What Would Kanye Do? What Would Kanye Do?

What Would Kanye Do?

Marcy loves Kanye West. In fact, she would like to be Kanye West. WWKD? follows the fantasies and fears of aspiring rapper Marcy as she struggles to justify her irrational love for a divisive rap star.

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No Show No Show

No Show

New contemporary all-female circus from award winning director and Contemporary Performance Practice graduate Ellie Dubois, last seen at Summerhall with Ringside in 2015.

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SoftLOUD SoftLOUD

SoftLOUD

SoftLOUD is acoustic and electric, ancient and modern, traditional and innovative. Sean Shibe’s new show brings together contemporary classic Electric Counterpoint (Steve Reich), with mellow, old Scottish tunes;

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The Polar Bears Go Up The Polar Bears Go Up

The Polar Bears Go Up

Our favourite pair of cuddly bears are heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year in their latest adventure perfect for young explorers and wannabe space travellers aged 5 and under.

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(I Could Go On Singing) Over The Rainbow (I Could Go On Singing) Over The Rainbow

(I Could Go On Singing) Over The Rainbow

FK Alexander returns with her Total Theatre Award-winning sell-out 2016 show. FK sings live against a wall of noise music, to the recording of the last time Judy Garland ever sang Over The Rainbow, recorded four months before Garland’s death. 

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Snigel and Friends Snigel and Friends

Snigel and Friends

Join Snigel (Leading UK disabled dancer Caroline Bowditch, Falling in Love with Frida), the inquisitive snail, in their cozy home underneath the leafy canopy; a colourful and sensory world where Snigel’s insect friends – brought to life by dancers, Welly O’Brien/Alex McCabe and performer and musician Zac Scott – come to visit. 

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Hopeless Hopeless

Hopeless

Award-winning spoken word artist, Leyla Josephine is set to take audiences on a journey through the apathetic attitudes of millennials, as she debuts her new show ‘Hopeless’ at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Through quick-fire poetry and dark humour Leyla asks whether we can really make a difference or if in fact everything is broken … Continued

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A Machine They’re Secretly Building A Machine They’re Secretly Building

A Machine They’re Secretly Building

Part of the 20th Anniversary British Council Showcase Proto-type Theater speak up, speak out, and blow the whistle on global surveillance in A MACHINE THEY’RE SECRETLY BUILDING at Summerhall this August – part of the 20th Anniversary British Council showcase at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017.

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The Mystery at Ginger Creek The Mystery at Ginger Creek

The Mystery at Ginger Creek

Welcome to Ginger Creek, where curious characters and perplexing events are the norm. Join Hank O’Hara and Sally Silver Gunz, as they run from the law, stumble over clues and suffer from amnesia. Their lives depend on you, as they attempt to solve a murder and prove their innocence. The Murder at Ginger Creek is … Continued

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My Fanny Valentine My Fanny Valentine

My Fanny Valentine

Megan was looking forward to her hot date with a doctor. Imagine her disappointment at discovering she’d inadvertently booked an appointment with a gynaecologist. An eclectic mix of music, comedy, storytelling and cabaret. 

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Letters to Morrissey Letters to Morrissey

Letters to Morrissey

When you’re a sad, scared and lonely teenager, and you’ve no one else to turn to, you can always turn to Morrissey. Gary McNair returns after his award- winning sell-out show A Gambler’s Guide to Dying.

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Locker Room Talk Locker Room Talk

Locker Room Talk

During his controversial presidential election campaign, Donald Trump regularly made statements considered by many to be misogynistic and offensive. Gary McNair wants to think we’re better than this, and is having honest conversations with men about women to see if he is right or wrong.

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The Whip Hand The Whip Hand

The Whip Hand

Acting graduate Joanne Thomson performs in The Whip Hand by Douglas Maxwell. Dougie has just turned 50 and has a bombshell proposal for his ex-wife Arlene. He wants to serve a global cause, even if it puts their daughter’s future at risk. An explosive new play by Douglas Maxwell.

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Plan: Build a New Town Plan: Build a New Town

Plan: Build a New Town

Ishbel McFarlane, an MACCT graduate, is bringing an interactive performance to the Edinburgh Book Festival. Plan is a game in which you build your own imaginary New Town – it’s a show about utopias and refugees, and offers a thought-provoking spin on how countries are reshaped following conflict.

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The Last Post The Last Post

The Last Post

Trumpet, electronics and text. One man’s love letters from the front line. Towards the close of WW2, Army signaller Dennis Marshall wrote a series of moving letters to his fiancée, tracing his journey and his experiences.

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Kara Sevda Kara Sevda

Kara Sevda

Nuclear winter has descended upon the globe. The last train south out of Paris is boarding. But not everyone will be drawn in the lottery.

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Amy Conway’s Super Awesome World Amy Conway’s Super Awesome World

Amy Conway’s Super Awesome World

Join Amy on a videogame adventure like no other. Battle the minions of fear, loneliness and despair using your collective powers of human connection and emotional resilience. Only together can we slay the Darkness!

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The Illusion of Truth The Illusion of Truth

The Illusion of Truth

Edinburgh based, Kenyan/Scottish storyteller, Mara uses her shows not simply to tell a story, but to engage the audience in powerful issues such as FGM, sexism and racism through the art of storytelling. Taking the medium of storytelling back to its roots, used to pass on information and inform younger generations. Mara brings her passion … Continued

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SEANMHAIR SEANMHAIR

SEANMHAIR

Seanmhair (feminine, Scots Gaelic): grandmother. Pronunciation: shen-a-var. A chance meeting between two children on the streets of Edinburgh leads to a terrible reckoning, leaving Jenny and Tommy forever bound together by blood and fate. Brutal and beautiful, Hywel John’s remarkable new play glimmers and cuts like a jewel, fusing raw epic romance with guttural urban … Continued

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