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  • Foodies Festival
    Events
    25
    Jul 2016
    Foodies Festival
    Foodies Festival’s three-day event brings a slice of paradise to Inverleith Park, complete with artisan produce, tasty street food and fun masterclasses....
  • King Arthur
    Fringe
    25
    Jul 2016
    King Arthur
    You can see why they wanted to cast David Gant in the twin roles of King Arthur and Merlin. Just look at his tumbling mane of grey hair, his...
  • Young Fathers
    Fringe
    25
    Jul 2016
    Young Fathers
    Hard though it may be to credit during August, when the festival city is teeming with artists and audiences, Edinburgh is not always a nurturing environment...
  • Eurobeat
    Fringe
    25
    Jul 2016
    Eurobeat
    Rula Lenska is looking over the Aegean from the Greek coast as the sun sets on another bakinghot day. Soaking up the view, she looks the very model of a...
  • Camille O’Sullivan: The Carny Dream
    Interviews
    25
    Jul 2016
    Camille O’Sullivan: The Carny Dream
    Returning to her big top roots, Camille O’Sullivan is set to explore a rollercoaster of emotions and – hopefully – create a bit of madness. In a former...
  • Jo Caulfield
    Comedy
    28
    Jul 2016
    Jo Caulfield
    I’ll never forget coming out of Waverley Station in 2001 on my first visit to Edinburgh and seeing a man in...
  • Thrones! The Musical
    Listings
    26
    Jul 2016
    Thrones! The Musical
    Assembly George Square 3-29 August, 5pm You know nothing until you’ve seen last year’s Fringe sell out...
  • Barbara Rae
    Art
    25
    Jul 2016
    Barbara Rae
    The Open Eye Gallery may be hosting a retrospective exhibition of her work, but artist Barbara Rae has never...
  • Self-Portraits
    Art
    25
    Jul 2016
    Self-Portraits
    In a fascinating study of the self-portrait spanning six centuries, Facing the World finds a surprising...
  • Sophie Kinsella
    Books
    25
    Jul 2016
    Sophie Kinsella
    Sophie Kinsella has a new book out, and it’s very different from the best-selling Shopaholic novels that...
  • Puddles Pity Party: Let’s Go!
    Listings
    26
    Jul 2016
    Puddles Pity Party: Let’s Go!
    Assembly George Square 4-29 August 7.25pm The big sad clown is back for his second Fringe run after the...
  • Sophie Thompson
    Books
    25
    Jul 2016
    Sophie Thompson
    Years ago, Sophie Thompson began scribbling down ideas for a children’s book about a boy called Vince who...
  • 21 Things To Do
    Edinburgh City Guide
    25
    Jul 2016
    21 Things To Do
    1. Toss That Caber! Experience the excitement of the Highland Games in the idyllic town of North Berwick,...
  • Emma Pollock
    Fringe
    25
    Jul 2016
    Emma Pollock
    Comedy and theatre have long been mainstays of the Fringe programme, with theatre, opera and classical music...
  • The Piff The Magic Dragon Show
    Comedy
    25
    Jul 2016
    The Piff The Magic Dragon Show
    Fresh from wowing the judges on America’s Got Talent and taking Las Vegas by storm, Piff the Magic Dragon...

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    The Stand Comedy Club 3 & 4 4–28 August (not 15), 10.35pm Franken caused a few waves last year with his transition to being...Read More

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    Zoo Southside 5–28 August (not 16, 23), 10.30pm Every night is different as Bojana Novakovic goes face to face with a new...Read More

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Puddles Pity Party: Let’s Go!
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Puddles Pity Party: Let’s Go!

July 26th, 2016 | by lidia
Assembly George Square 4-29 August 7.25pm The big sad clown is back for his second Fringe run after the success of last year’s...
Young Fathers
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Young Fathers

July 26th, 2016 | by lidia
Hub 14 and 15 August, 9.30pm Winners of the 2014 Mercury Music Prize, the Edinburgh trio play two hometown gigs. See feature on...
Thrones! The Musical
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Thrones! The Musical

July 26th, 2016 | by lidia
Assembly George Square 3-29 August, 5pm You know nothing until you’ve seen last year’s Fringe sell out hit Thrones! Be...
Sunshine on Leith
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Sunshine on Leith

July 26th, 2016 | by lidia
The Famous Spiegeltent 3–29 August (not 8, 15, 22), 5.15pm Originally a hit for Dundee Rep, then a movie, Stephen Greenhorn’s...

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Jo Caulfield
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Jo Caulfield

July 28th, 2016 | by lidia
I’ll never forget coming out of Waverley Station in 2001 on my first visit to Edinburgh and seeing a man in full Highland dress – the kilt, the sporran, the little dagger in his sock… I was so excited to see my first real...
Zoe Coombs Marr: Trigger Warning
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Zoe Coombs Marr: Trigger Warning

July 28th, 2016 | by lidia
Underbelly, Cowgate 4–28 August (not 15), 6.50pm Returning as her alter-ego, the beer-swilling, misogynistic comedian Dave, Coombs Marr has thrust him into the Phillipe Gaulier clown school to reinvent himself as a whimsical...
Will Franken: Little Joe
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Will Franken: Little Joe

July 28th, 2016 | by lidia
The Stand Comedy Club 3 & 4 4–28 August (not 15), 10.35pm Franken caused a few waves last year with his transition to being known as Sara but has opted to return to Will since then. Regardless of gender, the American...
Spencer Jones Presents The Herbert in Eggy Bagel
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Spencer Jones Presents The Herbert in Eggy Bagel

July 28th, 2016 | by lidia
Heroes @ The Hive 4–28 August (not 15), 8.50pm Criminally overlooked in terms of Edinburgh award recognition for his show Proper Job last year, Jones’s star is still in the ascendancy, having been a regular in Ben...
Seymour Mace: Shit Title
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Seymour Mace: Shit Title

July 28th, 2016 | by lidia
The Stand Comedy Club 2 4–28 August (not 15), 2.30pm A circuit stalwart, whose appreciation by fellow comics hasn’t always been matched by critics, Mace nevertheless secured an Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination last year...