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First two 2021 exhibitions announced by Summerhall

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The first two exhibitions of 2021 will bring light and colour back into Summerhall’s spaces that have sat empty for much of 2020.Abigail Simmonds’ sparkling 'Space Becomes Time' will see the upstairs Meadows and...

Summerhall Christmas Market is online from today

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Summerhall will host its first ever Online Christmas Market from Monday 23 November to Thursday 24 December 2020 featuring over 60 independent Scottish brands and makers. Due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, Summerhall is unable to...

Watch the SAY Award on YouTube

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The Scottish Album of the Year Award (SAY) have announced that the full digital ceremony filmed at Summerhall will be broadcast from 6pm on Sunday 1 November 2020mas a YouTube Premier.Edinburgh rapper Nova took home the coveted title and...

At Summerhall – Mount Strange and the Temple of Fame

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MOUNT STRANGE AND THE TEMPLE OF FAME is the new art exhibition at Summerhall which opens on Friday 24 January 2020 and runs until 15 March 2020. The fact that it will be in...

December at Summerhall

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Summerhall has a packed programme of events in December, and we can only mention just a few here.On 6 December 2019 Cold Turkey's Warm Stuffing takes place at Summerhall.Kathryn Joseph is a main dish...

Cinema at Summerhall this weekend

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On Sunday 24 November 2019 at 5.00pmYour chance to discover new film talents on screen and in person as part of the French Film Festival UK. Short Cuts - French films with English subtitles.The programme...

2019 Sit-up Award Won by ‘Who Cares’

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The 2019 SIT-UP Award has been awarded to LUNG and The Lowry in partnership with Gaddum for its production Who Cares currently moving audiences at Summerhall as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.'Who...

Edinburgh Fringe 2019 – One Two, One Two present ‘Everything I Do’.

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Irish live performance company, 'One Two, One Two', is making its debut at Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer with its award-winning theatre show 'Everything I Do'.Based on personal material, 'Everything I Do',...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 – PASSENGERS

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Max wants to tell you a story. He’s not entirely sure why or even who he is. Is he savage, peacekeeper or critic… or all of these? He’s hoping you’ll be able to help....

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 – Footnotes & Phrases

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Lewys Holt brings two companion shows, performed on alternate days, to Summerhall’s Anatomy Theatre for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019.Footnotes is a dance/ theatre comedic parody of a lecture driven off course bythe repeated intervention...

Yukon Ho! (Tall Tales from the Great White North)

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Very funny, mostly true cabaret-style survival guide to an unbelievably mad life in Canada’s frozen northCanadian born Jennifer Irons is an award-winning choreographer. She choreographed a number 1 hit single for Olly Murs and...

At Summerhall in September – Scotland’s first Kung Fu Film Festival

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Summerhall launch Scotland’s first Kung Fu Film FestivalSummerhall announces Scotland’s first ever Kung Fu Film Festival - coming to the venue in September 2019. With a population of over 3,000 South-East Asian students at...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 – Army@TheFringe

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Army@TheFringe is returning for a third year with another programme of shows that explore life in and out of uniform. This year’s productions embrace everything from opera and drama to queer theatre. The themes include the...

369 Remembered at Summerhall – Living by the Tide

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At Summerhall until this weekend there is a fascinating memorial exhibition.Alan Watson comes from a long line of fishermen and seafarers. In the early 19th century, two of his whaler relatives perished when...
Art on walls at Summerhall

At Summerhall: Visible Girls: Revisited and Invisible Spaces*****

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What makes a space invisible? Perhaps it is behind a door, on the other side of a wall, or even under the sea. Perhaps it is in plain sight, a place that is so...

The 369 Gallery – a glorious movement in Scotland’s cultural landscape

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It was a remarkable movement in Scottish art which emerged in Edinburgh in the latter part of the last century. Now the 369 Gallery has sprung to life again with the first of two...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 REVIEW : How to Keep Time: A Drum Solo for...

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‘When we drum together it’s like we’re having a conversation through time….it doesn’t make much sense if there’s only one drummer.’Antosh Wojcik’s grandfather has vascular dementia. When Antosh visits him in hospital, he tries...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 REVIEW : A Fortunate Man***

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What do we want when we visit a doctor? To be cured, but also – perhaps more importantly – to be listened to, to be understood. Throughout New Perspectives Theatre Company’s interesting ‘guided tour’...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – REVIEW – Baby Face****

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‘Being told I have the fragile arms of a ten year old - I’d take that as a compliment.’ Women always want to look younger than they are, don’t they? Adverts, social media – everything...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – My Kind of Michael

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Very funny exploration of the rise and fall of Nick Cassenbaum’s hero, Michael BarrymoreEver since his Nanna Sylvie bought him ‘Barrymore’s Best Bites’ on VHS when he was seven, Nick has loved Michael Barrymore. Now, in...

Summerhall signs up to landmark hospitality charter with Unite

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Europe's biggest private multi-arts complex signs landmark recognition agreement with Unite the union.Unite the union and Summerhall have today agreed to a voluntary recognition agreement which will be the first of its kind in...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – BACKUP

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Climate change takes centre stage at Summerhall as Belgian companies land on the North Pole. The Focus Company and the Chaliwaté Company collaboratesfor the first time on BACKUP, a physical theatre performance hybrid exploring social...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – Valerie

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Valerie - To All The Women Who Hold On For The Ones They Love Valerie reaches deep into the guts of families and their mythologies and also honours all the women, down the generations, who...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – Army@TheFringe

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Army@TheFringe returns to the world’s largest arts festival with an international line-up of shows that focus on diversity and mental health. The venue, at the historic Hepburn House drill hall, is run by the Army...

Juniper Festival Returns to Edinburgh

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 Hailed as ‘the biggest celebration of all things gin’, the Juniper Festival will be in full flow at Edinburgh’s Summerhall from 1st-3rd June. This will be the fifth consecutive year the festival will be...

At Summerhall – Satellite

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This summer from 26 May to 13 July 2018 a display of work from both emerging and established artists will be hosted at Summerhall.The Visual Arts Scotland (VAS) Graduate Showcase celebrates the best work...

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Mini Maker Faire, with laser sculptures, at the Edinburgh International Science FestivalComing to a close this Sunday, 15 April, the 30th Edinburgh International Science Festival, powered by EDF Energy, has presented over 270 events...

Bio Artists at the Edinburgh International Science Festival

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Summerhall hosts Bio Art Exhibition 'Synthetica'A special contemporary art exhibition co-curated by Edinburgh International Science Festival, Summerhall and ASCUS Art & Science, 'Synthetica' will showcase the work of established international artists working in the...

Pick up a Pickering’s gin bauble while you can

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Last Christmas the 30,000 gin baubles which Pickering's Gin harvested were simply not enough to meet demand. 30,000 sold out in 82 seconds.This year they have managed to collect 1,000,002 baubles by hiring more...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 – Binge Culture

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Performance alchemists Binge Culture are a New Zealand based group of artists who are working to renew theatre for the information age by giving spectators real stakes in their experiences.What if you could step...
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