Having toured the world with its sizzling blend of tango, samba, rumba, cha-chat and jive, Burn the Floor make its Fringe debut with dancers from TV and the competitive circuit. Times vary: start at 1:00pm-2:00pm and 3:00pm-4:00pm.
Welsh hip hop company Avant Cymru present this family-friendly show inspired by growing up in the South Wales Valleys during the 70s and 80s, accompanied by original hip hop music and beatboxing from Wales.
Wasabeats, a crew of world-class breakdancers from Japan demonstrate how they won their records – including dancer Aichi Ono, the Guinness World Record holder for fastest head-spins.
The ever-popular Gandini company returns to the Fringe with this mix of wild juggling and rock ‘n’ roll, featuring music by Bob Dylan, David Bowie and the Velvet Underground.
It’s dance, but not as you know it. Belgium’s Kiss & Cry Collective present a coming together of choreography and film, with dancers using just their fingers, tiny sets and projections to tell their story.
Emerald, a Canadian dancemaker now based in Scotland, makes a very welcome return to the Fringe with her mix of strong dancing and dynamic choreography.
The company behind 2016’s smash Fringe hit ‘I Am Rhythm’ returns with another dynamic, feel-good hour of live music, dance and stories from South Africa.
Classical ballet is often in short supply at the Fringe, so London’s Hack Ballet is coming to plug the gap, with three poignant works by British/Australian choreographer, Briar Adams.
Japanese company Tokyo Tap Do! returns to the Fringe after its last sell-out show, bringing its inimitable mix of great tap dancing and absurd comic staging.
Ballet Ireland present this classic tale of love, betrayal and revenge, choreographed by former Royal Ballet dancer Ludovic Ondiviela.
A huge hit at last year’s Fringe, the Indigenous Australian company returns with its infections blend of high energy dance and music, peppered with fun tales of their adventures to date.