Hot on the heels of a sell out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe we’re currently looking for expressions of interest from venues and festivals in the UK and Europe for one off dates from October 2021 or as part of a winter/spring tour starting in 2022.
2019 EdFringe highlights
Another Edinburgh Fringe has come to an end, and in many ways this was our best season yet! We've pulled…
Our EdFringe19 wish list
Well kids, we've crossed the halfway line of this glorious festival and we're finally getting to the point where we are able to start planning which shows to see, aside from the ones we're working on.
1.5 Degrees Live! needs you
1.5 Degrees Live!, the cover to cover reading of the IPCC Report at the Edinburgh Fringe, has announced its first batch of readers and are calling for more people to get involved!
Josephine: now on sale!
Before Ella, Tina, Billie or Beyoncé, there was Josephine: the first African-American international superstar!
We're beyond excited to be supporting the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe run of this biographical musical that combines cabaret, theatre and dance to tell the story of the iconic trailblazer Josephine Baker, on sale now.
EdFringe shows now on sale
We're super-excited to see some of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe shows we're working on this year going on sale today! Check them out here.
The art of content marketing – and why you should try it…
Content marketing, or ‘inbound marketing’, is a strategic approach where the focus is on creating interesting, useful and / or fun content that your 'fans' will enjoy, engage with, and hopefully share (linking back to your site).
USA! Are you ready for this jelly?
It's official. Tonight, Hans makes his American TV debut on America's Got Talent and we're sure he's about to become a household name.
EdFringe round-up – some of our favourites…
The only really frustrating thing about the Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the fact that you never, ever manage to see every show you fancy, or spend enough time with all your crazy, cool international pals.
Every year, as August draws to an end, we're forced to resign ourselves to the fact that - despite our best, most relentless efforts - there's a whole catalogue of brilliant work we didn't manage to fit in.
But rather than crying over spilled milk, we thought we'd give some of the most awesome shows that we did get a chance to see this year a shout-out.
The Darwinian Crapshoot
It's tough starting out as an emerging maker, and programmed or curated festivals often require you to have a proven track record.
So open access is essential.
However, there is a downside.