Fourth edition of festival includes seances, stunt magic and a horror drag competition.
Hispanocinephiles rejoice! ESFF is back for its sixth year running this October
Ex-Genesis man to perform band’s seminal 1973 album live at Usher Hall
Racist skinheads, surreal space stories and a jaded Judy Garland are among October’s highlights
What’s Love Got To Do With It? tours to throughout autumn and into spring
Keeping bees in Macedonia, stealing art from MOMA and telling white lies to cancer patients feature in September’s cinematic programme.
1960s Hollywood, drug lord trophy wives and reflective Spanish directors feature in the August programme
Joe Gardner recommends the top Australian comics to see at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
Haunted dresses, mafioso footballers and zombified suburbia await in July’s cinematic programme.
In the first of our spotlight on Scottish acts at the 2019 Fringe we focus on a home venue, The Monkey Barrel.
Our reviewers offer their picks from the EIFF programme.
A diverse programme of events hoping to attract diverse audiences to Charlotte Square Gardens this summer.
We spoke to Director Claire Wood about the Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Company’s upcoming production of The Lark, Jean Anouilh’s inspiring play about Joan of Arc.
Free-spirited 50-somethings, extra-terrestrial sexuality experiments and Libyan female footballers star in June’s cinematic programme.
Now in its eighth year, Summerhall once again promises a verisimilitude of visual arts, music, and theatre projects for the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe.
Tearaway 90s teens, Colombian drug cartels and Icelandic warrior activists feature in May’s programme.
Festival of creative ageing settles in to new slot in May
Four-day horror extravaganza rears its head at the Filmhouse once more.
Multi-arts festival returns to Platform in Easterhouse for another year
Chinese allegories, Italian origin stories and cerebral spookiness await in April’s programme.