new show.
Once Pathos: Can
You Kill for Love? hits its stride, it is an enjoyable and moving performance.
If you like a capella, see this show.
‘What an a cappella choir should be.
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