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Fringe – get along to this show and be cleansed by Myra DuBois

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Myra DuBois is giving the world of self-help the enema it so desperately needs! Come and be cleansed!We caught a few minutes of her razor sharp comedy at the Underbelly launch, and it appears you would...

Fringe – I’ll Tell You Mine

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THE REST IS STILL UNWRITTEN... SO WHAT KIND OF SONG WILL YOU SING?Follow Oxford's original all-female-identifying a cappella group on this coming-of-age journey. Hear the songs that soundtracked your first kiss, your first heartbreak, your first...

Fringe – Diane Chorley is Down The Flick

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The Duchess of Canvey and acclaimed 80s songstress Diane Chorley is returning to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival once again and opening the doors to her iconic nightclub The Flick. Her very own venue will be...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Pleasance Theatre Trust Opening

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The Pleasance are back with a bang and launching things in their usual grand style. The opening gala saw nine fantastic acts - from the over 250 shows making up this year’s programme -...

Edinburgh Deaf Festival – for children and families

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Fun for children and families at the newest festival in town.There’s a strong emphasis at the first Edinburgh Deaf Festival on providing family-friendly live entertainment – something that parents with deaf children often struggle...

Edinburgh International Festival – Rusalka

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EIF presents a new production of Dvořák’s best-loved opera, the dark fairy tale Rusalka, features Welsh soprano Natalya Romaniw in the title role.One of the 2022 International Festival’s orchestras in residence, the Philharmonia Orchestra...

Edinburgh International Festival – MACRO

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The 75th Festival opened with a joyful celebration of Australian and Scottish culture in a fusion of circus, dance and music.Hailing from Adelaide, Australia, award-winning contemporary circus powerhouse Gravity & Other Myths and critically...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Peppa Pig – My First Concert

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From Mozart to Muddy Puddles! 'Peppa Pig – My First Concert' is a fun interactive introduction to a live orchestra with everyone's favourite Pig family!Join Peppa as she discovers an orchestra for the first...

Scottish Government gives anniversary funding to the festivals

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To mark the 75th anniversaries of the Edinburgh International Festival, Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Edinburgh International Film Festival, £2.1 million in Scottish Government funding will support anniversary programmes.This year’s Edinburgh International Festival will also include...

Smallest whisky bar in the world right here in Edinburgh

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Cask 88 is offering festival goers a tiny slice of whisky heaven.On Princes Street, sitting on the corner of Hope Street and Shandwick Place, is a new whisky bar. It has a floor...

Edinburgh Deaf Festival – Q&A with Craig McCulloch

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One of the performers taking part in Edinburgh Deaf Festival is Craig McCulloch. We chatted with him about his career and the festival.Tell us a little about yourself.I’m an actor who happens to be...

Merlin works magic to bring the Fringe to Morningside

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A busy Edinburgh town centre will host acts and entertainers descend on the area as it becomes part of the Free Fringe for the first time, thanks to the Merlin pub.The team at the...

Assembly Festival – KIN – Barely Methodical Troupe

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Barely Methodical Troupe brings you their five-star hit about group dynamics and camaraderie. Their physical prowess is deftly deployed, as tumbling, flying and catching become challenges and opportunities for individual bids for recognition.KIN was...

Assembly Festival – The Choir of Man

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From creative minds Nic Doodson and Andrew Kay, The Choir of Man is 60 minutes of unadulterated entertainment that combines high energy dance, foot stomping choreography and the incredible talent of nine ordinary guys...

Life on the Bay will return to BBC Scotland in new series

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NEW SERIES OF “LIFE ON THE BAY” UNDERWAY NOW ON FIFE’S SUNSHINE COAST AKA PETTYCUR BAY HOLIDAY PARK Popular Kinghorn park to feature once again in BBC Scotland series“Fife’s Sunshine Coast” will be back on...

Fringe – Lori Hamilton (with her nine suitcases) has made it to Edinburgh

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Lori Hamilton set out from New York with nine suitcases each of which has its own name, all packed into another suitcase for the journey.When she arrived she had to then get the suitcases...

Fringe – Assembly is back – with a health warning about the future

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It was a rather subdued and reflective William Burdett-Coutts, the founder of Assembly, who took to the stage at the Assembly Gala launch last night.Certainly he was less direct than MC Reuben Kaye...

EICC gives hundreds of Fringe tickets to local charities

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EICC and their Festival Fringe partner, The Pleasance Theatre Trust, create a community ticket distribution scheme, along with catering partner Leith’s to offer complimentary refreshments The initiative will provide hundreds of Fringe tickets to local...

Edinburgh Art Festival at the museum – The E.coli

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A 90ft long inflatable sculpture by Bristol-based Luke Jerram has been suspended from the ceiling of the National Museum of Scotland’s Grand Gallery.The E.coli, which is 5 million times bigger than the real...

Fringe – Viva Arts present Calendar Girls

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Based on the hit film, this award-winning musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth tells the story of an ordinary group of women in a Yorkshire Women’s Institute who create an artistic nude calendar to raise...

New festival puts deaf arts and culture centre stage

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Events designed to welcome deaf and hearing audiences.Edinburgh Deaf Festival will bring a whole new artistic and cultural experience to deaf and hearing audiences in August.It offers everything from drama, comedy and cabaret...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – ‘Tropicana’ – Aidan Sadler

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Join queer cabaret icon and performance tour-de-force Aidan Sadler as they take you on the award-winning journey to Tropicana!Dandelion Cube Bike Tour, Calton Hill, Edinburgh. 2nd August 2022 © 2022 J.L. PreeceNothing is safe from ridicule...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – ‘Caligari’ – ChewBoy Productions

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'Caligari' reimagines the 1920 seminal German film ‘The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari’, with a cast of five actor-musicians taking the stage to tell the victims’ stories of their brutal murders at the hands of...

Johnnie Walker Princes Street supporting the Fringe

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Johnnie Walker Princes Street and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society have announced a new partnership with the whisky experience supporting the festival as an Official Partner Destination.Since launching in September 2021, Johnnie Walker Princes Street has...

Colinton Arts comes to the Kimpton

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A new exhibition has been opened at Kimpton Charlotte Square Hotel in a partnership with Colinton Arts.The collection is of work inspired by the city, its landmarks and scenery.Jason Cordingley, oil painter and...

Plague on the Fringe – postponed by… a pandemic

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The only musical about a pandemic which had its premiere postponed… by a pandemic. The year is 1348 and the small Yorkshire village of Bogsfield is about to be hit by the Black Death. As villagers...

Fringe venue 244 – Alison Kinnaird – A Closer Look

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Alison Kinnaird has an international reputation as a glass artist and exponent and teacher of the Scottish harp.Her creations can be seen in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, the Scottish Parliament and National Museums...

Fringe – re:ACTION

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Since the early 2000s, it’s been a rite of passage for theatre and stagecraft students at Denver School of the Arts (DSA) to travel to Edinburgh every four years and put on a show...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – ‘Good Grief’ – Ugly Bucket

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A recipient of New Diorama Theatre and Underbelly’s hit-making Untapped Award, supported by Methuen Drama, 'Good Grief' is a cathartic reckoning with death and grief through a kinetic maelstrom of outrageous clowning, powerful and...

The Ecstasy of Victoria Woodhull – first woman to run for US President

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She was the first woman to run for President of the United States in 1872 – before women even had the vote.This absorbing play is inspired by Victoria Woodhull’s remarkable life, which tells of...

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