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The Royal Mile during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Photo: Jan Kranendonk/Shutterstock

Edinburgh Festival Fringe

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe (Edinburgh Fringe) is the world’s largest open access performing arts festival featuring theatre, circus, dance, cabaret and comedy shows. The festival takes place every August for three weeks in Scotland’s capital city at the same time as the Edinburgh International Festival, a separate festival to the Ed Fringe. Get The Stage Special Digital Edition: Edinburgh Fringe, with every Edinburgh Fringe review, on The Stage App. Search 'The Stage theatre news' in your app store to download the app for free.

Theatremakers from Scotland, New Zealand and Hong Kong met at this year’s fringe in the first part of a three-year collaborative artist residency programme...

Last month, Lyn Gardner asked, in advance of this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, for people to look out for each other. She wrote: “For some...

The Edinburgh Fringe is over for another year. The streets are free of flyers. Normality has reasserted itself. Here are six of the shows...

Regarding Matthew Xia’s piece on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (‘Invisible in Edinburgh: why are BAME people ignored at the fringe?’, Opinion, August 31). My...

On almost my last day at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2015 I saw a show called Labels made by Joe Sellman-Leava who had asked...

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe may have had its curtain call, but many shows that played there can now be seen elsewhere across the UK....

The end of this year’s Edinburgh Fringe was marked, as ever, with the various awards presented across the city, its annual take on the...

This is the first year I have taken a show to the fringe. Although I love it, Edinburgh is not kind on anyone with...

Rosie Kay Dance Company’s 5 Soldiers – The Body is the Frontline is to be live-streamed from a working army drill hall. The performance on September...
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