Day 6,570. The culmination of an experiment to recreate the Garden of Eden. Four teenagers locked away, never glimpsing another human face. Today they will be released. Director Emily Kempson reimagines Marivaux’s dizzyingly dark, erotic tale.
HiBrow and comedy curators Jilly Burnet and Van Keeling AKA JV Productions team up to storm the civilised environs of Summerhall with some of the festival’s finest comedians. ‘JV have an eye for comedy’ (Ian Hislop).
Please see full web entry for a list of contributing comedians!
Daniel tried to end his life many times. He failed in funny ways. Join us in Uganda as we re-live his journey. A comic true story featuring live music from Bafta nominated Ganda Boys.
Two surprise guests each week chat on stage about life, art, the festival and everything else. Hibrow showcase the arts online: world-class names from theatre, music, dance, film and literature. Top name-dropping.
A unique Fringe event: the world premiere screening of Steven Berkoff's recent live recording reading a personal selection of his own poetry about growing up in New York and his many experiences of working in America. Funny, moving and not a little indiscreet - a must for all fans of this theatre and film icon.
The world premiere of a 20 min short film of Steven introducing his personal art collection, and discussing what art means to him and his work; followed by a live in-conversation event between Berkoff friend and collaborator Peter Howson, one of Scotland’s most eminent painters and the official UK war artist during the Bosnian conflicts, and legendary Edinburgh impresario and artist Ricky Demarco. A unique Festival experience which promises to be an unforgettable event.
Rising star Marieke Audsley directs a dazzling, whip-smart slice of Victoriana, the story of struggling illusionist Edwin Sleight who finds fame and fortune after joining forces with the quick- witted and light-fingered Iphigenia Hand.