Japanese culture and art transposed into the context and frame of the Edinburgh Fringe can often create its own special vibe and LaN-T003 present a show of pleasing chaos and order.

Carlo Massari and Chiara Taviani are the two dancers in Maria Addolorata which in English is 'Our Lady of Sorrows'.

This group of dancers from New Zealand are incredibly talented and the choreography by Neil leremia is brilliant. All the work presented during the show spans a period of twenty years.

The trickling of rain triggers the emergence of growth from beneath the black earth. Four dancers begin a journey that, an hour later, has them travel from basic nature to an urban existence.

Mika was last here more than 10 years ago but he returned again today like an extinction event meteorite hitting Edinburgh.

Taki Maori has an intimacy that many shows on the Fringe lack, a small family of Maori and it is a family, a mum, a dad, children and close relatives have brought a slice of Aeotora (New Zealand) to a

This month we are having a VALENTINES SPECIAL but don't panic if you do not have special person in your life to share this night with because if you come along you never know that special person maybe

What should you do if two men walk on stage, then, for no apparent reason whatsoever, one of them suddenly opens his enormous mouth and wails like an insane banshee at the audience?

The Rite of Spring, when first performed in 1913, stirred emotions to such an extent that members of the audience attacked each other, and then the orchestra, hurling anything available in their di

L.A. Dance Project is an artist collective co-founded in 2012 by the choreographer/dancer Benjamin Millepied and composer Nico Muhly with associate artistic producers.