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KlangHaus: the company making worlds we do not imagine

Its one of the first few days of Fringe. I’ve just run a few blocks to get to Summerhall because another show ran late. I’m out of breath, slightly sweating,…

Fringe 2023: Sound and Vision

Sound and vision is another event at The Fringe this year, aiming to bring the arts to everyone. A David Bowie-inspired painting class that will provide you with top-notch materials…

Fringe 2023: The Death and Life of All of Us

“Have you ever met an Italian Jew?… Have you ever felt lost, lonely, or unsupported?… Have you ever felt like somebody’s secret?” Upon entering the Demonstration Room at Summerhall, you…

Fringe 2023: Japanese Boro-Inspired Slow-Stitching Workshop

This year the festival is expanding its ‘experience economy’ into skill-learning events and workshops. This Boro stitching workshop, organised by Sue at Sunshine Designs, creates an intimate environment of meditative…

Wild and Majestic: Romantic Visions of Scotland

Wild and Majestic: Romantic Visions of Scotland has a huge scope, looking at a period in history from the Jacobite uprising to the Victorian era. There are various themes and…

‘A chaotic revelry of silliness’: Good Morning Croissant review

The only text on his posters is the name of the show. The show description on edfringe.com only says, “Please help. I am trapped in a cardboard supermarket.” When you…

Julie Cope’s Grand Tour: The Story of a Life by Grayson Perry review

This is Grayson Perry’s first major solo exhibition in Scotland. The Julie Cope of the title is a fictional ‘every woman’ from Essex, and the exhibition explores the story of…

Albrecht Dürer: Renaissance Dude

Albrecht Dürer deserves as much recognition as his Italian counterparts Michelangelo and Raphael. Or so argues Kitty Walsh, art historian and creator of the show Albrecht Dürer: Renaissance Dude. Walsh…