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.

A new website has set out details of a pay-for-review scheme for productions on the Edinburgh Fringe. However, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has warned...

Experimental arts organisation Forest Fringe has announced that it will no longer run a venue at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Forest Fringe has been connected...

Reader, we are fast approaching one of Tabard’s favourite times of the year – the Edinburgh Fringe – a smorgasbord of artistic genius and...

The 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme has landed. We’ll be diving in to its pages deeper at a later date, once we're suitably armed...

Theatre productions registered for this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe have hit an all-time high as its 70th-anniversary programme is launched. It comes as Edinburgh Festival...

Representation will be at centre of the Traverse's programme for this year's Edinburgh Fringe, according to artistic director Orla O'Loughlin. Speaking at the programme launch,...

Access and diversity are prioritised in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society's free events programme at this year’s festival. The Breaking Down Barriers strand of discussions, workshops and...

In summer, the arts take on a different complexion. Instead of a way of life, they become a destination, with cities and venues up...

New work from Gary McNair and Cora Bissett and the revival of a solo piece by Pauline Goldsmith feature in the ninth edition of...
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