City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Fringe


Edinburgh Fringe 2019

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The Edinburgh International Festival may have come first, but generally it's the Fringe that Edinburgh is best-known for. There's really nothing quite like it - "the largest show on Earth".

The stats bear that out: 2019 will see 3,841 shows in 323 venues across Scotland’s capital city. It's a sprawling, anarchic, sleepless month of live performances. There are hundreds of free shows and pay-what-you-want shows at the Fringe as well.

Plan It Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019

Fringe brochure launched

The 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe brochure hit the streets yesterday, with the usual staggering amount of shows stuffed in small, abbreviated print behind this y

Assembly Festival Full Programme Launched for 2019

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Running from July 31- August 26, Assembly Festival is delighted to announce the launch of its new programme for 2019, bursting with big names, exceptional performances, ground-breaking new work, home-

Monkey Barrel Comedy Announces 2019 Fringe Programme

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Monkey Barrel Comedy has announced their 2019 Fringe Festival programme, with over 50 acts performing across five spaces in their newly-expanded venue.

Scottish Stunt Cyclist Danny MacAskill to Debut Show at Fringe

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Freestyle stunt cyclist Danny MacAskill will debut his Drop and Roll Show Live at the Fringe this August.

Assembly Festival Shows Released for Sale

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The first 14 shows of Assembly Festival's 2019 Fringe programme go on sale today, January 31st.

Early on-sale line-up shows include:

Assembly Festival opens applications for 2019 Art Award

Assembly Festival, the multi-venue operator at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe founded in 1981, has announced the opening of applications for the 2019 Assembly Roxy Theatre (ART) Award.

Dance Japan, Greenside @ Infirmary Street, Review

Dance Japan

Yoshitaka Suzuki was Born in Akita, Japan in 1981 and has danced and trained all over the world. His list of performances is impressive so I was looking forward to this performance.

Folding Echoes, Review, Dancebase

Folding

This is the second piece I have seen at Dancebase which is pushing at the borders of what we see and perceive as dance.

Do You See What I Hear?, C venues - C too, Review

Do You See What I Hear

Do You See What I Hear? is a collaboration by two award-winning performers, one a composer and the other a poet.