|17th July 2021|
Festival Theatre Edinburgh
13/29 Nicolson Street , Edinburgh South EH8 9FT
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Silent Cinema proudly returns to the Edinburgh International Film Festival with a fabulous night of Laurel & Hardy!
Maestro Will Pickvance accompanies live on piano four of his favourite short films from those masters of comedy Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
Duck Soup is the first ever film where Stan & Ollie used their now familiar characters. In Putting Pants on Philip, Ollie does just that, as Stan plays an amorous Scotsman in a kilt! Flying Elephants takes the team back to the Stone Age, and in Should Married Men Go Home? the answer is a resounding Yes.
A night of good old-fashioned entertainment.
Please note: This is a screening, not a live performance. The actors do not appear in person on stage.
This summer Capital Theatres are delighted to be returning with Wee Creatives, live and in person, delivered in the newly transformed courtyard space at the Festival Theatre!
Family takeovers are back with two hour sessions delivered outdoors by professional artist, providing an opportunity for families to make, create and play together.
Pop-up Opera is back on the road for Summer 2021 with a bumper tour featuring Gilbert & Sullivans' best-loved hits! Don't miss it at Edinburgh's Festival Theatre between 29th July & 1st August!
This major new production of Cole Porter and P. G. Wodehouse’s classic golden age musical comes to Edinburgh, direct from London’s Barbican Theatre and is set to be the musical of 2021.
Jools Holland and his much loved Rhythm & Blues Orchestra will return to the Festival Theatre on Friday 15th July 2022.
Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival is delighted to welcome back Curtis Stigers with his own top class US band. His shows have been outstanding highlights of the Festival’s last decade.
You Loved Them For A Reason... now, for the first time, you can see this sensational new musical at the Festival Theatre Edinburgh and relive one of the world's biggest ever boybands, The Osmonds!
Fore! The Fore Play Crazy Golf team have launched another cracking venue to eat, drink, play and up your selfie game in the heart of the Capital!
Starring Tom Hanks, this incredibly moving reimagining of Tom Junod’s journalistic piece on beloved children’s TV presenter Fred ‘Mr.’ Rogers, was one of the standout films of 2019.
Enjoy the Summer Solstice at the Botanics on Monday 21st June with an evening recital of Scottish Music in the John Muir Grove!
Grassmarket Community Project Picture House close their Bad Trip season with this underrated 90s gem about three drag queens on a roadtrip to LA.