The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the world’s largest arts festival. The Fringe as it is often called features thousands of shows over several weeks each year in August. Whether you have an interest in plays, musicals, comedy, dance, physical theatre, opera, music, spoken word or cabaret there is something for you at this unique arts festival.
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Kathy Burke is to direct Amy Booth-Steel in #HonestAmy a Ukulele Comedy at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe. Book now!
Six the musical announces a Royal Tour for 2019-20. The Six UK Tour kicks off at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in October 2019.
Jonathan Harvey and Pet Shop Boys are to premiere Musik, a new cabaret show starring Frances Barber at the Edinburgh Fringe featuring four new Pet…
Park Theatre has revealed a star-studded line-up of guest performers for a new murder mystery show, from Gillian Anderson and Damian Lewis to Catherine Tate…
An acclaimed touring production of Chigozie Obioma’s Booker Prize-nominated novel, The Fishermen, has secured a transfer to London’s West End.
Following an acclaimed season at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, Brexit (the play) is headed to the King’s Head Theatre in November.
Mark Ludmon reports on where you can catch some of the hits from this year’s Edinburgh Fringe
The Archive of Educated Hearts, an intimate and innovative storytelling installation, and Power Play: Funeral Flowers, a site-specific witty portrayal of adolescence, have been awarded…
Paul T Davies reviews Brawn, written and performed by Christopher Wollaton at the Space at Surgeons Hall at Edinburgh Fringe.
Paul T Davies reviews Skin Deep the musical at the Gilded Balloon at Edinburgh Fringe
Paul T Davies reviews Le Gateau Chocolat’s Icons now playing at Assembly George Square Gardens at the Edinburgh Fringe
Paul T Davies reviews Kids Play at the Space at Niddry Street at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Paul T Davies reviews Gary McNair’s play After The Cuts now playing at Summerhall at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Mark Ludmon reviews Jen McGregor’s new play, Heaven Burns, at Assembly Roxy at Edinburgh Fringe
Paul T Davies reviews One Life Stand at Roundabout at Summerhall at Edinburgh Fringe.
Mark Ludmon reviews Hippana Theatre’s Alabama God Damn at Pleasance Dome at Edinburgh Fringe
Mark Ludmon reviews Roxy Dunn’s Timmy, co-starring Joz Norris, at Assembly George Square Studios at Edinburgh Fringe
Paul T Davies reviews Tremor now playing at Roundabout at Summerhall as part of the Edinburgh Fringe
Paul T Davies reviews From Today Everything Changes now playing at the Space on North Bridge at the Edinburgh Fringe