A playful and mesmeric exploration of music, voice and cultural identity. Part cabaret, this show examines the lineage of one woman, with live music creating trance-like atmospheres. 'Fox's humour and passion, and Rocha's virtuosity, are unmistakable' (The Guardian).
Europe's northern islands have a timeless, enchanting atmosphere shrouded in mystery, expressed in beautiful poetry and stories. How is this tradition continuing today? Please join us for this very special Trafika Europe launch event with visiting writers from several countries, co-hosted by Edinburgh's own Poet Laureate Ron Butlin!
Internationally acclaimed, multi award-winning Song of the Goat present a passionate theatrical performance inspired by ancient Gaelic and Scottish musical traditions: laments, psalms, songs of exile.
A free talk for ticket-holders for Return to the Voice. Song of the Goat’s director Grzegorz Bral and composer Maciej Rychły will be joined for a panel discussion by key collaborators based in Scotland.
A powerful new adaptation, translated into richly atmospheric Gaelic. A two-person format throws fierce emphasis onto the blighted and deteriorating relationship between Macbheatha and his wife. Superb, passionate and driven performances, sexually charged and blazing with ambition. (The Scotsman). Part of Made in Scotland showcase.
The Mairi Campbell Ceilidh Band treat you to a special festival Midnight Ceilidh. Bring your friends for a night of fabulous fiddling with award-winning musician Mairi Campbell joined by Dave Francis on guitar and John Young on bass