The Ballad of the Apathetic Son and his Narcissistic Mother The Ballad of the Apathetic Son and his Narcissistic Mother

The Ballad of the Apathetic Son and his Narcissistic Mother

The Ballad of the Apathetic Son and his Narcissistic Mother features real life mother Lucy and 15-year-old son Raedie. Not much connects them anymore, but they both LOVE the singer Sia.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Populism A Beginner’s Guide to Populism

A Beginner’s Guide to Populism

Following a 4* sold-out run at the Voila! Europe festival, NoLogo Productions are bringing A Beginner’s Guide to Populism to the Edinburgh Fringe. A dark comedy about power, politics and the people.

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Chamberlain and Haywood Chamberlain and Haywood

Chamberlain and Haywood

With their fresh take on world music, Paul (accordion) and Michael (saxophone, violin, whistle and clarinet) return with another exciting, energy-filled tour around Europe.

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Square Go Square Go

Square Go

Max is a normal-ish kid in a normal-ish town. He spends his days daydreaming and hanging out with his weird wee pal Stevie Nimmo. But when Max is called for his first square go, a fight by the school gates, it’s his own demons he must wrestle with first.

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The Edge of You The Edge of You

The Edge of You

‘I used to think love was about not knowing where I end and you begin…but now I think it’s about waiting at the edge of you when I can’t get any closer’. From the outside, James and Grace are perfect for each other. But what about from the inside?

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(Mes)dames (Mes)dames

(Mes)dames

Three dancers create portraits of the place of women in our society, from the happy housewife to the ambitious businesswoman.

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Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard

Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard

Meet the women behind the man at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Female-led theatre company, Fearless Players presents Armour: A Herstory of the Scottish Bard

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Eilidh Steel and Mark Neal Eilidh Steel and Mark Neal

Eilidh Steel and Mark Neal

Eilidh Steel graduated from the BA Hons Scottish Music course in 2006 and together with guitarist and singer-songwriter Mark Neal will be performing at the Fringe. 

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Bottled Up Bottled Up

Bottled Up

Meet Jeanie. She hoards plastic bottles. No one’s perfect! Excuse the mess. She’s not got round to clearing up yet.

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Jan Tait and the Bear Jan Tait and the Bear

Jan Tait and the Bear

Based on a medieval story handed down by oral tradition, Emily Doolittle’s comedic chamber opera tells the story of Jan Tait, a rugged and roguish Shetlander who is always ready for an adventure.

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First Snow / Première neige First Snow / Première neige

First Snow / Première neige

Isabelle summons her family back to their ancestral home in Québec. Despite their history, they come.

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OFF-KILTER OFF-KILTER

OFF-KILTER

Internationally renowned visual theatre artist and Royal Conservatoire of Scotland lecturer, Ramesh Meyappan, returns with a dark, comedic, highly physical production incorporating illusions and masterful non-verbal storytelling.

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Heroine Heroine

Heroine

This poignant and darkly humorous solo performance, based on the remarkable true story of a US military sexual trauma survivor, explores courage, healing, forgiveness and what speaking your truth really means. 

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A Man’s A Man A Man’s A Man

A Man’s A Man

A bold venture telling the life of Robert Burns in the form of contemporary musical theatre. Starring BBC award-winning singers Claire Hastings and Hannah Rarity, and with the much-acclaimed Kieran Bain in the title role.

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A Fair Tale About a Fairy Trade A Fair Tale About a Fairy Trade

A Fair Tale About a Fairy Trade

A new musical adaptation of the classic tale of Cinderella, by Charles Perrault.

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What Girls Are Made Of What Girls Are Made Of

What Girls Are Made Of

In 1992 a schoolgirl from Fife was catapulted to a rock star life in an indie band. Touring with Radiohead, partying with Blur, she was living the dream. Until she wasn’t.

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Catriona Morison & Simon Lepper Catriona Morison & Simon Lepper

Catriona Morison & Simon Lepper

Mezzo-soprano Catriona Morison graduated from RCS in 2013 and went on to win BBC Cardiff Singer of the Year in 2017.Experience Morison’s hugely characterful singing in her International Festival debut recital, for which she’s joined by the fine British pianist Simon Lepper.

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Heaven Burns Heaven Burns

Heaven Burns

Morayshire, 1662. Runaway Isobel works for charismatic witch-pricker John Dixon. She worships him, but when he’s accused of falsifying his identity, will she accept that he’s not the man he claims to be… or indeed a man at all?

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Confessions of a Child Star Confessions of a Child Star

Confessions of a Child Star

MA Musical Theatre alumna Lydia Davidson and Musical Directing graduate Shonagh Murray are bringing Confessions of a Child Star to the Edinburgh Fringe. One woman’s embarrassing journey from child star dreams to inadequate adulthood. Lydia’s ‘How (not) To’ guide to life, love and success.

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Love Song to Lavender Menace Love Song to Lavender Menace

Love Song to Lavender Menace

After a sell-out run at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh, Scotland’s 80s gay romantic comedy hit is back! So are nostalgic bookseller Lewis and party-boy Glen, in this funny, celebratory play about Scotland’s radical, lesbian, gay and feminist bookshop

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Osric Omand and the Story of Hope Osric Omand and the Story of Hope

Osric Omand and the Story of Hope

Osric Omand and the Story of Hope is a horror-action-comedy that follows Osric Omand and his ex-Nazi caretaker Hans as their institute of monsters suffers an outbreak.

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