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Tenderfoot steps up to EdinburghTenderfoot Theatre take their show Stop the World, We're Getting Off to Edinburgh Fringe this August.
Sticky Door opens for Katy in EdinburghBirmingham born writer and performer Katy Arnstein is to take her “ukulele-spun storytelling show” Sticky Door to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Jon Culshaw is Flying High with Les in ChorleyWhen Jon Culshaw takes to the stage of his hometown’s Chorley Theatre on Sunday night, one funnyman with deep Lancashire roots will be paying tribute to another...
Rachel's Fat Chance in NewcastleA politically-powerful one-woman play Fat Chance explores people’s fear of fatness and class stigma.
Lizard Boy licked into shapeThe UK cast for new indie rock musical Lizard Boy has been announced ahead of its première at Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester.
Make-up in Salford & BuxtonMake-up at Kings Arms Theatre Salford July 16–17, as part of GM Fringe, is also at Underground Venues for Buxton Fringe July 15.
Work in a Gilded BalloonEdinburgh’s Gilded Balloon has more than a hundred summer jobs for a festival with a different perspective.
City dates for Classic!Classic! is a new comedy play directed by Joyce Branagh that Manchester's Hope Mill Theatre and HER Productions are taking to the Edinburgh Fringe this year.
Untapped Award winnersFour Untapped Award winners will see their work presented at Underbelly Cowgate as part of this year's Edinburgh Fringe.
Lizard Boy debut in Manchester & EdinburghLizard Boy, a new indie rock musical from the US, makes its UK debut at Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Pleasance Futures 2022Pleasance Futures supports a record number of artists and companies at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Benedetti appointed new EIF DirectorFollowing the announcement of Valery Gergiev's resignation as President yesterday, violinist Nicola Benedetti has been appointed Director of Edinburgh International Festival.
Book Festival news
Visiting the Edinburgh festivalsDavid Chadderton has a few pointers for anyone visiting Edinburgh this August—or any August.
The Joys of Edinburgh in AugustAs the Edinburgh festivals reopen, Philip Fisher explains their attraction.
Book Festival Features
Freddie Hayes: Potatohead
Freddie Hayes in association with Pleasance and York Theatre Royal
The Gods, The Gods, The Gods
Wright & Grainger in association with Hartstone-Kitney Productions (HKP)
Under Heaven's Eyes – The Systemic and Systematic Unjustified Killings of Black Lives
Resistance Theatre Company