Theatre Company NIE (New International Encounter) has, for sixteen years, co-created performances with venues and theatre companies across Europe.
The new location of l’Institut franҫais d’Ecosse on George IV Bridge is the ideal spot for Ogo, the production created for wee souls (petits âmes) from the Canadian company of that very name,
Taking off shoes and heading stocking soled in to an enticing Bedouin tent on the stage of the Brunton stage already holds intrigue for adults and curiosity for the children.
The first day of this year’s manipulate Festival at the Traverse Theatre is a day packed full of animation screenings.
International, visual theatre, puppetry and animated film combine for the latest incarnation of the manipulate touring fest.
Cinderella, this year’s Christmas show at the Traverse, is a wee gem for children aged nought to ninety.
The dark matter of dementia is tackled with great sensitivity and imagination by the young London based Vertebra Theatre Company.
Outside the Omnitorium, Assembly’s latest venue at the back of George Square theatre a sign states ‘This evening the entertainment will be found amusing, instructive and delightful’.
A young girl lives a lonely life in a caravan with her pre-occupied mother, whose job is to monitor the signals from a vast array of satellite dishes.
On a tiny boat in the middle of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival stands Half a String’s mesmerizing story A Heart at Sea.